Dennis Jennings

City: Wichita Falls, Texas
University: The University of Texas at San Antonio

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U.S. History Unit 5 Study Guide

What is appeasement and how does it relate to WWII? many countries were not ready to fight against Germany so they did whatever Germany wanted until they were prepared to fight. For example to Munich pact between Germany and Britain What was Munich Pact and why did Britain sign it? It was between Germany and […]

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HWH CH. 17: China, Japan, Korea

Who were the first sea-faring nation desiring to trade with China who arrived in 1514? Portuguese The Portuguese base of operations in China, granted when they arrived in China, was on this territory. Macao Which Chinese dynasty sent a fleet far into the Indian Ocean? Ming The peasant revolt that brought down the preoccupied Ming […]

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American History Study Guide

Three R’s of the New Deal Relief, Recovery, and Reform Hundred Days the period of the first three months of office where FDR created programs to provide relief, create jobs, and stimulate the economy Public Works Program helped provide relief, create jobs, stimulate the economy TVA – Tennessee Valley Authority rescue an entire area, provided […]

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Health delivery systems

HMO act of 1973 Federal legislation enacted by the Nixon administration that provided loans and grants for the planning, development, and implementation of combined insurance and healthcare delivery organizations and required that a comprehensive array of preventative and primary care services be included in the HMO arrangement Financial risk-sharing A concept used by MCOs to […]

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US History Chapter 7 Vocab

Eli Whitney United States inventor of the mechanical cotton gin (1765-1825) Interchangeable Parts identical components that can be used in place of one another in manufactoring Mass Production the production of large quantities of a standardized article (often using assembly line techniques) Industrial Revolution The change from an agricultural to an industrial society and from […]

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US History Chapter 1-11

Puritans Religious group that wanted to separate from the English Church Joint Stock Companies Companies what allowed several investors to pool their wealth in support of a colony that would yield profit. Conquistadors Explorers who were lured by the prospect of vast lands filled with gold and silver The Quakers A protestant sect that held […]

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McGraw-Hill: Discovering Our Past, A History of the World CH. 13, Lesson 1 (7th Grade) Social Studies (Ohio Book)

What is a concordat? an agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country What is fjord? a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes What are missionaries? people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the faith when did Germanic groups invade the Western Roman Empire? The 400s […]

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Survey of US History Exam 1

European Hegemony The domination over others by Europe crusaders/colonizers in the colonial time period. Dutch East India Company A company founded by the Dutch in the early 17th century to establish and direct trade throughout Asia. Richer and more powerful than England’s company, they drove out the English and Established dominance over the region. It […]

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Chapter 1 – "America; A Narrative History"

Who discovered the \”New World\”? Christopher Columbus Who did archaeologists think were the first humans in the Western Hemisphere? Siberians, nomadic hunters. When and how did the Siberians reach the Western Hemisphere? 12-15,000 years ago. They crossed the Bering Strait on a land bridge to Alaska. Where and why did the Siberians go after reaching […]

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Chapter 24 Physics: Magnetism

The source of all magnetism is moving electric charge. The force that acts between a pair of magnetic poles depends on magnetic pole strength. separation distance. Like kinds of magnetic poles repel while unlike kinds of magnetic poles attract Whereas electric charges can be isolated, magnetic poles cannot Refrigerator magnets are typically short range If […]

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Chapter 23 & 24 Test

Speech, worship, from want, from fear What were the Four Freedoms articulated by FDR in a 1941 speech? Italy, Germany, Japan During the 1930s, what countries did fascism and militarism develop in? Have Sudetenland in return for his promise that he would seek no more territory As a result of the Munich Conference (1938), to […]

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BIO 111 Final Practice Questions

A gene pool consists of: a. alleles for a gene that all confer the same fitness b. the total of all alleles present in a population c. the entire genome of an individual of reproductive age d. all of the gametes in a population e. All of the above are correct b. the total of […]

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American history 2 final exam

Abraham Lincoln 16th President of the United States saved the Union during the Civil War and emancipated the slaves; was assassinated by Booth (1809-1865) Jefferson Davis Confederate President.An American statesman and politician who served as President of the Confederate States of America for its entire history from 1861 to 1865. Thomas Stonewall Jackson Confederate general […]

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U.S. History Chapter 14 & 15

Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act established the highest protective tariff. Designed to protect American Farmers + Manufacturers… it failed. Federal Home Loan Bank Act lowered mortgage rates for homeowners and allowed farmers to refinance their farm loans and avoid foreclosure. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) authorized $2 Billion for emergency financing for banks, life insurance companies, railroads, and […]

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Ap World History: Vocabulary Terms 8000-600 BCE

Agricultural Revolution/Neolithic Revolution the succession of technological innovation and changes in human organization that led to the development of agricultural (8500-3500) aristocracy a form of government in which power is held by the nobility. Aristocracy, oligarchy, and plutocracy are sometimes confused. All mean some form of rule by a small elite. Aristocracy is rule by […]

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RMA Pre-test 2

Which of the following demographic information is included in a medical record? Date of Birth The portion of the fee that a patient with insurance must pay at the time of treatment is called the: Copayment HIPPAA compliance in the medical front office refers to: Patient confidentiality EHR is an acronym for: Electronic health record […]

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Chapter 34 Question

The spark for World War I was provided when Gavrilo Princip assassinated a. Francis Joseph. b. Nicholas II. c. Alexander Kerensky. d. Francis Ferdinand. e. Otto von Bismarck. d. Francis Ferdinand. The first total war in world history was a. the Crimean War. b. the American Civil War. c. World War II. d. the Franco-Prussian […]

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AP World History Chapter 6

Teotihuacan A wealthy city-state ruled by a theocratic government Austronesians People who had advanced maritime craft and used them to reach New Guinea and establish societies across the Pacific and Indian Ocean islands Land Bridges Bridges that were exposed during the last ice age. They allowed people to migrate to the Americas, Australia, and New […]

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Art history definitions to 1400

Twisted perspective A convention of representation in which part of a figure is shown in profile and another part of the same figure is shown frontally Heraldic composition A composition that is symmetrical on either side of a central figure Acropolis Greek, \”high city.\” In ancient Greece, usually the site of the city’s most important […]

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AP World History Midterm

Atlantic Slave Trade Traingulare Trade, Lasted from 16th century until the 19th century. Trade of African peoples from Western Africa to the Americas. One part of a three-part economical system known as the MIddle Passage of the Triangular Trade. New World the hemisphere that includes North and South America Plantations Huge farms that required a […]

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World History – Trade Routes

Silk Road – Where they travelled Wound across arid interior of central Asia Profits from the trade made cities along the caravan route wealthiest and most sophisticated in the world Silk Road – goods and ideas (types of item) Luxury items – silk, cloth, gold, precious stones Paper money used to trade called \”silk\” road […]

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U.S. History Chapter 5

means that the colonists didn’t think they should be taxed unless they had representation in the British Parliament What does \”no taxation without representation mean? The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited the colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains The Declaration of Independence What U.S. document included a long list of colonial grievances against British […]

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