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cater (V) to satisfy the needs of try to make things easy and pleasant
entrepreneur (n) a person who starts up and takes on the risk of a business
hazard (n) risk or peril
hazard (v) to expose to danger or harm; to gamble
homicide (n) the killing of one person by another
indignant (adj) filled with resentment or anger over something unjust unworthy or mean
lubricate (v) to apply oil or grease to make smooth slippery or easier to use
mutual (adj) shared or felt or shown equally by two or more
plague (n) easily spread disease causing a large number of deaths. widespread or evil
plague (v) to annoy or bother
transparent (adj) to allow light to pass through easily recognized or understood easily seen or detected
unscathed (adj) wholly unharmed or not injured
available (adj) ready for use at hand
customary (adj) usual expected routine
dissuade (v) to persuade not to do something
firebrand (n) a piece of burning wood, a trouble maker and extremely energetic or emotional person
hinder (v) to delay or to stop or prevent from happening
indifference (n) a lack of interest or concern
indispensable (adj) absolutely necessary; not to be neglected
pelt (v) to throw a stream of things; to strike successfully, to hurry
poised (adj) balanced, suspended calm controlled
regime (n) a government in power or a form of system of rule or management; a period of rule

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