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Study the word list: Glas spellings year 7 and 8 purple 6th Jan

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anticline
Anticline is a ridge or fold of rock. *
convection
Convection is Heat transfer in a gas or liquid by the circulation of currents from one region to another. *
distribution
Distribution is how things are shared out, arranged or placed. *
epicentre British English spelling
Epicentre is one of your spellings. *
magnitude
He was worried by the magnitude of the problem. *
subduction
Subduction is when one tectonic plate moves under another. *
tsunami
A tsunami is a catastrophe.
Continental
I am eating a continental breakfast. *
tectonic
Subduction is when one tectonic plate moves under another. *
magnetic
You use a magnetic compass to take a bearing from one point to another. *
infrastructure
Infrastructure is one of your spellings. *
prediction
He made a weather prediction. *

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