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Unit 10 abundant [~ ' bAnd~nt ] [ ff ] ad j. $'1'((.]' *•((.] [ fitl ] Women also specialized in the gathering of the abundant shell- fish that lived closer to shore. [ ~it ] abundan tly (adv.); abundance (n.) [,ik) amp l e, plentiful, sufficient, adequate adapt [a ' drept] [#-] v. ifi§ mi ' ifi§.g. [ ~ Jl Bl oodhounds are biologically adapted to trailing th eir prey. [ ~ i t ] adaptable ( adj. ); adaptability (n .); adaptive ( adj.) ; adapta- tion (n.) [,ik) accommodate, acclimatize alarm [a ' la:m] [ 4- l n. •m ; ~11it [ ~ I ] Fire ants also mak e use of an alarm ph eromone to al ert workers to an emergency. [ .f>t ] alarming (adj.); alarmingly (adv.); ala rm ism (n.) ftt-;;-~PJT 1 iJTUii ~ 'lil anonymous [a' n~n i m ~s] [ ff] adj . 11-t ((.] ; 7C -t ((.] [ fitll The terminology by which artists were described at the time suggests th ei r status: " limn er" was us uall y applied to th e anony- mous portrait painter up to the 1760's: "winter" characterized anyone who could paint a flat surfac e. [ ~it ] anonym (n.) Iii~ (f'F) *; anonymity (n.) ~ ~, .7G ~ 1 anony- mously (adv.) [.ik] indistinc tiv e, undi stinguished, un characte riz ed arise [~ ' raiz] [ ft ) v. H:1 ~; ~~ [ fitl l The diffic ulty aris es in other technic al matters. [,ik] occur, emerge atheist ['ei9iist] [ ff ] n. 7C~it~ ; ~ffi"~((.J.A. [.fit] a th eistic( al ) (adj.) - 205 -
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bacteria [brek'ti:ni~] [ 4- ] n. [pl.] ([sing.] bacterium) ~IIIIi ( 1ftj ] Soft, fleshy structures are quickly destroyed by predators de- cayed by bacteria. [# ] bacterial (adj.) ( Ji ] germs, microbe s, microorganisms beam [b i :m] [ 4- ) n. ( J't~~ ) 3R , it , tt : 1 -i>R . M>R [ .Y.J ] In one seco nd a beam of light tra ve ls 1860,000 mil es , nearly 300, 000 kilometers, or seven times ar ound th e Earth. [ ~it ) beaming (adj.) [ Ji ] ray bleak [bli:k] ( #- ] adj. JXlP)::ffitJ~ . ]C~-~ [ {ltJ ) The Aleutian Islands pursue their bleak and wind swept course in a long arc that encloses the Bering Sea. [ Ji ] un sheltered, windswept breed [bri:d] [ #- l v. •m: ~~ ( -f1• Jl In sect s' lives are ve ry short and they have many ene mi es, but they must survive long enough to br ee d and perpetuate their kind. H >t l breeder (n.) [ Ji ) ratse, rear bust [bA st] [ #- ) n. =F-~11 . »fi..il [ 1ft j] A few marble memorials with carved busts, u rn s, or other decorations were produced in England. carbon [ ' ka : b ~ n ] [ #- ) n. Til [ 1ft! ) Man y of th e more important air pollutants, s uch as sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen ox id es, are found in nature.
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