Grades 6-8 (WVI 3)
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arid extremely dry, especially from lack of rainfall.
berserk violently enraged; wildly destructive.
capitalism an economic system in which land, factories, and other resources are owned by individuals instead of the government. In this system, the prices of things we buy are decided by the people who sell them and not by the government.
cockpit the area from which the pilot and crew control an airplane.
collaborate to work with someone else on a project.
exceed to go beyond or do more than.
exert to use or put into action; apply.
insight the power to understand deep meanings or truths.
oblige to make (someone) feel bound to do something or to act in a certain way.
overhaul to go over carefully, taking apart as necessary and making all needed repairs.
physiological of or relating to the vital processes or functions of a living organism or its parts.
revelation the act of revealing.
shrine a sacred place or object that is devoted to some holy person or god.
stability the condition or quality of being steady, fixed, or unchanging.
suitable right for the situation or purpose; fitting.