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"A down-river lock collapsed, trapping nearly all the barges and delivering a commercial coup de grâce..." The French phrase coup de grâce means a final blow or a decisive stroke. It literally means 'stroke of grace'.

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ARDUOUS is from the Latin word 'arduus' meaning steep. And a steep hill would be arduous to climb

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