The Ear, The Eye and The Arm

by Nancy Farmer

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New Words For My Everyday Language

disheveled- hanging loosely or in disorder.Language: late middle English and old French.Time used: 1375-1425-50 years. synonyms-rumpled,messy


unseen- not seen or invisible. language:middle English.time used:1150-1200-50 years.


unlike, different, or dissimilar.language:middle English.time used:1150-1200-50 years.


butler, chef, or servant of the house hold.language:old French,middle English,Anglo-French.time used:1250-1300-50 years. synonyms-imaginary,invisible.


witchcraft: yes witchcraft is real belief and is practiced so much every week there is a report of people practicing it.synonyms-black magic,voodoo.


praise singing is singing someones or somethings praises.


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Witchcraft: yes witchcraft is real and is practiced so much every week there is a report of people practicing it.

I found my information on the National Geographic website.

Here is the link:

http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/zimbabwe_witchdoctor?source=relatedvideo


Praise singing: singing someone's or something's praises.

I found my information on the Britannica encyclopedia website.

Here is the link:

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/473871/praise-song


The Great Zimbabwe: a country in Africa that was founded in the eleventh century and abandoned in the fourteenth century.

I found my information on the Wikipedia website.

Here is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimbabwe

Science Fiction

Holophone- not a regular phone in shows a hologram of the person like on star wars.

buses-their buses fly over a mile high.

in the year 2194- all new inventions in the future to.

printers-if you can get in to the bank web site (not too hard) you can print money strait out of the account and strangely out of the side of a computer.