Literature / Word Study Trimester 2

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a characteristic, element or factor ; a quality that gives form to the thing it characterizes
living things
a change of form, structure, substance, or function
the removal of living bits of tissue for diagnoisis
a large, formal assembly
to talk, call, speak, say
a supporter of a cause
governed by one's conscience to do the right thing
shape, form figure, appereance
something that cannot be destroyed
capable of being readily decomposed be the action of microbes
an example or model ; a set notion or belief
the mental process of knowing, of awareness, perception, reasoning, and judgement
beside, beyond, helping accessory
a statement that seems contradictory but may, in fact, be true
a trade or career ; the career one feels 'called' to do
to block up or stop up
pertaining to or possesing knowledge
to build
serving to distinguish or characterize, particularly when identifying disease
geographical and political factors that influence a nation
leading to improvement ; positive
when the earth and its inhabitants are the center of a belief or idea
know, learn
a microorganism that causes disease
the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment
feeling, suffering
the study of form or structure
noisy, loud, boisterous
understanding and sharing another's experience
the quality/element that stirs up pity or sorrow in a person
the science that deals with the history, origin, and characteristics of plants and animals (living things)
feeling sorrow for someone else
a sense of right and wrong with the urge to do the right
an activity taken up in one's spare time
to inform or convey knowledge or information
heat from the center of the earth
a model of perfection or virtue (goodness)
describes the living together of two kinds of organisms to their mutual advantage
describes the attribution (giving) human characteristics to gods or animals

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