discover: verb to be the first to find
The scientist discovered this element years ago. invent: (verb) to think out and produce
Who will invent a better way to stop people from texting while
disinterested: (adjective) not biased or prejudiced; showing no
We all want a disinterested judge to work in our judicial system. uninterested: (adjective) not interested
Gracie is uninterested in that particular field of mathematics.
emigrate from: (verb) to leave one country to go live in another
The Greek family emigrated from their homeland and settled in
Astoria, New York. immigrate to: (verb) to come to a new country or area
These Irish brothers immigrated to Manhattan and established themselves
there in a short time.
explicit: fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated
The troop leader gave us explicit directions on what to expect
during the trip. implicit: implied, rather than expressly stated
Our dadís facial expressions implicitly told us that we should not
behave in the same manner again.
famous: (adjective) well known; having fame; renowned
She became a famous singer whose name was known around
the world. notorious: (adjective) well known; publicly discussed; widely, but unfavorably,
The notorious bank robber had spread fear throughout the city.
Do your longest training runs at least three minutes per mile slower than your
5 K race pace.
You really cant go too slow on long runs, says RW Starting Line columnist Jeff Galloway, because there are no drawbacks to running them slowly. Running them too fast, however, can compromise your recovery time and raise your injury risk.
The Exception Galloway says you should run even slower on hot days.