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pon/pos: put, place, set
position the manner in which a thing is placed
positive stated; express; emphatic
post a place; station; position
posture placement of the limbs of the body
composition parts to form a whole
composite combining parts or elements to form a whole
expose show for all to see
depose/depostion giving testimony under oath
impose to place on
propose / proposal proposition an offer; to suggest
postpone, component, opponent, proponent, deposit, expound, impound
jury a group of twelve who are sworn to give a just verdict
juror one who serves by law on a jury
jurisdiction the legal right and power to hear and determine a cause
justice righteousness, lawfulness administering deserved punishment
adjust to change something so that it fits
conjure to call or bring into existence by or (as if by magic)
put to think
compute to calculate
dispute to disagree about a matter; argue; quarrel
reputation public opinion
reputable honorable, respectable
putative commonly regarded as being
log word; speech; reason
logic reason or sound judgment
logos referring to facts, data, statistics
logo a graphic representation or symbol of a company name, trademark
prologue an introduction to a play
monologue long speech
dialogue a conversation between two people or characters
epilogue a short speech (often in verse) addressed directly to the audience by an actor at the end of a play
analog/analogy an inference that if things agree in some respects they probably agree in others
eulogy speech-often part of a funeral- in which someone is praised
log records of a ship or aircraft
terr land; earth
terrain ground or land
territory an area of land
terriform to alter the environment
extraterrestrial existing outside the earth
superintendent one in charge; overseer Dr. John Barge Georgia Superintendent of Schools
superiority excellence; preeminence
- en made of
enlighten darken forgotten forgiven broaden mistaken broken chosen dishearten
“ jur ”. “to judge” to give up rights; to recant.
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