English 101 Week 13

  1. Declares one's public approval or support of
    Reccomend (a product) in an advertisement
    Endorse
  2. Teach (a person or group) to accept a set of beliefs uncritically: "broadcasting was a vehicle for indoctrinating the masses".
    Indoctinate
  3. Sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid.
    Ratify
  4. (typically of a court) Concerned with or dealing with applications for decisions to be reversed
    Appellate
  5. Denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis: "secular buildings
    Secular
  6. Formally accuse or charge (someone) with a serious crime: "indicted forfraud".
    Indict
  7. A piece of legislation enacted by a municipal authority.An authoritative order; a decree
    Ordinance
  8. The intention or desire to do evil; ill will.Wrongful intention, esp. as increasing the guilt of certain offenses.
    Malice
  9. A magical word or phrase uttered with the intention of bringing about evil or destruction; a curse
    Malediction
  10. The official power to make legal decisions and judgments.The extent of this power.
    Jurisdiciton
  11. habeas corpus: a writ ordering a prisoner to be brought before a judge.
    Writ of habeas corpus
  12. bill of a legislative act finding a person guilty of treason or felony without a trial;
    Bill of attainder
  13. (of a bad, difficult, or unwelcome situation or phenomenon) Present or experienced to a severe or intense degree.(of a disease or its symptoms) Of short duration but typically severe.
    Acute
  14. A desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or place.The pleasantness of a place or a person.
    Amenity
  15. Intended or likely to placate or pacify: "a conciliatory approach".
    Conciliatory
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English 101 Week 13
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English 101 Week 13
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