Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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access a way of approaching or coming to a place.
adaptation the act or process of changing or adjusting something to fit in a new role or context.
adaptive capable of changing in response to changes in environment.
adolescence the period in a person's life between childhood and adulthood.
democrat a member of the Democratic Party of the United States.
efficiency the quick, accurate performance of a task, or the ability to so perform.
humiliate to cause to lose pride or feel ashamed; embarrass.
innovate to propose or implement a new method, approach, idea, or the like; make inventive changes.
minority a group of people whose race, religion, or politics is different from the larger population group.
proprietor an owner, or group of owners, of a business enterprise, real property, or the like.
regain to get back; recover.
revolt to rise up and fight against the government or other authority; rebel.
scandal an action, situation, or behavior that seriously offends societal standards of propriety or morality.
tangible capable of being touched or perceived by touch.
unavoidable impossible to avoid or escape; inevitable.