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halt:
 stop; stand in doubt; hesitate
E.g. Having the sun and moon halt is extraordinarily uncommon.
harness:
 stable gear consisting of an arrangement to an animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart
E.g. The biggest danger beside not wearing your harness is that you can't function properly.
harsh:
 rough; coarse; severe; unpleasantly stern
E.g. This was a harsh blow for the families of missing people who'd waited for decades for news of them.
hostile:
 unfriendly; showing the disposition of an enemy
E.g. The authorities say negative reports on Zimbabwe are a false creation by what they term a hostile Western media.
hurl:
 throw with great force; cast; toss
E.g. I can hurl tennis rackets at small moving objects with deadly accuracy.
identification:
 act of designating or identifying something; condition of having your identity established
E.g. The thief's identification was followed quickly by his arrest.
image:
 visual representation; representation of a person
E.g. The emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone.
immune:
 resistant to; free or exempt from; not subject to
E.g. Still, the company doesn't expect to remain immune from the effects of the downturn.
incentive:
 something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward
E.g. Another incentive is the tax and duty-free importation of raw materials to be used for book publishing.
incredible:
 unbelievable; beyond belief or understanding
E.g. It was an amazing year for female performances and to be nominated amongst them was really incredible.
insight:
 understanding; grasping the inner nature of things intuitively
E.g. This insight is then applied to three prominent proposals.
inspiration:
 sudden intuition as part of solving a problem; arousing to a particular emotion or action
E.g. The theme of the ceremony is Isles of Wonder and draws much of its inspiration from Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
inspiring:
 stimulating or exalting to the spirit
E.g. This is an inspiring campaign and I would do anything to support this.
instruct:
 teach; make aware of
E.g. She had to instruct the students to work on their pronunciation.
instrument:
 tool; one used by another to accomplish a purpose; device used to produce music; legal document
E.g. The bond market cheered such a short-term instrument as traders have been looking forward to trading in short-term papers.
intact:
 undamaged in any way; integrated; whole
E.g. Ironically, the expensive technical equipment seems intact and the weather conditions are perfect.
isolate:
 seclude; set apart or cut off from others
E.g. That research will isolate a large number of antibodies from humans and animals.
issue:
 subject; topic; problem; edition; publication; release; publish
E.g. The issue could be settled by requiring public education for everyone.
jog:
 run or ride at a steady slow trot; give a push or shake to
E.g. I would jog around the ponds, and around them, again and again.
jolt:
 sudden jerking, as from a heavy blow; sudden, strong feeling of surprise or disappointment
E.g. The jolt from the direct hit sent him flying out of his seat and across the cockpit.