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I HAVE 17. borders. (v.)

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Section 1

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I HAVE 17. borders. (v.)

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WHO HAS to be on the verge of something?

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I HAVE 24. esoteric. (adj.)

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WHO HAS related to knowledge only familiar to a small group?

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I HAVE 19. lesser. (adj.)

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WHO HAS smaller; less significant?

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30. I HAVE frequency - as in radio signals. (v.)

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WH0 HAS the bandwidth of broadcast radio or television signals

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I HAVE 26. bested. (v.)

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WHO HAS beaten, surpassed; to be defeated or outclassed?

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I HAVE 39. indefatigable. (adj.)

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WHO HAS unrelenting, tireless, determined, never willing to admit defeat?

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I HAVE 21. momentous. (adj.)

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WHO HAS important, considerable, historic?

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I HAVE 31. decipher. (v.)

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WHO HAS decode, grasp; to figure out?

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I HAVE 10. assure. (v.)

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WHO HAS guarantee, promise?

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I HAVE 41. propagate. (v.)

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WHO HAS reproduce, spread?

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I HAVE 23. annihilate. (v.)

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WHO HAS destroy, kill, idiomatically used to describe superiority in competition?

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I HAVE 43. senescent. (adj.)

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WHO HAS aging, decaying over time? (Mrs. France!)

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I HAVE 8. inconsequential. (adj.)

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WHO HAS unimportant, minor, trivial?

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I HAVE 34. merits. (v.)

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WHO HAS to deserve or warrant?

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I HAVE 28. credit. (n.)

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WHO HAS recognition, acknowledgement?

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I HAVE 45. acquiesce. (v.)

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WHO HAS assent, agree without protest?

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I HAVE 38. conflagration. (n.)

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WHO HAS fire - BIG FIRE?

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I HAVE 20. vantage. (n.)

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WHO HAS perspective?

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I HAVE 33. paradigm. (n.)

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WHO HAS example, model, standard?

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I HAVE 40. profusion. (n.)

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WHO HAS overabundance, excess, surplus, many, large amount?

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I HAVE 5. revere. (v.)

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WH0 HAS admire, worship?

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I HAVE 2. pusillanimous. (adj.)

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WHO HAS cowardly, timid, craven?

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I HAVE 11. accordingly. (adv.)

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WHO HAS consequently; as a result of?

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I HAVE 9. pugilistic. (adj.)

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WHO HAS quarrelsome, belligerent; related to boxing?

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I HAVE 35. complex. (adj.)

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WHO HAS difficult?

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I HAVE 44. reticent. (adj.)

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WHO HAS reluctant, unwilling, silent?

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I HAVE 7. virtuoso. (n.)

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WH0 HAS genius, prodigy; someone with masterful skill in the arts?

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I HAVE 15. perplexed. (v.)

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WHO HAS confused, confounded, befuddled?

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I HAVE 12. neophyte. (n.)

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WHO HAS beginner, novice?

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I HAVE 18. refraction. (n.)

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WHO HAS the change in direction of light or sound wave as it passes from one material into another?

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I HAVE 3. amateur. (n.)

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WHO HAS layperson; one who participates in an activity for recreation

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I HAVE 22. labyrinthine. (adj.)

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WHO HAS circuitous, convoluted?

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I HAVE 42. deleterious. (adj.)

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WHO HAS harmful, damaging?

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I HAVE 14. epitome. (n.)

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WHO HAS perfect example; archetype, essence, height, embodiment?

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I HAVE 32. procure. (v.)

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WHO HAS obtain, acquire?

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36. I HAVE frequency - as in sound waves. (n.)

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WHO HAS the pitch or tone of sound waves?

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I HAVE 6. fathom. (V.)

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WH0 HAS comprehend, understand, grasp?

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I HAVE 29. accolades. (n.)

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WHO HAS praise, awards; great compliments?

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I HAVE 37. frequency - as in a graph. (n.)

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WH0 HAS rate of occurrence or recurrence.

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I HAVE 4. antithesis. (n.)

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WH0 HAS opposite, converse?

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I HAVE 25. intricate. (adj.)

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WHO HAS complex, complicated?

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I HAVE 1. punitive. (adj.)

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WHO HAS inflicting punishment; corrective, retaliatory?

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I HAVE 27. vertigo. (n.)

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WHO HAS dizziness; confused state of mind?

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I HAVE 16. context. (n.)

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WHO HAS circumstances; details of a subject?

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I HAVE 13. expertise. (n.)

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WHO HAS knowledge, skill, proficiency?

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