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weirdadj: extraordinary, unexpected, or difficult to explain
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
arrestv: to take into custody
feen: a sum of money charged for a particular service
criminaln: a person who has committed a crime
abolishv: to do away with completely; to put an end to
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
enforcev: to make sure that people obey a particular law, rule, or situation
ballotn: a piece of paper used to cast a vote in an election
substancen: the real physical material of which a thing or person consist; the most important or main part of some idea or experience; an illegal drug
tipn: the top or extreme point of something slender or tapering, usually a mountain or hill; a piece of advice about something practical; a small amount of money given for services
normallyadv: usually; under normal conditions
firefightern: a person whose job is to extinguish fires
paramedicn: a healthcare professional who is trained to provide emergency medical care to patients in the pre-hospital setting, often in ambulances or other emergency vehicles
cahootn: (also used as “cahoots”) a situation where two or more people are working together in a secretive or underhanded way
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
brutalityn: the quality or state of being cruel or savage
disabilityn: a physical or mental condition that makes it difficult for someone to do some things that other people do
predominantlyadv: mainly, mostly, or primarily; having the greatest influence or power in a particular situation or group
adequateadj: enough, acceptable, satisfactory for a particular purpose or need
jailn: a facility where criminals are kept to be punished for their crimes; a prison
factoadj: of or relating to facts; done in reality; actually existing or occurring
clinicn: a building or hospital department where people can go for medical care or advice, especially of a particular condition
immediatelyadv: now or without delay
shockn: a strong feeling or physical reaction to a sudden and unexpected event or experience, especially something unpleasant
tricyclen: a three-wheeled vehicle or toy that is propelled by pedals; a bicycle with an extra wheel for stability
drivewayn: a private road leading from a street or road to a house or garage, typically providing access for vehicles
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
erraticadj: characterized by lack of consistency, regularity, or predictable behavior; unpredictable or inconsistent in movement, behavior, or quality
burdenn: a duty, responsibility, etc. that is oppressive or worrisome; a load, typically a heavy one that is difficult to carry
convincev: to persuade someone or make someone believe that something is true
magicaladj: produced by or containing supernatural powers
retreatn: the act of moving back or withdrawing from a position or situation; a period of rest or relaxation away from work or everyday life
couchn: a piece of furniture made for sitting, usually with a back and armrests, designed to seat more than one person
kneelv: to rest on someone’s knee or knees
threatn: a strong indication or likelihood of harm, danger, or adverse consequences; an expression of intent to inflict harm or injury on someone or something, often made as a means of coercion or intimidation
hallwayn: an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open
pilen: a collection of objects positioned one on top of another; a large sum of something, such as money
unpaidadj: not yet paid; without payment
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
vitaladj: necessary for the success or continued existence of something
addictn: a person who cannot stop using or doing something as a habit, especially something harmful
untreatedadj: not given medical care or treatment; not subjected to chemical or physical treatment
trauman: an emotional wound or shock often has long-lasting effects caused by a highly upsetting or shocking experience
assaultn: a violent physical attack; the crime of forcing someone to submit to sexual intercourse against their will
intriguev: to make someone interested, especially by being strange, unusual, or mysterious; to make a secret plan with other people to harm someone
eliteadj: belonging to the wealthiest, most potent, best-educated, or best-trained group in a society
specializev: to become an expert in a specific career field, study, or business
convincedadj: completely certain about something; having a strong belief or conviction in a particular religion
surrenderv: to cease resistance to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority
reformn: the act of improving or correcting something that is wrong or bad; a change made to correct a flaw or problem
dauntingadj: looking challenging to manage in prospect; making someone anxious and less confident about carrying out something
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
inmaten: a person who is confined to an institution such as a prison, hospital, or mental health facility
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
incarcerationn: the state of being confined in prison or jail
livelihoodn: a means of earning money people need to pay for food, a place to live, clothing, etc.
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
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
incarceratev: to put or keep somebody in prison or in a place from which they cannot escape
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
alliancen: a partnership or association formed for mutual benefit, particularly between nations or organizations.
folkn: people in general, especially those of a particular group or type
functionn: the purpose or use of an object, system, or process; a particular activity or operation that is designed to serve a specific purpose; a mathematical concept that describes a relationship between two sets of values, called the input and output sets; (verb) to operate or work in a specific way, or to perform a particular task or purpose
triagen: the process of sorting or categorizing patients or other items by severity or priority to determine the order in which they should be treated or handled
launchv: to send or propel something into the air or space using a device such as a rocket, missile, or spacecraft; to make something available or on sale for the first time
respondentn: a person who answers questions in a survey or research study, or someone who responds to a complaint or accusation
enforcementn: the act of ensuring that rules, regulations, or laws are obeyed or implemented; the act of applying force or pressure to compel compliance with rules or laws
caseworkern: a social worker or other professionals who provides assistance and guidance to individuals or families who are dealing with various issues, such as poverty, healthcare, mental health, or legal problems
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
dispatchv: to send someone or something somewhere for a particular purpose; to send a message or piece of information
emergencyn: a sudden unforeseen crisis usually involving danger that requires immediate action
stabilizev: to become or cause to become steady or unlikely to give way
escalatev: to increase in intensity, size, or severity; to make something greater, worse, or more serious
ongoingadj: continuing to exist or develop, or currently happening
miraculousadj: very effective or lucky, or completely unexpected
citationn: words or lines taken from speech, written passages, legal precedent, etc.; an official or formal notice of a person’s good conduct or work, given as a recognition
precinctn: a defined geographic or administrative area within a larger jurisdiction, typically used for purposes such as voting or law enforcement; an enclosed or circumscribed space, often surrounded by walls or other structures
professionn: an occupation or vocation requiring advanced education or specialized training
deservev: to be worthy of or entitled to something, especially something good or valuable
empathyn: the ability to share another person’s feelings or experiences by imagining that person’s situation

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