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invasion
The invasion of Poland led to the end of Britain's policy of appeasement towards the Nazis and war was declared. *
invention
What a wonderful invention.
organisation British English spelling
It will take some organisation to complete. *
presentation
At the end of the project we do a presentation about our work. *
tradition
Daoism is a Chinese philosophical and religious tradition that emphasizes living in harmony with the (Dao) Way. *
archaeologist British English spelling
An archaeologist is someone who studies people and what they did in the past from the things they left behind. *
archaeology British English spelling
Archaeology is the scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their cultures. *
character
I like a person with a friendly character.
chronological
The dates are in chronological order. *
chronology
A timeline is a good way to show the chronology of historical events. *
creative
Original and creative ideas. *
surprise
She raised her eyebrows in surprise.

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