tro jən hors
1. in Greek mythology, a huge wooden horse by means of which the Greeks besieging Troy cunningly gained entrance to and overran the city, ending the Trojan War.
2. any person, thing, stratagem, or the like that is intended to overthrow or defeat by subversion from within.
ih ka l@ ji
definition: the scientific study of the relationships between living things and their environments.
example: An interest in ecology drew her to study the effects of warmer ocean temperatures on sea animals.
1. a macabre or grotesque sculpture of an animal or person, often carved as an architectural ornament.
2. on a building, a rainspout in the shape of such an ornament.
mi di eIt
definition: to act as an intermediary in (a dispute) or bring about (an agreement).
example: The mayor mediated the dispute between the school district and the teachers’ union.
example: The lawyer mediated the agreement between the two sides.
definition: to act as an intermediary, as between contending parties.
example: The therapist mediated between the quarreling husband and wife.
in Greek mythology, any of a race of creatures that have the head, arms, and torso of a man and the trunk and legs of a horse.