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3. aptitude, gift, genius, talent, faculty, readiness, skill.

proper, adj. 1. suitable, appropriate, apt, apposite, apropos; fit, fitting, befitting, Brit. Dial, gradely, meet, Fr. comme il faut, according to Hoyle; expedient, advantageous, advisable; just, right, commensurate, proportionate, equitable, equivalent, correspondent; in character, in keeping, suited, adapted, compatible.
2. seemly, decorous, decent, becoming; tasteful, in good taste, dignified, refined, polished, elegant, genteel; stiff, formal, strict, straight-arrow, fastidious, fussy, finicky, finical.
3. accurate, precise, exact, right, correct; regular, usual, customary, accustomed, normal, routine.
4. own, peculiar, distinctive, individual; innate, natural, indigenous, inherent; belonging, characteristic, representative, specific.

property, n. 1. belongings, effects, personal effects, chattels, possessions, Inf. things, SI. stuff, SI. junk; baggage, bag and baggage, gear, paraphernalia, accouterments, appurtenances, appointments, goods; All Law. personalty, choses, choses in possession or action, choses transitory.
2. means, investments, assets, fortune, capital, worth; income, money, revenue, stock, substance.
3. real estate, realty, land, acreage, grounds; yard, lawn, plot; allodium, estate, demesne, Law. messuage.
4. ownership, possession, tenure, hold, proprietorship, lordship, monopoly.
5. quality, attribute, distinction, note, mark, cachet; characteristic, character, feature, trait, trademark, earmark, badge; idiosyncrasy, idiocrasy, singularity; eccentricity, peculiarity, quirk, oddity.

prophecy, n. 1. prognostication, foretelling, prediction; foresight, precognition, foreknowledge, prescience, prevision, presentiment, second sight, clairvoyance.
2. fortunetelling, augury, divination; palmistry, palm-reading, crystal-gazing; horoscopy, astrology, stargazing; dowsing, witching. See - fortunetelling and

divination (def. 2). prophesy, v. 1. foretell, forespeak, augur, Obs. auspicate, divine, soothsay, foresee; read or interpret signs and omens, read palms or tea leaves, tell fortunes, see in the stars; forewarn, Rare, premonish; predict, prognosticate, forecast, vaticinate, Med prognose; project, envision, see in the future, see in one's crystal ball; speculate, guess, theorize, hypothesize, conjecture.
2. foreshadow, presage, portend, forebode, bode, foretoken, point to, omen; herald, harbinger, prefigure, signify, indicate, promise, hint at, intimate, tell of, announce, proclaim.

prophet, n. 1. diviner, soothsayer, seer, clairvoyant, oracle, augur, fortuneteller, prognosticator, forecaster, predictor; palmist, Chaldean, astrologer, horoscoper, astromancer, geomancer, (in ancient Rome) haruspex; prophetess, sibyl, witch; sorcerer, conjurer, wizard, magician, necromancer.
2. conjecturer, surmiser, guesser, theorizer, theorist, hypothesizer, hypothesist; interpreter, reader, expounder, explainer.
3. spokesman, proclaimer, adherent, follower, preacher, publicist, promoter, booster, pusher.

prophetic, adj. 1. oracular, augural, divinatory, vaticinal, mantic, fatidic, sibyllic; predictive, prognostic, foretelling, forecasting, forewarning; premonitory, significant, meaningful; preindicative, foretokening, foreshowing, foreshadowing.

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Horseradish

Horseradish is a member of the Brassica family, like broccoli and Brussels sprouts.
Like other Brassica, horseradish contains significant amounts of glucosinolates— compounds that have been shown to increase the liver’s ability to detoxify carcinogens and that may suppress the growth of cancerous tumors. But horseradish is especially rich in these compounds, providing ten times as many of them as broccoli does.
Horseradish is also said to aid digestion and contains compounds known to fight pathogens in food, such as Listeria, E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus.
Nutritional Facts :
One tablespoon of prepared horseradish provides 6 calories, 1.4 g carbohydrate, 0.2 g protein, 0 g fat, 0.5 g dietary fiber, 44 mg potassium, 14 mg sodium, 5 mg phosphorus, and 9 mg calcium.

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