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When earth materilas heat up and cool down at different rates. In science class, we learned about differential heating by conducting an experiment.
The movement of particles The heat wave in Arizona lasted about a week.
A list of things you do. In school, we have to write in our agenda every day.
Problem or a topic Whenever you do something bad someone has an issue with it.
Provide money for a unique reason. Tax payers are funding money for people to get an education.
When you break a law or a rule. When you break a law you get a viotlation.
A law If you break a law you get a violation.
To blow off Some people postpone their work or homework.
As result of something good The way Mrs. Alexander teaches is very effective
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