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Words of the Week:

vicissitude, n., a change of circumstances or fortune, usually unwelcome or unpleasant.

coruscate, v., flash or sparkle

peripatetic, adj., traveling from place to place, in particular working or based in various place for short periods of time

indolent, adj., wanting to avoid exertion, lazy

eponymous, adj., of a thing named after a person or of a person lending their name to something

inculcate, v., instill (a habit, idea or attitude) by persistent instruction.

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