Viola Marenco

City: Austin, Texas
University: University of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences-McAllen

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Pre- AP World History Midterm Exam

How did physical geography influence the lives of early humans? Early humans were hunters & gatherers whose survival depended on the availability of plants & animals Where did the earliest humans originate? The earliest humans originated in east Africa. They migrated to Europe, Asia, Australia, & the America’s How did early humans attempt to control […]

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History 180

Conquistador soldiers, explorers, and adventurers at the service of the Spanish & Portuguese Empires Columbian Exchange exchange of good between East & West; Mostly between the Americas & Europe; unequal exchange- brought in diseases that had a major impact on Americans Ferdinand Magellan Circumnavigated the world; conquered Philippines, but died on his way back to […]

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BJU US HISTORY 4th Edition Chapter 21 Terms

Great Depression The period of widespread pocerty and despair during the 1930s. Public works Government-financed construction of public facilities. Work relief The provision of jobs to those who had none during the depression. Reconstruction Finance Corporation Hoover’s most important interventionist measure. The organization received $500 million to loan to businesses (mainly banks). It helped stabilize […]

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Chapter 4: Ink on Paper

Wikipedia Jimmy Wales developed this online reference site that allows people to collaborate on writing and editing web content. they were barred from the site while Wikipedia staff restored accurate content. When members of Congress modified Wikipedia entries about themselves and their voting records represents the techno-driven environment in which printed media operate today. Wikipedia […]

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AP World History: An Essential Coursebook, 2nd Edition

Parliament … Netherlands … Paris … London … Madrid … Amsterdam … Berlin … Copenhagen … Stockholm … Nuclear family … Gerhard Kremer Mapmaking is a skill that became well-developed during much earlier times, but the Mercator projection was a new one, developed during the 16th century by this man, known as \”Mercator\” (the merchant) […]

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AP World History Ch. 1-4 Study Guide

Amon the chief god of Egypt from Thebes that served to unify the country and strengthen the monarchy Hammurabi Amorite ruler of Babylon. He conquered many city-states in southern and northern Mesopotamia and is best known for a code of laws, inscribed on a black stone pillar, illustrating the principles to be used in legal […]

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Chapter 1 Reading Quiz

The literal translation of Mesopotamia is the land___________? between two rivers The Tigris and Euphrates are known for their? contribution in creating rich soil of the Fertile Crescent. The first of Mesopotamia’s many civilizations was the city of ? sumer The world’s first epic poem was? The Epic Of Gilgamesh The Epic Of Gilgamesh explores […]

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Chapter 17. The East Asian World

Ming Dynasty Succeeded Mongol Yuan dynasty in China in 1368; lasted until 1644; initially mounted huge trade expeditions to southern Asia and elsewhere, but later concentrated efforts on internal development within China. Ming inaugurated a period of territorial expansion westward into Central Asia and southward into Vietnam while consolidating control over China’s vast heartland. At […]

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ap world history chapter 20 key terms

manchu Federation of Northeast Asian peoples who founded the Qing Empire. daimyo Literally, great name(s). Japanese warlords and great landowners, whose armed samurai gave them control of the Japanese islands from the eighth to the later nineteenth century. Under the Tokugawa Shogunate they were subordinated to the imperial government. samurai Literally ‘those who serve,’ the […]

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Final Exam HIM

HIM has been recognized as an allied Health profession since: 1928 The hospital standardization movement was inaugurated by the : American College of Surgeons Throughout the years, HIM roles have: Broadened in scope The traditional model of HIM practice was: Department based The new model of HIM practice is: Information based What evolving role oversees […]

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AP World History (Ways of the World) Chapter 2 Vocab

Teosinte The wild ancestor of maize. (pron. tay-oh- SIN-tay) Stateless Societies Village-based agricultural societies, usually organized by kinship groups, that functioned without a formal government apparatus. \”Secondary Products Revolution\” A term used to describe a series of technological changes that began c.a. 4000 B.C.E., as people began to develop new uses for their domesticated animals, […]

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BISC302: Exam 3 – SimU Text: Life History

Life cycle The series of stages that individuals go through in their life, from reproduction through death. Usually this is represented by a circular diagram with each stage shown, and arrows between the stages. Asexual reproduction A single individual reproduces without sex, producing a clone of itself. Consequently, the genes of the offspring are identical […]

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AP World History Chapter 22 Key Terms

Asian sea trading network Divided, from West to East, into three zones prior to the European arrival: an Arab zone based on glass, carpets, and tapestries; an Indian zone, with cotton textiles; and a Chinese zone, with paper, porcelain, and silks. Goa Ormuz … malacca Port city in the modern Southeast Asian country of Malaysia, […]

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MU 100 master set 4

which of the following statements about the music heard in this audio section are correct this short, thematic motive recurs fifth. short short long. fate knocking at the door musical selection is a theme from a symphony composed mozart adult career mozart left salzburg 25 popular in prague friends with hadyn which of the following […]

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ASTRONOMY 101

1. What is the main mechanism by which the lower atmosphere of Earth is heated? a. Sunlight heats Earth’s surface and the resultant heat is transferred to the atmosphere by infrared radiation and convective gas motions. b. Conduction carries heat from Earth’s interior to the surface where conduction in the lower atmosphere transfers this heat […]

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Cultural Geography chapter 5

Culture a shared set of meanings that is lived through the material and symbolic practices of everyday life. Cultural Geography focuses on the way space, place, and landscape shape culture at the same time that culture shapes space, place, and landscape. Folk Culture the traditional practices of small groups, especially rural people with a simple […]

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HUM chp 7

Pope Gregory was not only a reformer of the Church and theologian, but was the first pope to break free of Byzantine control and establish an autonomous, Western-oriented Latin church. True In Byzantine schools, classical Greek literature was the basis of the curriculum, with much study of the epics of Homer. The pandemic known as […]

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AP World History Chapter 23 (Strayer)

Decolonization 1914-Present : Process in which many African and Asian states won their independence from Western colonial rule, in most cases by negotiated settlement with gradual political reforms and a program of investment rather than through military confrontation Indian National Congress 1914-Present : Organization established in 1885 by Western-educated elite Indians in an effort to […]

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Essay about PSY456 Chapters

Identify the features of a pre logical subperiod seeing is believing, more socialized speech, beginning problem solving Rank the 3 developmental stages identified by Maria Nagy in children’s understanding of death between the ages of 3 and 10 in order death as a stage of ‘less alive’, death as final but as avoidable and lacking […]

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US History Chapter 18 Imperialism

Queen Liluokalani Queen of Hawaii who was forced to give up her throne because of American business interests United States Imperalism belief that the U.S. should take economic, political and military control power over weaker countries Alfred T. Mahan U.S. admiral who supported the growth of the U.S. Navy and colonies overseas William Seward Secretary […]

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Ch 15

Which of these events occurred earliest in the history of Earth? formation of oxygen Which of these events occurred most recently in the history of Earth? first humans Which of these events occurred during the Paleozoic? colonization of land by plants Which of the following options lists major events in the history of life on […]

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Global History Vocabulary Words

Primary Source Text that tells a first-hand account of an event; original works used when researching (letters, journals). Secondary Source Information gathered by someone who did not take part in or witness an event. Monotheism The belief in one god (Christianity, Islam, Judaism). Polytheism The belief in many gods (Hinduism, Buddhism, etc.). Ethnocentrism The belief […]

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