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Things science often describes (“science ________”)
fiction, course, community, papers, technology, news, education, museum, teacher, material, policy, period, associates, library, teaching, gossip, officer, making, scholar, religion, center, colleagues, digest, council, learning, production, master, recreation, techn, culture, engineering, directory, industry, letter, continued, reasoning, camp, idea, division, fact, philosophy, writers, profession, matter, based, kitchen, students, courses, laboratory, sort, inc., depot, reference, sake, the, writer, bit, unit, candidates, lecturer, bulletin, readers, fictiony, park, health, citation, general, lab, art, student, fantasy, proof, laboratories, background, university, reading, awards, adventures, arts, push, parents, fair, dept

Descriptive words:
social, political, modern, natural, medical, physical, cognitive, pure, exact, western, empirical, military, experimental, basic, psychological, applied, true, domestic, contemporary, biological, behavioral, theoretical, normal, moral, mathematical, positive, historical, environmental, practical, agricultural, greek, century, forensic, popular, soviet, elementary, objective, abstract, linguistic, divine, veterinary, elsevier, universal, nuclear, mechanical, academic, classical, occult, dismal, advanced, sanitary, genuine, electrical, theological, astronomical, newtonian, marine, inductive, evolutionary, unified, rational, developmental, descriptive


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