refutation proving that something is wrong through argument and evidence

Refutation proving that something is wrong through argument and evidence

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refutation  proving that something is wrong through argument and evidence. Remagen  the German city where Allied troops crossed the Rhine River to capture Cologne near the  end of World War II. Rhine  a river that runs through west-central Germany. rostrum  a podium used by speakers or lecturers. row houses  houses having common walls with the houses on either side; this type of housing is  often found in older urban areas in the United States. Royal Air Force bombers  British planes or pilots who drop bombs. Russell and Whitehead  Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Alfred Whitehead (1861-1947), authors of  the three-volume book  Principia Mathematica , considered a landmark in the study of logic. samovar  an urn with a spigot used for heating water for tea; originated in Russia.
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Unformatted text preview: Sanhedrin (San head rin) a book in the Talmud. schnapps a liquor with high alcoholic content. Scythe an instrument with a long blade and long handle used for cutting grass. Secular not specifically religious. Semitic Jewish. Shabbat another word for the Sabbath, the seventh day of the week reserved for rest and worship; for Jews, the Sabbath is on Saturday. Shamashim (plural of shamash) assistants at a Jewish religious service who perform a variety of functions. shiur (shee ur ) a Jewish classroom lesson. shlepper a Yiddish word for a person who moves slowly or awkwardly. shofar ( show far) an ancient ritual horn of Israel, used to announce important public events. side-curls another term for earlocks, defined above....
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