**CLASS SET- PLEASE TURN IN BEFORE THE END OF CLASS**                                        English 9 Research           ...
Occlusion: the act or state of occluding or the state of being occluded; closed, blocked.Compression: the reduction in vol...
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Safe sleeping vocabulary list

  1. 1. **CLASS SET- PLEASE TURN IN BEFORE THE END OF CLASS** English 9 Research You will have a vocabulary test on the following words Create a study sheet in your notebook or on a separate sheet of paperPostulated- to claim or assume the existence or truth of, especially as a basis for reasoning or arguing.Mechanism- the agency or means by which an effect is produced or a purpose is accomplished.Hypoxia- inadequate oxygenation of the blood.Obstruction- something that obstructs, blocks, or closes up with an obstacle or obstacles; obstacle orhindranceThermal- Also, thermic. of, pertaining to, or caused by heat or temperature:Prone- having the front or ventral part downward; lying face downward.Supine- lying on the back, face or front upward.Prone- having the front or ventral part downward; lying face downward.Supine- lying on the back, face or front upward.Anthropology: the science that deals with the origins, physical and cultural development, biologicalcharacteristics, and social customs and beliefs of humankind.Fallacy: a deceptive, misleading, or false notion, belief, etc.Correlation: the relationship between things that happen or change together.Variables: something that changes or that can be changed.Detrimental: causing damage or injury; harmful.Facilitate: to make (something) easier; to help cause.Magnitude: the size, extent, or importance of something.Potential: capable of becoming real; possible.Substantial: large in amount, size, or number.Counter-intuitive: counter to what intuition would lead one to expect.Vomit: to eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth.Reduction: the act of reducing; lessening.Incidence: the rate of occurrence of something.Circumstance: a condition or attribute, with respect to time, place, manner, etc., that accompanies,determines, or modifies a fact or event.Apparent: capable of being easily perceived or understood.Jurisdiction: the extent or range of judicial, law enforcement, or other authority; the territory overwhich authority is exercised.Epidemiology: the branch of medicine dealing with the incidence and prevalence of disease in largepopulations and with detection of the source and cause of epidemics.Contribute: to be an important factor in; help to cause.
  2. 2. Occlusion: the act or state of occluding or the state of being occluded; closed, blocked.Compression: the reduction in volume and increase of pressure.Circulation: the continuous movement of blood through the heart and blood vessels.Exhaled: to emit breath or vapor; breathe out.Carbon dioxide: a colorless, odorless gas, CO 2, present in the atmosphere and formed during breathing.Prone: having the front or ventral part downward; lying face downward.Adjacent: lying near or close; next to.Presence: immediate vicinity; proximity.Particularly: in a particular, or to an exceptional, degree; especially.Impede: to retard in movement or progress by means of obstacles or hindrances; obstruct; hinder.Respiratory: pertaining to or serving for respiration or breathing.Wedged: to pack or fit tightly.Extricate: to free or release from entanglement; disengage.Proximity: nearness in place, time, order, occurrence, or relation.Hazard: something causing unavoidable danger, peril, risk, or difficulty.Bassinet: a basket with a hood over one end, for use as a babys cradle.Suffocate: to kill by preventing the access of air to the blood through the lungs.Traditionally: a long-established or inherited way of thinking or acting.Evidence: that which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief.Recognize: to perceive as existing or true; realize.Prevalent: widespread; of wide extent or occurrence; in general use or acceptance. **CLASS SET- PLEASE TURN IN BEFORE THE END OF CLASS**

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