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annual

annual

/ˈænjuəɫ/
adjective
happening or calculated yearly
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The great annual migration of wildebeests and zebras in the African Serengeti covers about 2,000 miles.

One of the most incredible feats of human endurance is the annual Badwater-to-Mt. Whitney run in the United States.

But according to the National Sleep Foundation, the annual loss in worker productivity due to sleeplessness is about $18 billion.

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stuck

stuck

/ˈstək/
adjective
fixed tightly in a particular position and incapable of moving or being moved

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conscious

conscious

/ˈkɑnʃəs/
adjective
having awareness of one's surroundings

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unknown

unknown

/ənˈnoʊn/
adjective
not known, identified, or familiar

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passionate

passionate

/ˈpæʃənət/
adjective
showing or having intense emotions or deep feelings
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This is minimizing accessibility needs to only be about passionate opinion.

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presidential

presidential

/ˌpɹɛzəˈdɛnʃəɫ/
adjective
involving a president or their affairs

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audio

audio

/ˈɑdiˌoʊ/
adjective
of, connected with, or using recorded sound
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I've seen a lot of other movies and shows that caption the audio cues like knocking on doors and things.

The external processor doesn't even get audio feedback.

But there's still no audio descriptions, so say something is like a cinematic piece.

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exclusive

exclusive

/ɪkˈskɫusɪv/
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not shared; given or available to a specific person or group

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silly

silly

/ˈsɪɫi/
adjective
feeling embarrassed or stupid

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liquid

liquid

/ˈɫɪkwəd/, /ˈɫɪkwɪd/
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flowing freely and in the form or state of a liquid

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neutral

neutral

/ˈnutɹəɫ/
adjective
not taking any sides in a conflict, competition, or dispute and remaining impartial

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invisible

invisible

/ˌɪnˈvɪzəbəɫ/
adjective
describing something that cannot be seen

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clever

clever

/ˈkɫɛvɝ/
adjective
intelligent; quick to learn and understand things

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Spanish

Spanish

/spˈænɪʃ/
adjective
relating to Spain or its people or language
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Are you Spanish?'

No,' she answered, 'I'm not Spanish, and I've never been to Spain.

I mean Spanish class-

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universal

universal

/ˌjunəˈvɝsəɫ/
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concerning or influencing everyone in the world

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executive

executive

/ɪɡˈzɛkjətɪv/
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using or having the power to decide on important matters, plans, etc.

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dominant

dominant

/ˈdɑmənənt/
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having superiority in power, influence, or importance

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prepared

prepared

/pɹiˈpɛɹd/
adjective
made ready in advance; ready and able to do or deal with something

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subtle

subtle

/ˈsətəɫ/
adjective
hard to notice or detect

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permanent

permanent

/ˈpɝmənənt/
adjective
continuing to exist all the time or remaining without change for a long time

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electrical

electrical

/ɪˈɫɛktɹɪkəɫ/
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using, producing, or operating by electricity
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Now, when Jesse tenses these chest muscles, it creates a tiny electrical signal.

They transmit an electrical version of the vibration through wires to an amplifier.

The amplified vibration stimulates nerve sensors that convert the vibrations into electrical signals that the brain can analyze.

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awkward

awkward

/ˈɑkwɝd/, /ˈɔkwɝd/
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making one feel embarrassed or uncomfortable

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outside

outside

/ˈaʊtˈsaɪd/
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of, relating to, situated on or facing the external side or surface

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chronic

chronic

/ˈkɹɑnɪk/
adjective
(of an illness) difficult to cure and long-lasting

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broken

broken

/ˈbɹoʊkən/
adjective
cracked or shattered; physically separated into pieces

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