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24
May 2016

The Twelve Sisters - Part 2 - Myths of The World

 

For Children: Adventure, enchantment, romance, magic, princes and princesses in these stories of 1001 nights.
For Parents: Enhance your child brain imagination ability by focusing on auditory stimulation through audio books specifically developed by Amr Al-Hariri, MD Board certified neurologist in Orange County with focus on Headache and Memory 
These stories are written by cultures all over the world, refined over many generations of story telling. They are amazing adventures with powerful values and invaluable lessons.
You can support this podcast by purchasing the book that containes most of these stories from Amazon: Fairy Tales for Brain Development

For more of out products visit our website: www.Cerebrotopia.Com

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29
May 2017

Story 20 - The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor - 1001 Nights

For Children: Adventure, enchantment, romance, magic, princes and princesses in these stories of 1001 nights.
For Parents: Enhance your child brain imagination ability by focusing on auditory stimulation through audio books specifically developed by Amr Al-Hariri, MD Board certified neurologist in Orange County with focus on Headache and Memory 
These stories are written by cultures all over the world, refined over many generations of story telling. They are amazing adventures with powerful values and invaluable lessons.
You can support this podcast by purchasing the book that containes most of these stories from Amazon: Fairy Tales for Brain Development

For more of out products visit our website: www.Cerebrotopia.Com

 

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30
Sep 2018

White Hare -1

Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunes

 

The SAT words which I used today are:

Grandiose: pompous, pretentious

Gargantuan: gigantic

Monastery: a building or buildings occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows.

Reiterate: say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity

Aghast: filled with horror or shock

Lurid: very vivid in color, especially so as to create an unpleasantly harsh or unnatural effect.

Ambrosia: the food of the gods.

 

30
Oct 2018

White Hare - 2

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The SAT words which I used today are:

 

Appraise: assess the value or quality of.

Infirmity: physical or mental weakness

Fertilized: cause (an egg, female animal, or plant) to develop a new individual by introducing male reproductive material.make (soil or land) more fertile or productive by adding suitable substances to it.

Aura: the distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround and be generated by a person, thing, or place.

Diabolical: belonging to or so evil as to recall the Devil.

Recoil: suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust.

Frankincense: an aromatic gum resin obtained from an African tree and burned as incense.

Petrified: so frightened that one is unable to move; terrified.

Polluted:contaminate (water, air, or a place) with harmful or poisonous substances.

Luscious: having a pleasingly rich, sweet taste.

Predatory: relating to or denoting an animal or animals preying naturally on others.

Treacherous: hazardous because of presenting hidden or unpredictable dangers

30
Nov 2018

White Hare -3

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The SAT words which I used today are:

Pert: attractively lively

Ferociously: savagely fierce, cruel, or in a violent manner.

Foliage: trees and plant leaves

Behemoth: a huge or monstrous creature

Piteously: merciful, compassionate, moved to pity

Conclusively: in a decisive way that has the effect of proving a case.

Recounted: give an account of an event or experience

Despair: the complete loss or absence of hope.

Studious: done deliberately or with a purpose in mind

Maleficent: wicked, prone to evil

30
Dec 2018

White Hare - 4

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The SAT words which I used today are:

Alchemy: the medieval forerunner of chemistry, based on the supposed transformation of matter. It was concerned particularly with attempts to convert base metals into gold or to find a universal elixir.

Exorcism: the expulsion or attempted expulsion of an evil spirit from a person or place.

Divination: the practice of seeking knowledge of the future or the unknown by supernatural means.

Profound: very great or intense

Haggard: looking exhausted and unwell, especially from fatigue, worry, or suffering

Threadbare: becoming thin and tattered with age.

Swarthy: dark-skinned, olive-skinned, dusky, tanned.

Futile: incapable of producing any useful result; pointless.

Gluttonous: excessively greedy, piggish.

30
Jan 2019

White Hare - 5

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These are the SAT words of today:

Palliate: make (a disease or its symptoms) less severe or unpleasant without removing the cause.

Quarry: a place, typically a large, deep pit, from which stone or other materials are or have been extracted

Profound: very great or intense.

Merciful: showing or exercising mercy.

Sage: an aromatic plant with grayish-green leaves that are used as a culinary herb, native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean.

Coursed: move without obstruction; flow.

Lance: a long weapon for thrusting, having a wooden shaft and a pointed steel head, formerly used by a horseman in charging.

Cornucopia: a symbol of plenty, consisting of a goat's horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn.

Incantations: a series of words said as a magic spell or charm.

Terminate: bring to an end.

Venerable: accorded a great deal of respect, especially because of age, wisdom, or character.

Supplicated: ask or beg for something earnestly or humbly.

Awe: a feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder.

Euphoria: a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness

Sublime: of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe

ENVENOM: put poison or make poisonous

Knickknack: a small worthless object, especially a household ornament.

28
Feb 2019

White Hare - 6

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The SAT words of the day are:

Tribulations: a cause of great trouble or suffering

Noxious: harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant.

Luminous: full of or shedding light; bright or shining, especially in the dark.

Levitate: rise or cause to rise and hover in the air, especially by means of supernatural or magical power.

Tremor: an involuntary quivering movement.

Rebuke: express sharp disapproval or criticism

Entrails: a person or animal's intestines or internal organs, especially when removed or exposed.

Vanquish: defeat thoroughly

Flotsam: the wreckage of a ship or its cargo found floating. Another meaning is: people or things that have been rejected and are regarded as worthless.