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Verb: Quash  (KWAHSH) Definition: To nullify especially by judicial action. Example sentence: The commission’s rules require five affirmative votes to trigger a judicial review, or four opposing votes to quash the petition.

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Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.

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Adjective: Uxorial  (uk-SOR-ee-ul) Definition: Of, relating to, or characteristic of a wife. Example sentence: John  watered the plants, cleared  leaves and debris from the rock garden, and cut the lawn, all without any uxorial prompting.

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The perfect day is going to bed with a dream and waking up with a purpose.

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Every second brings a fresh beginning. Every hour holds a new promise. Every night our dreams and bring hope. Every day is what you choose to make it.

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Noun: Wormhole  (WERM-hohl) Definition: 1: A hole or passage burrowed by a worm. 2: A hypothetical structure of space-time envisioned as a long thin tunnel connecting points that are separated in space and time. Example sentence: Some science fiction writers speculate that the intergalactic highway of the future could be in the form of a wormhole.

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Don’t look for someone who will solve all your problems. Look for someone who won’t let you face them alone.

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Adjective: Exorbitant  (ig-ZOR-buh-tunt) Definition: 1: Not  coming within the scope of the law. 2: Exceeding the customary or appropriate limits in intensity, quality, amount, or size. Example sentence: I asked what the rent was for the apartment, and my jaw dropped when they quoted me an exorbitant sum.

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Noun: Gastrono (GAS-truh-nohm) Definition: A connoisseur of good food; gourmet; epicure. Example sentence: The holiday season, with all the delicious treats,  is the favorite time of year for Uncle Phil, a true gastronome.

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Happiness is inward and not outward; and so it does not depend on what we have, but on what we are.

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