Advancing Vocabulary Skills by Sherrie L. Nist

By Sherrie L. Nist

Introduces three hundred crucial phrases and notice elements which are wanted for normal examining comprehension in highschool and faculty.

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Formula: C14H10. anthracite noun INDUST a type of shiny hard black coal which burns well and does not produce much smoke anthracosis noun MED a disease of the lungs, caused by inhaling coal dust anthrax noun a highly infectious, often fatal, bacterial disease of mammals, espe- anthropic principle cially cattle and sheep, that is transmissible to humans and causes skin ulcers (cutaneous anthrax) or a form of pneumonia when inhaled (pulmonary anthrax) anthropic principle noun ASTRON the idea that the universe is in its present form to allow life capable of observing it to evolve (NOTE: The principle is the opposite of the commonsense view that life arises as a result of the structure of the universe.

ECOL same as exotic ć A fifth of the area of the national park is under alien conifers. ć Alien species, introduced by settlers as domestic animals, have brought about the extinction of some endemic species. í noun ECOL same as exotic alight adjective burning ć The forest fire was still alight after two days. align verb 1. to position something along an axis or line 2. to add spaces between words in a line to make sure that the line of text fills the whole line and that the column aligner or page has straight sides 3.

Formula: NH4Cl. ammonium fixation noun CHEM the absorption of ammonium ions by the soil ammonium ion noun CHEM a positively charged ion formed from a reaction of ammonia with a hydrogen ion. Formula: NH4 +. ) ammonium sulfate, ammonium sulphate noun CHEM a colourless crystalline solid that is soluble in water, used as a fertiliser. Formula: (NH4)2SO4. g. ) amoeba noun MICROBIOL a single-celled organism found in water, wet soil, or as a parasite of other organisms. Genus: Amoeba. (NOTE: An amoeba consists of a shapeless protoplasmic mass enclosed by a flexible membrane and forms temporary projections (pseudopodia) in order to move.

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