Brad Bledsoe

City: Jackson, Mississippi
University: Mississippi Institute of Aesthetics Nails & Cosmetology

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World History – Chapter 10 vocab words

Bedouins groups of nomadic people in Arabia Muhammad the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632) Mecca the holiest city of Islam; Muhammad’s birthplace Yathrib Original name of the city of Medina Hijra the flight of Muhammad from Mecca to Medina to escape persecution a.d. 622: regarded as the beginning of the Muslim Era (first year […]

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Chapter 3 Reading Quiz

What practical value did astronomy offer to ancient civilizations? a.) It helped them understand our cosmic origins. b.) It helped them find uses for ancient structures like Stonehenge. c.) It allowed them to predict eclipses with great accuracy. d.) It helped them keep track of time and seasons, and it was used by some cultures […]

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Section 3 EMT quiz

When performing a full-body scan on a trauma patient, you note the presence of Battle’s sign. This is defined as: bruising behind the ear When you inspect a patient’s pupils with a penlight, the pupils should normally react to the light by: constricting A 29-year-old male with a head injury opens his eyes when you […]

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Industrial Revolution – World History

Industrial Revolution A social, political, and economic movement that took place during the 19th Century and created significant change in the countries that went through this transformation Enclosures The process of purchasing large tracts of land and fencing it in to increase an individual land owner’s space to grow crops; allowed farmers to experiment with […]

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HSC 4652 EXAM 3 (8-11)

question The __________ is essentially an amendment to the Federal Labor Standards Act that was passed to address wage disparities based on gender. 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution Equal Pay Act of 1963 11th Amendment to the US Constitution Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964 answer Equal Pay Act of 1963 […]

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AP Art History Africa

question Conical Tower of Great Zimbabwe answer Location: Southeaster Zimbabwe- Shona people Date: 1000-1400 CE Medium: Coursed Granite Blocks prosperous trading center and royal complex stone enclosure probably royal complex walls 30 feet high modeled on traditional shapes of grain silos question Great Mosque of Djenne answer Location: Mali Date: Founded 1200CE Rebuilt 1906-1907 CE […]

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History 102 exam 1 study guide

question Absolutism answer -means a political arrangement in which one ruler possesses unrivaled power – really prevailed during 17th c. and early 18th c. -used divine right to hold claim and used and worked in a patriarchal system so people would be dependent on them -one king, one law, one faith question Divine Right answer […]

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Chapter 26: Recording Information

question If information is purposely omitted from the record, you should: a. erase the notes that are not pertinent. b. accept that sometimes data are omitted. c. state in the record why the information was omitted. d. use correction fluid to cover the information. answer ANS: C Any deferred or omitted portion of the patient […]

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Chapter 5 World History

question Hannibal answer fought Rome moving from Spain through Alps; met head on at Cannae in Italy but forced back to Carthage question Etruscans answer influential on Rome; made it a city; togas; organization of army; overthrown by Romans question Plebeians answer small farmers/merchants/craftspeople who wanted political and social equality with patricians question Patricians answer […]

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World History A Unit 1

question What are 8 key features of civilization? answer (SWAP JOCC) social classes, writing, arts and archietecure, public works, job specialization, organized government, complex religions, and cities question what are the 4 River Valley Civilizations? answer Mesopatamia, Indian, Egyptian, and Chinnese question Where are the 4 River Valley Civilizations located? answer Fertile Crescent, Nile River, […]

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AP World Chapter 32

question Capitulations answer Agreements that exempted Europeans from Ottoman law. Humiliated Ottoman officials question Sultan Selim III answer Wanted to remodel his army after European forces. New European instructors threatened Janissaries who revolted and locked up the sultan. question The Taiping Rebellion answer Rebellion inspired by Hong Xiuquan. Called for the destruction of the Qing […]

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We the People – GOVT 2305 – U.S. Government – Chapter 1
29 Aug 2020 Database

question A system of rule in which the government recognizes no formal limits on its power and seeks to absorb or eliminate other social institutions that might challenge it is called a. oligarchic. b. totalitarian. c. autocratic. d. authoritarian. answer b question Beginning in the seventeenth century, some Western governments underwent two broad forms of […]

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Modern World History – Chapter 7 test

question Holly Alliance answer This agreement between the leaders of Russia, Austria, and Purssia stated that these counties would base their relations wiht other counties of Christian principles. question Robespierre answer This leader became a dictator in France. He wanted to change culture, he tried to erase any sign of France’s past. question Bastille answer […]

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World History AP – Chapter 3 Notes

question Early China answer [ 1200-250 BCE ] – Isolated from other civilizations – China relied on tight-knit *patriarchal families* for land, power, organization ancestor worship – landed nobles provided courts of justice and organized military troops – *specialization of emperor’s ministers* *Imperial Government* : very active in economy and society – managed productions of […]

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AP World History, Ways of the World: Chapter 2

question When did agriculture start? answer about 12,000 years ago question What stage was the world in when agriculture started? answer the Neolithic Age/Agricultural Revolution question What is intensification? answer getting more food/resources from much less land 1. more food led to more people 2. more people led to greater need for intensive exploitation question […]

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AP World History Period 4 timeline (1450-1750)

question 1450s answer Ottomans capture Constantinople question 1453 answer Printing Press in Europe (Gutenberg) question c. 1480s answer Height of Aztec Empire question 1488 answer Dias rounds Cape of Good Hope question 1492 answer Columbus/Reconquista of Spain question 1502 answer 1st African Slaves to Americas question 1517 answer Martin Luther/Protestant Reformation question 1519 to 1521 […]

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American History Chapter 18

question Archduke Franz Ferdinand answer Heir to the Austrian throne who was assassinated in Sarajevo, Bosnia in June of 1914. His assassination led to the beginning of WWI. question Kaiser Wilhelm II answer German emperor during WWI that wanted colonies for Germany. ,Autocratic ruler who symbolized ruthlessness and arrogance to many pro-Allied Americans. He built […]

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Sociology Unit 7 Deviance, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System

question Deviance answer Deviance: traits or behaviors that violate expected rules or norms Usually has a negative connotation in everyday society question Social Stigma answer Deviance can be a trait, belief, or behavior Accompanied by social stigma: a negative label that devalues a person and changes her or his self-concept and social identity Varies across […]

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AP World History Unit 6 Review
23 Aug 2020 Database

question Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Female Citizen answer Written by Olympe de Gouges it was basically a rewriting of the Declaration of the Rights of Man to include women. question Popular Sovereinty answer Belief that people should have the right to rule themselves question American Revolution answer Period when 13 colonies gained […]

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AP Art History Unit 3

question Chavín de Huántar. Northern highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900-200 B.C.E. Stone (architectural complex); granite (Lanzón and sculpture); hammered gold alloy (jewelry). -A religious capital -temple was 60 meters tall adorned by a jaguar sculpture, a symbol of power -hidden entrance to the temple led to stone corridors answer question Mesa Verde cliff dwellings. Montezuma County, […]

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TExES History 7-12

question 1529 answer Spanish explorer Alonso Alvarez de Pineda maps Texas Coast question 1528-34 answer Alvar Nunez Cabez de Vaca explores Texas for trade question 1685 answer LaSalle established Ft. St. Louis @ Matagorda Bay, providing the basis of French claim to Texas territory question 1688 answer The French colony is massacred question 1689 answer […]

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US History Chapter 7 Test Review

question What decade was probably the most critical in our nation’s history? answer 1780s question What was America’s single greatest contribution to political thought? answer the Constitution question Why did the colonists create a weak confederation? answer Each colony was jealous of it’s power question Which of the following principles was most strongly supported by […]

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