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Vocabulary - SAT, TOEFL, GRE Test Preparation
1.14 jur: to swear; take an oath

Directions: The following questions are related to the words that are derived from the root "jur", which means "swear" or "take an oath". Match the words with their definitions. After you verify the answers, write the words, their definitions, and example sentences using the words on a sheet of paper.
Q 1: Power, authority or control of a governing body, such as a court, school, or police force
abjure
jury
conjure
jurisdiction

Q 2: To formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure
jurisprudence
abjure
jury
perjury

Q 3: The act or crime of knowingly making a false statement while under oath
abjure
jurisdiction
perjury
conjure

Q 4: The philosophy or science of law; A division or department of law
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
abjure
conjure

Q 5: One of a group of persons sworn to deliver a verdict in a case submitted to them
conjure
jury
perjury
juror

Q 6: To bring into being; to call to mind; to command or affect
jurisdiction
abjure
conjure
juror

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