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Adjective: Infinitesimal  (in-fin-ih-TESS-uh-mul) Definition: 1. Taking on values arbitrarily close to but greater than zero. 2. Immeasurably or incalculably small. Sample sentence: Stella includes a lottery ticket in every birthday card she sends, despite the infinitesimal chances that it will be a winner.

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Know yourself, deal with your problems, and work on your weaknesses before competing with others.

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Noun: Pork Barrel  (PORK-BAIR-ul) Definition: Government projects or appropriations yielding rich patronage benefits; also, government funds, jobs or favors distributed by politicians to gain political advantage. Sample sentence: It was apparent that the construction of the new parking garage was not a necessary project, but a pork barrel deal for the business owners who would […]

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In this world, everything is difficult, but everything is possible. Therefore, whenever you face difficulties, know there are possibilities in all you seek.

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Love yourself. Flirt with your understanding. Romance with your dreams. Get engaged with simplicity. Marry genuineness. Divorce the ego. That is a good life.

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Verb: Tutoyer  (too-tway-YEY) Definition: To address someone, especially in French, using the familiar forms of the pronoun “you” rather than the more formal forms: to address familiarly. Sample sentence: An officer doesn’t tutoyer a subordinate, unless they work closely in the same unit.

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Adjective: Fulgent  (Full-jint) Definition: Dazzlingly bright: radiant. Sample sentence: The harvest moon, fulgent in the night sky, made a perfect backdrop for the young couple’s romantic stroll on the beach.

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It takes a big person to avoid small worries.

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Noun: Loblolly  (LOB-lah-lee) Definition: A lout; a stupid, rude or awkward person. Sample sentence: Please don’t call me a loblolly, just because I was raised in the country.

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Books are the quietest and most constant friends. They are the most accessible and wisest of counselors. They are the most patient teachers.

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