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n) secretary; one who takes dictation or copies something already written
AMANUENSIS

(manu)
A dictaphone has replaced the ___ in some offices.
n) ending of a legal debate by voting immediately
CLOTURE

(claus/clave/close/clud/clus)
Discussion of the bill ended with a vote for ___.
n) a requirement, provision, or stipulation; a state of being
CONDITION

(dict)
Only one ___ was placed on the conquered army.
n) a statment in words that give a picture or account of something
DESCIPTION

scribe/script)
The police usually ask for a(n) ___ of the suspect.
n) an unfolding; process of change
EVOLUTION

(volu/volv)
Metamorphosis is a good example of ___.
v) to speed up the progress; to do quickly
EXPEDITE

(ped/pus)
Using a lubricant will often ___ a process.
n) an exact reproduction or copy
FACSIMILE

(fac)
An identical twin is thought of as a(n) ___.
n) one who has completed a course of study;

v) to give a degree or diploma at completion
GRADUATE

(grad/gress)
Many firms will only hire a(n) ___ with a degree.
n) place where two roads, lines, etc. meet or cross
INTERSECTION

(sec/sect)
Five highways met at the major ___ in Beltsville.
adj) of law courts; unbiased; carefully considering
JUDICIAL

(jud/juris/jus + dict)
At times a(n) ___ opinion or ruling is necessary to resolve a problem.
adj) noble in mind; generous in overlooking insult
MAGNANIMOUS

(anima)
The prince was ___ as he pardoned the rebel dukes.
adj) stinking; having a bad odor
MALODOROUS

(mal)
The rotting salmon along the river were ___.
n) a period of 1000 years; any period of peace, happiness, and prosperity
MILLENNIUM

(ann/enn)
There are differences of opinion among believers as to when the ___ begins.
v) to take part in; partake; share
PARTICIPATE

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
It is wrong to ___ in actions which harm innocent people.
n) manner or method of doing something; the established course of action
PROCEDURE

(cede/ceed/cess)
The initiation of officers follows a standard ___.
n) one who takes calls, receives visitors, makes appointments, gives information
RECEPTIONIST

(cap/ceive/cept/cip)
A nice smile, neatness, and organizational talents are qualities found in a good ___.
n) matter that settles to the bottom of liquid
SEDIMENT

(sed/sess/sid)
There was a layer of ___ at the bottom of his coffee pot.
adj) situated above or over another item
SUPERJACENT

(jac/ject)
A hat is usually placed ___ to the head.
n) a dwelling house; building, offices, apartments held by another
TENEMENT

(tain/ten/tin)
Many poor people in ghetto areas live in a(n) ___.
n) bridge made of a series of arches to carry a road or track over a span
VIADUCT

(duc)
The ___ at Pont du Garde is three rows of arches.