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  1. formality
  2. consonant
  3. compassion, mercy, pity
  4. blurb
  5. a further audit will be undertaken to determine improvements
  6. boastful
  7. causal
  8. orator
  9. come to an end
  10. nightmare
  11. reed
  12. careless
  13. block/restrain/prevent
  14. insolent
  15. compliance
  16. custom
  17. appalling/dire/shocking
  18. effort
  19. remedial
  20. administrate
  21. conjugate
  22. helmet
  23. Consensus
  24. require/seek
  25. complex
  26. become
  27. improving
  28. norm
  29. satisfy
  30. genius
  31. dissent
  32. studious
  33. argyhoeddedig
  34. inspire
  35. surrender (n)
  36. tendency
  37. slant/ inclination/orientation
  38. general
  39. standard
  40. separate
  41. persevering
  42. devour/eat
  43. peasants
  44. disgrace, disrepute
  45. relentless/ruthless
  46. finger
  47. pride oneself
  48. administrate/administer
  49. concur
  50. exterminate/ annihilate
  51. mercy
  52. acknowledge
  53. inferior
  54. speech
  55. boast (v)
  56. outcast (n)
  57. revive
  58. gratification
  59. purity
  60. snuggle
  61. occupy/invade/sit in
  62. compelling
  63. possession
  64. to disgrace oneself
  65. motivation/stimulation
  66. self
  67. amid/among
  68. consideration
  69. elitism
  70. horror, dread
  71. compassion, mercy
  72. class
  73. insane
  74. even/equal
  75. alternative
  76. unanimity/accord
  77. dissent/nonconformity
  78. uproar /ommotion
  79. effect
  80. memorial
  81. erosion
  82. stunning
  83. praise
  84. yield/relent/surrender
  85. possess
  86. instant
  87. Westminster has those powers
  88. They also have selective memory
  89. boast
  90. empathy
  91. acquire/procure
  92. praise (v)
  93. hitchhike
  94. humour/please
  95. remorseless, pitiless
  96. peninsula
  97. confident
  98. outrageous/shameful
  99. ritual/custom
  100. disgrace, humiliate
  101. satisfactory
  102. persistent
  103. in turmoil (state of extreme agitation)
  104. resign
  105. agreed
  106. did
  107. integrated
  108. uproar
  109. unimportant
  110. stereotype
  111. cynicism
  112. refusal
  113. oneself
  114. web
  115. diligent
  116. shame
  117. medical
  118. commitment
  119. convince
  120. equivalent (n/adj)
  121. conviction
  122. dishonoured
  123. stereotype
  124. hug/embrace
  125. vowel
  126. to coalition it up, ho'
  127. pity (v)
  128. self
  129. unanimous
  130. obligatory
  131. take an interest in
  132. drunk
  133. cynical
  134. among
  135. customs (airport)
  136. southern
  137. wail
  138. causality
  139. reaction
  140. powerful
  141. shear
  142. astute( able to take advantage of situations following assessment)
  143. lazy
  144. oblige
  145. merciless
  146. dirty
  147. chestnut
  148. excitement
  149. demand
  150. comply
  151. prostitute
  152. shave
  153. acquisition
  154. induce/inflict