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Daily Reader: Edition #386

Learn 64 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: when food labels are misleading, new ways to reinvent gym class, and the globalization of the World Cup.

1. Where's my pomegranate? When a juice label is less than fulfulling
Los Angeles Times, 6/15/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 16

LA Times: Where's my pomegranate? When a juice label is less than fulfulling

If a juice contains less than 1% pomegranate juice, but calls itself a pomegranate juice blend, is that considered fraud? Read more and learn vocabulary words like allegations, misleading, precedence, precluded, recourse, and scrutiny.

2. U.S. schools develop a nicer version of gym class
Washington Post, 6/14/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 29

Washington Post: U.S. schools develop a nicer version of gym class

Not a fan of gym class? Find out how some schools are trying to make gym more fun! Read more and learn vocabulary words like accessible, advocates, egalitarian, inertia, sedentary, and wary.

3. Putting the "World" in "World Cup"
The New Republic, 6/15/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 19

New Republic: Putting the World in World Cup

The World Cup shows how truly globalized the world is today. Read more and learn vocabulary words like delusional, hierarchy, plethora, relentless, ubiquity, and utopian.

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