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Daily Reader: Edition #77

Learn 146 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader:

1. On Scene: Highlights from Inauguration Day
Time Magazine, 1/21/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 77

Time: On Scene: Highlights from Inauguration Day

Missed out on watching the Inauguration festivities yesterday? Check out these highlights and learn vocabulary words like audible, dire, discern, dour, emanating, grandiose, homily, invocation, jubilant, mementos, pomp, pretensions, raiment, resentment, robust, stimulus, surreal, and weary.

2. A Guide to the Inauguration's No-Shows
The Atlantic, 1/21/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 17

The Atlantic: A Guide to the Inauguration's No-Shows

If you missed the Inauguration, you weren't the only one! Read more about some high-profile no-shows and learn vocabulary words like alibi, averted, cited, dapper, legitimate, persistent, pretext, sanctioned, severity, snub, and visage.

3. Martin Luther King, in His Own Words
U.S. News & World Report, 1/21/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 52

US News: Martin Luther King, in His Own Words

Read excerpts from interviews with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and learn vocabulary words like blatant, caste, devoid, dignity, filibuster, foresee, imperative, intrinsic, morality, recalcitrance, rectify, sporadic, stigmatized, untouchables, and urbanized.

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