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Adventure of The Month - Kids and Children

Adventure of The Month - Kids and Children

Author: Amr Al-Hariri, MD

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Developed by Amr Al-Hariri, MD author and a board certified neurologist to help trigger imagination of kids through the power of the word in amazing stories from cultures all over the world.
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The Beast Man - 1

The Beast Man - 1

2019-10-1500:16:35

Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunesThe SAT words which I used today are: Surfeit: an excessive amount of something, abundance or oversupply.Miser: a person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible.Parisian: relating to the city of Paris in France.Stupendous: extremely impressiveAngelic: related to angles, divine, heavenly, or celestialHumiliated: make someone feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self-respect, especially publicly.Recoil: suddenly flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust.Guffaws: a loud and boisterous laugh.Bawdy: dealing with sexual matters in a comical way; humorously indecent.Suspicion: a feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true.Could also mean intuition, feeling, impression, hunch.
Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunesThe SAT words which I used today are:Sobbed: cry noisily, making loud, convulsive gasps.Toady: a person who behaves obsequiously to someone important.Tenuous: very weak Loch: an arm of the sea, especially when narrow or partially landlocked.Debacle: a sudden and ignominious failure; a fiasco.Decrying: publicly denounce.Clamorous: making a loud and confused noise.Grandiose: impressive or magnificent in appearance or style, especially pretentiously so.Aura: the distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround and be generated by a person, thing, or place.Espied: caught sight of.Hue: a color or shade.Obstinate: stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so.
Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunes The SAT words which I used today are:Afoul: having conflict or difficulty withRuddy: having a healthy red color.Dun: of a dull grayish-brown color. Can also mean: Dark or duskDiminutive: tiny, miniature, extremely or unusually small.Agile: able to move quickly and easily.Cunning: having or showing skill in achieving one's ends by deceit or evasion.Frantic: wild or distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion.Irritated: showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed.Mirth: amusement, especially as expressed in laughter.Wily: skilled at gaining an advantage, especially deceitfully.
Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunes The SAT words which I used today are: Prudent: acting with or showing care and thought for the future.Obliged: make someone legally or morally bound to an action or course of action.Brandished: wave or flourish something, especially a weapon, as a threat or in anger or excitement.Ambush: a surprise attack by people lying in wait in a concealed position.Talisman: an object that is thought to have magic powers and to bring good luck.Conquer: overcome and take control of (a place or people) by use of military force.Somber: dark or dull in color or tone; gloomy.Irksome: irritating; annoying.
Support this podcast by purchasing “ War Hero “ or other compositions of Kaden Hariri on iTunes The SAT words which I used today are:Razed: completely destroyQuail: feel or show fear or apprehension.Craven: faint-hearted; cowardly.Lackey:a servant. Could also be derogatory meaning: a person who is obsequiously willing to obey or serve another person or group of people.Gesturing: directing or inviting someone to move somewhere specified by a gesture.Monarch: a sovereign head of state, especially a king, queen, or emperor.Nonplussed: surprised and confused so much that is unsure how to react.Vassal: a person or a country in a subordinate position to another.Quell: put an end to a rebellion or other disorder, typically by the use of force.Bluff: an attempt to deceive someone into believing that one can or will do something.Dour: relentlessly severe, stern, or gloomy in manner or appearance.Potent: having great power, influence, or effect.Deceit: the action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth.Petrified: so frightened and terrified that one is unable to move.Rogues: a person whose behavior one disapproves of, but who is nonetheless likable or attractive.
Cowboy - 11

Cowboy - 11

2019-08-2800:08:00

Cowboy - 10

Cowboy - 10

2019-08-2800:13:41

Cowboy - 9

Cowboy - 9

2019-08-2800:08:53

Cowboy - 8

Cowboy - 8

2019-08-2800:12:21

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Nicole Danielson

Love your podcast. I’m a grown woman & love tapping into my inner child during my downtime. I’ve shared this with as many friends as I can. The narrator is my most favorite out of all the shows I listen to. Thank you for all your hard work! 😍

Oct 18th
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