2.Affluent:having an abundance of wealth, property, or other materialgoods; prosperous; rich: an affluent person.
3. Catsup: ketchup.
4. Vigor: active strength or force.
5. Trepidation: tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation; perturbation.
6. Superette: a grocery store with some of the self-service features of asupermarket.
7.Indignantly:feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure atsomething considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base: indignantremarks; an indignant expression on his face.
8.Bargain:an advantageous purchase, especially one acquired at less thanthe usual cost: The sale offered bargains galore.
9.Swivel:a fastening device that allows the thing fastened to turn aroundfreely upon it, especially to turn in a full circle.
10. Khaki: dull yellowish brown.
1.exploit: a striking or notable deed; feat; spirited or heroic act: the exploits ofAlexander the Great.
2.pivitol: a huge game changing moment completely changing direstion
3.retort: a response
4.illumination: to make bright
5. Imperitave:absolutely necessary or required; unavoidable: It is imperativethat we leave.
6.observer: to observer something and to make note of
7.psychotic: crazy, wacky, weird
8.ignorance: to be ignorant and to ignore something and ignore consequence
9.cue: your order or a signal to initiate something
10.submission: to sub miss to let out or let go of
1.acidemically: academics involved in something
2.financial:pertaining to monetary receipts and expenditures; pertaining orrelating to money matters; pecuniary: financial operations.
3.compound: a mixture of two different elements
4.pursue: to chase after something or to follow
5.liabilities: something disadvantageous: His lack of education is his biggestliability.
6.contributing:to give (money, time, knowledge, assistance, etc.) to a commonsupply, fund, etc., as for charitable purposes.
7.attorney: a lawyer; attorney-at-law.
8. Accountant: a person whose profession is inspecting and auditing personal orcommercial accounts.
9.minimum: the least quantity or amount possible, assignable, allowable, orthe like.
10.ignorance: to ignore
1.Chuckled: to laugh heartily
2.Diagram: a presentation with visuals
3.Reinvested: to leave an investment in something and leave then go back and invest
4.liabilities: the wrong that could happen in a situation
5.Diversified: different and out apart from others
6.Column: a pillar of material that supports a building or that is for decoration
7.Demonstrate: to give an example of
8.Ancillary: subordinate; subsidiary.
9.Criticism: to criticize and to shoot someone down with foul remarks
10.Mortage: a house payment
1.Synergy:the interaction of elements that when combined produce a totaleffect that is greater than the sum of the individual elements,contributions, etc.; synergism.
2.Xerox:Trademark. a brand name for a copying machine for reproducingprinted, written, or pictorial matter by xerography.
3.Porsche: a fancy car and a head in the motor industry
4.Corporation:the group of principal officials of a boroughor other municipal division in England.
5.Deduction: the act or process of deducting; subtraction.
6.Assests: a useful and desirable thing or quality: Organizational ability is anasset.
7.Constantly:not changing or varying; uniform; regular; invariable: Allconditions during the three experiments were constant.
8.Pensions: an allowance, annuity, or subsidy.
9.Mechanics: the branch of physics that deals withthe action of forces on bodies and with motion, comprised ofkinetics, statics, and kinematics.
10.Cringe: to cringe away is to hide or to make a nasty face in a reaction to somthing
1.Philosophy: to be a philosopher and to phisilitate
2.Reread: to redo to reread a topic or article
3.Brokerage: he commission of…