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Daily Reader: Edition #81

Learn 63 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader:

1. How People Smell Themselves
Wired, 1/23/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 16

Wired: How People Smell Themselves

You might not be able to pick your fingerprint out of an inky lineup, but your brain knows what you smell like! Read more and learn vocabulary words like abound, amplify, differentiate, exploit, foster, immune, physiological, resonance, synthetic, and unique.

2. Class-Divided Cities: New York Edition
The Atlantic, 1/24/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 28

The Atlantic: Class-Divided Cities: New York Edition

Social class, an inescapable presence in American life, is inscribed on our very geography as our cities are becoming more divided along class lines. Read more and learn vocabulary words like adjacent, affluent, clerical, comparative, compounding, confined, enclaves, inscribed, predominates, proximity, and underlying.

3. Viewpoint: The Department of Defense Took Too Long on Women in Combat
Time, 1/25/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 19

Time: The Department of Defense Took Too Long on Women in Combat

This columnist, a veteran, felt that the ban on women in combat was upheld for far too long. Read more and learn vocabulary words like attest, climactic, ingenious, initiative, insurgent, integrated, jugular, logistics, moot, perspective, rendering, and sustain.

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