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AP World History Vocab 2.2

Mamluks Turkic military slaves who formed part of the army of Abbasid Caliphate in the ninth and tenth centuries; they founded their own state in Egypt and Syria from the thirteenth to early sixteenth centuries Medieval Pertaining to the middle ages of European History Mexica The name given to themselves by the Aztecs Middle Ages […]

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Henretta’s America’s History 8th Edition

Manifest Destiny a term coined by John L. O’Sullivan in 1845 to express the idea that Euro-Americans were fated by God to settle the North American continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean Californios the elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California \”Fifty-four forty or fight!\” Democratic candidate Governor James K. Polk’s slogan […]

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Chapter 15 – Respiratory Emergencies

What is dyspnea? Shortness of breath The most common form of COPD is ________. – Asthma – Bronchitis – Emphysema – Pneumonia The most common form of COPD is ________. – Asthma – Bronchitis *- Emphysema* – Pneumonia A ________ is a collection of fluid between the lung and chest wall that may compress the […]

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Chapter 18 Quiz America a Narrative history Edition Volume 2

John D Rockefeller Standard Oil Company of Ohio/ created a monopoly Andrew Carnegie (Scottish) Steel Promoter, salesman, hr focused on Bessemers Process cheaper/wrote \”The Gospel Of Wealth 1889/ Funded 1700 public libraries American Federation of Labor (AFL) 1886 President/Samuel Gompers higher wages, shorter hours, better working conditions/ affiliated with other unions such as United Mine […]

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AP World History Historical Thinking Skills

Crafting Historical Arguments from Historical Evidence: *Argumentation* Can you identify and analyze another writer’s thesis? Can you craft an effective and persuasive thesis of your own? Crafting Historical Arguments from Historical Evidence: *Use of Evidence* Can you weigh and measure the strengths and weaknesses of various sources and other pieces of evidence? Chronological Reasoning: *Causation* […]

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POLI SCI 102 chapter 1

A belief in the need to maintain economic equality is __ core part of the US political culture. Not a A totalitarian system of rule seeks to Impose its will by suppressing any and all other groups and individuals in society Ancient Greeks believed the ideal __ was knowledgable of, and actively participated in, government. […]

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U.S. History Chapter 26 Review

Long Telegram document sent to the state department that described the mentality of the Soviets McCarran/Internal Security Act act that gave the govt. the power to arrest Communists during a national emergency Klaus Fuchx spy who gave valuable information to the Soviets about the atomic bomb fallout shelters what families built to protect themselves from […]

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US History Midterm Quizlet

13th Amendment abolished slavery in America except for those who committed crimes 14th Amendment all people born in America were classified as American citizens- directed at former slaves after the Civil War 15th Amendment prohibits the federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen’s \”race, color, or […]

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American History – Chapter 7 Test Study Guide

Cotton gin – \”cotton engine\” invented by Eli Whitney – machine that made cotton easier to clean Mass production – the production of goods in large quantities Industrial revolution – social and economic reorganization where machines replaced hand tools and large-scale factory production developed War of 1812 – conflict between the US and Great Britain […]

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Chapter 28 Vocab (World History)

Flapper In the United States and Europe in the 1920’s, a rebellious young women Prohibition A ban on the manufacture and sale of alcohol in the United States from 1920-1933 Speakeasies Illegal Bars Harlem Renaissance An African American cultural movement in the 1920’s and 1930’s, centered in Harlem Psychoanalysis A method of studying how the […]

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Politics Salve

Civil liberties are protections given to people, opinions, and property as mandated by the U.S. and state constitutions. Civil liberties are protections given to people, opinions, and property as mandated by? The U.S. Bill of Rights limits all three branches of government The U.S. Bill of Rights limits which branch(es) of government? George W. Bush […]

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Ch.10 Life History Strategies

The amount of energy available to an organism over the course of its life is finite Trade-offs influence organisms’ life histories Life span (i.e. senescence) , for example, is influenced by an organism’s ability to keep itself going at the expense of reproduction Life history comprises : -the pattern of development and growth -the life […]

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Computing Essentials Chapter 4

The collection of programs that handles many of the technical details related to using a computer is called the ______. operating system Windows most widely used microcomputer operating system and can run with a variety of different microprocessors Mac OS runs on Apple computers Unix used by servers on the Web, mainframe computers and powerful […]

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AP World History Practice Test 1

In most of the early agricultural societies, people had an average life expectancy of 25 years at birth but would live until 50 on average if they managed to reach age 20. These facts primarily reflect A. high rates of infant mortality B. an early age of military service C. income gaps between wealthy minorities […]

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Diseases

health a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being disease an abnormal change in the body’s condition that impairs physical or psychological function — a deleterious change in the body’s condition in response to an environmental factor Hot Zone Public Perceptions Anthrax AIDS Flesh eating bacteria Antibiotic resistance emergent diseases is one never known […]

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AP History Terms (The 17th and early 18th centuries)

Evangelism The Christian practice of proselytization Indentured Servitude Received a free trip to the Americas in exchange for seven grueling years of service. If they survived, they were granted their freedom and sometimes a plot of land as well. About half died before they were freed. Joint-Stock Company A group of investors who bought the […]

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History Chapters 15 and 16

The congressional elections of 1866 resulted in a resounding victory for the Republicans. A.)TRUE B.)FALSE A.TRUE The Panic of 1873 A. began after the Southern crop-lien system collapsed. B.saw Republicans call on Grant to go off the gold standard. C.began after revelations of corruption in the Grant administration. D.was the nation’s worst economic depression to […]

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Art History Exam 2

Kuros Statue representing a boy. Archaic period. Kore Statue representing a girl/female. Archaic period. Doryphoros (Spear Bearer) By Polykleitos, 450-440 BCE, idea of physical perfection, counterbalance of tension and relaxation (chiastic balance), became standard proportions, marble copy after a bronze original Column Columns were used to show openness, power and were an advance in engineering. […]

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World History, Chapter 28, Section 1

What new inventions were created during the 1920’s? Radio, movies, jazz music, affordable cars What is jazz? A form of music that combines African rhythms with Western harmonics Who were two famous jazz musicians? Pianists Duke Ellington and trombonist Louis Armstrong What is a flapper? A rebellious young women who rejects traditional values What were […]

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Chapter 5 quiz-DC WCiv

Which of the following statements about marriage best captures the realities for Roman woman by the first century B.C.E.? They remained legally the property of their fathers. The college of augurs existed to interperet auspices signs sent to humans by the gods Which of the following statements best applies to Roman education: The wealthy classes […]

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AP Art History: Unit 1

1. Apollo 11 Stones Location: Namibia Artist: N/A Date: 25,500 – 25,300 B.C.E Culture: (probably) ancient South African Period/Style: Prehistoric, Paleolithic Material/Technique: Charcoal on stone Theme(s): animal representation, records, Form: An animal that looks like a bovine can be seen on the stone. The use of lines and shape are displayed in the entire figure. […]

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Chapter 20 US history test

\”Normalcy\” A return to \”normal\” life after the war. Red Scare Period in US when there was a suspicion of communism and fear of widespread infultration of communists in the US government. isolationism A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs. The general theme of American Foreign policy in the 1920s. Washington Naval Conference […]

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