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emergencen: the process or fact of coming into existence or becoming apparent
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
lineagen: the ancestry of a person, group, or species
symbolismn: the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities, especially in art and literature; an artistic movement in the late 19th century that tried to express abstract or mystical ideas through the symbolic use of images
obtainv: to get something, especially by making a great effort
disputen: a disagreement, argument, or controversy between two people, groups, or countries, especially a formal one
agriculturen: the practice or science of cultivating the land or raising stock
impressiveadj: arousing admiration due to size, quality, or skill
proposev: to make a proposal, declare a plan for something
formaladj: following established, public, or official forms and conventions, often in a serious or somber manner
ostracizev: to exclude someone from a group or society by general consent; to avoid speaking to or dealing with intentionally
improvev: to make or become better
conciliatoryadj: showing intention or effort to end a disagreement, or trying to make someone calm
trial-and-errorn: the process of trying different methods or options until the right one is found
reconcilev: to find a way of dealing with two or more ideas, needs, etc. that are opposed to each other to agree and coexist
massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
generationn: all the people born and living at about the same time, regarded collectively; the production of heat or electricity
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
computev: to make a mathematical calculation
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
instinctn: an inborn behavioral pattern that is often responsive to specific stimuli; an innate feeling that causes you to act or believe that something is true
peacefuladj: not involving violence, conflict, or war
entirelyadv: completely
ancestorn: a person from whom one is descended; a forefather
cooperationn: the act or situation of working together with someone towards a shared purpose, benefit, etc.
traitn: a particular feature of your nature
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
assumev: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance
intelligentadj: having the capacity for thought and reason, especially to a high degree
intelligencen: the ability to learn, comprehend, or make judgments or conclusions based on reasons
specificallyadv: only associated with or meant for one thing
excessn: an amount or quantity beyond what is acceptable, expected, or reasonable
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
extendv: to broaden in scope, range, or area
continuallyadv: in a way that happens without interruption or repeatedly
componentn: one of several parts that combines with others to form something bigger
resolvev: to find a suitable answer to the problems or difficulty
paragraphn: a distinct section of a piece of writing intended to separate ideas, usually consisting of at least one sentence and beginning on a new line
conveyv: to express ideas, feelings, etc. so that it is known or understood by other people; to carry something from one place to another
rearadj: at, toward, or near the back part of something; (verb) to look after a child until it is an adult
stickv: to put something, usually a sharp object, into something; to restrict yourself to doing or using one certain thing and not change; (noun) a thin piece of wood or other material
apen: a large animal with long arms, no tail, and usually a lot of body hair, including gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, and gibbons
engagev: to attract and keep someone’s attention and interest; to participate in or obtain services of something
observationn: the act or activity of carefully examining or monitoring something or someone
demonstratev: to display something or give an exhibition to an interested audience
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
deficientadj: lacking something needed or normal
importancen: the quality of being important and worthy of note
cognitiveadj: of or relating to mental processes of understanding
inheritv: to receive money, property, or a title from someone after they have died
stumpv: to cause to be perplexed or confused; (noun) the base part of a tree that remains standing after the tree has been felled
conundrumn: a confusing and difficult problem or question
built-inadj: included as an integral part of something
enginen: a machine that converts thermal energy to mechanical work; something that has an important role used to achieve a purpose
implicationn: something that is inferred or indirectly stated; the act or fact of being involved in something
attributev: to say or regard that something is the result of a particular thing; (noun) a quality or feature that someone or something possesses;
anatomicaladj: of or relating to the structure of the body and its parts
nichen: a specialized role or position that a species occupies within an ecosystem; a job or position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it
rhesusn: a type of macaque monkey (any of the various short-tailed monkeys found in Asia and Africa) often used in scientific research
macaquen: any of the various short-tailed monkeys found in Asia and Africa, typically living in large groups and known for their intelligence and adaptability
geneticallyadv: in a way that relates to or is produced by genes (= the units in the cells of a living thing received by an animal or plant from its parents) or heredity
reconciliationn: the restoration of cordial or friendly relations; getting two things to correspond
surprisinglyadv: in a way that causes amazement or wonder
purityn: the state of being undiluted or unmixed with anything else; the state of being free from immorality, especially of a sexual nature
inevitableadj: certain to happen and unavoidable
adaptv: to make fit for or change to suit a new purpose or environment
regardv: to think about or consider somebody or something in a specified way
randomadj: made, done, or happening without method, conscious decision, or any regular pattern
uncertainadj: not being sure of something; not being able to choose
preferencen: a stronger liking or interest for something or someone than another thing or person
damn: a wall constructed over a river to block the flow of water, mainly used to generate energy
survivaln: the state of continuing to exist or live, frequently in the face of difficulty or danger
acquisitionn: the act of getting something, usually through purchase, negotiation, or effort
proneadj: inclined or likely to do something or to show a particular characteristic, especially something bad; lying face downward
preyn: the object of a hunt; an animal hunted or trapped for eating
offspringn: descendant; any immature animal or plant
incorrectadj: not in accordance with fact or truth or not accurate
transmitv: to send or forward an electronic signal; to pass something from one person or thing to another
fosterv: to promoto growth; to take care of another person’s child, usually for a limited time, without becoming their legal parents
normallyadv: usually; under normal conditions
tiden: the cyclical rise and fall of sea level caused by the moon’s gravitational pull
mammaln: any animal of which the female gives birth to live young, not eggs, and feeds her young on milk from her own body
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
evolutionn: a gradual process of transformation of living things
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
graphn: a picture consisting of a line, lines, points, etc., that shows how two or more sets of certain quantities are related to each other
indistinctadj: not clear or easily seen, heard, or understood
beavern: a large, semiaquatic rodent with a wide, flat tail and webbed feet, noted for its ability to build dams and lodges
geneticadj: of or relating to genes (= parts of the DNA in cells) or the science of genes
reinforcev: to strengthen or support something, especially by adding another material to it; to make emotion, idea, etc. stronger
mutationn: the way in which genes of a person, plant, animal, or other organism change and produce permanent differences
largelyadv: virtually entirely; to a large degree
nestn: a structure in which animals lay their eggs or give birth to their young
steadyadj: firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
chroniclen: a historical account of events arranged in order of time, typically without analysis or interpretation
geneticsn: the branch of biology that studies genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms
creativeadj: relating to or involving the use of skill and original and unusual ideas to create something
evolutionaryadj: relating to or denoting how living things develop or change from earlier forms
individuallyadv: separately or apart from others
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
accordn: an official agreement or treaty between two organizations, countries, etc.; (verb) allow to have
royaladj: relating to or belonging to the king or queen or a member of their family
adoptv: to choose to follow something; to legally take a child from another family and care for them as if they were one’s own
symboln: something visible that is used to represent something else
beneficialadj: helpful, useful, or sound; promoting or enhancing well-being
retainv: to keep or continue to possess or maintain something
fadev: to vanish; to fade away; to lose color; to lose freshness
contrastv: to put in opposition to show or emphasize differences
relativeadj: considered and evaluated through comparison with something else
captivityn: the situation in which a person or animal is kept in prison or a space that they cannot escape from
chimpanzeen: a small, very intelligent ape found in west and central Africa with black or brown fur
innovationn: the creation of a new device or process resulting from study and experimentation
explosionn: a violent release induced by a chemical or nuclear reaction
eventualadj: expected to happen at a later time; likely to occur in the future
dishonestadj: capable of being corrupted, not honest
proficientadj: having a high level of skill or knowledge in a particular area
accumulationn: an amount of something obtained via natural growth or addition

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