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Nothing is as precious as one’s freedom. Dreams, aspirations and ideals mean nothing if one does not have the freedom to pursue them. Precious are  those who have fought for our freedom.

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Adjective: Misbegotten  (miss-bih-GAH-tun) Definition: 1. Unlawfully conceived: illegitimate. 2. Having a disreputable or improper origin. 3. Not worthy of respect or approval. Sample sentence: Many hoped that the newly-elected administration would focus on ending what they perceived to be a misbegotten war.

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All great things are simple and many can be expressed in simple words: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy and hope.

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Noun: Catfish  (KAT-fish) Definition: 1. Any of numerous usually freshwater stout-bodied fishes with large heads and long thin feelers about the mouth. 2. A person who sets up a false personal profile on a social networking site for fraudulent or deceptive purposes. Sample sentence: Mary’s mother worried that anyone her daughter interacted with through online […]

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Freedom and love go together. Love is not a reaction. To love is to not ask anything in return, not even to feel that you are giving something, and it is only such love that can know freedom.

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Adjective: Germane  (jer-MAYN) Definition: Being at once relevant and appropriate: fitting. Sample sentence: While his comments were witty and entertaining, they weren’t particularly germane to the overall discussion.

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Freedom in the mind, faith in the words, pride in our souls…let’s salute those great men and women who made this possible.

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Noun: Gamification  (gay-muh-fuh-KAY-shun) Definition: The process of adding games or gamelike elements to something so as to encourage participation. Sample sentence: The teacher was always looking for a new gamification  to use with her students to make math more fun.

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No one can be perfectly free until all are free. No one can be perfectly moral until all are moral. No one can be perfectly happy until all are happy.

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Adjective: Sophomoric  ( sahf-MOR-ik) Definition: 1. Conceited and overconfident of knowledge but poorly informed and immature. 2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a sophomore. Sample sentence: Judd’s behavior at the party was sophomoric, but I’ve seen a more mature side to him in other settings.

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