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Examples are butter and lard
Examples are corn oil and vegetable oil
An example is margarine
Fats that are considered the best for you
Fats that lowers both of your cholesterol levels
Fats that raises both of your cholesterols
This vitamin helps protect our eyes against night blindness
A good source of Vitamin D is
Vitamin D is nicknamed
Monounsaturated fats do what to your good cholesterol
olive, peanut, and canola are all examples of this type of fat
a healthy substitute for the fat (oil) in baking is
HDL takes plaque out of your ____ and back to your liver where it is excreted
The periodic table is organized from left to right by
In covalent bonding, electrons are
When a nonmetal bonds with another nonmetal, which type of bond is created?
Compounds formed between a metal and a nonmetal will have what kind of bonds
Most metals do not
The rows of elements on the periodic table
The columns of elements on the periodic table
Atomic mass is made up of which subatomic particles?
An ion occurs when
The atomic number is the number of
What is an example of a physical change?
What is NOT an example of a physical property?
Which is NOT an example of a physical change?
What is NOT a physical change?
When matter undergoes a change in form, but the chemical make up is NOT changed, it is a
What is an example of an exothermic reaction?
What is an example of an endothermic reaction?
Atoms on the left side of the arrow in a chemical equation are the
Atoms on the right side of the arrow in a chemical equation are the
Which process do hydrogen atoms use to make the Sun’s energy?
Which process is used by nuclear power plants to produce energy?
Due to the Law of Conservation of Matter (Mass) chemical reactions must be balanced by changing
It has 6 protons so it must be (hint: look at your periodic table)
Which atom has a mass number of 23 and 11 protons?
Compared to the isotope Carbon-12, Carbon-14 has
If it has 20 protons and 18 electrons it is
A neutral atom that loses electrons becomes
If a neutral atom gains electrons it will become a(n)
In ionic compounds cations bond to anions due to
FeO is
SnO2 is (Note: 2 should be a subscript)
The formula for magnesium phosphate is (Note: all numbers should be subscripts)
Mass number is the number of
The charge on an ion can be calculated as
The atomic number identifies the element. The atomic number is the number of ____ in the nucleus of its atoms.
Isotopes of an element have the same number of __ but a different number of __.
It has 20 protons and 18 electrons. The element is ___ and it has a charge of ___. (hint: use your periodic table)
A sodium atom has a mass number of 24. How many neutrons does it have? (Hint: figure out the number of protons using the periodic table)
An atom has 27 protons and 35 neutrons. Its mass number is
For an atom to be neutral it must have
Compared to the Carbon-12 isotope, the Carbon-14 isotope has
The charge and location of neutrons in an atom are, respectively,
The most reactive metals are found in
Groups 3-12 are the
The most stable group of nonmetals, all of which are inert gases at room temperature
The most reactive group of nonmetals is
The modern periodic table is arranged in order of increasing
Calcium, Magnesium, and Barium belong to which group?
The columns in the periodic table are called ____, while the rows are called ____.
The scientist who created the first useful periodic table is
There are a total of ___ groups, or families, on the modern periodic table.
Member of the Alkali Metals become ___ with a ___ charge (hint: check your ions chart)
Where are Amir abd his mother?
What day is it today?
How is Amir?
Why Amir doesn't want to go to school?
Who is is new buddy?
Why is Amir surprised?
What game are they playing?
The books are in the .......
The backpack is in the .......
What's Amir's prize?
The purpose of photosynthesis is -
Photosynthesis occurs in -
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What do planets, asteroids, and comets have in common?
Which planet is between Earth and Jupiter?
Which planets are considered a Gaseous Planet?
Which planet is NOT considered a Terrestrial Planet?
How long is Earth's rotation on its axis?
Which objects revolves around a planet?
Earth is located between these two planets:
Why is the gravity on the moon less than gravity on Earth?
Which of the objects shine due to reflected light from the Sun?
Why does it look like the Sun is traveling across the sky during the day?
In what from can an ionic compound conduct electricity
A chemical bond formed when two atoms share electrons is a
What is a double bond?
Electrons involved in bonding between atoms are
Which of the following properties of a metal means that it can be drawn into wires?
Which pair is most likely to form an ionic bond
If Carbon and Hydrogen are bonded covalently how many covalent bonds are there?
What do you call an interatcion that holds two atoms together?
What is the most important factor in determining whether an atom will bond?
What is the charge of a sodium ion with 11 protons and 10 electrons?
Which object has the most gravitational force in the solar system?
The Earth spins on its axis, taking...
What is one of the forces that cause the revolution of planets around the sun?
Which type of planet has more mass?
The more mass a planet has,...
Objects weigh more on Earth than Mercury because...
Planets stay in orbit around the sun because of:
The closer the planet is to the sun, the ___________ its revolution.
Which of the following objects are held in orbit by the Sun's gravity?
Place the following objects in order from greatest largest gravitational force to least gravitational force.
What is the meaning of the word absolve?
What is the meaning of the word avairy?
What is the meaning of the word allude?
What is the meaning of the word abbey?
What is the meaning of the word aroma?
What is the meaning of the word ambiguous?
What is the meaning of the word autonomy?
What is the meaning of the word arbor?
What is the meaning of the word acquaint?
What is the meaning of the word anthology?
What is Creative Writing used for ?
What is the most important ingredient in Creative Writing ?
What are Sensory Details ?
Describe a simple writing technique .
How to create an interesting setting ?
How would you add character ?
What else should be added to a story to capture the reader's interest ?
Is a second setting or character necessary to the plot of the story ?
Are many draft copies allowed before the actual story can be written ?
What are Literary Tools ?
What process takes place in the small intestine?
What organ produces bile?
What substance in the mouth produces an enzyme that breaks food down?
Where is water absorbed before waste exists the body?
What process involves muscle contractions that move food through the esophagus?
Which nutrient is needed for all body processes to take place?
What structures in the small intestine increase surface area and absorb large amounts of nutrients?
Which type of muscle controls digestion?
Nutrients are carried from the small intestine to cells by the
What 2 organs do both mechanical and chemical digestion?
This amendment discusses basic freedoms, such as freedom of speech
The 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th amendments provide guidelines for the
Which amendments reserve some governmental powers for the states and the people?
The first 10 amendments are called
Federalism means that
Which branch creates treaties, commands the armed forces, and appoints officials?
Which branch writes laws, declares war, and can override a veto?
Which branch proposes laws, appoints judges, and may veto bills
The Second Continental Congress created the
The opening of the Constitution, that starts, "We the people..." is called the
Which type of muscle is found only in the heart?
Which blood vessel brings blood away from the heart?
Which type of blood vessel brings blood to the heart?
Which structure prevent blood from flowing backward?
In which vessels are materials exchanged between the blood and body cells?
What blood vessel is the smallest vessel- only 1-cell thick to allow easy diffusion of oxygen and nutrients in and out?
Needed substances are carried to the body cells by
Which chamber of the heart pumps oxygen-poor blood to the lungs?
When ventricles contract, blood is pumped
During gas exchange, which substance moves from the alveoli into the blood?
Where in the body is air first warmed, moistened and filtered?
The dome-shaped muscle that pulls air into the lungs is the
During gas exchange, what substance moves from the alveoli to the blood?
Where in the respiratory system does gas exchange occur?
What excretory organ eliminates carbon dioxide from the body?
What is the name of the small flap of tissue that seals the trachea when you swallow?
Which parts of the respiratory system divide into smaller and smaller tubes?
What happens to cause air to be exhaled from the lungs?
The role of the respiratory system is to bring what substance into the body for the cells?
What 2 things are eliminated from the body when you exhale?
What part of the neuron carries nerve impulses away from the cell body?
what is the space between an axon and the next structure?
In a reflex skeletal muscles react without the involvement of the
A motor neuron sends an impulse to
The brain and spinal cord make up the
A bruiselike injury to the brain is called a
The endocrine system acts on the body through chemical products called
The endocrine system
The sense organs send information about the environment to the
Why do hormones cause changes only in specific body organs?
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The structure that helps with cell division is the
A story where the anchor speaks the audio while B-roll video is playing is called a _____.
Unscripted conversation by two anchors between stories is called _____.
The ________ is a document that presents the organization of stories and sequence of a newscast in written form.
Due to media convergence, reporters need to write stories for television and story text for _____.
Cable news channels that operate 24 hours per day present news only during a portion of the day.
The news department should not report negative stories about businesses that advertise on the station.
A stand up should be used to fill the package when not enough B-roll is shot at a location.
_______ news is characterized by seriousness and information viewers need to have immediately.
A complete edited story that includes the intro, close and outro is called a package.
A _______ is the subject or geographic area that a reporter is assigned to regularly cover.
A system of trade where one item is exchanged for another
A form of writing developed by the people of Sumer
A record keeper who could become a government official
To build dams, channels, canals, and ditches to bring water to crops
A grand temple with a shrine at the top
A group of many different lands under one ruler
A skilled craftsworker
The worship of many gods
A complex society
A city and the surrounding land
He is looking for a friend that is loyal.
Andrew has a girlfriend that is very jealous.
My parents are looking for a boss that is helpful.
Is there anyone that knows how to cook shrimp.
Do you know a person that is good humored?
My friend wants a boyfriend that is not a bellyacher.
I don´t know anyone who is completely reliable.
I want to confide in someone that will keep my secrets.
I have a friend that chats (charlar) on-line.
I live in a house that is near a lake.
My boss has a worker that is lazy.
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
The excitement died as I fried the wide salmon.
He climbed up, up, up in the tree.
The pitter-patter of little feet on the wooden board.
Once upon a midnight dreary, as I pondered weak and weary
I heard the pop as the bubble bursts and dripped to the floor.
The ill minister did not feel his best.
We want to wish the best for everyone.
Ten women asked to mend the tear in the banner.
The snake hissed a warning to the traveler.
What is the electron geometry of a molecule with 3 domains, and none are lone pairs?
What is the electron geometry of a molecule with 6 domains, and 2 are lone pairs?
What are the bond angles of a molecule with 3 electron domains?
What is the molecular geometry of a molecule with 4 domains, and 2 are lone pairs?
What is the molecular geometry of a molecule with 4 domains, and none are lone pairs?
What is the molecular geometry of a molecule with 4 domains, and 1 lone pair?
What are the bond angles of a molecule with 4 domains, and 1 is a lone pair?
What is the hybridization of a molecule with 3 domains, and none are lone pairs?
What is the hybridization of a molecule with 5 domains, and 1 lone pair?
What is the molecular geometry of a molecule with 6 domains, and 1 lone pair?
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A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such as ATP, and certain coenzymes. Chemically, it is a purine base. Pairs with thymine in DNA.
Any of the usually linear bodies in the cell nucleus that contain the genetic material.
A component of nucleic acids that carries hereditary information in DNA and RNA in cells. Chemically, it is a pyrimidine base. Pairs with Guanine in DNA.
A double-stranded, helical nucleic acid molecule capable of replicating and determining the inherited structure of a cell’s proteins.
The separation of nucleic acids or proteins, on the basis of their size and electrical charge, by measuring their rate of movement through an electrical field in a gel.
A discrete unit of hereditary information consisting of a specific nucleotide sequence in DNA (or RNA, in some viruses).
A component of nucleic acids that carries hereditary information in DNA and RNA in cells. Chemically, it is a purine base. It pairs with cytosine in DNA.
Something spiral in form.
A simplified version of something complex used, for example, to analyze and solve problems or make predictions.
A building block of DNA, consisting of a five-carbon sugar covalently bonded to a nitrogenous base and a phosphate group.
A degradative enzyme that recognizes specific nucleotide sequences and cuts up DNA.
Differences in DNA sequence on homologous chromosomes that can result in different patterns of restriction fragment lengths (DNA segments resulting from treatment with restriction enzymes).
A component of nucleic acid that carries hereditary information in DNA in cells. Chemically, it is a pyrimidine base. It pairs with adenine in DNA.
An examination of the body after death usually with such dissection as will expose the vital organs for determining the cause of death
A document showing all the sources used to research information.
A written reference to a specific work (book, article, dissertation, report, musical composition, etc.) by a particular author or creator which identifies the document in which the work may be found.
The act of creating citations to identify resources used in writing a work.
A comprehensive set of standards and practices designed to give patients specific rights regarding their personal health information.
A physician who performs an autopsy when death may be accidental or violent. He or she may also serve in some jurisdictions as the coroner.
Assists pathologist to prepare bodies and organ specimens for examination; prepares the morgue room, supplies, and equipment
Analyzes blood and fluids for chemicals
Collects and analyzes crime scene evidence
Determines cause and manner of death through an autopsy
Determines the source of blood (or hair, or other body fluids)
Takes calls and dispatches the appropriate personnel to site of an emergency
Respond to emergency medical issues, accidents, and traumatic injuries
How are fees for medical services determined?
Amount the patient must pay with each vist
HMOs
Allows the medical office to bill and forward information
Charge slip, statement, and insurance reporting form
Used to record charges, adjustments, and payments for the patient
accounts receivable is billed at given times of the month
A minor is responsible for his/her own billing if...
Determining how long an account has been past due is called?
A patient that has moved without leaving a forwarding address is called a?
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Which president approved the Louisiana Purchase?
Which was the first president to veto many bills during his presidency?
President Monroe presented the Monroe Doctrine. This doctrine
Who favored a loose interpretation of the Constitution and a national bank
Who was president during Shay's Rebellion, that led to revising the Articles of Confederation?
Who was president during the Cherokee's Trail of Tears?
Who fought and died at the Alamo?
From South Carolina, who was a leading speaker FOR the states' rights doctrine?
Who was a former slave and abolitionist who spoke out against slavery and for the Union?
James Madison, George Washington, Ben Frankliln, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay were all
The testes produce
Which of the following structure is formed when fertilization occurs?
A mature egg is released from the ovary in a process called
Eggs are produced in the
The mix of sperm cells and fluids is called
The process by which living things produce new individuals of the same type is
In humans, fertilization usually occurs in the
Identical twins occurs when
Once an egg is fertilize, the zygote moves here to develop and grow:
This hormone is in charge of female development and egg development
Which organ filters urea and excess water from blood?
What is the main function of the excretory system?
Which organ of the excretory system stores urine until the body is ready to eliminate it?
Which tube does urine exit the body from?
Tiny filtering structures where urine is produced in the kidneys are called
Which excretory organ eleminates urine and water in perspiration?
What organ of the excretory system eliminates carbond dioxide waste from the body?
The chemical that comes from the breakdown of proteins is
Normal urine contains both
What brings the carbon dioxide waste to the lungs from the cells?
A chemical reaction that absorbs energy in the form of heat is
A measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent at a given temperature is that substance's
Which of the following does NOT increase the # of particles if a substance available to react in a chemical reaction?
A characteristic property that can help tell similar liquids apart is
A bottle of hydrogen peroxide that eventually turns into a bottle of water and oxygen gas is an example of a
A substance that tastes bitter, turns red litmus paper blue and feels slippery is
What is the smallest part of an element?
How is a solute different from a solvent in a solution?
Which type of matter consists of 2 or more substances that are NOT chemically combined?
How do liquid water, ice, and water vapor differ from each other?
The measurement of the force of gravity on an object is the object's
The force that one surface exerts on another when the 2 rub against each other is called
The energy that produces ocean waves comes from
The amount of matter in an object is called its
A push or a pull is called a(n)
Mass movement is caused by
What happens as gravity pulls water down a slope?
How would you calculate the density of an object?
The resistance of an object to any change in its motion is called
A stone will sink in water because
This is usually seen on credit card statements to represent the actual dollar cost of using credit to maintain a balance.
A penalty on all types of credit for making a payment after its due date
A detailed record of your personal credit and financial transactions
A legal process to get out of debt when you can no longer make all your required payments
On a credit card, the length of time you have before you start accumulating interest on an unpaid balance
An amount that credit card companies can charge for the use of a credit card.
A charge for a loan, usually calculated as a percentage of the principal.
A rating used by credit reporting agencies to help lenders decide whether and how much credit can be extended to a borrower
Amount of money, or something of value, that is loaned on trust and with the expectation that it will be repaid at a later date.
The amount of money someone is willing to loan you; the amount that is still owed on the loan.
A charge for setting up a loan that is typically associated with home loans.
The total amount of what it costs you to use credit in a given year; expressed as a percentage of the amount borrowed.
The entire amount of money you owe to lenders
Maximum amount of credit a lender will extend to the customer
A record of how you have repaid your credit obligations
This is included in many credit card company agreements that allows a credit card company to increase your interest rate if you make just one late payment.
The length of time you have to pay off a loan
A fee on credit cards for making charges over your credit limit
How many free credit reports can you get per year from each of the three credit reporting agencies?
Requests for an individual's credit report
Which type of credit inquiry usually does NOT impact your credit score?
The lowest FICO score is
The highest FICO score is
This gives consumers the right to review and correct their credit report.
The higher the interest rate and the longer the loan term, the _________________ the cost of credit.
When items are bought on credit and paid for over a long period of time, the cost to the buyer
Excluding mortgage payments, what is the maximum percentage of take-home pay that should go towards paying off debts (loans, credit cards, etc.)?
Which is NOT type of credit?
Joe wants to move into an apartment when he graduates, but is worried that he won't be able to rent due to a lack of credit history. What can Joe do to start building credit?
Which of the following is NOT one of the three credit reporting agencies?
Credit experts recommend that you check the status of your credit reports at least
Of the following, which is the best strategy to reduce excessive debt?
Which of the following can impact your credit rating?
What right must lenders respect according to the Truth in Lending Act?
Which is NOT a type of information you will need when you apply for credit?
Which of the following will NOT help you build a good credit history?
Which is not one of the 4 C's of credit?
An asset of value that lenders can take from you; the property or possessions that may be used as security for a loan.
Sources you have for re-paying debts, other than salary (investment account, home, etc.)
Key factors of creditworthiness - income and employment history
Your credit history (Are you trustworthy?)
According to the 70-20-10 rule, what percent should of your take-home pay should you save and invest?
According to the 70-20-10 rule, what percent of your take-home pay should you spend on living expenses?
Of the following loans, which should be paid off first? Car loan with a 7% APR, Bank credit card with a 12% APR, Gas credit card with a 15% APR.
If an indivudal has not acquired credit, will they have a credit report?
Information in a credit report can be divided into 4 categories. Which of the following is not one of the 4 categories?
Types of accounts, date the account was opened, credit limit/loan amount, account balance, and payment history can be found in which category of a credit report?
Which is NOT a negative item on a credit report?
Which is an example of a soft check?
Which is an example of a hard check?
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En el experimento de cohetes de papel, ¿que fue la variable manipulada?
En el experimento de burbujas, ¿que fue la variable de respuesta?
The Earth is how many million miles from the earth.
The earth is unique in our solar system because…
How many layers are there to the earth?
Which of Earth’s layers is the largest?
Magma can be found in what layer of the Earth?
Which of these are not one of the Earth’s seven continents?
What is the largest of the continents?
True or False? The surface of Earth is stationary and never moves.
In plate tectonics, a colliding, or convergent, movement can result in the formation of…
In plate tectonics, a spreading movement can result in…
What is the name that Alfred Wegener gave to the large continent that he believed was once made up of all the continents many many years ago.
Alfred Wegener suggested that Pangaea divided and drifted apart how many years ago?
Earthquakes…
Earthquakes can be triggered by…
What is the Ring of Fire?
True or False? A volcanoes form when magma pushes through the crust and fills a chamber until the pressure becomes too great and the volcano erupts.
True or False? Chemical weathering is caused by chemical reactions between the minerals in the rock and elements in the air or water.
True or False? Erosion is the wearing away and movement of weathered materials from one place to another by wind, water, and ice.
Glaciers are…
What personal protective equipment should you wear when working with chemicals?
Which of these is NOT an example of forensic science?
If you are given a blood spatter graph, how will you use it to determine the approximate height?
What evidence would you collect at a crime scene?
How would you use evidence to identify or exonerate a suspect?
Which of the following would be the BEST problem statement or question for an investigation?
Which of the following is the BEST hypothesis for an investigation?
What is the independent variable in a study of which gender is more prone to eating ice cream?
What is the dependent variable in a study of which gender is more prone to eating ice cream?
What would be the BEST, appropriate conclusion if 90% of females eat ice cream weekly and 85% of males eat ice cream every two weeks?
Which of the following would make the best set up to investigate if purple candies make kids more hyper than the other colors?
If a DNA strand has a sequence of GCCATA, what is the sequence of the complimentary strand?
Which of these bonds are the weakest?
What is the charge of DNA?
What is Chargaff's rule?
Deoxyribose sugar, phosphate, and a nitrogen base make up a
Structurally, which other component is guanine most similar to?
You are a DNA analyst. A small sample of DNA was recovered from a crime scene. You need to analyze it. Your first step is to do what?
You just added restriction enzymes to the sample. What will the enzymes do to the DNA?
The small black dot in a DNA diagram represents
The pentagon in a DNA diagram represents
Thymine always pairs with ____ in DNA.
Guanine always pairs with ____ in DNA.
RFLP's move on the gel because of their
The pieces that move farther during electrophoresis move more because they have
Each of the following is an RFLP. Which one would travel the FARTHEST distance on the gel?
Each of the following is an RFLP. Which of the following would travel the SHORTEST distance on the gel?
A restriction enzyme cuts DNA three times. How many fragments are formed?
When looking at the results of the gel electrophoresis, you find that Suspect 6 and the crime scene results have the exact pattern. What does this mean?
When looking at the results of a gel electrophoresis, Suspect 1 and the crime scene have no bands in common. What does this mean?
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Which of the following system is NOT matched to its function?
Which of the following systems is NOT matched to its function?
Which of the following systems is NOT matched to its function?
Which of the following systems is NOT matched to its function?
Which of the following systems is not matched to its function?
Which of the following set of organs is NOT matched to its system?
Which of the following set of organs is NOT matched to its system?
Which of the following set of organs is NOT matched to its system?
Which of the following set of organs is NOT matched to its system?
Which two systems work together to keep the blood and tissues supplied with oxygen and rid of wastes?
An autopsy is ______ to _____.
The reason that Congress passed HIPAA was to
Which of these is an example of a breach of HIPAA (meaning it breaks the law)?
Match the correct MANNER of death when given the cause in the scenario below. (Choose the scenario that IS correctly matched.)
Which of the following biomedical professionals is NOT correctly matched with what they do?
Which of the following biomedical professionals is NOT correctly matched with what they do?
Which of the following biomedical professionals is NOT correctly matched with what they do?
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to clinical medicine.
The group in an experiment where the independent variable being tested is not applied so it can serve as a standard for comparison against the experimental group where the independent variable is applied.
The measurable effect, outcome, or response in which the research is interested.
A research study conducted to determine the effect that one variable has upon another variable.
The application of scientific knowledge to questions of civil and criminal law.
Clear prediction of the anticipated results of an experiment.
The variable that is varied or manipulated by the researcher.
Control group where conditions produce a negative outcome. Help identify outside influences.
Specialized clothing or equipment, worn by an employee for protection against infectious materials, as defined by OSHA.
Group expected to have a positive result. Allows researcher to show that the experimental set up was capable of producing results.
Cells that have nuclei and organelles are
The function of nucleoli is to
The passage of materials into and out of the cell is controled by the
The structure that folds proteins and wraps them in membrane is the
Vessicles are made by the
The organelle that breaks down glucose molecules to release energy in the form of ATP is
The cytoskeleton is made up of
Photosynthesis is done by the
Worn out cell parts are broken down by
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This act prohibits credit discrimination.
Which of the following is NOT used to calculate a credit score?
Which is a benefit of a good credit score?
Which is a drawback of a bad credit score?
Which is the only government-sponsored web site where you can obtain a free credit report annually from each of the three credit reporting agencies?
True or False: 2 common mistakes on credit reports are fraud (identity theft) and mistaken identity.
Which type of bankruptcy allows you to erase most of your debt?
True or False: You must be unemployed or have a very low income to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
True or False: Financial counseling is recommended for those filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but not required.
Which type of bankruptcy allows you to re-structure your debt and repay many of your debts over 3-5 years time (The court oversees the repayment plan.)?
Which is NOT a reward/advantage of using credit?
Which is NOT a risk/disadvantage of using credit?
Which of the following makes up 15% of your credit score?
Which of the following makes up 35% of your credit score?
True or False: A shorter credit history will generally increase a credit score.
True or False: A high percentage of outstanding debt will negatively impact a credit score.
True or False: Late or missed payments will positively impact a credit score.
True or False: Opening too many types of accounts in a short period of time has a negative impact on a credit score.
True or False: A variety of credit is generally good to have.
True or False: A FICO score is only based upon credit use.
The duke of Athens is
The fairy king is
The person who plays the wall in the play Pyramus and Thisbe is named
The man who plans to run away with Hermia at the beginning of the play is
Egeus wants ________ to marry his daughter.
________ is in love with Demetrius.
The fairy queen is
The person who plays the lion in the play Pyramus and Thisbe is
_______ is in love with Lysander.
________'s head is transformed into the head of a donkey.
True or False: To pay less interest and pay off your balance sooner, you should pay more than the minimum payment amount.
True or False: Charging small, everyday purchases is a good practice.
True or False: Arranging for automatic payments for your monthly bills is a smart practice because it helps prevent late payments.
True or False: It is not important to read the fine print of a credit card or loan application before you sign it.
True or False: Be choosy about your credit, and don\'t apply for more than you actually need.
True or False: Try to pay your bills as soon as they come in.
Get into a saving mode so you rarely need credit or loans for your purchases.
Which describes credit best?
True or False: Overspending will not lead to debt.
True or False: You can get 2 free credit reports per year from each of the 3 credit reporting agencies.
In Access, this is displayed as a column in Datasheet view.
In Access, a set of information that belongs together, such as a customer's name and address information, or details about a product.
In Access, a database object that presents data organized and formatted to your specifications.
In Access, a collection of data with the same subject or topic. Data are stored in records and fields.
In Access, an object view that displays records in a row-and-column format similar to a spreadsheet. This view allows you to see many records at the same time.
In Access, an object view that usually displays data one record at a time, with added graphical elements for easier reading. This view is convenient for entering and editing data.
In Access, an object view that allows you to design and change tables, queries, forms, reports, and other objects.
A document view that shows how your document will look when it is printed.
The window that appears when you first open an Access database. It gives you access to all the objects in a database.
Tables, queries, reports, forms, and other objects that are the functional parts of an Access database.
The mischievous fairy who causes trouble is
_______ plays Thisbe in the play Pyramus in Thisbe.
The father of Hermia is
The Amazonian princess who becomes the duchess of Athens is
_______ organizes and directs the play Pyramus and Thisbe.
What type of play is A Midsummer Night's Dream?
Who is Robin Goodfellow?
Oberon is jealous of Titania because
In the woods, Hermia does not want to sleep next to Lysander because
When Hermia dreams about a snake eating her heart, this is symbolic of
Why does Puck put flower juice in Lysander's eyes?
Why did Bottom look at the calendar when the tradesmen were practicing the play?
How do Snout and Bottom decide to keep from frightening the women with Snug playing the lion?
Who was turned into a donkey?
Why are the tradesmen upset on the day of the play?
During Pyramus and Thisbe, Theseus is the only person that treats the actors with respect.
Helena marries Demetrius and Hermia marries Lysander.
The fairies curse the married couples on their wedding night.
A Midsummer Night's Dream ends tragically.
At the end of the play, Puck apologizes and tells the audience he will make it up to them next time. He also tells them to think of it as just a dream.
A collection of data related to a particular topic.
In Access, data displayed in a row-and-column format in a table, query, or form.
An Access database object that holds controls for entering, editing, and displaying data from an underlying table or query.
In Access, the gray box at the left side of each record in Datasheet view or in Form view. Click it to select the entire record.
A database object that shows specific data you want to work with. The data may be drawn from multiple related tables, may have several filters applied, or may include calculations.
A type of database in which information is stored in separate but related tables. This allows for non-redundant, more efficient data storage and retrieval.
This is displayed as a column in Datasheet view.
The gray box at the left side of each record in Datasheet view or in Form view. Click it to select the entire record.
A document view that shows how your document will look when it is printed.
An Access database object that holds controls for entering, editing, and displaying data from an underlying table or query.
Puck turns Oberon into a donkey.
Oberon puts flower juice on Titania's eyes so that he can take her servant boy.
Lysander challenges Theseus to a duel.
Puck pretends to be Lysander and Demetrius in the woods.
Titania falls in love with Bottom and this makes Oberon happy.
Helena thinks Lysander and Demetrius and really in love with her.
When Hermia wakes up and finds Lysander missing, she thinks he committed suicide.
Helena fights with Hermia because she thinks Hermia is in on the joke.
The lovers think that everything that happened to them was just a dream.
Titania decides to divorce Oberon after he releases her from the spell.
His wry comment
friends connive
events that transpire
to convey a message
a skeptical person
discreet suggestions
a raucous voice
to instigate a riot
nimble acrobats
to intimidate someone
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A voter who does not align him or herself with a political part .
A list of the values and actions which are supported by a political party.
Anyone of the stated principles or objectives comprising the political platform of a party campaigning for an election.
An official responsible for keeping a register or official records .
Used to promote or publicize a particular political cause.
Increasing dependence on expensive television advertisements.
One sided view printed in a newpaper
A person who has the right to vote in an election.
People who are qualified to vote.
A body of electors chosen or appointed by a larger group.
The body who officially elects the President
The vote is not split, the person with the most votes wins.
In favor or against of one thing
The number of senators and representatives in one state.
Someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust.
The leaders of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire was mostly this religion
Ottoman Empire Collapsed and this country formed
The treaty that broke up the Ottoman was
Jews wanted their homeland back and to call it
Who won the first war between the Arabs and the Palestinians?
PLO stands for
Peace was made between what country and Israel due to President Carter?
Israel won ........vs the Arabs
Suleiman was the nicknamed
Who is Captain?
Which of these statements is false about Annie Sullivan?
Which of these statements is true about Helen?
Kate loses Helen to Annie when Helen learns to spell
Helen signals for her mother by
After the miracle of Helen's understanding, the voice of Annie's brother Jimmie
At the beginning of the play, who states that Helen belongs in an institution?
After Helen understands her first word, she
At her homecoming meal, Helen
The language Annie taught Helen is called
if an object has a mass of 10g and a volume of 2ml waht is the density?
if an object has a force of 15N and a volume of 3 square inches what is the pressure?
a liquid has a density of 10g/ml and a depth of 50 feet what is the liquid pressure?
if an object weighs 10N with bouyant force of 8N what will happen to it?
an object weights 5N with a bouyant force of 5N what will happen to it?
an object has a weight of 6N with a bouyant force of 10N what will happen to it?
what principle stated that an objects bouyant force is proportional to the weight of the liquid it displaces?
who said that at the same temperatue, pressure and volume have an inverse relationship
at the same temp, at time 1 the volume of a gas was 10L and a pressure of 5N. at time 2 the volume was 25L and the pressure was what?
a hot air balloon has a lift of 15 N is pushed left with a force of 4N right with a force of 4N and weights 10N. What happens to it
who said that as you increase the speed of a liquid you decrease the pressure
is an object has a density of 5g/l and a volume of 6l what is the mass
what is the pressure of an object is the force is 4N and the area is 3 square inches
at the same temp. time1 pressure= 8N and the volume is 4L at time2 volume is 16L and the pressure is?
a type or category of literature
writing that tells a story
a story that comes from an author's imagination
a story that comes from an author's imagination but could really happen
writing that tells about real people, places, and events
a comparision using the words like or as
a comparison that doesn't use the words like or as
giving human qualities to something that is nonhuman
the use of words that sound like the noise they make
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
an extreme an obvious exaggeration
an expression that cannot be taken literally
The video game cost him an arm and a leg, is an example of ______
My big brother Bob is a bully, is an example of ______
The sound of her voice makes my heart smile, is an example of ____________
She stood as still as a statue, is an example of
Plop, splat, and oink, are examples of ________
Her brain is a computer, is an example of _______
I would pay a million dollars for a plate of french fries, is an example of _________
Choose the correct DOP: la maleta
Choose the correct DOP: los boletos
Choose the correct DOP: las maletas
Choose the correct DOP: el aeropuerto
Choose the correct DOP: ellos
Fill in with correct IOP: ___ voy a comprar una camisa a mi.
Fill in with correct IOP: ___ doy un examen a ustedes.
Fill in with correct IOP: ___ compro un boleto de ida y vuelta a Amy.
Fill in with correct IOP: A ti _____ gusta la clase de historia.
Hacer cola
Pasar por la aduana
El reclamo de equipaje
Abordar el avion
Facturar el equipaje
La tarjeta de embarque
El conocimiento adquirido por observación o práctica es
usar los sentidos para coleccionar información
agrupar objetos que son semejantes
pronosticar lo que pasará en el futuro usando experiencia o pruebas científicas
explicar o interpretar lo que observas
representaciones de objetos o procesos complejos
explicación o respuesta posible a una pregunta científica
¿Cuál de los siguientes no es un sentido?
observación que es verdadera para todos
observación que se basa en creencias y preferencias personales
En una investigacion cientifica, la variable __________ es algo cambiado por el científico para observar si cambia el resultado.
La variable _________ es el efecto causado por la variable manipulada. Es lo que el científico mide.
Las variables __________ son los factores que el científico controla (y no cambia) para permitir una prueba confiable.
los pasos que usan los científicos para contestar preguntas y resolver problemas
Hipótesis - Cuanto mayor sea la temperatura del agua, más rápidamente un huevo hervirá. ¿Cuál es la variable manipulada?
Hipótesis - Cuanto mayor sea la temperatura del agua, más rápidamente un huevo hervirá. ¿Cuál es la variable de respuesta?
Hipótesis - Cuanto mayor sea la temperatura del agua, más rápidamente un huevo hervirá. ¿Cuál es la variable controlada?
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What grade is Marsha Cessano and Roger Friday in?
What room number is their third grade class in?
What was Marsha's friends name?
What is the student teachers name?
Who is Marsha Cessano's arch enemy
What kind of boy is Roger Friday
What do Marsha and Roger end up having to do together?
What book did Marsha and Roger do for their book report?
What word does Marsha use to describe Roger Friday
What does Marsha want this year in school to be?
Scientists think Saturn's rings were formed from
The Earth rotates on its axis once each
One full orbit of the Earth around the sun is called
The part of the Earth that is receiving direct sunlight is in
Sunlight is a form of
The moon is a satelllite of
The moon revolves around the Earth about once
During the full moon phase, people on Earth see the moon as
A lunar eclipse occurs when
Two spacecraft that have visited Jupiter are
The Earth rotates on an imaginary line called
Earth is a satellite of
The phases of the moon are the
The phase of the moon that cannot be seen is
A solar eclipse is the result of a body
The planets in our solar system, like Earth
Earth and the other planets close to the sun are made mostly of
Saturn's moons are
A constellation is a
Scientists think Saturn's rings were formed from
Which of the following is the fastest?
Which of the following means "Loud?"
Which term means "Gradually slow down?"
Which term means "Suddenly loud, than soft?"
Which term means "Gradually speed up?"
Which of the following is the softest?
Which word means "walking tempo?"
Which word means "Hold out the note; watch the conductor?"
Which of these is the slowest?
Which term means "Medium Soft?"
How many witnesses were there to the resurrection of Christ?
In the gospel narratives of the crucifixion, the disciples are seen as what kind of guys?
Which theory were the Jewish religious leaders of the 1st century claiming about the resurrection of Jesus?
Which group paid special attention to where the body of Jesus had been laid?
When Jesus rose from the dead, it proved that he was who?
When John says that the Word is “light” it means that Jesus is the agent of what?
What miracle shows that Jesus is God more than any other?
The Greek word for “Word” is what?
Which phrase did the early church use of Jesus Christ in the New Testament?
When Paul says that Jesus is the “form of God”, he means that Jesus is what?
Which gospel was written to show the social outcast (women, children, Samaritans, etc.) in a favorable light?
Which gospel was written to combat the Gnostic teachings that were saying Jesus wasn’t God?
Which gospel shows Jesus as the “Lion of the tribe of Judah”?
Which gospel was written to show that Jesus was the suffering Servant of God?
Which gospel was written to a group of suffering Christians who lived in or near Rome?
Which gospel portrays Jesus as the “Face of Man”?
Which gospel was written so that you might believe in Jesus for eternal life?
Which gospel portrays Jesus as the 2nd Moses come to deliver mankind from the bondage of sin?
Which gospel was written to a groups who was unable to connect with the majority Gentile members of the church?
Which gospel was written to show us that there is a cost to being a disciple of Jesus?
The Greek word �hious’, which means equal of status, position, and authority, is translated into what English word?
John the Baptist saw the Spirit come upon Jesus and knew that He was who?
When the Bible talks about the deity of Christ, it makes the claim that He is who?
True/False: The name “Yahweh” is represented by the word “LORD” in your Bible
True/False: Jesus became God after he was baptized.
True/False: Jesus used the phrase Son of God almost all the time about Himself
True/False: As Son of God, we learn that Jesus was perfectly obedient to God.
True/False: Jesus claimed to never share the same glory that the Father had.
True/False: Jesus never claimed to be the Son of Man.
True/False: I love Mr. Blush the most. He comes up with the best review games.
Jesus means
Why did Zechariah lose his ability to speak?
What was Mary\'s canticle called?
Who impregnanted Mary?
Joseph was a descendant of who?
Incarnation means
Jesus was born in this city
This prophetess witnesses Jesus's birth
This is the king that divided Herod's empire into multiple parts
John, son of Elizabeth and Zechariah became known as this
What type of cell helps the clotting process?
Responsible for oxygen and waste transport.
White blood cells.
Increases during short term or acute infections.
Contains histamine, discharges at sites of inflammation.
Increases during allergy attacks.
Produces antibodies & is involved in fighting tumors and viruses.
Long term clean up team. Active phagocytes.
The non living fluid matrix.
What makes up 95% of the formed elements?
Which human activity would help the environment the MOST?
Which would make the BEST insulator?
A flowering plant begins its life cycle as a
Which group of animals is cold-blooded, has rough,dry skin, and lays eggs?
Which direction does the Sun seem to move across the sky?
Which is NOT a feature of the weather?
Which of these landforms is created by flowing water?
Which would NOT help you identify a mineral?
A force is needed to
Ted is pushing a shopping cart. What will happen to the cart if he applies more force?
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Which kingdom contains plant-like, animal like, and fungus like?
Organisms are not classified according to:
Who was the first to develop the classification system?
What process do most bacteria use to reproduce?
Which scientist developed binomial nomenclature?
What is the main difference between plants and fungi?
Which of the following are NOT in the plant kingdom?
Fungi are:
Bacteria do not have a nucleus and are:
Plants are autotrophs because they:
Mosses and ferns reproduce by:
Another name for a flowering plant is:
Produces seeds in cones
in plants, the organelles that use light to make energy
the cell's packaging and distribution center
small organelles that contain the cell's digestive enzymes
in plant cells, a large membrane-bound sac that stores water, nutrients, or other substances
system of internal membranes that move proteins and other substances throughout the cell
most functions of a eukaryotic cell are controlled by the cell's
which of the following organelles is found only in plants
smooth ER lacks
houses the cell's DNA
this type of cell does not have a nucleus
What is the definition of curt?
What is the definition of demoralize?
What is the definition of dilemma?
What is the definition of inclination?
What is the definition of irate?
What is the definition of retort?
What is the definition of sabotage?
What is the definition of subsequent?
What is the definition of wary?
What is the definition of zeal?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
Which word is spelled correctly?
A long time ago there was a king who nothing but gold. He wished everything he touched turned to gold. A fairy made the wish come true. Then anything he tried to eat turned to gold. So he starved to death.
Once a cat was in hurry. She ran across the street without looking. She narrowly escaped being hit by a car.
There once was an ugly duckling. The other ducks laughed at her and she felt ashamed. However, as she grew, they saw that she was not a duck at all. She was actually a swan and was very beautiful.
Good things come to those that wait. Is this a theme?
Dressing like others is fun. Is this a theme?
Good things come to those that wait. Is this a theme?
There once was a tiny fish that was tired of being in the school of fish all the time. He picked a fight with a couple of fish and said I'm leaving. So he swam away. Without the protection of the group, he was soon eaten by a bigger fish.
Once a frog jumped off embankment into what he thought was a pond. Unfortunately, it was not a pond. It was a ditch. There was a raccoon in the ditch that ate him.
Long ago a beautiful princess had all beautiful expensive dresses. She bragged about them all the time. The other maidens go so tired of hearing about it they stopped being her friend.
There once was some hardworking ants and grasshopper who hated to work. The ants gathered food while the grasshopper played. In the winter, the ants had food but the grasshopper didn't. The grasshopper starved.
Everyone should visit a homeless shelter. Is this a theme?
What is recall?
What is prohibition?
Why was prohibition established?
Who was the founder of the NAACP?
Who stated that in order to compete for equal rights with the white race, minorities needed to become educated?
What act tried to stop monopolies and trusts from taking over businesses?
What was the main problem with the Sherman Antitrust Act?
What started the Spanish American War?
Who was American fighting against during the Spanish American War?
What is initiative?
What is referendum?
How much did the US pay to get the Philippines?
What was the main issue Americans had with the conquest of the Philippines?
Who did Cuba gain independence from?
What amendment forced Cuba to be closely monitored by the United States?
What did the Teller Amendment promise Cuba?
What did the Platt Amendment do?
Who was behind the idea of Dollar Diplomacy?
What was the point of Dollar Diplomacy?
Who was behind Big Stick Diplomacy?
cultural diversity
population density
migration
government
culture region
rural
culture
urban
economy
industrialization
How do we find differnet locations on Earth?
Latitude and Longitude form an imaginary __________________
An imaginary line that circles the Earth and seperates it into Northern and Southern Hemispheres is called the ___________
How many poles are there on Earth?
________________ refers to the distance in degrees north or south of the equator.
Points North of the Equator are labeld with which letter?
This is an imaginary line that is at 0 degrees longitude
The prime meridian runs through which town in England?
What is the name of the prime meridian on the other side of the Earth?
Longitude lines run from the South pole to the ______________
Organization of people who seek to achieve goals common to its members through the exercise of political power.
Government has two main political party.
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What is the MAIN function of the flower of a plant?
The fennec fox has big ears that lets heat out of its body.It MOST likely lives
When rain forms, water changes states from a
A vibrating rubber band makes a sound. The faster the rubber band vibrates
Which property do scientists NOT consider a property of soil?
Which human activity would INCREASE the number of places for animals to live?
If two magnets are stuck together, then which poles are touching?
Which process can quickly change the height of a mountain?
The Sun and Moon BOTH
When light rays bounce back at the light source, the light has been
To encumber
acute
facetious language
benign
to show impudence
indulgent
to placate
to be indolent
to be emphatic
to be vigil
Where are coral reefs located?
What is the name of the animal part of a coral?
What do hard corals extract from seawater for their skeleton?
What is the name of the symbiotic organisms that live inside a coral?
What is the proper sequence in reef formation?
How do corals reproduce?
How old are most coral reefs?
How fast do most corals grow per year?
What give corals their color?
How do corals get food?
The line graph (picture #1) shows five years of data about a dog. What information does the graph show?
All of these can be inherited by people except
Which of the following is an example os static electricity?
During which phase does the moon receive sunlight only on the side facing away from Earth?
(Picture #2) . What is the range of the data for rubber band B?
A coal-burning facility is constructed in an area containing several pond ecosystems. How will this human activity most likely affect the pond ecosystems?
Which characteristic is used to classify frogs into a differerent phylum from squid, snails, and jellyfish?
(Picture #3) The illustration shows a wave. The wave's wavelength is the distance between points -
Which is an SI metric unit of mesurement that is used to record the heat transfer of a solution in a classroom investigation?
Black bears roam over large territories. What effect would building shopping centers in these territories have on the bears?
(picture #4) According to this equation, what happened to the carbon and oxygen?
Which energy transformation occurs first in a coal-burning power plant?
(picture # 5) This is a radiometer. One blade is painted yellow and one is black.If placed in the sun the blades begin to spin. This device is powered by what kind of energy?
(picture #6) This data table shows the results of an investigation. What information should be used for the column headings marked x?
Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
(Picture #7) What is the role of the Orca in this food chain?
A car manufacturer reduces the mass of a car by 250 kg. If the new design is otherwise identical to the olod design, how will the new car compare to the old car?
A student predicts that similar ice cubes will melt faster in a microwave than in a pot on the stove. How should this hypothesis be tested?
Which of these best describe the particle motion taking place as CO2 gas is exposed to freezing temperatures
The best scientific reason for a scientist to accept a specific theory is
(Picture # 8) Robert Hooke looked at a piece of cork under a microscope. the little boxes he saw in thecork are called -
there are harvesting regulations for many fish species that limit the number and size of the fish that can be kept. What is the most likely reason for these limits?
How is the modern model of an atom different from the Bohr atomic model?
It is important to protect air quality because -
As the energy needs increase, new sources of energy are required to replace or supplement the nonrenewable sources of energy now in use. 2 sources of energy that are renewable
Human sweat is the direct result of which life functions
What is one advantage of using a hydroecletric plant?
Which of the following are products of combustion?
Which of these substances is an element?
The quality of pond water can be determined by identifying the number and types of organisms found living in the water. Which piece of equipment will help identify these organisms
(picture #9) A scale model of the planet Mercury is shown. Based on the scale, which of the following is the most accurate diameter of Mercury?
Where is water most likely to become contaminated?
A student makes a drawing of a carbon atom. Which of these should the student show in the nucleus of the atom?
For separate ecosystems to be classifies as the same type of biome, the must -
Clouds are formed when millions of drops of water become suspended in the air. Which of the following is a step in the process of cloud formation?
(Picture #10) The equation for photosynthesis is shown. Which of these is required to complete the equation for photosynthesis
(Picture #11) To complete a project, 200,000 Joules of work are needed. The time taken to complete the project is 20 seconds. How much power is needed?
Otters eat shellfish and crustaceans. If changes in biotic factors of the ecosystem result in reduced numbers of shellfish and crustaceans, the otters will most likely -
Which of the following best describes why the moon orbits Earth
During a fireworks show a family sees sparkles from a firework and a moment later hears the pop Which of these best explains why they do not seem to occur at the same time
On a sunny morning, students standing in front of a store window noticed an image of themselves in the glass. Why did the students see their image in the glass?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source?
Energy from the sun is distributed around Earth by -
(picture #12) Students condcuted an investigation to determine if unknown liquids were acids or bases. What was the independent variable in this investigation?
Chloroplasts are found only in organisms that are able to -
Laundry in clothes dryer often becomes charged with static electricity while drying. Which of these best explains why a clothes dryer often generates static electricity
Earth is different from the other planets in our soolar system because it -
which gas do animals need to carry out life processes?
It is important to protect air quality because
Which of the following is an example of potential energy?
Prior to the Industrial Revolution...
The Industrial Revolution began in...
Who benefited least from the industrial revolution?
Due to Industrialization...
The founder of Communism is considered to be...
The founder of capitalism is considered to be...
The founder of utilitarianism is considered to be
Hugo Chavez, the ruler of Venezuela, declares that the country' oil industry will now be owned and run by the government of Venezuela.
The people of East Timor eliminate their government and agree to share all goods, wealth, and production equally.
The price of gasoline jumps to $4.20 per gallon. Oil companies argue prices have to rise to ensure adequate profits
Who won the Seven Weeks War?
Who won the Franco-Prussian War?
Who lost the Crimean War?
Who lost the Schleswig-Holstein Conflict?
Which country was NOT successful in their revolution
Which country broke away from the Ottoman Empire?
Which reason best describes why revolutions succeed during the 1800s?
Who was most likely to be a conservative during the 19th century?
Who was most likely to be a liberal during the 19th century?
Who was most responsible for creating the German Empire?
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What is the name for the holy writings for Christianity?
What is the name of the holy writings for Islam?
In what country did Hinduism and Buddhism originate?
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