Margaret Bruce

City: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
University: University of South Carolina-Beaufort

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world history chapter 19

analyze why life changed as the industrial spread -worked with handmade tools -made own clothes -grew own food -villages started to grow into towns and cities -those who lived in towns and cities bought their clothes and food summarize how an agricultural revolution led to the growth of industry -farming methods improved -population multiples -enclosure […]

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Personal Finance Credit Basics

To answer the essay test question about he meaning of open-end credit, Ryan should include? Credit extended in advance so you don’t have to apply again Which statement should be included in description of closed end credit? Equal payments on a regular basis so loan is repaid Edward wants to develop a positive credit history. […]

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World History: Chapter 7 China’s First Empire 221 B.C.E.- 589 C.E.

Many Chinese believed that Laozi had brought Buddhism to India because A) the Buddha had been a disciple of Laozi’s. B) Buddhism was inferior to Daosim. C) Buddhism and Daoism had significant similarities. D) Buddhism had originated in China. C) Buddhism and Daoism had significant similarities. Confucian ideas were considered useful under the Former Han […]

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Astronomy Chapter 23 Sorting Task

Although we can divide the history of the universe into many distinct \”eras,\” sometimes it’s useful just to have a broad perspective on what events occurred in the very early universe and what events occurred later. Listed following are events that occurred either before or after the first five minutes in the history of the […]

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US History II Chapter 30 Vocab

French Indochina War France’s attempt to reestablish its rule in Vietnam after WWII Ho Chi Minh led Vietnamese revolutionaries who fled to China – helped create the Indochinese Communist Party – continued to orchestrate Vietnam’s growing independence movement Vietminh organization whose goal it was to win Vietnam’s independence from foreign rule Domino Theory Eisenhower likened […]

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World history chapter 29 section 1 2 3 4

Militarism a political orientation of a people or a government to maintain a strong military force and to be prepared to use it aggresively to defend or promote national interests Triple alliance An alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy in the years before WWI. Kaiser Wilhelm II was the Kaiser of Germany at the time […]

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ap world history: chapter 14 quiz

what in Muhammad’s background may have influenced his acceptance of monotheism? Muhammad was engaged in long-distance trade and he came in contact with monotheists according to Islamic tradition, how was the Quran compiled? revelations from Allah to Muhammad in what way did the expansion of the Islamic faith progress through the rest of the Arab […]

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Tomb of the Triclinium

Tomb of the Triclinium Name 480 – 470 BCE Date na Artist n/a Patron Etruscan Period Tarquinia, Italy Locations The tombs are intended to contain not only the remains of the deceased but also various grave goods or offerings deposited along with the deceased. The main painted scene is meant to represent the celebration of […]

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Exploring Music Ch. 17-22

octave interval spanning 8 notes of the scale half steps the smallest interval used in Western music; divides the octave into 12 of these whole step two half steps chromatic scale made up of 12 half steps; used by Romantic-era composers to charge the music with emotion diatonic scale built on patterns of seven whole […]

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Chapter 19 – Endocrine and Hematologic Emergencies

Insulin shock will MOST likely develop if a patient: A. takes too much of his or her prescribed insulin. B. markedly overeats and misses an insulin dose. C. eats a regular meal followed by mild exertion. D. misses one or two prescribed insulin injections. A. takes too much of his or her prescribed insulin. 2. […]

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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 3 Terms

Calvin Religious Leader / Elaborated Luther’s ideas in Institutes of the Christian Religion; God is All Powerful & All Knowing Calvinism Theology of John Calvin & his followers emphasizing Omnipotence of God and Salvation by Grace Alone Institutes of the Christian Religion Work by John Calvin that described to the world the ideology of Calvinism […]

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AP World History Ways

Yellow Turban Rebellion A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachings that began in 184 CE with the goal of establishing a new golden age of equality and harmony. Wudi The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese civil service system with the establishment in 124 BCE of an imperial academy for […]

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Chapter 19

in the late 19th century the most striking feature of the american party system was its remarkable stability an examination of american voters in the late 19th century reveals a voter turnout for both presidential and nonpresidential elections was very high in the late 19th century democrats tended to attract the greater numbers of catholics […]

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ATI Introduction Pharmacology

A health care professional is explaining the adverse effects of digoxin (Lanoxin) to a patient. Which of the following is an adverse effect of the drug? Cardiac dysrhythmias A health care professional is caring for a patient who is hospitalized with chest pain. Patient instruction about drug and discharge planning should begin as soon as […]

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AP World History Chapter 2 Vocabulary

Code of Hammurabi A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of Babylon. A number of laws that proclaim the king’s commitment to social order. cradle of civilization Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia cuneiform Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay tablets; used in Mesopotamia around 3100 BCE […]

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Cultural Geo

Culture Culture is a particular way of life, such as a set of skilled activities, values, and meaning surrounding a particular type of economic practice. Culture is a set of classical standards and aesthetic excellence. The term culture describes the range of activities that characterize a particular group. Culture is a shared set of meanings […]

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CSET Multiple Subjects – History and Social Science Vocabulary

Aqueduct A man-made channel constructed to convey water from one location to another Bear Flag Revolt A brief attempt at the beginning of the Mexican-American War to establish an independent California republic Bushido The code of knights in feudal Japan, the equivalent of chivalry in Europe California’s Mission System A \”sacred expedition\” in which twenty-one […]

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Church History in the Fulness of Times Ch1

Nero The first notable Roman persecution occurred during the reign of Nero, who made the Christians the scapegoat for the burning of Rome in AD 64. Diocletian The Romans sporadically attacked the church until the reign of Diocletian (AD 284-305). Diocletian determined to destroy everything that was not pagan as un-Roman. Churches were destroyed, scriptures […]

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Art History: Midterm Exam

Bull Leaping, from the palace complex at Knossos, Crete, c. 1500-1450 BCE, fresco (Minoan Art) Woman or Goddess with Snakes, from the palace complex at Knossos, c. 1600 BCE, faïence (Minoan Art) West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, 470-56 BCE (Classical Greek Art) Polykleitos, Doryphoros, marble copy of a bronze original of […]

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Life Has A History; Evolution

How many different species of living things exist today? 30 million Which group of animals has the largest number of species? Anthropods How many mammal species exist today? 4,600 Most abundant organisms to least abundant Anthropods, Molluscs, Roundworms, Flatworms, Mammals What is biodiversity? the many different types of organisms that exist 470 Million Years Ago: […]

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AP World History Chapter 11

Teotihuacan The major city in Mesoamerica around the seventh century C.E. Teotihuacan was the center for cultural and religious activities. Chinampas Small, artificial islands used by ancient Mesoamericans for agriculture. The chinampas allowed crops to be produced year-round. Maya The major civilization in Southern Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula from 150 B.C.E. to 900 C. […]

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HIS101 Chapter 1 Analysis

For administrative purposes in the Old Kingdom, Egypt was divided into provinces called nomes and governed by nomarchs. Originally the Osiris cult was reserved for the wealthy who could afford preservation of the body. In comparison to Mesopotamian society, Egyptian society was more rural. Akhenaten is best known for his unsuccessful attempt to reform Egypt’s […]

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