Safety & Community Study Guide

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Complete the crossword puzzle below using the 20 vocabulary words. 

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cemetery a piece of land, usually not belonging to a church, in which dead people are buried: graveyard community the people who live in the same area, town etc.: a group of people who have the same interests, religion, race etc. community college a college in the US that students can go to for two years in order to learn a skill or prepare for university: junior college conscience the part of your mind that tells you whether what you are doing is morally right or wrong: a guilty feeling that you have about something bad you have done conscious aware of, noticing or realizing something: thinking a lot about or concerned about something: awake and able to understand what is happening around you convention center a large civic building or group of buildings designed for conventions, industrial shows, and the like, having large unobstructed exhibit areas and often including conference rooms, hotel accommodations, restaurants, and other facilities: conference center corner the point at which two lines or edges meet: the point where two roads meet courthouse a building containing law courts and government offices disaster a sudden event such as a flood, storm, or accident which causes great damage or suffering; catastrophe: something that is very bad or a failure, especially when this is very annoying or disappointing drive-thru a restaurant, bank etc. where you can be served without getting out of your car emergency an unexpected and dangerous situation that must be dealt with immediately: crisis errand a short journey in order to do something for someone, for example delivering or collecting something for them evacuate to send people away from a dangerous place to a safe place; to empty a place by making all the people leave hazardous dangerous, especially to people's health or safety intersection a place where roads, lines etc. cross each other, especially where two roads meet: junction: corner procedure a way of doing something, especially the correct or usual way: process; a medical treatment or operation safety when someone or something is safe from danger or harm: how safe something is to use, do etc. severe weather warning issued by the National Weather Service when the said weather is already occurring or is likely to occur and to take proper protective measures; usually issued for a much smaller geographical area and usually for shorter more definite time periods severe weather watch issued by the National Weather Service when conditions are favorable for the development of severe weather in and close to the watch area; usually covers a large geographical area for a lengthy time period yield to allow other traffic on a bigger road to go first; often indicated by yellow lights or signs

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