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Vocabulary adapt: to gradually change your behavior and attitudes Marry adapted herself quickly to the new school. conform: to behave in the way that most other people behave His ideas do not conform to mine. consent: to give your permission for something or agree to do something My mother will never give his consent to our marriage. deduce: formal to make a judgment about something, based on the information that you have From this fact we may deduce that he is sick. enforce: to make people obey a rule or law Policemen and judges enforce the law. exclude: to deliberately not include something, especially a particular group of people or things We cannot exclude the possibility that Tom killed his wife. hypothesis: an idea that is suggested as a possible way of explaining a situation Several conclusions flow from this hypothesis. implicate: to show or seem to show that someone is involved in something He was deeply implicated in the plot. imply:
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Kdkdk during the Fall '11 term at SDSMT.

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