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Pandora Word Box is part of a series of websites sponsored by OMNI-Net. This site links Medicine and Biology with Humanities, Arts and Sciences. The goal is to stress "Ideas in Words", to be entertaining and replace memorization with a better grasp of meanings. English Word Origins from Greek Latin  Roman Sanskrit History Literature Visual Arts Grasp of word roots and visual fine arts enhances verbal reasoning, and we hope, will help boost verbal and vocabulary proficiency as measured by MCAT LSAT CAT SAT scores and other college tests and entrance examinations. Ideas in words are intertwined with mythology, poetry, history and are illustrated by works of visual fine arts. Notably, genetic and linguistic evolution are closely intertwined as are medical humanities. Ancestral archives of genes and words contain "archetypes" of ideas that may serve as a bridge with the past and may explain modern realities. More about Pandora Word Box...

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