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Things change often describes (“change ________”)
direction, alley, course, time, medium, hands, over, places, legs, agents, color, management, agent, position, point, control, name, kings, caption, event, lssue, shift, ringing, clothing, the, state, solution, detection, oriented, house, programs, indention, settings, front, cars, command, diaper, date, clothes, order, orders, gears, overs, speed, client, shape, everything, ratio, blindness, money, case, materials, linen, partners, processes, option, positions, face, lobsters, diet, colour, type, seats, horses, forecasts, events, subject, reference, pace, lineage, permission, wheels, constitution, attitudes, underwear, points, picture, making, based, oil, step, infant, mode, trains, record, yarn, size

Descriptive words:
social, significant, technological, little, radical, sudden, rapid, major, structural, political, fundamental, economic, cultural, dramatic, organizational, complete, gradual, environmental, technical, marked, slight, abrupt, revolutionary, positive, constant, institutional, climatic, global, considerable, drastic, profound, substantial, historical, corresponding, behavioral, evolutionary, conformational, qualitative, constitutional, remarkable, permanent, net, continuous, progressive, relative, apparent, demographic, subtle, welcome, frequent, quick, linguistic, appreciable, noticeable, conceptual, malignant, planned, striking, developmental, slow, sound, peaceful, continual, entropy

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Book See change used in context: 100+ rhymes, 128 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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