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Daily Reader: Edition #344

Learn 68 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: whether Chick-fil-A can win over NYC, the fashion designers launched by J.Crew, and the dangers of superfoods.

1. Can Chick-fil-A Win Over New York City?
The Wire, 4/8/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 15

The Wire: Can Chick-fil-A Win Over New York City?

The classic Southern fast food chain restaurant is hoping to conquer the Big Apple. Will it succeed? Read more and learn vocabulary words like clamoring, connoisseurs, denounced, metropolis, qualms, and unsavory.

2. J.Crew Grads Strike Out on Their Own
Businessweek, 4/3/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

Businessweek: J.Crew Grads Strike Out on Their Own

J.Crew has been the launching pad for many of fashion's up and coming young designers. Read more and learn vocabulary words like accolades, cloistered, durable, fledgling, parlayed, and purveyor.

3. The Dangers of Superfoods
The Daily Beast, 4/9/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 33

The Daily Beast: The Dangers of Superfoods

Depending on which study you read, kale is either a superfood or super dangerous for you! Read more and learn vocabulary words like dubious, grandiose, hyperbolic, misnomer, panaceas, and ubiquitous.

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