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Unformatted text preview: used to perform some activity. As a verb, it describes the act of performing an activity, or making something happen. 240 glossary implicit suggested, implied, or understood but not directly stated imply to say something indirectly, in a suggestive manner inadequate not sufﬁcient, not adequate, not enough incentive something, often a reward of money, that motivates or encourages someone to do something incorporate inevitable add to something else something that is impossible to prevent or stop infrastructure the basic foundation or facilities and services needed for the functioning of a community or a system inherent a natural part of something that cannot be separated from it innovationa new development insomnia inability to sleep insure to make something certain in ﬁnancial terms internist a medical spet in the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases, especially of adults interpret intimidate to explain or to translate from one form into another to make someone timid or fearful; to exert control over others intrinsic basic to the nature of something or someone introductions the formal presentation of one person to another or others introvert a person who is shy and most comfortable with his or her own thoughts and feelings ironic seeking to communicate a meaning that is actually the opposite of what is meant literally Ironman annual triathlon race including an ocean swim, a bike ride, and a marathon foot race ISP (Internet service provider) a company or...
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