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    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    Women in History Definition Match --

    MATCH the Women in History word list numbered in the left hand column with the proper definitions of the 12 words in letters "A to L" in the right hand column. Use the pull down "Select" bar to choose the correct letter match.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct Women in History answers as well as the percentage score of correct answers.
    This Women in History word list and Women in History Definition Match from also includes an Interactive Word Puzzle, Fill-in-the-Blanks, Word Search, Crossword, Synonym and Antonym puzzle and True or False activity.
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    Word List
    1) compassion
    2) suffrage
    3) abolitionist
    4) indisputable
    5) entertainment
    6) tolerance
    7) collaboration
    8) isolation
    9) preservation
    10) humanitarian
    11) segregate
    12) temperance
    Definition List
    A)  A person involved with the act of doing away with completely, esp. elimination of Negro slavery
    B)  The process of working together or cooperating, esp. in a joint intellectual exercise (noun)
    C)  A feeling of deep pity and sorrow for someone aroused by the suffering or misfortune of another: sympathy (noun)
    D)  Amusement; something affording pleasure esp. a performance; a diverting provision for guests in public places
    E)  A person actively engaged in promoting personal welfare & social reforms: a philanthropist
    F)  Not debatable or deniable; incontestable; not differing in opinion (adjective)
    G)  A person, thing or group that is set apart or separated from others: quarantine
    H)  The act or process of keeping alive, in existence, safe from harm or injury, protecting or sparing (noun)
    I)  To separate, cut off, or set apart from others; to isolate
    J)  The right to vote, esp. in a political election: franchise; a vote given in an election
    K)  Habitual moderation in any indulgence, appetite, etc.; total abstinence from alcoholic liquors (noun)
    L)  A fair and permissive attitude toward those whose race, religion, nationality, etc. differ from your own; freedom from bigotry (noun)