Misty Porter

City: Hemet, California
University: Newschool of Architecture and Design

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The Glass Menagerie Study Guide

Where was Tennessee Williams born? Columbus, Mississippi. What was one of Williams 1st published work, which was published when he was 16? Can a Good Wife be a Good Sport. Which play was Williams first to be produced and performed? Cairo, Shanghai, Bombay. Williams received his first Pulitzer Prize for which play in 1948? Streetcar […]

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PSY 1A CHAP 1 KEY TERMS

What is Psychology ? The scientific study of behavior and mental processes is called ? What is Structuralism ? What is the early school of psychology that emphasized studying of the most basic components, or structures of conscious experiences called ? What is Functionalism ? What is the early school of psychology that emphasized studying […]

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Rules of the road study guide

How should you handle a flashing red light? Treat it like a stop sign How long must you have your permit conviction free before getting your license? 9months What are the two tests that you must pass before getting your permit Written test//Vision test When will your first drivers license expire In 24months Explain the […]

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Viruses and Bacteria Study Guide (biology)

Viruses Composed of nucleic acids enclosed in a protein coat and are smaller than the smallest bacterium. Can’t carry out respiration, grow, or develop, but can replicate. Has an inner core of nucleic acid, either RNA or DNA, and an outer protein coat. Host Cell A cell in which a virus replicates Bacteriophage A virus […]

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Impromptu Speech Topics

My biggest concern for the future is… Real wealth is never measured in money or possessions. Conservation is survival. Real love is not the stuff of pop songs. If I were an animal I’d be a… Plants have feelings too. Junk food’s popularity relies on marketing. To err is human. To forgive is divine. Discuss. […]

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GLY1102 Topic 24

Stegosaurus has never been found buried in the same deposit as Allosaurus. False The pairs of terminal tail spines and the pointed parascapular spines in other stegosaurus seem to have been the main means of defense. True Scutellosaurus is considered a primitive thyreophoran partially because it has a large number of keeled osteoscutes. True Stegosaurus […]

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Empirical Research Terms

data forms of empirical evidence carefully gathered according to rules or established procedures empirical evidence/observations grounded in human sensory experience false consensus we tend to see the views of others as being similar to our own views (‘everyone thinks like me’) halo effect knowledge-bias based on reputation of people or events instead of evaluating the […]

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Multinational financial management chapter 2

Freely floating exchange rate How an exchange rate is and how it is determined in the absence of government intervention Devaluation Refers to a decrease in the stated par value of a pegged currency Pegged currency One whose value is set by the government Revaluation An increase in par value Floating currency One who’s baliw […]

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JN 200 Final at UA

structural bias news organizations favor certain kinds of new topics voting rights not a protection in the 1st amendment new york times v.s. sullivan first time the court involved the 1st amendment to prevent libel actions and legal case that established the \”actual malice\” standard in 1964 byline newspaper term for naming the author of […]

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Series 7 Municipal Bonds

General Obligation (GO) bonds are backed by the issuer’s _____ and their ability to levy _____ Full faith and Credit Taxes By what types of taxes are state general obligation bonds backed Income, Sales, or gasoline tax, but also licensing fees and fines local general obligation bonds are backed by what type of tax property […]

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Accounting 2001 at UMD

The long – term asset that does not depreciate or amortize is: land Major Company purchased a piece of equipment. All of the following costs should be included in the cost of the equipment EXCEPT for: Insurance costs after the equipment is up and running. Which of the following should be included in the cost […]

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Paper mario the thousand year door (TTYD)

Grubba The manager of the glitz pit and is nice but is actually evil Macho Grubba Evil powered up version of Grubba. Likes to raise stats people think he is on or taking steroids Lord crump Right hand man of sir grodus Magnus von grapple Lord crump’s robot (1st copy) Magnus von grapple 2.o Lord […]

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E.O.L. "Beginnings" Unit Essay Review (p. 84-125)

Franklin overcame the obstacles. He was orderly and had a keen eye for analyzing a situation. He was patient enough with the long voyage. He was fascinated by the stops at different ports as well as the wind when they were sailing. He did not complain about the dwindling resources like food on the boat. […]

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Essay: Conflicts of Law

PA 3 step approach to analyzing choice of law rules (1) the court must determine whether a real conflict exists, that is, whether these states would actually treat the relevant issues any differently. (2) if a real conflict exits, the court examines the governmental policies underlying each law in order to classify the conflict as […]

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Philosophy Final Exam Essay Questions

Compare Heraclitus, Parmenidies, Epicurus, Plato, and Aristotle on the nature of reality. Heraclitus= Heraclitus said that life is like a river. The peaks and troughs, pits and swirls, are all are part of the ride. Like a river, nature flows ever onward. Even the nature of the flow changes. We can’t step into the same […]

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Malcolm X and MLK Essay

Malcolm X belief on self defense (the desire to start a Black Rifle Club) -to have the right to defend yourself, not necessarily shoot or fire -as an american you have the right to defend yourself Malcolm X: \”the problem is solves first by… treating the white and black man equally and that each opinion […]

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U.S. History Thematic Essay 10.9.14

Intro: The U.S. Constitution is a brief document that established the foundation upon which the American government is built. It outlines the framework and procedures of the government and sets limits on governmental power. The Constitution was founded on several basic principles that help to keep it relevant today. These principles include popular sovereignty which […]

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History Chapter 7 Cause and Effect 7.3 Han Emperors in China

Paper is invented Books were cheaper, education spread, and bureaucracy expanded. Government makes techniques of silk production a closely guarded secret. Chinese Commerce expanded, and contact with other countries was better. Territorial expansion brings people of many cultures under Chinese rule. A process called assimilation was invented. Farming was very important (the noblest occupation.) Gap […]

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VN — Feline & Canine Declaw Surgery

Methods of Declaw Surgery: 1. Declaw: The Disarticulation Method This procedure involves the delicate disconnection of all the tiny ligaments holding the third bone in place. The entire third bone is removed in its entirety. What to Expect/Possible Complications • Because the entire third bone (P3) is removed, there is a zero possibility of the […]

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Origami the art of Japanese paper folding

Graceful Moving in a smooth beautiful way Spectacular Amazing to look at Original Completely new and different Achieve Do something successfully especially something that requires a lot of effort Challenge Something that is hard to do or requires a lot of effort Determination Deciding you will do something and then doing it even if it […]

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PH Scale, Acids, and Bases

Base This is a group of compounds that can be identified by their common properties. Tastes bitter, feels slippery, turns red litmus paper blue and it is a compound that produces hydroxide ions/ OH-. Some bases are cleaners, concrete and medicines. Acid These are compounds whose characteristic properties includes the kinds of reactions they undergo. […]

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Physical and chemical change

Physical Change Melting Ice cream Physical Change Freezing water Physical Change Boiling water Physical Change Mixing food coloring Chemical change Burning leaves Physical and Chemical change Digesting food Physical Change Tearing paper Physical Change Grating cheese Chemical Change Fermenting grapes Chemical Change Dissolving salt in water Physical Change Condensing air Chemical Change Corroding metal Physical […]

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