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Humanities 1301 Intro to Chapter 4 Critical Analysis

the first indication of the self conscious, symbol making human occurred during the Neanderthal culture The earliest humans attempted to gain control over objects through the use of sympathetic magic According to recent findings, the first people who lived a settled village life based on agriculture were the settlers in what is now modern day […]

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AP World History chap 19

Slave Soldiery based on the Islamic practice of taking artisan prisoners of war and converting them to Islam – great advantage the ottomans because of mass Christian take over Janissaries Enslaving Christian prisoners was an Ottoman innovation. New troops that converted to Islam and allowed for military flexibility. -\”new troops\”-slave soldiery converted to Islam -Yen […]

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Chapter 2 quiz (US history)

Native were fatalistic – see this as the end of hte world – when Europeans come in, they give up the will to live, believing its the apocalypse by 15th century, ____ Africans transported to US 75,000 St Augustine est 1565 oldest spanish settlement in north america why spanish didnt settle a lot in North […]

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olt final

Who was most significant person in laying the foundation for classical prophecy? Moses, Samuel and Elijah When did Samuel begin his prophetic-priestly ministry in Israel? 1100 BC Which prophet’s work involved tending flocks and taking care of sycamore trees before God called him to a prophetic ministry? Amos What is a prophet’s primary responsibility as […]

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AP World History Period 1 Ancient Egypt Vocab

pharaoh A ruler of ancient Egypt. Hatshepsut 1480 BC this Queen came to power during the New Kingdom, forced ruling with her husband and then on behalf of her stepson, Thutmose III. Had herself crowned pharaoh. Wore false beard, usually worn by kings. Built great fueral temple in Valley of the Kings; first female pharoh […]

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US History: Reconstruction

Lincoln’s Plan Also known as 10% plan, it was the most lenient of all reconstruction plans, with the objective of getting the Southern states back in as quickly as possible 13th Amendment Amendment that abolishes slavery Freedmen’s Bureau Welfare agency set up to help newly freed blacks with aid and education. Viciously attacked by the […]

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AP Art History Exam- Terms

composite view A convention of representation in which part of a figure is shown in profile and another part of the same figure is shown frontally; also called twisted perspective. Composition The way in which an artist organizes forms in an artwork, either by placing shapes on a flat surface or arranging forms in space. […]

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Chapter 17 Social Studies- Questions

How is Fascism different than communism? I t favors working class culure and allows a mixed economy. How is Fascism similar to communism? They want to unify the country by discipline. How did Stalin change the government and the economy of the Soviet Union? Stalin abandoned Lenin’s NEP and took \”One Great Leap Foward\” to […]

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Chapter 21

Which is the correct order of major events in the history of twentieth-century communism? Long March in China, Korean War, China’s Cultural Revolution Which of the following statements best describes the establishment of communist rule in China? It was a decades-long violent struggle. Who was the communist leader who led his party to victory in […]

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Crash course World history : Islam,the Quran,and the Five Pillars

In the 7th century C.E. , who did the angel Gabriel appear to and tell to recite the word of god? Muhammad Muhammad’s society was intensely what? Tribal What was Muhammad’s home town? Mecca The nothern part of Arabia was sandwiched between what two empires Byzantine Empire and Persian Sassanian Empire What Muslim holy book […]

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History Quiz 7

The secretary of state of the Harding administration was Charles Evans Hughes. The Five-Power Pact of 1922 dealt with armament limitations. The Dawes Plan of 1924 All these answers are correct. In 1929, a fascist-led government was in power in Italy President Franklin Roosevelt’s sharpest foreign policy break with Herbert Hoover concerned Europe In 1934, […]

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Quiz #1 – Tx Constitution/Federalism

The system of distributing powers between states and central government is called: A) federalism. B) constitutionalism. C) checks and balances. D) separation of powers. Federalism What is the most important difference between the U.S. Constitution and state constitutions? A) The U.S. Constitution contains no checks and balances. B) Civil Rights are not found in state […]

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Geology Test 2 Mastering Geology

Compaction will be the most significant lithification process for which of the following rocks? Shale T/F: Folding and deformation will produce bituminous coal. False T/F: The raw material for coal is dead marine organisms. False Which rock is the most abundant chemical sedimentary rock? Limestone ________ processes such as evaporation and chemical activity can precipitate […]

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Chapter Two: Tracing the History of Sport Management

Growth of the Sports Industry As the sports industry continues to grow, the organizations and their products and services will increase in value along with their domestic and international complexities that accompany their existence Responding to the demands and challenges presented by society for sport products and services is the cornerstone of sport management as […]

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AP World History Midterm Review

Wang Mang a reformist official that took control of the Xia dynasty, tried to confiscate the great estates, restore the ancient well field system and abolish slavery Liu Bang founder of Han dynasty Pericles dominant figure in politics for 30 years, affected democracy in that under his rule, Athenians became deeply attched to their democratic […]

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World History Chapter 15 Section 3

New France French claims in Canada quietly grew while French rulers were distracted by wars at home in Europe revenue income Pilgrims English Protestants who rejected the Church of England compact an agreement among the people French and Indian War In North America, war between Britain and France erupted in 1754. It raged until 1763, […]

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American History Ch4

Headright the right to acquire a certain amount of land granted to the person who finances the passage of a laborer Disfranchise to take away the right to vote Civil war any conflict between the citizens or inhabitants of the same country Indentured servant a laborer bound to unpaid service to a master for a […]

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U.S. History Final Exam Study Guide 1st Semester

Christopher Columbus Italian explorer, sailing for Spain, who reached the Americas in 1492 while searching for a western sea route from Europe to Asia. Columbian Exchange The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and technologies between the Americas and the rest of the world following Columbus’s voyages Enlightenment A philosophical movement in eighteenth-century Europe that fostered […]

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Unit 2 Post Test: 11-21

Which was NOT a reason the North began to lose interest in the Southern Reconstruction by the early 1870s? Northerners were growing increasingly hostile to President Johnson, and no longer wanted to support his agenda. Why did President Johnson deviate from his original plan of punishing Southern aristocrats by making it difficult for states to […]

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AP World History- Chinese Dynasties

Shang Dynasty The 1st Chinese Dynasty. Ruled from 1766 to 1122 BCE. The development of the written Chinese. Oracle bones were used to write questions or predictions about the future. Zhou Dynasty The 2nd Chinese Dynasty. Mandate of Heaven Placed great emphasis on Ancestor Veneration Strong elite ruling class Lost control of empire- Warring States […]

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AP World History- Chapter 1 Vocab

Hunting and gathering means of obtaining subsistence by humans before the mastery of sedentary agriculture; normally typical of tribal social organization Civilization societies with reliance on sedentary agriculture, ability to produce food surpluses, and existence of nonfarming elites, along with merchant and manufacturing groups Paleolithic the OLD STONE AGE ending in 12,000 B.C.E.; typified by […]

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Essay on The complete health history

Purpose of complete health history * collect subjective data * combing subjective data w/ objective data from the physical exam & diagnostic tests, you create a database to make a judgement about the person’s health status * 8 categories Sick patients health history includes a detailed, chronological record of the health problem All patients * […]

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