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addiction
Taking drugs can lead to an addiction. *
destabilization American English spelling

government
The government cuts will affect everyone.
mandible
The skull is composed of two parts: the cranium and the mandible. A skull without a mandible is only a cranium. *
Kenya

memorization American English spelling

idea
I can't conceive a new idea.
seven
Eight is the number after seven. *
Young
The room was full of young men.
West
Longitude is how far East or West a place is from the Equator. *
professional
I think I will get a professional decorator to paint the house. *
limits
Constraints describe the limits within which a designer must work. *
Job
She was in denial about losing her job.
always
My shoes are always shiny.
business
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
entrepreneur

their
Their means 'belonging to them.'.
married
I can't believe she has married him.
disadvantages

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