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Unformatted text preview: -son-sound-spasm- to stretch, convulsion, tension-speci-a kind or sort, special-spectr-, -spec-to look, appearance-sperm-, -spermat-seed-spin-thorn, spine-spir-coil, twisted-spira-to breathe-squam-o scale-sta-, -stat-to control, to stop, standing still, stationary-stal-, -sten-o a contraction, compression, a narrowing-staphyl-o a cluster of grapes-ster-hard, firm, solid-stigm-mark, point, spot-stom-, -stome-mouth, opening-stomy the making of an opening-strat-a layer-strept-o, -streph-bent, twisted chains-stria-furrow, groove, streaked-strict-to draw tight sub-, sus-beneath, below, under, up from under-sucr-sugar-sulc-a furrow, groove super-, supra-above, over ROOT / PREFIX / SUFFIX USUALLY MEANS superfici-surface-sutur-to sew sym-, syn-together with, a union, junction, to live with-symmet-measured together-synapt-clasp-system-a composite whole-systol-a contraction...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course ANTHROP[OL 1101 taught by Professor Marris during the Spring '10 term at Averett Unversity.
- Spring '10