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(noun) - the inability to read

(noun) - a person who moves from one country to another to live

(noun) - an item that was produced outside of the country and was brought in to be sold

(noun) - the self-government of a nation, country, or state by its residents

(adjective) - not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free

(noun) - Native American; a person of the native people of North America before the arrival of the Europeans

(noun) - a plant grown in colonial South Carolina for the purple dye it produced

(noun) - a period from the 1860s to the early 1900s during which the nation moved from an agricultural to an industrial economy

(noun) - the growth of machine production and the factory system. The process of introducing manufacturing into countries or regions where most of the people are engaged in primary economic activities

(noun) - a rise in the average level of prices

(adjective) - away from the ocean or open water

(noun) - a narrow strip of water running into the land or between islands

(verb) - to desegregate or open a place to members of all races and ethnic groups interstate

(noun) - a 3,000-mile waterway along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States. Some lengths consist of natural inlets, salt-water rivers, bays, and sounds; others are artificial canals.

(noun) - the supply of dry land with water by means of ditches, sprinklers, and other applications

(noun) - a piece of dry land completely surrounded by water