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Week #6 Spelling/Vocabulary

Kim Lewis

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Across
2.to imply the opposite or a denial of something
5.a written or spoken request for someone to go somewhere or to do something
6.a reference book that contains words listed in alphabetical order and that gives information about the words' meanings, forms, pronunciations, etc.
7.an area of study that deals with the location of countries, cities, rivers, mountains, lakes, etc.
8.a group of listeners or spectators
10.the act or state of applying the mind to something
11.a science that studies rocks, layers of soil, etc., in order to learn about the history of the Earth and its life
12.land of a particular kind
15.a person who rules a country with total authority and often in a cruel or brutal way
16.a shape that is made up of three lines and three angles
17.one part of something that is evenly divided into four parts
Down
1.impossible to see, not visible
3.a biography written by the person it is about
4.an area of land that belongs to or is controlled by a government
8.relating to hearing or the ears
9.of or relating to the original 13 colonies forming the United States
13.a device in a car, truck, etc., that measures the distance that the vehicle has traveled
14.heard or able to be heard

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