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academic year

academic year

/ˌækədˈɛmɪk jˈɪɹ/
noun
the period of the year during which schools and universities hold classes
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One survey looked at 3,375 college students during the academic year between 1987 and 1988.

This academic year we've been privileged to be joined by two Native American Radcliffe Fellows, Kristiana Kahakauwila, and Alyssa Mt. Pleasant.

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alternate

alternate

/ˈɔɫtɝˌneɪt/, /ˈɔɫtɝnət/
adjective
(of two things) regularly happening one after another
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But I did watch the alternate ending and...

Their most unique design was the alternate logo used from 2007 to 2015.

So you have to find alternate..

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beforehand

beforehand

/bɪˈfɔɹˌhænd/
adverb
before an event or an action
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" Not at racism or anything that happened beforehand.

And when the Model S first came out, people might have been skeptical beforehand.

It's beforehand.

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bce

bce

/bˌiːsˌiːˈiː/
adverb
before common, current, or Christian era, especially used by non-Christians referring to a date before the birth of Jesus Christ

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ce

ce

/ˌsiˈi/
adverb
common or Christian era, especially used by non-Christians referring to the years after the birth of Jesus Christ
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It turned out that ce gars was Troy Wagner, who crafted the series with his friends.

-[ Vocalizes ] -Voulez-vous coucher avec moi, ce soir?

You can see that mouse and louse actually change their end spelling as well from se to ce.

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chronological

chronological

/ˌkɹɑnəˈɫɑdʒɪkəɫ/
adjective
described or arranged in an order according to which a series of events happened
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The concept of a kid's mental age is essentially the level of performance associated with a certain chronological age.

And rather than describing his life events in chronological order, he jumps between times and places.

So this is a chronological order of the things that are going to happen.

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indefinite

indefinite

/ˌɪnˈdɛfənət/
adjective
not clearly defined; without clear limits
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It permits indefinite detention.

It extends the principle of indefinite detention for suspects who are, under this relatively new legislation under Obama.

But the concept is-- it permits indefinite detention of people charged with providing support for enemies of the United States.

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instant

instant

/ˈɪnstənt/
noun
a moment or a certain point in time
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Images of unity or chaos spread across social media in an instant.

Our lab as well as the city around it will be destroyed in an instant.

But the instant you measure it, it collapses into one of the definite states.

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latter

latter

/ˈɫætɝ/
adjective
closest to the end of a particular period of time
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RVs became an established American cultural phenomenon by the latter 20th century.

And over the latter half of Ivan’s reign, whole towns were destroyed.

This video is about the latter path: How the virus kills.

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occasional

occasional

/əˈkeɪʒənəɫ/
adjective
happening or done from time to time, not frequently
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I do upload on Tuesdays and Fridays with the occasional Sunday.

Occasional accidents occur.

But over the last few decad es, this occasional feeling has become chronic for millions.

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simultaneous

simultaneous

/ˌsaɪməɫˈteɪniəs/
adjective
happening or done at exactly the same time
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Because simultaneous interpretation requires intense concentration, every 30 minutes, the pair switches roles.

Many ancient civilizations allowed some form of multiple simultaneous marriage.

But in that case, events that were simultaneous from my perspective really would be out of sync for you!

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yearly

yearly

/ˈjɪɹɫi/
adjective
appearing or happening once a year
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and it's the yearly one, but mostly, honestly, the weeks.

Now Germans can choose where they enroll and they can change funds on a yearly basis.

So, to reiterate the deficit is the yearly budget shortfall.

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afterwards

afterwards

/ˈæftɝwɝdz/
adverb
after the time or event that has already been mentioned
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It is possible this could describe events that occurred not before European contact but afterwards.

I did not enjoy lunch with my two silent companions, and left the Heights straight afterwards. '

what do you do with the CO2 afterwards?

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annually

annually

/ˈænjuəɫi/
adverb
once in a year; yearly
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This facility processes up to a million tons of waste annually.

he made $100 million annually off the course.

The coffee segment globally is growing 6% annually.

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era

era

/ˈɛɹə/, /ˈɪɹə/
noun
a period of history marked by particular features or events
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It was the golden era for farmers in New Zealand.

The era that it was made in adds to its character and its beauty.

Inside, the ID.3 looks and feels like a new era of Volkswagen.

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fortnight

fortnight

/ˈfɔɹtˌnaɪt/
noun
a period consisting of two weeks or 14 days
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I relapsed a fortnight ago.

Jump into fortnight and here at 1080p on high settings The G3 actually does a pretty decent job.

One fortnight later, we're back.

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lateness

lateness

/ˈɫeɪtnəs/
noun
the fact or quality of arriving, happening, or being done after the usual or expected time
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So he introduced fines, lateness fines.

Chronic lateness, smartphone attached like a Siamese twin, and a birthday reciprocity failure.

Here's the lateness situation.

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millennium

millennium

/məˈɫɛniəm/
noun
a period of 1000 years, usually calculated from the year of the birth of Jesus Christ
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But as agriculture took off over the next few millennia, some people began consuming milk.

These had already been used in China for two millennia.

A worldview popularized millennia ago by my nemesis, Aristotle.

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subsequently

subsequently

/ˈsəbsəkwəntɫi/
adverb
after something specific; afterward
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The body is subsequently taken away for a detailed examination that will establish the cause and time of the victim's death.

If a bicycle rider leans too far to one side, the bicycle will subsequently fall over.

Shares subsequently tanked.

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continuously

continuously

/kənˈtɪnjuəsɫi/
adverb
without any pause or interruption
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Dinges and colleagues recruit healthy young volunteers who live continuously in Dinges's sleep laboratory for 10-20 days.

I'm vomiting continuously, there's nothing I can really do.

The tanks are continuously filled with fresh water from an aquifer along with a steady flow of oxygen.

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decade

decade

/ˈdɛkeɪd/, /dɛˈkeɪd/
noun
ten years of time
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I've been working with computers for well over a decade since I was a child.

Decades later, Florida began a cleanup expected to end by 2028.

This is our decade.

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eventually

eventually

/iˈvɛnʃəɫi/, /iˈvɛntʃəwəɫi/, /ɪˈvɛnʃəɫi/, /ɪˈvɛntʃəwəɫi/
adverb
after or at the end of a series of events or a long time
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A small break in a pipe can eventually create a sinkhole that swallows whatever stood above it.

Eventually the re-routed nerves would grow into the chest muscles.

The judge eventually rules that the crop damage was caused not by hail but by wind.

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immediate

immediate

/ˌɪˈmiˌdiət/
adjective
taking place or existing now and needing quick action
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Immediate medical treatment must be a priority for people who are infected.

A drink from that bottle meant immediate death. '

My immediate circle is really mostly hearing.

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semester

semester

/səˈmɛstɝ/
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a period of six month; half a year
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So, it's the start of a brand new semester.

Colleges and universities move to remote learning through the end of the semester.

Wait, so you’re second semester senior year, and you just released your first single?

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while

while

/ˈhwaɪɫ/, /ˈwaɪɫ/
noun
a length of time
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After a while, companies wanted to find a way to include more information in the bar code.

Lost in the world of imagination, I forgot my sad, lonely existence for a while, and was happy.

They walked along together for a while. '

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calendar

calendar

/ˈkæɫəndɝ/
noun
a page or set of pages showing the days, weeks, and months of a particular year, especially one put on a wall
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Here the calendar date shifted.

We explained why this should be our current calendar in our A new calendar for humanity video.

He enjoys looking at photographs, and he likes maps and calendars.

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eve

eve

/ˈiv/
noun
the evening or day before an event, particularly a religious one
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- No, no, no. - Ooh, what is birthday eve?

- Yeah. - Birthday eve is not a thing.

" I guess this was on the eve of the IPO.

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seasonal

seasonal

/ˈsizənəɫ/
adjective
relating to or happening during a particular season of the year
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I don't think it's really seasonal.

- The mortality of this is multiple times what seasonal flu is.

We also can't forget about the seasonal items Walmart offers.

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leap year

leap year

/lˈiːp jˈɪɹ/
noun
a year in every four years that has 366 days instead of 365
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This renders leaps years an unnecessary complication.

So 1896 and 1904 were leap years but 1900 wasn't.

So 1900 and 2100 aren't leap years, but 2000 is.

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for the time being

for the time being

/fɚðə tˈaɪm bˈiːɪŋ/
adverb
temporarily or for a short period of time
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For the time being, Danes will keep on community singing.

Let's carve out C for the time being, with Ginger's wonderful volunteering because she has nothing else to do.

For the time being, the show's quick demise is a sizable financial loss for Netflix.

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