AAlthough:conj. Regardless of the factthat; even though. [MiddleEnglish : al, all; see all +though, though; seethough.]
AAdulthood:1. One who has attainedmaturity or legal age.2. Biology A fully grown,mature organism.
AAccurate:1.Conforming exactly tofact; errorless.2. Deviating only slightly orwithin acceptable limitsfrom a standard.
AAcquaintances:1. a. Knowledge of a personacquired by a relationship lessintimate than friendship.b. A relationship based onsuch knowledge.2. A person whom oneknows.3. Knowledge or informationabout something or someone.
BBarrier:1. A structure, such as afence, built to bar passage.2. Something immaterialthat obstructs or impedes.
BBriefcase:A portable, often flat casewith a handle, used forcarrying papers or books.
BBark:1. The harsh sound utteredby a dog.2. A sound, such as acough, that is similar to adogs bark.
BBroadcast:1.To transmit (a radio ortelevision program) forpublic or general use.2. To send out orcommunicate, especially byradio or television.
BBirthrate:The ratio of total live birthsto total population in aspecified community orarea over a specified periodof time. The birthrate isoften expressed as thenumber of live births per1,000 of the populationper year. Alsocalled natality.
CCracked:Broken so that fissures appearon the surface.
CClog:1. An obstruction orhindrance.2. A weight, such as ablock, attached to the leg ofan animal to hindermovement.
CCapable:Having capacity or ability;efficient and able.
CCitizen:A person owing loyalty toand entitled by birth ornaturalization to theprotection of a state ornation.
CCricket:Sports an outdoor gameplayed with bats, a ball,and wickets by two teamsof 11 players each.
DDamaging:Harm or injury to propertyor a person, resulting in lossof value or the impairmentof usefulness
DDevelop:To bring from latency to ortoward fulfillment