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    Human Rights

    Term Definition Endowed to be given Brotherhood feeling of friendship, an understanding between people Reaffirms to say something again to prove that it's true Conscience inner sense of what is right and wrong Conflict fighting between countries Dignity being worthy of respect Excluded Did not apply to Entitled to give a right to someone Fundamental the basics Aspirations something a person wants to achieve Articulated clearly stated or said Inalienable Impossible to take away or give up Promoting to make people aware of Upholding to support or defend Constitution a system or organization that is ruled

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    test prep help studying words

    Question Answer credential a quality, skill , or experience that makes a person suited to do a job . credible able to be believed; reasonable to trust or believe . creditor a person , bank, or company that lends money to someone . creed a statement of the basic beliefs of a religion; an idea or set of beliefs that guides the actions of a person or group . incredulous not able or willing to believe something ; feeling or showing a lack of belief . displace to take the job or position of someone or something ; to force people or animals to leave the area where they live…

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    unit 5

    anecdote a short account of an incident counterfeit (n)an imitation to deceive counterfeit (adj)not fake counterfeit (v)to make an illegal copy dominate to rule over by strength or power fallible capable of being wrong grimy very dirty,covered with dirt or soot maul to beat or knock about,to handle roughly radiant shining,bright;giving forth light or energy substantial large important,big,significant tactful skilled in handling difficult situations uncertainty doubt,the state of being unsure consolidate to combine,unite;to make solid docile easily,taught,led,or managed entreat to beg,implore fickle liable to change very rapidly fugitive(n) (n)one who fleas or runs away fugitive(adj) (adj)fleeting,lasting a short time iota a very small part or quantity potential(adj) possible,able to happen…

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    judaism

    Question Answer What is the first 5 books of the bible? Torah What is the collection of Jewish and civil laws called? Talmud What are Jewish ministers called? Rabbi Where would a worship service be held? Synagogue All the walls standing around the Jews holy temple were destroyed by the Romans except…? The Western Wall When did the Romans attack Jerusalem? a.d. 70

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    spanish spanish 1b

    Question Answer artistico artistic atrevedo daring bueno good deportista sports minded des ordinado dis organized ordenado organized estudioso studious feo ugly gracioso funny guapo attractive impaciante impacient intellighente smart paciente patient pezezoso lazy reservado shy serio serious simpatico nice socialble social talentoso talented trabanar traba hadora hard working antipatico unpleasant yo soy i am el amigo la amiga male friend el chica female friend siempre always a veses sometimes nunca never muy very pero but segun according to segun mi familia according to my family le gusta he or she likes como eres what are you like como es what is he or she like como se llama what is…

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    Ryleigh’s words

    Term Definition Aphorism (n) A pithy observation that contains a general truth Meander (v) (Of a river or road) follow a winding course Ceremonious (adj) Excessively polite Maxim (N) A short, pithy statement expressing a general truth or rule of conduct Plunge (v) Jump or dive energetically Abstain (v) Restrain oneself from doing or enjoying Glee (n) Great delight Increase (v) Become or make greater in size Dealing (n) A business or transaction Grief (n) Deep sorrow

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    MGMT Ch. 7 Exam 2

    Question Answer Which of the following primarily accounts for an? individual's intensity,? direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a? goal? Motivation Which dimension of motivation measures how long a person can maintain? effort? Persistence Which of the following is NOT among the early theories of? motivation? Goal-setting theory Which of the following needs in? Maslow's hierarchy refers to the drive to become what one is capable of? becoming? Self-actualization Which need in? Maslow's hierarchy refers to security and protection from physical and emotional? harm? Safety According to Douglas? McGregor's Theory? X, a manager assumes that employees? ________. inherently dislike work Which motivation theory is also called? motivation-hygiene theory? Two-factor…

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    wig

    Term Definition inspect to look closely proceed to move forward dormant not doing anything at this time : not active but able to become active tenant someone who rents or leases a house, apartment, etc., from a landlord region a part of a country, of the world, etc., that is different or separate from other parts in some way migrant a person who goes from one place to another especially to find work conservation the protection of animals, plants, and natural resources hydrogen a chemical element that has no color or smell and that is the simplest, lightest, and most common element- found in water concerted done in a planned…

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    Jesus religion

    Question Answer what was the small case attached to the doorway? mezuzah what was the main commandment in the mezuzah shema what do Jewish men wore? prayer shawls and phylacteris what was in the phylcteries ? the word of god this means peace? shalom Where did Jewish people celebrate feast and makes sacrifices? temple this is what the Jewish people call Sabbath? the lords day

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    Stack #2668804

    Question Answer 1. Nonprofit = not Not established for the purpose of making a profit 2.(n) a nonprofit oranganization. 1. Nonprofit = not Not established for the purpose of making a profit 2.(n) a nonprofit oranganization. 2.Spect = look Examination of ones own mental and emotional state or mental process; the act looking within oneself. 2.Spect = look Examination of ones own mental and emotional state or mental process; the act looking within oneself. 3. Scribe= write Inscribe – to write, to crave, to print, or engravee on a surface Ascribe – to credit or assign as to a cause or source; to attribute 3. Scribe= write Inscribe – to…