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Daily Reader: Edition #270

Learn 94 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: why juice cleanses are unhealthy for you, a humorous review of the new Xbox One, and whether ‘Hunger Games’ fans and ‘Twilight’ fans will ever get along.

1. Stop Juicing
Slate, 11/20/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 38 (on first page)

Slate: Stop Juicing

Juice cleanses are all the rage these days thanks to celebrity endorsements. But should you do one? This journalist argues that they're unhealthy in more ways than just one. Read more and learn vocabulary words like blight, elixirs, interlocutors, materialism, sustaining, and vitality.

2. Xbox One Review: I'm Sorry I Raised My Voice
Popular Science, 11/20/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 22

Popular Science: Xbox One Review: I'm Sorry I Raised My Voice

The hotly anticipated Xbox One is finally available this weekend! Read this humorous review of the new video game console and learn vocabulary words like ancillary, dearth, drastic, incarnation, melodramatic, and monolithic.

3. Will ‘Hunger Games’ Fans and ‘Twilight’ Fans Ever Get Along?
The Daily Beast, 11/20/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 34

The Daily Beast: Will ‘Hunger Games’ Fans and ‘Twilight’ Fans Ever Get Along?

With Catching Fire in theaters this weekend, Twihards (Twilight Saga fans) and Hunger Gamers have reignited their age-old feud — whose franchise is better? Read more and learn vocabulary words like allegiance, antidote, ferocity, livid, parody, and salivate.

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