Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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amendment an official change made to a bill, law, or other document.
autonomous free and independent, as a state or an organism; self-governing.
avalanche the sudden rush of a large amount of snow, ice, or rocks down a mountain.
charitable generous in donations or benevolent actions for needy persons.
commit to dedicate, devote or pledge.
devise to invent or think out.
encrusted covered with a hard or crisp layer of something.
initiative the power, energy, or ability to organize or accomplish something.
meditate to think calmly, deeply, and at length (sometimes followed by "on" or "upon").
neutralize to cause to have no effect or become useless.
obsess to preoccupy the mind or emotions of (someone) excessively or abnormally.
perception the ability to become aware of or know through the senses.
undiscovered not yet found or known to exist.
unidentified having an unknown or as yet undetermined name or nature; not identified.
vector a mathematical expression of direction and magnitude, usually represented by an arrow pointing to the particular direction, with a length proportional to the magnitude.