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Conjunction

Conjunction, from the Latin coniunctĭo, is a meeting or union. Specifically, this Latin word is made up of three clearly delimited parts: the prefix "con-", which is synonymous with "completely"; the word "iugum", which is equivalent to "yoke", and finally the suffix "-ción", which can be translated as "action and effect".
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Chemotaxis

Chemotaxis is the reaction of some cells to the concentration of certain chemical agents in the environment. This phenomenon allows, for example, a bacterium to go to the area where there is a greater amount of food substances and to move away from the place where there are toxic elements.
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News

Derived from the Latin notitĭa, the concept of news gives its name to the content of information that has never been communicated before. In other words, the news constitutes a new knowledge or knowledge. In the mass media, news means a text or testimony that allows the public to be aware of a novel, recent or unusual episode that has developed in a specific community or in a particular context, which merits its diffusion.
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Toilet

The first meaning of toilet mentioned by the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) refers to what lacks smell. The term comes from the Latin word inodōrus. The sensation that an effluvium generates in smell is called the smell. The toilet, therefore, does not produce such an impression: it has no aroma or fragrance.
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Intimate

Intimate, from Latin intĭmus, is what pertains or is related to intimacy. This concept refers to the abstract zone that an individual reserves for a limited group of people, such as his family and friends. Although intimacy has no precise limits, it can be said that all the acts and feelings that are desired to be kept out of public reach enter there.
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Developing

If we read the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), we will find that the development is linked to the action of developing or the consequences of this action. It is necessary, therefore, to trace the meaning of the verb to develop: it is about increasing, enlarging, extending, expanding or increasing some characteristic of something physical (concrete) or intellectual (abstract).
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