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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

How change often is described (“________ change”)
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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