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Stem List #14
Re(again) Rewind- to wind back to or toward the beginning; reverse Review-a general survey of something Reuse-recovery of materials and products for the same or a similar end use
Hypo(under) Hypodermic- introduced under the skin: a hypodermic medication Hypothermia- (sub)normal body temperature
Pseudo(false) Pseudonym- a false name that is adopted; usually by an author Lemony snicket
Neuro(nerve) Neurosurgeon- a doctor who specializes in surgery of the brain or other nerve tissue Neuron- a specialized cell that conducts nerve impulses
Tomy(cut) Appendectomy- surgical removal of any appendage Lobotomy- the operation of cutting into a lobe, as of the brain or the lung.
This week’s stems created by Cherise in Mrs. Bailey’s homebase class.
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