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  1. providence prudence and care exercised in the management of resources
  2. privateness the condition of being concealed or hidden
  3. private line a telephone line serving a single subscriber
  4. provident giving something useful for the future
  5. private road a road leading up to a private house
  6. private eye someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information
  7. Providence the capital and largest city of Rhode Island
  8. privation the act of stripping someone of food, money, or rights
  9. private confined to particular persons or groups
  10. privateer a ship commissioned to prey on other ships
  11. privatize move away from governmental or public ownership or control
  12. privately kept private or confined to those intimately concerned
  13. privatise change from governmental to private control or ownership
  14. privilege a special advantage or benefit not enjoyed by all
  15. private nuisance a nuisance that interferes with your interest in and private use and enjoyment of your land
  16. derivative a compound obtained from another compound
  17. riveting capable of arousing and holding the attention
  18. Porto Novo the capital of Benin in southwestern part of country on a coastal lagoon
  19. private school a school established and controlled privately and supported by endowment and tuition
  20. provitamin A an orange isomer of an unsaturated hydrocarbon found in many plants; is converted into vitamin A in the liver