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NY Times, Analysis I

NY Times, Analysis I

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OA: Work into dough or clay Potter makes pottery by kneading the clay.

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OA: Contrasting Things so unlike Disparate that there is no basis for comparison.

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OA: Rigid Einstein was adamant about the existence of human civilization in harmony with the rest of the universe.

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OA: Extreme fear of confined spaces Donald is Claustrophobic. He is afraid of the crowd and so he avoids visiting places which are extremely crowded.

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OA: Obscure A minister with a murky past.

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OA: Undo Woven threads You should mend that hole before the whole sweater starts to unravel.

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OA: Crazy Ramit when bonkers when he hear us screaming at each other.

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OA: Explore untidily Rummage through the archives of Punk!

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OA: Debilitated The scorching heat has incapacitated everyone in Delhi.

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OA: Stylish A nifty pair of Trousers.

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OA: 1 Usage: The two men were running with police officer hot on their heels.

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OA: 2 If you say that someone does something rain or shine, you mean that they do it regularly, without being affected by the weather or other circumstances.

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