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ADHOCRACYn. a system of flexible and informal organization and management in place of rigid bureaucracy

The need for informational flexibility undermines old organisational structures: adhocracy takes over as leaders seek to bypass hierarchies.

APODICTICadj. of a proposition; necessarily true or logically certain

It has also been pointed out that the laws in the Old Testament may be classified as either apodictic in form ("thou shalt…" or "thou shalt not…") or "casuistic" ("when a man…, he shall…").

ASPERITYn. the quality of being hard to endure, uninviting or formidable

I dread the asperity of northern winters.

BEATITUDEn. a state of supreme happiness or blessedness

His face had taken on the expression of imbecile beatitude the religious sometimes adopt.

CAPRICIOUSadj. changeable; determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason

The capricious bride-to-be has a different church in mind for her wedding every few days.

CAPTIOUSadj. tending to find and call attention to faults

A captious attitude often causes difficulties in a relationship.

CHOLERICadj. easily moved to anger

Men of the choleric type take to kicking and smashing.

CORNUCOPIAn. goat's horn filled with grain and flowers and fruit symbolizing prosperity; the property of being extremely abundant

This is a time of abundance when bird, beast and insect gather to share the cornucopia.

Vocabulary word - a list of words that a student should learn and                 remember

  Austere: (adj.) severely simple
  Comeliness: (n.) quality of being attractive
  Feline: (adj.) relating to cats
  Glabella: (n.) the bone between the eyebrows
  Vortex: (n.) shape of something rotating rapidly
  Vertu: (n.) love for fine objects of art