Edwin Holland

City: Newark, New Jersey
University: Felician Universit

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AP Art History Pacific

Nan Madol c. 700-1600 CE Basalt boulders and prismatic columns Pohnpei, Micronesia #213 -megalithic architecture -political and ceremonial seat of the Saudeleur Dynasty -used to isolate the nobility of Pohnpei from the commoners Moai on platform (ahu) c. 1100-1600 CE Volcanic tuff figures on basalt base Rapa Nui (Easter Island) #124 -commemorate important ancestors -around […]

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Cardio

The nurse is planning discharge teaching for a client who just received a permanent pacemaker. Which topics should the nurse include? Select all that apply. 1. Avoid magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans 2. Do not place cell phones directly over the pacemaker 3. Notify airline security when travelling 4. Perform shoulder range-of-motion exercises 5. Refrain […]

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History 1302 final exam review

COLD WAR the state of hostility, without direct military conflict, that developed between the United States and the Soviet Union after World War II SOVIET APPROACH TO POST-WAR GERMANY … US APPROACH TO POST-WAR GERMANY … GEORGE KENNAN He was an American diplomat and ambassador best known as \”the father of containment\” and as a […]

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Bio 151 Unit 3

What is the approximate age of the Earth? 4.5 billion years old Approximately when did the earth’s crust form? 4 billion years ago How long ago was the first life on earth estimated to have formed? 3.8 billion years ago How long ago was the first evidence of life on earth seen? How was this […]

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Modern World History Chapter 12: Transformations Around the Globe

Opium Drug that China asked Britain to stop trading because of addiction; Britain refused Opium War Conflict between Britain and Chinese over a trading item; Britain defeated Chinese outdated navy Treaty of Nanjing Ended Opium War; Britain got Hong Kong Taiping Rebellion Effort to make a peaceful Chinese kingdom started by Hong Xiuquan; peasant army […]

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CLHS World History Unit 7 Test Review

Louis XIV Called himself the Sun King, said \”I am the state,\” lived in the Palace at Versailles Evangelista Torricelli Invented the barometer Romanovs Ruled Russia during the age of absolute monarchs Huguenots Protestant Christians who left France during the reign of Louis XIV, causing France’s economy to crumble Laissez-faire capitalism Economic system with minimal […]

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NMBE assessments questions

Antipsychotic that can causes parkinsonian like features. Phenothiazine Haloperidol Trifluoperazine fluphenazine Mental retardation with chewed tips of fingers and portion of lower lip. Serum uric acid is increased. Decreased hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase Marphans Fibrillin-1 No increase in detectable serum glucose but increase in hepatic glycogen Glucose 6 phosphatase deficiency Fat soluble vitamines need what to be […]

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World History Chapter 11 Study Guide

Islam and Women Women of islamic religion had more rights including the right to divorce, be educated, consent to marriage, inherit, and equal spiritual rights Quran Islamic Holy book straight from God allowing it to be unnegotiable. (Everything muslims do is not in the Quran) Hijra An exodus of Muhammad and his followers from Mecca […]

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World Geography Chapter 10 Study Questions Critical Analysis

The conflict between which groups has affected Mexico’s development? The Indian and Spanish cultures How was life changed by the Spanish conquest? Spanish brought their catholic religion and spanish became the native language. How might Mexico be different if the Spanish had never conquered it? Aztecs and Mayans may have advanced Mexico’s development. Mexico may […]

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Ch. 11 AP World History (The Americas on the Eve of Invasion)

Hernan Cortes Spanish explorer and conquistador who led the conquest of Aztec Mexico in 1519-1521 for Spain. With the help of the Indian allies, he and his followers won. Although the Aztec confederacy put up a stiff resistance, disease, starvation, and battle brought the Tenochtitlan. down in 1521 Pyramid of the sun Pyramid found in […]

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History Chapter 2 Review

Assyrian Empire king of this empire developed the first libraries warfare Assyrians were known for their mural pictures that depicted this type of scene modern day England and parts of Africa Phoenicians were thought to have sailed as far as these two places in their advanced ships \”carriers of civilization\” nickname given to the Phoenicians […]

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Ch. 15 AP World History China

Yang Jian Ambitious ruler of northern china; brought all of china under centralized imperial rule once again in the late 6th c. Sui dynasty (589-618 C.E). Like the ruler of the Qin dynasty, the emperors placed enormous demands on their subjects in the course of building (restoring) a STRONG CENTRALIZED GOVERNMENT. Huge work projects, extremely […]

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AP World History Sui, Tang, and Song Dynasties

Kow Tow A ritual prostration in which subordinates knelt before the emperor and touched their foreheads to the ground–tributary system Xuanzang A Buddhist monk who disobeyed the emperor’s orders not to travel beyond Chinese borders into central Asia–his destination was India, the homeland of Buddhism; while studying the Sanskrit language, he noticed that Chinese writings […]

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AP World History Ch 31 WBZ

NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization; an alliance made to defend one another if they were attacked by any other country; US, England, France, Canada, Western European countries UN an organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote international peace and security World Bank a United Nations agency created to assist developing nations by loans […]

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EMT Chapter 19 JB Learning

Hemophilia Disorder that causes an inability to develop blood clots Hormone Chemical produced by a gland that regulates body organs Type 1 diabetes Diabetes that usually starts in childhood; requires insulin Type 2 diabetes Diabetes with onset later in life; may be controlled by diet and oral medication Glucose Primary fuel, along with oxygen, for […]

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APUSH ch. 19

the chinese boxer rebellion of 1900 was directed at all foreigners in china Chester a Arthur supported the Pendleton act as part of civil service reform The man appointed to supervise a major overhaul of the Armed Forces was Elihu root The leader of Hawaii who was forced to yield authority to the American government […]

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JL MC 101 Ch. 8

(T/F) The first newspaper produced in North America was Publick Occurrences, Both Foreign and Domestick. True (T/F) By the penny press era, the average newspaper cost eighteen cents per copy False (T/F) Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World would stage events for the sole purpose of making news to cover. True (T/F) Yellow journalism in the […]

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U.S. History Chapter 9 Test

What does precedent mean? act or decision that sets an example for others to follow What does cabinet mean? group of officials who head government departments and advise the President What does national debt mean? total sum of money that a government owes to others What is a bond? certificate that promises to repay money […]

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Astronomy Chapter 1 Practice Questions

Which of the following is not a general difference between a planet and a star? All planets are made of rock and all stars are made of gas. Our solar system consists of _________. the Sun and all the objects that orbit it A typical galaxy is a _________. collection of a few million to […]

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US History Ch.1-2 QUIZ

When European clergy first read to Native Americans from the Bible about God creating the world in six days, to what were the Native Americans able to read? Many Native Americans concurred with the idea of a single supreme being creating the world. \”Coverture\” refers to: a woman surrendering her legal identity when she marries. […]

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Ap World History 2

Iberians The natives or inhabitants of the Iberian peninsula, where Spain and Portugal are located. Ferdinand of Aragon Along with Isabella of Castile, monarch of largest Christian kingdoms in Iberia; marriage to Isabella created united Spain; responsible for reconquest of Granada, initiation of exploration of New World. Isabella of Castile (1474-1504) married Ferdinand of Aragon […]

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Earth History

Fossil the remains or traces of an organism preserved from the geologic past Index Fossil a fossil that is associated with a particular span of geologic time Superposition (Law of…) a law that states that in any undeformed sequence of sedimentary rocks, each bed is older than the layers above and younger than the layers […]

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