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Physical abilities

A capacity is a quality or a condition. The physicist, meanwhile, is that linked to the material or the body. Physical conditions are called the conditions that an organism presents, usually associated with the development of a certain activity or action. These physical abilities are determined by genetics, although they can be perfected through training.
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Juxtaposition

Juxtaposition is the action and effect of juxtaposing (putting something next or immediate to something else). The concept is formed by the Latin words iuxta ("next to") and positĭo ("position"). In the field of grammar, juxtaposition is a procedure to combine propositions and establish syntactic relationships between them.
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Casino

The first meaning of the casino concept, which derives from the Italian language, refers to a club, according to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE). The notion, in this case, refers to an association that integrates people with common interests, conditions or characteristics. Continuing with this meaning, the building is called casino where those who form this kind of associations meet.
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Short film

The term short film, which comes from the French word court-métrage, refers to a short film. There is no precise definition of its duration, although it is generally accepted that a film that lasts thirty minutes or less is a short film. Known in the colloquial language as short films, these audiovisual materials can develop the same themes as medium-length films and feature films.
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Prosaic

Prose is a term that comes from a Latin word that refers to that pertaining to or relating to prose. It is therefore called those texts that are written in prose (narrative structure that opposes lyrical.) When looking for the term in the dictionary we find several meanings: 1) refers to that relating to prose, 2) It is used to mention those texts written in prose, 3) if it is said that a work suffers from prosaism, it is expressed that it is not poetic, 4) if it refers to people, it means that they are low-rise individuals or of simple thoughts.
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Broken

Broken is a conjugation of the verb to break: to destroy or to tear a thing apart, to separate its parts. Typically, when something breaks and therefore is broken, stop working or serving. For example: “Can I go to your house to watch the game? My TV is broken, "" I had to go outside with my pants broken because I didn't find another one, "" When we arrived at the hotel, I discovered that my bag was broken. "
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