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The assignment requires identification of the part of speech and two definitions of each word.
1. acquires 2. advises 3. artificial 4. contribution 5. cower
6. dignified 7. experimental 8. impaired 9. invariably 10. justified
11. laboratory 12. marooned 13. obscure 14. opportunist 15. petition
16. sensation 17. stimulus 18. tangible 19. technique 20. unconscious
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