Robert Lollar

City: Carbondale, Pennsylvania
University: University of Pittsburgh-Bradford

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A History of Western Music

realism Nineteenth-century movement in art, literature, and OPERA that sought to depict the reality of everyday life, including common people and their concerns. See also VERISMO. Richard Wagner One of the most influential musicians of all time because of his emphasis on music as the servant of drama, his use of leitmotivs as an organizing […]

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EBP Multiple Choice Questions

The model of EBP collaboration has __________ levels. a. Four b. Five c. Three d. Seven b. Five Justice is the principle of doing good a. True b. False b. False The Nuremberg Code and the Declaration of Helsinki are international guidelines aimed at protecting the rights of human subjects. a. True b. False a. […]

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AP World History Ch. 4 Vocab

cyrus the great (c. 576 or 590-529 B.C.E.); founded persian empire by 550 B.C.E.; successor state to Mesopotamian empires zoroastrianism persian religion that saw material existence as a battle between the forces of good and evil; stressed the importance of moral choice; a last judgment decided the eternal fate of each person hellenism culture derived […]

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world history modern times chapter 10

ptolemy was from the city of alexandria. ptolemy came up with the geocentric theory the ptolemaic system says the universe is a system of spheres one inside the other. geocentric model of the universe geocentric it places the earth at the center of the universe heliocentric it places the sun at the center of the […]

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5 themes of ap world history sprite

interactions between humans & environment technological development & interaction of cultures religious and intellectual state building, expansion & conflict political creation, expansion & interaction of economic systems economic development & transformation of social structures social

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Exam Review for Cosmetology chapter 1 History and Career Opportunities

Which of the following civilizations was the first to infuse essential oils from the leaves, bark, and blossoms of plants for use as perfumes and for purification purposes? the Egyptians The ancient _______were the first to cultivate beauty in an extravagant fashion. Egyptians During the Middle Ages, women wore colored makeup on their lips In […]

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Criminal Law Exam 3

Participants who are involved after the commission of a crime are guilty of a? Separate, less serious offense. Criminal liability is imposed on accomplices and accessories because they? Participated in Crimes. Participants before and during the commission of crimes are? Guilty of the crime itself. Participants after the commission of crimes are? Sometimes guilty of […]

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HIM CHAPTER 6

The process of advising a patient about treatment options is known as a. patient consent. b. treatment consent. c. applied consent. d. informed consent. d. informed consent Sally Smith is admitted to Sunny Valley Hospital wearing a diamond ring. This should be documented on the a. patient property form. b. nursing assessment. c. financial record. […]

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Us History chapter 11 and 12 test review

Mud slinging Making malicious often untrue charges against an opponent Spoils System Practice of appointing people to government positions on the basis of party loyalty Pocket Veto Killing a bill by taking no action on it and waiting for congress to adjourn Nullification Making null and void federal laws calling for raising troops Compact Contract […]

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AP World History Flashcards: Unit 1 (8,000 BCE-600CE)

Neolithic New Stone Age btw. 8000 and 5000 BCE; period in which adaptation of sedentary agriculture occurred; domestication of plants and animals accomplished Afterlife Part of religious belief that you will live again in a life after this one on Earth Autonomy A self-governing state, community, or group Bureaucracy; civil service Administration of a government […]

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Ch.8-11 Enviro

Countries that have completed the demographic transition typically have good use of technology and high per capita income. One of China’s current strategies to deal with its water shortage is to import more water intensive crops from the U.S., which has more water. Which of the following are current limiting factors for future human population […]

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Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction – Chapter 6

What was the Enlightenment? a European movement that introduced new ideas and inventions, A movement of the 18th century when philosophers looked to \”human reason instead of God to better understand man. What is the geocentric theory? belief that everything revolved around the earth What was the Scientific Revolution? A major change in European thought, […]

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AP US History Chapter 2

Nationalism Feelings of loyalty or duty to a country or nation. Primogeniture A system giving all land and inheritances to the oldest male child in the family. Joint-stock companies Groups of people who pool a small amount of their money together toward a common cause. Charter License given to a person or a group of […]

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Psych 7A Chapter 10

When we refer to someone’s intelligence quotient as if it were fixed and objectively real trait such as height, we commit a reasoning error called reification The ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to dapt to new situations is known as intelligence The sort of problem solving that demonstrates \”school smarts\” […]

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Rome: pre republic and republic

Consuls Chief magistrates of the ancient Roman Republic; now an official appointed by his government to live in a foreign city. Patrician Person of noble birth; aristocrat. Plebeian Having to do with common people. Tribunes Officials of Ancient Rome, now any government official appointed to defend the people and their rights. The three historical divisions […]

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American democracy ch5

A unit into which cities are divided for the election of city council members A. Ward B. Electorate C. Bipartisan D. Plurality E. Political party A The greatest number of votes cast for a single office A. Ward B. Electorate C. Bipartisan D. Plurality E. Political party D The people eligible to vote in any […]

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US HISTORY TERMS

14th Amendment It defined national citizenship to include former slaves and prohibited the state from violating the privileges of citizens without due process of law. It also empowered Congress to reduce the representation of any state that denied suffrage to males over twenty-one. Main Provisions: – Prohibited slavery in the United States – Conferred national […]

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Psychology-Ch 20,21,22,23

Senescence: is a gradual physical decline that occurs with age. One of the first visible signs of senescence is/are: wrinkles As we age, the lens of the eye becomes less elastic and the cornea flattens. This leads to farsightedness According to a Chicago study by Laumann and Michael, 2000, adults of all ages were more […]

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The Classical Era – AP World History

Buddhism Belief system that started in India in the 500s BCE. Happiness can be achieved through removal of one’s desires. Believers seek enlightenment and the overcoming of suffering. A path of practice and spiritual development leading to Insight into the true nature of reality. 600 BCE – 600 CE Classical Era Time Period Judaism A […]

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Public Presentations Chapter 5-9 Critical Essay

T/F: The first step in speechmaking is choosing a topic for your speech. True T/F: Outside the classroom, the topic of a speech is usually determined by the occasion, the audience, and the speaker’s qualifications. True T/F: It is usually a poor idea to choose a speech topic that requires research. False T/F: You should […]

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U.S. History Chapter 4 test

Stamp Act March 22, 1765 – British legislation passed measures which required that all legal or official documents used in the colonies had to be written on special, stamped British paper. It was so unpopular in the colonies that it caused riots, and most of the stamped paper sent to the colonies from Britain was […]

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Intercultural Communication: Chapter 6

Perception How you make sense of your physical and social world, how you construct reality What are the 5 aspects of perception identified in the textbook? Perception is selective, Perception is learned, Perception is culturally determined, Perception is consistent, Perception is inaccurate Cultural values the qualities and actions that people consider necessary and vital to […]

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