Vocabulary – Paul Anderson
Bright’s disease: noun; a common inflammation of the kidneys named after Richard Bright, the British physician who first described it.
Championship: noun; a series of competitions or contest to determine a winner of all defeated opponents.
Cold War: noun; rivalry after World War II between the Soviet Union and its satellites and the democratic countries of the Western world, under the leadership of the United States.
Conquering: verb; to gain a victory over; win, overcome. Derrick: noun; a crane used for raising and lowering heavy material.
Records: noun; the highest or best rate or amount ever attained, especially in sports.