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Study the word list: GLAS year 8 blue world at war

The world at war

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global
Global warming constitutes towards climate change.
freedom
An oppressor does not allow people their freedom.
safety
The wounded climber was helped to safety.
nation
The French are said to be a nation of food lovers.
empire
The emperor is the male leader of an empire.
conflict
Two things are able to exist or occur together without conflict or problems. *
demands
His demands were met. *
violence
Violence is never good. *
neutral
Neutral is neither acid nor alkaline. *
torture
Torture was widespread in the Middle Ages.
command
The imperative is a command or order. *
trenches
The trenches filled with water. *
casualty
Her son was a casualty of war. *
defence British English spelling
The weakness in defence allowed the other teams to score goals. *

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