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  • Derived from the Greek word autos, meaning self, autism is characterized by a withdrawal from social interaction into the self and can include a wide spectrum of disorders, from mild to severe.

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  • Derived from the Spanish word Nigre, meaning Black.

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  • Derived from the Old French word franc, meaning “free,” it later came to be associated with the most fundamental political freedom of all: to exercise your franchise meant to exercise your right to vote.

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  • Derived from the Latin word, _socius_, meaning a comrade, it is, like the word

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  • Derived from the Greek word phyto (plant) and nutrient (a constituent of food necessary for normal physiological function), phytonutrients-also known as phytochemicals-are natural, bioactive compounds found in plant foods.

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  • Derived from the Latin word "raptor," one who seizes by force, the order of Raptatores, or

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  • Derived from the Latin word meaning "to fall in love," that's what Dell hopes consumers will do - the price of the Adamo starts at $2,000.

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  • Derived from the Greek word telos, which refers to purpose or end, this argument hinges on the idea that the world gives evidence of being designed, and concludes that a divine designer must be posited to account for the orderly world we encounter.

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  • Derived from the Afrikaans word for "apartness," apartheid is a term that came into usage in the 1930s and signified the political policy under which the races in South Africa were subject to "separate development."

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  • Derived from the Italian word Piccolino meaning “Little One”, the creators of P’kolino’s Play Table and Play Tower have created innovative furniture for children that

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