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attendv: to be present at an event, to go to a place
associationn: a people or groups of people who have joined in a single organization together for a particular purpose; a social or business connection or relationship
conferv: to have a meeting or discussion to come to a decision or agreement or exchange ideas; to bestow something
inequityn: a lack of fairness or justice; an unfair or unequal situation or practice
romanticadj: of or relating to love or a sexual relationship
equityn: the value of the shares issued by a company
salaryn: a fixed amount of money that employees, especially those who work in an office, receive for doing their job, usually paid every month
templen: a place of worship, especially one that is associated with a particular religion or faith; the flat area on either side of the forehead
rubv: to move one’s hand or an object over the surface of something with pressure
gnashv: to grind or strike one’s teeth together in anger, frustration, or pain
associatev: to mentally connect someone or something with someone or something else
discussv: to talk about or examine in detail through conversation or debate; to exchange ideas, opinions, or information on a particular topic
presidentn: the leader of a republic, for example, the US; the person in charge of the organization such as a company, university, club, etc.
provostn: a high-ranking university official who is responsible for overseeing academic affairs, including faculty appointments, curriculum development, and student affairs
awardn: a prize or other mark of recognition given in honor of an achievement
facultyn: an inborn or natural ability to hear, see, think, move, etc.; a department or group of the university concerned with a major division of knowledge
consultantn: a person who provides professional or expert advice
harshadj: severe and unkind; extremely tough and unpleasant to inhabit
emergev: to move out of or away from something and become visible
geniusn: someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality
phenotypen: the observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an individual organism that result from the interaction between its genetic makeup and the environment in which it lives
ethnicityn: the cultural characteristics of a particular group, such as language, religion, and traditions, that distinguish them from other groups
educatorn: a person who teaches or educates people
recognitionn: the action or process of recognizing or being recognized, especially by remembering; an agreement that something is true or legal
sustainedadj: lasting for a long time or continuing for a long time without becoming weaker or less intense
commitmentn: a promise or firm decision to do something or to behave in a certain way
marginn: the space around the edge of a page or document; (finance) the net sales minus the cost of goods and services sold
contextn: the circumstances, facts, or conditions that surround a particular event, situation, or statement and that give it meaning
recruitv: to persuade someone to work for a company; to find new members for an organization, the armed forces, etc.
retainv: to keep or continue to possess or maintain something
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
qualifiedadj: officially recognized as having completed a training course or passed the exams that are necessary to perform a particular job
institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
roughlyadv: approximately but not precisely; with a violent manner
staticadj: not moving or not capable of moving, not changing or not capable of changing
concentrationn: the ability to focus all your time and energy on one thing without thinking about anything else.
representationn: the act of speaking, acting, or being present on behalf of someone officially; a statement of facts and reasons made in appealing or protesting
achievev: to successfully complete a task or goal, often through hard work, perseverance, and dedication; to attain or accomplish something that one has set out to do
departv: to go away or leave, especially to start a journey
decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
equitableadj: fair and impartial; treating everyone fairly
disseminatev: to spread or distribute widely, especially information or ideas; to scatter or disperse
academicadj: associated with schools, colleges, and universities, especially studying and thinking, not with practical skills
tenuren: the holding or possessing of a specific position, job, or property; the right to hold a position or property for a period of time
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
incrediblyadv: in a way that is very difficult to believe; exceedingly or extremely
revn: a measure of the rate at which an engine or motor rotates, often expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM); (verb) to increase the number of rotations per minute
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
trivialadj: of little value or importance
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
adverseadj: unfavorable or harmful
liberaladj: willing to respect or allow many different types of beliefs or behavior; open-minded
distressn: a feeling of great worry, sadness, pain, or discomfort
closuren: the situation that a company, organization, etc. has ceased operations permanently
hirev: to give somebody a job
presencen: the fact or state that someone or something exists, occurs, or is present
diversityn: the quality or fact of many different types of things or people being included in something; a range of different things or people
inclusiveadj: including much or everything, and especially including stated limits; not excluding any of the people, things, ideas, etc. involved in something
frameworkn: the structural components of a building or object that support its weight and give it form; the underlying structure of a system, concept, or text
physicallyadv: in a way related to a person’s body or appearance rather than their mind
peern: a person who has the same age, status, or ability
refusev: to show that one is not willing to do or accept something
silentadj: without any or little sound
institutionaladj: of, in, or relating to a large important organization, such as a university or bank; organized as or forming part of the standard systems, practices, etc.
begv: to ask for something urgently or earnestly; to appeal to someone to do something
crazyadj: stupid or not sensible; very angry
committedadj: willing to put in a lot of effort, time, and energy into something; firmly believing in something
increasinglyadv: more and more
frustratev: to hinder or prevent efforts, plans, or desires from doing, succeeding, or being fulfilled; to make someone feel upset or annoyed because they are unable to change or achieve something
disillusionv: to disappoint someone or something because you found that something you believed in or hoped for was not as it seemed
regardv: to think about or consider somebody or something in a specified way
seguev: to make a smooth and uninterrupted transition from one topic or activity to another
acknowledgedadj: recognized or admitted as being true or valid
quartern: one of four equal parts; a fourth part or portion
semestern: one of the periods that the school or university divided into, especially in the US and Australia; a half-year term
grabv: to take hold of something or someone suddenly with a hand, especially in a violent way
replican: an exact copy of something such as a work of art
assistv: to help someone in doing anything
weepv: to cry tears because of sadness, rage, or pain
wailv: to make a prolonged, high-pitched cry expressing grief, pain, or anger
confusev: to mistake one thing for another; to make somebody hard to understand
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
consolev: to provide emotional support or encouragement to someone
puzzledadj: confused or uncertain because you do not understand something
delvev: to dig or excavate deeply; to investigate or research intensively; to rummage or explore in a thorough or careful manner
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
scoldv: to reprimand or criticize someone severely or angrily
diverseadj: including numerous categories of individuals or entities; various
rankn: a position in a hierarchy of status or authority; (verb) to take or have a position relative to others
turmoiln: a state of great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty, often marked by intense activity or strong emotions
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
racialadj: of or related to the race (= classification of humans into groups based on physical traits or social relations)
atmospheren: the mass of air that surrounds the Earth; the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work
navigatev: to plan and direct the way that a ship, plane, etc. will travel, often by using a map
slurv: to speak about someone or something in a way that is insulting, derogatory, or libelous; to damage or smear a person’s reputation by making false or defamatory statements
concernedadj: feeling worry or interest about something; showing interest or attention
modernadj: of or belonging to the present time or recent times
reckonv: to think or believe something
desiren: a strong feeling of wanting to have or do something
levern: a handle used to operate a vehicle or a machine; a rigid bar resting on a pivot so that one end of it can be pushed or pulled easily
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
outletn: a means of release or expression, often for emotions or energy; a place of business that sells goods directly to customers; a device or opening through which something can flow out
awarenessn: the fact or state of knowing something exists and is important
administerv: to oversee and control the operation or arrangement of something
adherev: to stick firmly; to be compatible
instillv: to impart, introduce, or cause to be absorbed gradually
stemn: the central part of something from which other parts can develop or grow; the part of a word common to all its inflected variants; (verb) to grow out of, have roots in, or originate in
eliminatev: to remove or get rid of someone or something
burdenn: a duty, responsibility, etc. that is oppressive or worrisome; a load, typically a heavy one that is difficult to carry
mentorn: a person who helps and advises a younger or less experienced person over time, usually at work or school
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
committeen: a group of people appointed or elected to perform a specific function or manage a particular task, often within a larger organization
craftn: an activity that requires a particular skill in making things with one’s hands
accomplishedadj: having completed a task or achieved a goal successfully; skilled or proficient at something
collegiateadj: relating to or characteristic of a college or university; appropriate for or intended for college students or a college-educated audience
disparityn: a significant difference or inequality between two or more things
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
healingn: the process of becoming or making somebody or something well again
justicen: the quality of being fair and reasonable and treating people equally according to their due
protestn: a strong expression of disagreement, disapproval, or opposition
ambitiousadj: having a great desire to attain achievement, power, or wealth
candidadj: honest, straightforward, and frank in someone’s words or actions
corporateadj: of or relating to a large company
grapplev: to make a strenuous effort to solve a problem; to engage in a close fight or conflict without weapons
tremendousadj: very great in degree or extent or amount or impact; extremely good
marathonn: a long-distance race of 42.195 kilometers
sprintv: to run at full speed over a short distance or period of time
thresholdn: the floor or ground that forms the bottom of a doorway and offers support when passing through a doorway; the smallest detectable sensation
deficitn: the total amount by which money spent is greater than money earned in a particular period of time; the property of being an amount by which something, especially an amount of money, is less than expected or required
embracev: to accept something willingly and enthusiastically; (noun) the act of clasping another person in the arms as in greeting or affection
spiritn: the part of a person which is the seat of their mind, feelings, and character rather than their physical body; the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people
positv: to suggest or accept something as fact or as a basis for argument or consideration

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