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- 4. Difficulties, challenges, or misfortune faced in life.
- 11. The practice of spying or gathering intelligence, typically involving covert or secret operations.
- 13. Deliberate action to disrupt, damage, or hinder the efforts or operations of an enemy or opponent.
- 14. Essential or vital in contributing to a particular outcome or achievement.
- 16. A person who acts as a link or connection between different groups or organizations.
- 17. The basis, groundwork, or underlying support upon which something is built or developed.
- 18. Encompassing or including everything; overarching narrative refers to the main or overarching story or theme.
- 1. Evidence, proof, or a sign confirming the truth or existence of something.
- 2. The main support or central part of something; figuratively, referring to the fundamental or essential element.
- 3. A coming together or merging of two or more things, often referring to the combination or intersection of different elements.
- 5. The ability to recover, adapt, or bounce back from adversity, challenges, or difficult circumstances.
- 6. The controlled distribution of scarce resources or goods, often during times of shortage or war.
- 7. Relating to society, its organization, customs, and values.
- 8. Of crucial importance or significance; central or critical to the success or outcome of something.
- 9. Absolutely necessary or essential; unable to be done without.
- 10. Not previously or widely known or recounted; not spoken or written about.
- 12. Of great importance or significance; having a lasting impact.
- 13. An outward appearance or imitation of something, often used to refer to a semblance of normalcy.
- 15. Bold, daring, or fearless, often in a way that is unconventional or surprising.
- 19. Celebrated, praised, or given more significance or attention than is deserved.