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exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
illegaladj: not allowed by law
wiretapv: to secretly listen to a people’s conservation or get their information by connecting a listening device to their phone line
chaptern: a separate section of a written work usually numbered and titled
catastrophicadj: extremely harmful; causing physical or financial destruction
intelligencen: the ability to learn, comprehend, or make judgments or conclusions based on reasons
blueprintn: a photographic print of an early plan for a building or machine
nuclearadj: of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom; deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy
bombn: a weapon that explodes and is used to kill or injure people or to cause damage to something
crazyadj: stupid or not sensible; very angry
incredibleadj: unbelievable; enormous
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
afterwardadv: after the time mentioned
investigationn: the act or process of thoroughly examining a crime, problem, statement, etc., to uncover the truth
prosecutorn: a lawyer or official who conducts legal proceedings against someone accused of a crime; a person who brings a criminal case to court on behalf of the state or government
allegev: to claim or assert that something is true without providing proof or evidence
prosecutev: to bring legal action against someone in a court of law; to pursue or carry out something to completion or achievement
whistleblowern: a person who reveals or reports illegal, unethical, or immoral activities, primarily in the workplace or government, that are not publicly known but harm the public interest or other people
spyn: a person who is employed or trained to observe or gather information in secret, often for military or political purposes; a person who secretly or illegally gathers information about a private individual or organization
journalistn: a person who collects and writes news stories or articles for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other online media
amendmentn: the act or the process of changing something, especially a document or proposed new law
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
braveadj: showing courage or fearlessness in the face of danger, difficulty, or adversity
refusev: to show that one is not willing to do or accept something
jailn: a facility where criminals are kept to be punished for their crimes; a prison
spectern: a ghostly or haunting image or apparition; a threatening or ominous presence that causes fear or anxiety
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
claimv: to assert that something is true; to demand or request something as one’s own; to lay legal or moral right to something; (noun) a demand or assertion of a right or something that one believes to be true
vitaladj: necessary for the success or continued existence of something
electronicsn: the branch of physics and technology that deals with the behavior and control of electrons and the use of electronic devices and systems
surveillancen: the act of carefully monitoring a person suspected of a crime or a place where a crime may be committed or expected
digitaladj: processing or storing information as a succession of 1 and 0 to show that a signal is present or missing; relating to the use of computer technology, especially the internet
trailn: a path or track roughly through a countryside, mountain, or forest area, often made or used for a particular purpose; (verb) to lag or linger behind
consentn: permission or agreement to do something, especially given by somebody in authority
creditorn: a person, company, etc. to whom a debtor owes money
fleev: to leave by running away, especially out of fear or danger
convictv: to prove or declare someone to be guilty of a crime; (noun) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
sterlingn: a British coin and unit of currency, equivalent to 100 pence; British money; something of excellent quality or genuine value
presidentn: the leader of a republic, for example, the US; the person in charge of the organization such as a company, university, club, etc.
justicen: the quality of being fair and reasonable and treating people equally according to their due
administerv: to oversee and control the operation or arrangement of something
combinev: to join or merge to form a single thing or group
virtuallyadv: almost completely
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
expandv: to increase or to make something greater in size, number, or importance
circumventv: to go around, avoid, or bypass something, often to achieve an intended goal or objective; to outmaneuver or outsmart a person or obstacle
witnessn: a person who sees something happen, especially a crime or an accident
softwaren: a set of computer programs and associated documentation and data for doing particular computational jobs
resistantadj: not affected by something, especially changes or new ideas; of or relating to immunity to disease or infection
submissionn: the act of giving a document, proposal, etc., to somebody for consideration or judgment; the act of giving in or yielding to a superior force or authority
originn: the first existence or beginning of something
luminaryn: a person who is an exceptional and influential figure in a particular field or industry; a source of light, such as a celestial body or an artificial light
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
nonprofitadj: not established for commercial profit
foundationn: the lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level; a fundamental basis or principle upon which something is built or established; an organization that provides funding or support for charitable or educational purposes
uploadv: to transfer digital data or files from a local computer or device to a remote server or network; the act of transferring such data or files
encryptv: to convert information or data into a code, thereby making it unreadable without a key or password; to conceal or obscure information in a way that makes it inaccessible to unauthorized persons
servern: a computer program or a device from which other computers get information; a person who serves food in a restaurant
puzzlen: a situation that is difficult to follow or solve; a game, problem, or toy that tests a person’s ingenuity or knowledge; (verb) to cause someone to feel confused because of something difficult to understand
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
constantlyadv: all the time
techniquen: a particular way or art of doing something that needs skill
technologicaladj: based on scientific and industrial progress
savvyn: the condition of being aware of and able to deal with a situation effectively; (adjective) having knowledge and understanding of a particular subject or activity
avenuen: a wide road in a town or city, especially with trees or tall buildings on both sides; a line of approach
expositionn: a comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or theory; a collection of things, such as goods or works of art, etc., for public display
wrongdoingn: an improper or illegal behavior or action
veterann: a person who has had long experience in a particular area or activity
alertv: to warn or arouse to a sense of danger; (adjective) paying close attention or being in a state of readiness for action
overcrowdedadj: containing too many people or things in a particular space, making it cramped or uncomfortable
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
alarmn: a loud noise or an automatic signal that warns people of danger; a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event or particular danger
flintn: a hard, gray stone that can produce sparks when struck with steel used historically to start fires; a type of microcrystalline quartz used for making tools, weapons, and jewelry
insidern: a person who has privileged access to special or secret information about a particular organization or field
warnv: to make someone aware of potential danger or difficulty, particularly one that may occur in the future
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
exposev: to show something by uncovering it; to make something accessible to some action or influence
constitutionn: the set of fundamental principles or established precedents that a state, a country, or an organization is governed by; the act of forming or establishing something