William Hopper

City: Skykomish, Washington
University: The Evergreen State College

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AP World History 1450-1750 Vocab

Absolute Monarch ruler with complete control over the government and the lives of the people. Agrarian relating to land; relating to the management or farming of land Atheists Not believing in god Capitalism an economic system based on private ownership of capital Cash Crop a readily sellable crop that is grown and gathered for the […]

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China History

Xia, shang, zhou, qin, han, sui, tang, song, yuan, ming, qing, republic, people’s republic of China Name the dynasties in order including Xia. Xia Name the dynasty: They were thought to be legendary, but really weren’t. Had the Sage Kings. Shang Name the dynasty: Used oracle bones to predict the future. Had a lot of […]

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Chapter 12 Test Review World History

Origin of feudalism After the fall of Charlemagne’s empire, disorder and uncertainty plagued western Europe so people turned to powerful landholders who, in exchange for for certain services, would provide that security;. feudalism it was a way of life based upon the ownership and use of land. fief feudal system of the Middle Ages centered […]

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Chapter 5: Intimacy

Intimacy emotional connection. NOT the same as sex. Sex is an expression of intimacy and is sometimes connected. NOT selfish. about the other person. collectivist cultures intimacy individuals define their identity in terms of relationships they hold with others. looking out for the good of others, family, community individualist cultures intimacy individual goals are promoted […]

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Glencoe World History Chapter 19: Industrialization and Nationalism

Enclosure movement * In Great Britain in the 1700s, this Parliamentary decree allowed fencing off of common lands, forcing many peasants to move to town. Capital * Money available for investment Entrepreneur * a person interested in finding new business opportunities and new ways to make profits Cottage Industry* a method of production in which […]

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US History- Chapter 19 Test Study Guide

Central Powers mainly Germany and Austria-Hungary Allies France,Britain,Russia and later the United States Militarism policy of aggressively building up a nation’s armed forces Mobilization readying of troops for war Zimmermann Note German telegraph offering an alliance with Mexico Archduke Ferdinand assassination by Serbian nationalists triggered WWI Preparedness Movement Advocates argued that the US should strength […]

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Analyze the Ch 16 Essay

3 sections of the small intestine (explain duodenum-where digestive juices from the pancrese and liver mix together, releases amylase(responsible for breaking down starches into sugar) jejunum-major role in the absorption of digestive products,compromises much of the surface area of the small intestine and does much of the work ileum- Adomnial cavity contains(3 things) -Gastrointestinal system […]

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Medical Documentation and the Electronic Health Record

ARRA American Recovery and Reinvestment Act C level of history or examination comprehensive [level of history or examination] CC chief complaint CCU coronary care unit D level of history or examination detailed dx/Dx diagnosis ED/ER emergency department or emergency room EHR electronic health record E/M service evaluation and management EMR electronic medical record EPF level […]

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AP US History Unit 1

Walter Raleigh Founder of England’s first American colony. (Roanoke, it failed) Elizabeth I English Queen during golden age. Reestablished Protestantism as the state religion of England and she led the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Treaty of Tordesillas a 1494 agreement between Portugal and Spain, declaring that newly discovered lands to the west of an […]

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Modern World History Chapter 5 Test

Charles V This Spanish monarch controlled Spain, American colonies, parts of Italy, lands in Austra, Spanish Netherlands, and the Holy Roman Empire in the mid-1500s. Peace of Augsburg This allowed German Luther princes to choose their own religion. Reconquista This was the campaign to drive Muslims out of Spain by the Catholic monarch. Escorial Philip […]

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Earth Science 8.5 The Geologic Time Scale

Geologic Time Scale A record of the life forms and geologic events in Earth’s history. Era The three long units between Precambrian Time and the present Period Subdivisions of eras Invertibrate Animals without backbones Vertibrate Animals with backbones Amphibian Animal that lives part of it’s life in water and parts of it’s life on land. […]

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Government final CH. 11

A plebiscite is a popular vote on national policy issues Regarding the impact of the public in American national decision making, the founders wanted a system legitimated by the public but also protected from the possible dangers of the public’s power Public opinion not only should matter but does matter in American politics because politicians […]

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Psych Modules: 33-52

intelligence test a method for assessing an individual’s mental aptitudes and comparing them with those of others, using numerical scores intelligence mental quality consisting of the ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to adapt to new situations general intelligence a general intelligence factor that, according to Spearman and others, underlies specific […]

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SPICE chart // AP world history

social family and kinship gender roles and relations social and economic classes racial and ethnic constructions inequalities life styles political leaders, elites political structures and forms of governance nations and nationalism revolts and revolutions war, diplomacy, and treaties courts and laws interactions (between humans and environment) demography and disease patterns of settlement migration technology culture […]

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Chapter 1 US History

Nomadic Some Native American tribes that moved often for food and water. Aztec c. 1200; lived in the Valley of Mexico; later conquered by Cortez. Anasazi introduced crops into arid deserts of the Southwest c.300 BC Pueblo from Anasazi and Hohokam; architecturally advanced Iroquois Northeastern hunters/fishers Benin c. 1400 kingdom ruled by a single leader, […]

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ATI Medsurge

IV heparin Precaution – The anticoagulant effect of heparin increases the risk of bleeding. therefore, the client should use an electric razor to reduce the risk of cuts and bleeding during shaving – client should not use suppositories for constipation because suppository use increases the risk of bleeding – client should avoid flossing because bleeding […]

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BIO 101

Iteroparity Repeated production of offspring at intervals throughout the life cycle of an organism. Semelparity Condition of having a single reproductive effort in a lifetime. Type I populations type I survivorship curve exhibited by population in which mortality rates rise steeply in post-reproductive years also known as \”late loss\” curve most individuals die in older […]

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The Roman Empire

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 people and their rights. Aqueduct A artificial channel or […]

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AP World History Chapter 19 Key Terms

Bantu Migrations 1000 BCE – 1100 CE Bantu speaking people of West Africa moved south and east into the rainforests and towards the Congo River. Sundiata (1217-1255) Founder of Mali Empire (West Africa), converted to Islam. Gold-salt Trade Gold and salt were the two most important items traded in the West African kingdoms; gold came […]

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AP World History 1750 to 1914 Practice Test

What inspired the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen? A.) the Magna Carta B.) the Atlantic Charter C.) the American Declaration of Independence D.) the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments Answer: C The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen was guided by the Enlightenment ideals and the American Declaration […]

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ITSY 1300 EXAM 2

What name is given to a method of developing software that is based on small project iterations, or sprints, instead of long project schedules? Agile development What is meant by authorizing official (AO)? A senior manager who reviews a certification report and makes the decision to approve the system for implementation. What term is used […]

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AP World History ch.6 vocab

Bedouin Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based on camel and goat nomadism; early converts to Islam.. Muhammed’s tribe. Shaykhs Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually men with large herds, several wives, and many children Mecca City located in the mountainous region along the Red Sea in the Arabian peninsula; founded […]

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