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Shakespeare - Perhaps the most famous English writer and poet to have lived. He wrote 37 plays and 154 sonnets. He lived and wrote in the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods., polycarbonate - A synthetic or man-made  resin/plastic often used in place of glass. Allows opticians to make thinner lenses for people who would have needed thick glasses in the past. Comes from 'carbonate', a type of salt, with the prefix '-poly' meaning 'many'., maximum - The most amount  possible. From the Latin 'maximum' > 'maximus' > 'magnus' meaning 'large', 'lots', 'strong' and 'old'., velocity - The speed of something in a specific direction. From the Latin 'velocitatem' meaning 'speed'., graphite - A mineral that has many practical uses, such as pencil lead. Comes from the  Greek 'graphein', meaning 'to write' with the affix '-ite' used to show it is a mineral., permanent - Lasting forever. Comes from the Latin  'permanentem' meaning 'remaining'.,

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