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at a small town and went to a cafe. 
He stood at the end of the bar, 
ordered a coke, and lit up a cigar.

As he sipped his coke, he stood 
there quietly blowing smoke rings. 

After he blew nine or ten

smoke rings into the air, 
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Newly learned words can carry you
to greater heights of understanding.
following terms are drawn from
news of economic
opened up by recent world changes.

Select the answers you think are correct.

1. ethic (n.) - A: standard of behavior. B: racial group.
C: precision. D: reliability.

2. plague (v.) - A: to surround. B: harass. C: implore.
D: look on the dark side.

3. battery (n.) - A: forceful protest. B: hodgepodge accum-
ulation. C: group of similar objects. D: encirclement.

4. renege (v.) - A: to snub. B: play the maverick. C: take
control. D: back out.

5. fait accompli (n.) - A: sophisticated approach. B: well-
planned action. C: finishing touch. D: accomplished fact.

6. stagflation (n.) - A: controlled pieces. B: economic
slowdown. C: a disintegrating government. D: cultural dull-

7. scuttle (v.) - A: to tease. B: abandon. C: pile up.
D: gossip.

8. procure (v.) - A: to obtain. B: soothe. C: remedy.
D: transport.

9. anomaly (n.) - A: unnamed quality. B: likeness.
C: response. D: abnormality.

10. contravention (n.) - A: anarchy. B: deception.
C: political gathering. D: violation.

11. feckless (adj.) - A: faithless. B: relaxed.
C: ineffective. D: without a fault.

12. pan- - a prefix meaning A: part. B: around. C: all.
D: against.

13. rapport (n.) - A: detailed account. B: sympathetic
relationship. C: period of tension. D: completion.

14. brassy (adj.) - A: bold. B: hardheaded. C: sensitive.
D: highly visible.

15. murky (adj.) - A: unclear. B: harsh. C: conspiring.
D: borderline.

16. stanch (v.) - A: to reinforce. B: be weak. C: smooth
out. D: put an end to.

17. guise (n.) - A: outward appearance. B: superficiality.
C: normal procedure. D: slyness.

18. skittish (adj.) - A: amusing. B: jumpy. C: sliding.
D: inconclusive.

19. sui generis (adj.) - A: unique. B: suitable. C: out-
dated. D: of one people.

20. belated (adj.) - A: complaining. B: offhand. C: weak.
D: tardy.

Answers below!

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1. ethic - A: Standard of behavior; set of moral, personal
or cultural values; as, a work ethic. Greek ethikos

2. plague - B: To harass, trouble, vex, torment mentally;
as, The company has been plagued by a shortage of money.
Latin plaga (wound, affliction).

3. battery - C: Group of similar objects used together for
a common purpose; as, a battery of restrictions. French
battre (to beat).

4. renege - D: To back out; not keep one's promise or word;
as, If one country reneges on an agreement, should the
other? Latin re- (again) and negare (to deny).

5. fait accompli - D: Accomplished fact; thing already done;
as, The plan for joint production of the FSX plane is a fait
accompli. French.

6. stagflation - B: An economic slowdown when inflation
occurs, unemployment rises and business activity declines.

7. scuttle - B: To abandon; withdraw from an undertaking;
as, to scuttle hopes for a multinational pact. Spanish
escotilla (hatchway).

8. procure - A: To obtain or bring about by effort or a
scheme; as, Equipment was procured from local manufacturers.
Latin procurare (to take care of).

9. anomaly - D: Abnormality; deviation from the expected;
irregularity; as, Cuba's hard-line communism is now an ano-
maly. Greek anomalia (inequality).

10. contravention - D: Violation; opposition; as, The agree-
ment was a contravention of free-trade principles. Latin
contra- (against) and venire (to come).

11. feckless - C: Ineffective; irresponsible; incompetent;
as, feckless economic policies of the socialists. Scottish
feck (effect) and English -less (without).

12. pan- - C: A combining prefix meaning all, every,
universal; as, Pan-American; a Pan-European operation.

13. rapport - B: Sympathetic relationship; as, growing
rapport between former enemies. French (harmony, agreement).

14. brassy - A: Shamelessly bold; insolent; impudent; as,
innovative ideas from that brassy economist. From English

15. murky - A: Unclear, confused; vague; as, The marketing
strategy seems murky. Also, dark; gloomy. Middle English

16. stanch - D: To put an end to; stop a flow of blood or
resources; as, America's low savings rate must rise to
stanch reliance on credit. Middle English stanchen.

17. guise - A: Outward appearance, aspect or manner; as,
seeing Hungary in a new guise. Also, pretense. French.

18. skittish - B: Jumpy, easily frightened; unpredictable;
as, the skittish bond market. Dialectal English.

19. sui generis - A: Unique; unparalleled; having no equal;
as, Due to revolutionary political changes, the economic
situation in Eastern Europe is sui generis. Latin (of its
own kind).

20. belated - D: Tardy; delayed; coming too late; as, In a
belated decision, the Germans adopted the policy. English
be- (completely) and late.

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