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Here is the definition of road rage:

definition of road rage
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Here is the definition of amnesty:

definition of amnesty

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Here is the definition of acclimate:

definition of acclimate

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Here is the definition of aficionado:

definition of aficionado

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Intuitively you would think that ghostwriters write ghost words. But that is not true. Click here for the definition of ghostwriter. As an example, JF Kennedy’s famous speechwriter was Ted Sorensen. He ghostwrote JFK’s famous inaugural speech. But hang on. It is still not clear who actually wrote the ‘ask not’ lines – was it JFK himself or was it Ted? You do know the famous lines don’t you? Here it is for reference: My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you — ask what can you do for your country

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