Rebecca Mallory

City: Seattle, Washington
University: Whatcom Community College

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Art History Volume 1 4th Edition Marilyn Stokstad

Gothic art, 1150-1400 16-12 Good Samaritan Window with Scenes from Genesis, Chartres Cathedral (Gothic art, 1150-1400) The master who was responsible for several stained-glass windows in the southern side aisle of the nave in Chartres cathedral cannot be pinned down in the shape of a single artist. Rather, the windows can be assumed to represent […]

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Chapter 3 assessment world history

Mohammed Mossadeq An Iranian prime minister in 1951 who was a nationalist. He was removed under pressure from the U.S. And Great Britain after he took over foreign owned oil fields.He was anti-western and Britain refused to have technicians working for the Iranian National Oil Company blocking the Iranian ports. George Herbert Bush A U.S. […]

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Modern World History Midterm Review

Ptolemy greatest astronomer of antiquity A. D. 100s Geocentric earth-centered Copernicus 1473-1543; mathematician; cleric from Poland Heliocentric sun-centered Kepler 1571-1630; German mathematician Galileo 1564-1642; Italian scientist; first to make regular observations using a telescope Issac Newton 1642-1727; professor of mathematics; greatest work of the scientific revolution Universal Law of Gravitation every object in the universe […]

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AP World History Kahoot

Patriarchy Male dominated society Epic of Gilgamesh Most famous literary work from Ancient Mesopotamia Nubia Civlization to the south of Egypt in the Nile Valley; ironworking and alphabetic writing Uruk The largest city in Mesopotamia Indus River Valley Major civilization of India, near Pakistan. Elaborately planned cities Code of Hammurabi A series of laws publicized […]

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History of Athletic Training

Greek/Panhellenic Games (predecessor to Olympics) Used gymnasti – had knowledge of anatomy/dietetics, used hot baths and massages for recovery Herodicus Most famous Greek AT Considered a physician and AT Taught Hippocrates First person to recommend exercise as prescription for disease who Theorized that movementnutrition Galen Gladiators’ AT promoted diet and exercise abstinence of strong drinks […]

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HIM Unit III, Ch 6

What is the primary purpose of patient health information? Patient care Who is responsible for ensuring the quality of health record documentation? Provider Which of the following statements about the legal health record or the designated records sent is incorrect? Designated records that is determined by the medical staff. Of the following which is the […]

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Biology Final: Chapter 15

What name is given to the most common phenotype in a natural population? wild type mutant phenotype locus genotype autosome wild type What can we observe in order to visualize Mendel’s Law of Segregation? homologous chromosomes separating during meiosis II the behavior of sex-linked genes homologous chromosomes separating during meiosis I sister chromatids separating during […]

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Chapter 9 Study Guide. World History.

1: What was the Industrial Revolution? Increased output of machine made goods that began in England during the 18th century. 2: Which of the following was a result of the agricultural revolution? Many small farmers became tenant farmers or moved to cities. 3: What were the three factors of production required to drive the industrial […]

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APUSH Chapter 9 – The American Pageant

Society of Cincinnati A society established by former officers of the Revolutionary war as a sort of aristocracy in which traditionalism and social status was important. Thomas Jefferson and other civilians thought that this movement threatened the newly formed republic and feared it could turn into an aristocracy so they worked to disband it. This […]

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History A Unit 3: A Union in Crisis

Which war resulted in territorial gains for the United States that caused sectional conflict in the years leading up to the Civil War? Mexican War Which statesman was best known for his ability to foster compromise? Henry Clay. What is one significant way transportation changed in the United States in the first half of the […]

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Biology Chapter 19 Quiz

According to the logistic growth model, what happens to a population when the size of the population reaches carrying capacity? the growth rate is zero An unexpected freeze that kills a population of chipmunks is an example of ______. a density-independent factor If a population’s growth rate decreases as the population size approaches carrying capacity, […]

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AP World History Unit 1 8,000 – 600 B.C.E

Aristocracy Definintion- A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The highest class Significance- Many civilizations has an aristocratic government Agriculture Revolution Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a source among human communities to supplement hunting and gathering Significance- The agricultural revolution allowed many civil actions adapt from hunter […]

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Reunification and Renaissance in Chinese Civilization

Luoyang During Wu’s reign, the court frequently moved East to this location to recruit officials. Xuanzong Leading Chinese emperor of the Tang dynasty who reigned from 713 to 755, though he encouraged overexpansion. Defeated Empress Wei. Kublai Khan Mongolian emperor of China and grandson of Genghis Khan; In 1271, he founded the Yuan Dynasty, and […]

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Medical Coding 1 CH 2-Notes/Histories

4 elements of a history Chief Complaint (CC), History or Present Illness (HPI), Review of Systems (ROS), Past, Family, and/or Social History (PFSH) Chief complaint (CC) Describes the symptom, problem, condition, diagnosis, physician recommended return, or other reason for the encounter stated in patient’s words History of Present Illness (HPI) Chronological description of development of […]

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Chemistry "A Volatile History"

What is an element? An element is a substance that cannot be broken down any further. What were the 4 elements that the Ancient Greek recognized? Earth, air, water, and fire Who was the first person, in 1526, to clearly challenge the Greeks notion of 4 elements? And what elements did he propose? Paracelsus proposed […]

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Personal Finance Quiz 6

5 C’s of Credit character, capacity, capital, collateral, conditions Affinity Card a card issued in conjunction with a specific charity or organization. That group name is on the card and a % of purchases is donated to that group APR on unpaid balance If you are a credit user, the most important decision factor is […]

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music final

opera a drama that is sung cadenza a typical feature of a concerto is a free solo passage without orchestral accompaniment called the all of the above during his music career johann sebastian bach held the position of porgy and bess george gershwins folk opera ____ was far ahead of its time microtonal harry partch […]

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History 1301 Chapter 1- 4

Boston Massacre 5 colonist die and 6 are wounded due to a great folly from the redcoats. Redcoats open fire on protesting crowd after being intimidated with throwing rock and misinterpereting hearing a gun shot as a sign of aggression. Boston Tea Party England sells America excess tea but taxes it. The American’s refuse to […]

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U.S. History Chapter 12 Test: World War I

What were 3 factors that led to the start of World War I? 1. rise of nationalism 2. rise of imperialism 3. rise of militarism What is nationalism? one’s devotion to one’s nation What is imperialism? competition for colonies while attempting to develop countries What is militarism? policy of glorifying military power What did European […]

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Unit 1 AP World History

Complex Society a form of large-scale social organization that emerged in several parts of the ancient world; emerged with the change from nomadic hunting groups to small organized agricultural societies with speacialized crafts, political systems, cultural traditions, and social classes; arose in 3500-500BCE in scattered regions across the world Lucy 3.2 million year old female […]

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Hard History Questions

Lincoln and Assassination Reconstruction What play was Lincoln watching when he was assasinated? Our American Cousin Ulysses S.Grant and segregation Reconstruction What saved Grant from being assassinated? Taking a box car to Philadelphia instead of going to Ford’s Theater White Terrorism Reconstruction What high school did the little Rock nine intergrate to? Little Rock central […]

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CHAPTER 19 – POPULAR ECOLOGY

is a group of individuals of a single species that occupy the same general area Population the factors that influence a population’s density, structure, size growth rate. Population ecology focuses on is the number of individuals of a species per unit of area or volume. Population density of a population is the distribution of individuals […]

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