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Labor - noun Hard work Syn: Sentence:
International - adjective Relating to one or more country Syn: Sentence:
Produce - verb To make something Syn: create, manufacture Sentence:
Benefit - noun A good result Syn: Sentence:
Economy - noun The way products and services are created, bought, and sold Syn: financial system Sentence: When the economy is good we spend money.
Require – verb To need something Syn: Sentence:
Manual - adjective By hand Syn: Sentence:
Border - noun The line that divides two countries Syn: Sentence:
Resources - noun Supplies that you need to do something Syn: supplies, reserves, Sentence:
Deprive - verb To not give someone something they need Syn: Sentence:
Reform - verb To make something better by changing it Syn: Sentence:
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