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A building where scientist can watch
the stars, the wather, etc. Using
special instruments.
Observatory
Lived or stayed in a place
Dwelled
A piece of rock from space that
hits the earth’s surface
Meteorite
To measure how heavy someone or
something is using a machine to
have or show a certain weight
Weight
Things that trucks, ships, trains and
airplanes carry from one places to
another
Freight
A person who studies or knows a lot
about the sun, moon, planets an
stars
Astronomer
Toward or close to the center
Inner
The outside far from the center
Outer
To travel around a new place to
learn about it
Explore
A person who has arrogance thinks
that he or she is better and more
important than other people
Arrogance
Not knowing about something
Ignorant
A nice smell
Fragance
A person who studies the past by
looking at objects or parts of buil-
dings that are found in the ground
Archeologist
A poor person who lives in the
country and works on a small piece
of land
Peasant
A clear paint with no color, which
you put on something to make it
shine
Varnish
A box that a dead person’s body
is put in
Coffin
How far it is from one place to
another place
Distance
The central part of an object
Core
A collection of gold, silver, jewelry
or other things that are worth a lot
of money
Treasure
A person who draws cartoons
Cartoonist
A type of rock formed from sand,
stones, mud, etc. That settles at the
bottom of lakes or other bodies of
water
Sedementar...
To dig in the ground to look for ld
objects or buildings that have been
buried for a long time
Excavate
Great sadness, especially because of
the death of someone you love
Grief
The good feeling you have when you
are no longer worried or in pain
Relief
The daughter of your brother or
sister
Niece
A person who steals something
Thief
To bring together things that are
in different places
Gather
To persuade someone to do
something by talking to them in a
calm and gentle way
Coax
To take the sking off a fruit or
vegetable
Peel
To tell an audience the name of the
person who is going to speak,
perform, entertaint, etc. To make
somebody begin to lear...
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  1. 1. A building where scientist can watch the stars, the wather, etc. Using special instruments. Observatory
  2. 2. Lived or stayed in a place Dwelled
  3. 3. A piece of rock from space that hits the earth’s surface Meteorite
  4. 4. To measure how heavy someone or something is using a machine to have or show a certain weight Weight
  5. 5. Things that trucks, ships, trains and airplanes carry from one places to another Freight
  6. 6. A person who studies or knows a lot about the sun, moon, planets an stars Astronomer
  7. 7. Toward or close to the center Inner
  8. 8. The outside far from the center Outer
  9. 9. To travel around a new place to learn about it Explore
  10. 10. A person who has arrogance thinks that he or she is better and more important than other people Arrogance
  11. 11. Not knowing about something Ignorant
  12. 12. A nice smell Fragance
  13. 13. A person who studies the past by looking at objects or parts of buil- dings that are found in the ground Archeologist
  14. 14. A poor person who lives in the country and works on a small piece of land Peasant
  15. 15. A clear paint with no color, which you put on something to make it shine Varnish
  16. 16. A box that a dead person’s body is put in Coffin
  17. 17. How far it is from one place to another place Distance
  18. 18. The central part of an object Core
  19. 19. A collection of gold, silver, jewelry or other things that are worth a lot of money Treasure
  20. 20. A person who draws cartoons Cartoonist
  21. 21. A type of rock formed from sand, stones, mud, etc. That settles at the bottom of lakes or other bodies of water Sedementary Rock
  22. 22. To dig in the ground to look for ld objects or buildings that have been buried for a long time Excavate
  23. 23. Great sadness, especially because of the death of someone you love Grief
  24. 24. The good feeling you have when you are no longer worried or in pain Relief
  25. 25. The daughter of your brother or sister Niece
  26. 26. A person who steals something Thief
  27. 27. To bring together things that are in different places Gather
  28. 28. To persuade someone to do something by talking to them in a calm and gentle way Coax
  29. 29. To take the sking off a fruit or vegetable Peel
  30. 30. To tell an audience the name of the person who is going to speak, perform, entertaint, etc. To make somebody begin to learn about something or do something for first time Introduce

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