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Chapter 10 vocab

Question Answer
labor people with ll their abilities and efforts performed by people that provides the goods or services in an economy
capital money available for investment
entrepreneur a person who finds new business opportunities and new ways to make profits
cottage industry a method of production in which tasks are done by individuals in their rural homes
puddling the process in which coke derived from coal is used to burn away impurities in crude iron to produce high quality iron
derived obtained from, came from
industrial capitalism an economic system based on industrial production or manufacturing
socialism a system in which society, usually in the form of government, owns and controls the means of production
radical with extreme ideas that are not accepted by most of society
temporary lasting for a limited time; not permanent
universal male suffrage the right of all males to vote in elections
multinational empire an empire in which people of many nationalities live
unification the act, process, or result of making into a coherent or coordinated whole; the state of being unified
militarism the reliance on military strength
kasier German for "Caesar" the title of the emperors of the Second German Empire
plebiscite a popular vote
regime a government in power
emancipation the act of setting free
abolitionism a movement to end slavery
creole a person of European descent born in Latin American and living there permanently
peninsulare a person born on the Iberian peninsula
mestizo a person of mixed European and Native American descent
intervention the involvement in a situation to after the outcome
caudillo in post-revolutionary Latin America, a strong who ruled chiefly by military force
erupted to suddenly become active or violent
cash crops a crop that is grown for sale rather than personal use
romanticism an intellectual movement that emerged at the end of the eighteenth century in reaction to the idea of the enlightenment
individuality a total character that distinguishes an individual from others
approach the way method in which one examines or studies an issue or a concept
secularization indifference to or rejection or religion consideration
natural selection the principle set firth by charles darwin that some organisms are more adaptable
realism a mid-nineteenth century movement that rejected romanticism and sought to portray lower- and middle class life as it actually was

chapter 2 sports med sports med

Question Answer
assumption of risk Voluntarily and knowing assumes the risk of an activity through an expressed or implied agreement.
battery
ethics morals; a set of principles or values that influences behavior
Health Insurance Porability and Accountability (HIPAA)
Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act (FERPA)
liability Legal responsibility to preform duties in a reasonable and prudent manner.
Malpractice professional misconduct or lack of professional skill that results in the damage to the patient
negligance failure to give reasonable care or to do what another prudent person with similar experience.
Risk Management Reduction of the potential for injury.
Standard of care the degree off care, skill, and deligence an equally qualified care giver in the profession would provide similar circumstances.
tort a wrongful act resulting in injury to another's person, property, or reputation

Contract #6

Question Answer
Re- Again
Dia Through, again
Sym Together
Hyper Over above
Ir Not
Repetition the action of repeating something that has already been said or written.
Dialogue conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie.
Symphony an elaborate musical composition for full orchestra, typically in four movements, at least one of which is traditionally in sonata form.
Hyperbole exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally.
Irrelevant not connected with or relevant to something.

Elements of Fiction Unit 4 Terms review

Term Definition
3 elements of fiction plot, characters, setting
conflict the problem
turning point the most important event in the story
plot what happens in the story
the events
setting the time and place in a story
resolution how the problem is solved in a story
the solution
characters the people or animals that are part of the plot
classic something that is old but still good
traditional
well-established (many people know about it)
element a basic part of the whole
colon : tells you a list is coming

phrasal verbs

ecglish spanish
add to anadir
cut down reducir
dress up arreglarse
keep up with estar actualizado, a la moda
save up ahorrar
fit in with combinar
stand out destacar
pull on vestirse rapido 1
slip on vestirse rapido 2
put together juntar
take back devolver
go out salir

Literary devices

Term Definition
text to text connectionn How the ideas in a text (can be a movie, book, or song) remind one of another text
text-to-self connection How the ideas in a text relate to one’s own life, ideas, or experiences
text-to-world connection How the ideas in a text relate to the larger world – past, present, future
Prediction Thinking ahead while reading and guessing what will happen next
inference An idea or conclusion that’s drawn or reasoned from evidence in a text; something that is currently happening or has already happened
Connotation Emotional or cultural association with a word rather than its dictionary meaning – the meaning that the word implies
Denotation The literal dictionary meaning of a word

Anatomy Exam 4

Question Answer
2 groups of the digestive system alimentary canal and digestive accessory organs
accessory organs of the digestive system teeth, tongue, gallbladder, salivary glands, liver, pancreas
six essential processes of the digestive system ingestion,Propulsion, mechanical breakdown (physical digestion) we don’t change anything but the size.Digestion (chemical digestion) breaking down carbohydrates, proteins, etc. into smaller molecules
absorption- picking up digested things and putting it
what do mechanoreceptors and chemoreceptors most readily respond to?

Hot and cold summer

Question
pact promise
queasy sick feeling in stomach
venture a journey
annoy bother angry
deprive keep you from it
foist force
declarative I am a girl
interrogative how old are you
exlamatory i got mrs.grayson
imperative don't talk class

Exercise Physiology BIOENERGETICS

Question Answer
THE STUDY OF HOW ENERGY IS TRANSFORMED THROUGH BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS BIOENERGETICS
THE CHEMICAL REACTIONS THAT OCCUR IN OUR BODIES THAT BREAK DOWN THE FOODS WE EAT METABOLISM
THE FOODS WE EAT ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO SMALL BY PRODUCTS KNOWN AS SUBSTRATES
3 TYPES OF SUBSTRATES CARBOHYDRATES, LIPIDS, PROTEINS
CARBOHYDRATES ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO: GLUCOSE
GLUCOSE IS STORED AS: GLYCOGEN
GLYCOGEN IS STORED IN OUR: LIVER
FATS ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO: TRIGLYCERIDES
AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF ENERGY DURING STARVATION IS: PROTEIN
THE FORMATION OF GLUCOSE FROM AMINO ACIDS IS: GLUCONEOGENESIS
ONE OF THE PRIMARY SOURCES OF ENERGY FOR CELLULAR METABOLISM IS: ATP
CREATES ATP WITH THE USE OF OXYGEN PHOSPHOCREATINE
CREATES ATP WITHOUT THE USE OXYGEN PHOSPHAGEN SYSTEM
GLUCOSE IS BROKEN DOWN INTO PYRUVIC ACID AEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS
GLUCOSE IS BROKEN DOWN INTO LACTIC ACID ANAEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS
PRODUCES ATP, CARBON DIOXIDE AND HYDROGEN KREBS CYCLE
FIRST STEP IN OXIDATION OF FAT: BETA OXIDATION

Stack #2595118

Term Definition
Quarter note receives one beat of sound
Quarter rest receives on beat of silence

Half note receives two beats of sound
Half rest receives two beats of silence
Whole note receives four beats of sound
Whole rest receives four beats of silence
Eighth note receives ? a beat of sound
Eighth rest receives ? a beat of silence
Sixteenth note receives ? a beat of sound
Sixteenth rest receives ? a beat of silence
Staff five lines and four spaces where music is written