Nobel Minds

The exercise was created 2020-01-20 by samuelthefalck. Question count: 28.

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  • Realm An area of interest or activity
  • Prestigious Respect and admiration given to someone or something, usually because of a reputation for high quality, success, or social influence
  • To be thrust center stage Pushed to becoming the main focus
  • Public discourse Typical public discussion
  • Expedient Helpful or useful in a particular situation, but sometimes not morally acceptable
  • Remedial tutoring Correcting teaching
  • Preventative Intended to stop something before it happens
  • Intractable very difficult or impossible to control, manage, or solve
  • Tremendous Very great in amount or level, or extremely good
  • Moral obligation Duty to do the right thing
  • Alleviate to make something bad such as pain or problems less severe
  • Baffling When something can't be understood
  • Encounter a meeting, especially one that happens by chance
  • NGO’s non-governmental organization
  • Be subjected to affected by or possibly affected by
  • Granularity the quality of including a lot of small details
  • Correlation a connection or relationship between two or more facts, numbers, etc.
  • Emphasise to show that something is very important or worth giving attention to
  • Advocate to publicly support or suggest an idea, development, or way of doing something
  • Paediatrician a doctor who has special training in medical care for children
  • Stark empty, simple, or obvious, especially without decoration or anything that is not necessary
  • De-wormed Worms has been removed
  • Rigorously in a careful way so that every part of something is looked at or considered to make certain it is correct or safe
  • Presumption the act of believing that something is true without having any proof
  • Blindingly extremely
  • Obvious easy to see, recognize, or understand
  • In essence the basic or most important idea or quality of something
  • Emerge in the picture When an something come forth into view or notice, as from concealment or obscurity

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