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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • "There are ways of keeping them in school by force, but it’s silly to force people like the Ewells into a new environment-"
  • The inhabitants of these offices were creatures of their environment: little gray-faced men, they seemed untouched by wind or sun.

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as in: chemical damages the environment Define
the natural world (air, water, land, life) -- often used in reference to the impact of human technology
as in: conditions in that environment Define
surrounding conditions (such as:)
  • conditions in a geographic area
  • conditions that affect a particular activity -- such as business, learning, or raising children
  • conditions that create a certain mood -- such as one of romance or competition
  • conditions that impact a particular computer system, subsystem, or program

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