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lineupn: the schedule of programs for a particular event; a list of people brought together to form a team or take part in an event
witnessn: a person who sees something happen, especially a crime or an accident
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
glimpsen: a brief or partial view; the act of seeing something or someone for a very short time or only partly
fleev: to leave by running away, especially out of fear or danger
culpritn: someone who is responsible for a crime or wrongdoing
solidadj: hard or firm; characterized by good substantial quality
relyv: to require a specific thing or the assistance and support of someone or something to continue, run properly, or succeed.
consensusn: general agreement or accord in the judgment or opinion reached by a group as a whole
entertainmentn: public shows, films, television, or other performances or activities of enjoying people
reliableadj: worthy of being relied on; trustworthy
paradoxn: a statement, situation, or person that has two opposite facts or features and therefore seems impossible, is difficult to understand, or is strange;
unanimityn: a complete agreement in opinion or resolution among a specific group of people
apparentadj: able to see or understand easily or clearly
uncertainadj: not being sure of something; not being able to choose
unanimousadj: (of two or more people) in complete agreement; (of an opinion, decision, or vote) agreed or supported by everyone in a group
verdictn: an official opinion or decision made in a civil or criminal case or an inquest (= an inquiry into the cause of an unexpected death); the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision
variancen: the fact or quality that two or more things are different, divergent, or inconsistent; a difference between conflicting facts, claims, or opinions
varyv: to become different in terms of size, shape, etc.
distributev: to give something to a large number of individuals, or to spread or furnish something
tossv: to throw something carelessly with a light motion
suspectv: to consider anything to be actual or probable
flipv: to turn over into a different position quickly; to throw or toss with a light motion
identificationn: the act or process of recognizing, proving, or designating someone or something
randomadj: made, done, or happening without method, conscious decision, or any regular pattern
confidentadj: feeling sure about your abilities or qualities or having trust in people, plans, or the future
unreliableadj: not able to be trusted or depended on
overestimatev: to estimate something to be greater in amount or importance than it really is
accuracyn: the state or degree of being exact or correct; the ability to perform something with proficiency and without mistake
guiltn: the fact of having committed something illegal; the negative feelings caused by believing or knowing that you have done something wrong
systemicadj: affecting or related to the whole of something, especially the human body or a society
biasn: a strong feeling in favor of or against one group of people, an idea, or thing, often not based on fair judgment
judgmentn: the ability to form valuable opinions and make reasonable decisions
incriminatev: to make someone seem guilty of a crime or wrongdoing
elusiveadj: difficult to find, define, achieve, or remember
dubv: to give someone or something an unofficial name or nickname; to provide movies with a voice of a foreign language
phantomn: a ghost or a spirit of a dead person; something existing only in your imagination or perception
consistentadj: always behaving or happening in the same way, or having the same thoughts, standards, etc.
precisv: to make a summary of something, such as a text or speech; (noun) a short form of the main points of an argument or theory
cottonn: a plant that is grown in warm countries and bears bolls containing seeds with soft and long hairs that are made into textile fiber and thread for sewing
swabn: a small piece of soft material used by a doctor, nurse, etc., for cleaning a cut or taking a sample from somebody’s body for testing; (verb) apply, usually a liquid, to a surface
accidentallyadv: by chance or without planning
contaminatev: to make something impure, unclean, or poisonous by contact or mixture
systematicadj: done or acting according to a determined set of systems or plans:
deliberateadj: done with full consciousness of nature and effects rather than by accident
fraudn: the crime of gaining money or financial benefits by deceiving people; a person who makes deceitful pretenses
presidentn: the leader of a republic, for example, the US; the person in charge of the organization such as a company, university, club, etc.
referendumn: a general vote in which all the people of a country can vote on an important political or social issue
turnoutn: the number of people who are present at an event or vote at an election
votern: a person who votes or has a legal right to vote in a political election
supposedlyadv: according to what is generally assumed or believed without actually knowing for sure
paradoxicaladj: seemingly contradictory or absurd because of having two opposite features or facts, though it is probably true
theoreticaladj: relating to the concepts and principles upon which a particular topic is founded, rather than practice and experience
oddsn: the degree or probability that a particular thing will or will not happen
variabilityn: the fact or quality of something being likely to vary
unlikelyadj: not probable or likely to happen
strivev: to try very hard to do, achieve, or obtain something
harmonyn: the combination of simultaneous musical notes to produce a pleasing effect; an attractive combination of related things and their properties
disagreev: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.
naturallyadv: as might be expected; by natural manners

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