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Unformatted text preview: organization that provides access to the Internet, usually for a fee italicize to change the appearance of typed material in order to emphasize its importance jealous feeling resentful toward another because of that person’s success or qualities or possessions kickoff in football and soccer, a kick that puts a stationary ball in motion and begins a period of play glossary 241 kin a group of persons descended from a common ancestor or constituting a family, clan, tribe, or race kinfolk another collective term for relatives kinetic produced by motion kleptomania desire laconic legible legislate like a compulsion to steal, even without need or any specific using as few words as possible to communicate ideas easily read to pass laws or modify existing laws a preposition that introduces the idea of similarity linguist a person who speaks several languages ﬂuently lonely unhappy because of lack of presence of other people loner a person who prefers to be alone, and avoids the company of others loquacious very chatty, talkative lucid clear and easily understandable magical enchanting, charming, not of this world manga the Japanese word for comic books manners the socially acceptable way of acting, including all the approved customs of social interaction marathon a long-distance running event of 26 miles and 385 yards matinee (from the French for morning) an entertainment or performance held in the afternoon may be maybe a verb phrase suggesting something might or might not b...
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