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Week 5

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albinos an organism exhibiting deficient pigmentation
amorphous having no definite form : shapeless
archetypes the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies
chaise a long reclining chair
climacteric critical, crucial
comrade a fellow soldier
coyote A person who smuggles immigrants into America and they come from any given country for a small fee to cross into the United States
flacking providing publicity
garb outward form
hindrance impediment
implausible provoking disbelief
jig black (usually offensive)
mesa an isolated relatively flat-topped natural elevation usually more extensive than a butte and less extensive than a plateau
mestizos a person of mixed blood; specifically : a person of mixed European and American Indian ancestry
mise-en-scene the physical setting of an action
mongrel an individual resulting from the interbreeding of diverse breeds or strains
Morphology a branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of animals and plants
penitence sorrow for sins or faults
pollero A very hated and notorious person that smuggles Mexicans into the United States of America. Pollero literally means chicken hearder
pulqueria a place that serves Pulque, a milk-colored, somewhat viscous alcoholic beverage made from the fermented sap of the maguey plant
sadism a sexual perversion in which gratification is obtained by the infliction of physical or mental pain on others
semblance a phantasmal form : apparition
tramps vagrant
tumult disorderly agitation or milling about of a crowd usually with uproar and confusion of voices

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