More Ice Cream: Words for Math Comparisons (Math Focal by Marcia S. Freeman

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I. __________ OF CLANDESTINE* GANGLAND MEETING" 4. "MANY MOTORISTS __________ TRAFFIC LAWS, STUDY REVEALS" 5. "__________ ATMOSPHERE IN ANGRY SENATE CHAMBER" Definitions Match the new words with their meanings. 6. stymie ____ a. unruly, agitated 7. effigy ____ b. to hinder, impede 8. flout ____ c. show contempt, scoff* 9. cognizant ____ d. aware 10. turbulent ____ e. a likeness (usually of a hated person) Today's Idiom a bitter pill to swallowa humiliating defeat It was a bitter pill to swallow for the famous billiard player to be overwhelmed by the 12-year-old girl.

Virulent t. getting money by threats Idioms ____ 21. to spill the beans u. to be critical of a present ____ 22. stiff upper lip v. hesitation because of fear ____ 23. cold feet w. courage in the face of trouble ____ 24. look a gift horse in the mouth x. give away a secret Now check your answers on page 308. Make a record of those words you missed. Once again, use those words in original sentences. Words for Further Study Meanings 1. _______________ _______________ 2. _______________ _______________ 3.

Thomas A. Dooley In 1956, Look Magazine named Thomas Dooley as one of the year's ten most outstanding men. Just under thirty years of age at the time, Dr. Dooley had already distinguished himself by caring for a half-million sick and emaciated Vietnamese refugees. When fighting broke out in the divided country of Viet Nam, the northern Communist Viet Minh forces surged southward, scattering thousands of refugees before them. At the time, Dr. Dooley was a lieutenant, assigned to a tranquil naval hospital in Yokosuka, Japan.

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