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Bill of Rights
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Definition
a statement of fundamental rights and privileges — especially the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution
  • When her sister called up indignant and spouting about the Bill of Rights, had Diana thought that her nephew was going to grow up to become a psychopath?
    Part 1 (73% in)
  • He wasn't the kind of dad who showed her how to ride a bike or to skip stones-instead, he taught her the Latin words for things like faucet and octopus and porcupine; he explained to her the Bill of Rights.
    Part 1 (50% in)

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