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The Interpreter’s Discovery
Chapter 1: Quest For The Obscure Looking Glass
CONCEPT TERMINOLOGY
quest  
n.
1.
The act or an instance of seeking or pursuing something; a search.
2. An expedition undertaken in medieval romance by a knight in order to perform a prescribed feat: the quest for the Holy Grail.
3. Archaic. A jury of inquest.

seek
v. sought, (sôt) seek·ing, seeks   / v. tr.
1.
To attempt to locate or discover; search for.
2.
To endeavor to obtain or reach: seek a college education.
3.
To go to or toward: Water seeks its own level.
4. To inquire for; request: seek directions from a police officer.

search  
v. searched, search·ing, search·es   / v. tr.
1.
To make a thorough examination of; look over carefully in order to find something; explore.
2. To make a careful examination or investigation of; probe: search one's conscience for the right solution to the problem.
3. Law. To make a thorough check of (a legal document); scrutinize: search a title.
4.
a.
To examine in order to find something lost or concealed.
b. To examine the person or personal effects of in order to find something lost or concealed.
5. To come to know; learn.

dis·cov·er 
tr.v. dis·cov·ered, dis·cov·er·ing, dis·cov·ers
1. To notice or learn, especially by making an effort: got home and discovered that the furnace wasn't working.
2.
a. To be the first, or the first of one's group or kind, to find, learn of, or observe.
b.
To learn about for the first time in one's experience: discovered a new restaurant on the west side.
3. To learn something about: discovered him to be an impostor; discovered the brake to be defective.
4. To identify (a person) as a potentially prominent performer: a movie star who was discovered in a drugstore by a producer.
5.
Archaic. To reveal or expose.

ob·scure  
adj. ob·scur·er, ob·scur·est
1. Deficient in light; dark.
2.
a. So faintly perceptible as to lack clear delineation; indistinct.
b.
Indistinctly heard; faint.
c. Linguistics. Having the reduced, neutral sound represented by schwa ( ).
3.
a. Far from centers of human population: an obscure village.
b. Out of sight; hidden: an obscure retreat.
4. Not readily noticed or seen; inconspicuous: an obscure flaw.
5. Of undistinguished or humble station or reputation: an obscure poet; an obscure family.
6.
Not clearly understood or expressed; ambiguous or vague.

smoke  
n.
1. The vaporous system made up of small particles of carbonaceous matter in the air, resulting mainly from the burning of organic material, such as wood or coal.
2. A suspension of fine solid or liquid particles in a gaseous medium.
3. A cloud of fine particles.
4.
Something insubstantial, unreal, or transitory.
5.
a.
The act of smoking a form of tobacco: went out for a smoke.
b. The duration of this act.
6. Informal. Tobacco in a form that can be smoked, especially a cigarette: money to buy smokes.
7. A substance used in warfare to produce a smoke screen.
8.
Something used to conceal or obscure.
9. Hue Descriptive.  A pale to grayish blue to bluish or dark gray.

mir·ror
n.
1.
A surface capable of reflecting sufficient undiffused light to form an image of an object placed in front of it.
Also called looking glass.

2.
Something that faithfully reflects or gives a true picture of something else.
3.
Something worthy of imitation.

in·ter·pret·er  
n.
1.
One who translates orally from one language into another.
2.
One who gives or expounds an interpretation: “An actor is an interpreter of other men's words, often a soul which wishes to reveal itself to the world” (Alec Guinness).
3. Computer Science. A program that translates an instruction into a machine language and executes it before proceeding to the next instruction.

pre·dict 
v. pre·dict·ed, pre·dict·ing, pre·dicts
v. tr.
1.
To state, tell about, or make known in advance, especially on the basis of special knowledge.
v. intr.
2. To foretell something; prophesy.

proph·et 
n.
1. A person who speaks by divine inspiration or as the interpreter through whom the will of a god is expressed.
2. A person gifted with profound moral insight and exceptional powers of expression.
3. A predictor; a soothsayer.
4. The chief spokesperson of a movement or cause.
5.
a. Biblical reference - Prophets (used with a sing. or pl. verb) The second of the three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures, comprising the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Twelve. Used with the. 
b. Prophet One of the prophets mentioned in the Bible, especially one believed to be the author of one of these books. Used with the.
6. Prophet Islam. Muhammad. Used with the.

DATA RESEARCH: Dictionary.com
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