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1. reports:
   Carlos, Sue, and Alan.
2. pot.
3. Walter, this is Ellen, 
4. Calling Simon's name, I ran to the door.
5. Desoto St., New Orleans, LA 
6. Bill Cosby tape, Felix?
7. Let me know, of course, if you can't attend.
8. Joy, our club president, will conduct the meeting ; and Gary, our recently elected secretary, will take notes.
9. Looking at the harsh, bright, glare, Mai closed the blinds.
10. picked up the guitar, positioned his fingers, and strummed
11. If you hurry, you can get home before 9:00.
12. Help! This is an emergency! (.)
13. By the way, Rosa, have you seen
14. Dave hit a long fly ball, but Phil was there 
15
 
 
Our vocabulary blog word this week

is befuddle.

As 
defined 
by Merriam-Webster, 

usurp, 

a verb, means

"to take (a position of
power or importance) illegally or by force."

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Our vocabulary blog word this week is befuddle.

As 
defined 
by Merriam-Webster, 

befuddle, 

an verb, means "to make someone unable to think clearly." 

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Our vocabulary blog word this week is redress.

As
defined

by Merriam-Webster,


redress,

an verb, means "to remedy or set right."


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Your job is to convince a potential student to come to St. Hilary for their 8th grade year.  You need to have two reasons and two pieces of evidence (must be real) to support your reasons.  
 
 
Our vocabulary blog word this week is prolific.

As
defined
by Merriam-Webster,

prolific,

an adjective, means "producing in large
quantities or with great frequency; highly productive."

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Our vocabulary blog word this week is artifice.

As
defined by Merriam-Webster, artifice,
a noun,
means "clever or cunning devices or expedients, esp. as used to trick or
deceive."

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Our vocabulary blog word this week is itinerary.

As defined by
Merriam-Webster, itinerary, a noun, means "the route of a journey or tour or the proposed outline of one; a travel diary; a traveler's guidebook."

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Our vocabulary blog word this week is benevolent.

As defined by
Merriam-Webster, benevolent, an adjective, means "marked by or disposed to doing good."


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Our vocabulary blog word this week is stoic.

Stoic, an adjective, means "NOT affected by or showing passion or feeling," as defined by
Merriam-Webster

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