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21. Acquiesce (berus) :: Are they silently acquiescing to the policies of a government that is as mean as Scrooge
22. Acrid (skerp) :: As we gained it the wind shifted and a cloud of smoke black and acrid stung my eyes and made me cough
23. Acrophobia (hoogtevrees) :: Mark is acrophobic and allergic to nuts as well as mushrooms
24. Acuity (skerpte) :: In any case sensitivity and acuity on the part of her editors should have meant the deletion of the worst of the inaccurate and offensive references or the rejection of the piece as a whole
25. Adamant (vasbeslote) :: The group is adamant that these protests will continue until the club is closed
26. Admonitory (vermanende) :: The regular use of this second comma is one of the early admonitions of our old friends Strunk and White who tell us that the second comma is often referred to as the serial comma
27. Adroit (handig) :: He was a selftaught musician and the beauty of his compositions lies in the adroit mix of folk Indian classical and western classical music
29. Adumbrate (beschaduwen) :: Because of the Fourth Symphony writers tend to view the Prlude and Fugue as an adumbration rather than as something aesthetically complete in its own right
30. Adversity (teenspoed) :: They showed that they can stare adversity in the face and still come out on top
31. Advocate (advokaat) :: And hes an enthusiastic advocate of online technology
32. Aesthetic (estetiese) :: What she saw and what others in the art and quilt communities began to see was a singular aesthetic
33. Affable (gemoedelike) :: As a player he was known as much for his toughness and will as he was for his affable personality
34. Agog (nuuskierig) :: I stared at them agog in the company of two close female friends but none of us went any further than remarking how gymnastically impressive they were
35. Aisle (paadjie) :: Ive seen with my own eyes people take up four seats the entire aisle and the toilet cubile by strategic placement of a few cases
37. Alchemy (alchemie) :: Newton devoted long years of research to the ancient mysteries of alchemy and how base metals could be turned into gold
39. Allay (besweer) :: Encased in iron or under glass such relics were especially esteemed for their power to reverse the course of the bodys eventual decay by effecting cures or allaying physical pain
40. Alleviate (verlig) :: The restrictions will stay in force until the problem is alleviated by a period of sustained rainfall
 

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