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  • 1. A society considered to be perfect or ideal.
  • 2. A society characterized by human misery, squalor, oppression, disease and overcrowding
  • 3. The internal parts of an animal’s body; intestines
  • 4. To gather or take
  • 5. pharmacist; or pharmacy store
  • 6. Displaying a of lustrous colors like those of the rainbow.
  • 7. • a white or colorless, tasteless, odorless, water- insoluble, solid substance, obtained from crude petroleum: used in candles, for forming preservative coatings and seals, for waterproofing paper, etc.
  • 8. • a small square of bone, wood, or the like, used in ancient times as a token, tally, ticket, etc.
  • 9. Deficient in quantity and quality
  • 10. A person engaged in a racket (loud noise/argument)
  • 11. The means of sustaining life, nourishment
  • 12. Any exacted or forced payment or contribution
  • 13. Regret for any past action
  • 14. • the offense of acting to overthrow ones government or to harm or kill its sovereign.