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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.