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1/5/15 journey fable significance moral bind companion mysterious distract reflection organisms unicellular multicellular
journey-a trip or voyage from one place to another
fable-short story intended to teach moral behavior
significance – the quality of being important or the meaning of something.
moral-lesson from a story, rule in a code of ethics
bind - to hold in place, wrap or attach
companion - one who spends time with another by choice
mysterious - strange or puzzling
distract - to draw away someone's attention
reflection - the image thrown back from a shiny surface
organism - any living thing that can act or function independently.
unicellular - an organism that consists of only one cell, also known as a single-celled organism.
multicellular - organisms that consist of more than one cell.
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