Description | | | Term | | | belief in one god; Judaism is the first | monotheism | belief in many gods; Hinduism | polytheism | past deeds will determine the future; Hinduism | karma | holy book of Judaism | Torah | holy book of Islam | Quran/Koran | holy book of Christianity | The Bible (Old--from Judaism--and New Testament) | holy book of Hinduism | Vedas | God's son Jesus is call the _________. | messiah | Given to Moses on the mountain; rules to follow | 10 Commandments | holy war predicted by Muslims | jihad | Christians belief of the father, son, and holy spirit | trinity | Muslim belief: fasting, prayer, pilgrimage, alms to poor, and faith in Allah | Five Pillars | Holy month for Muslims; no eating from sun up to sun down | Ramadan | Hindu belief in many lives; can also apply to Buddhism | reincarnation | class system for Hinduism; from untouchable to Brahmins | caste system | Buddhist beliefs: suffering exists; material desires cause suffering; get rid of desires and no more suffering; reach nirvana | Four Noble Truths | Buddhist belief--8 steps towards ending suffering | Eightfold Path | Buddha; when you understand the meaning of life you have become ___________. | Enlightened | ultimate goal for Buddhists is to reach __________. | Nirvana | Religious war among German princes; Protestants vs. Catholics; ended with the Peace of Augsburg | Thirty Years War | only Christian church during the Middle Ages in western Europe | Catholic Church | speaking out against the Catholic Church; Galileo was accused of this and brought before the Inquisition | heresy | Italian word for rebirth of Greek and Roman culture | Renaissance | belief led by Erasmus; forcus on individual and study of the classical Greek and Roman culture | humanism | invention which allowed the spread of the Renaissance and Reformation; developed by Gutenberg | printing press | Catholics could buy these pardon from sins; Martin Luther hated these | indulgences | merchants did not like the Catholic belief that you should not charge interest when lending money, also known as __________. | usury | Luther nailed these on a church door; protests against the Catholic Church | 95 Theses | Calvin's belief that God has already chosen who would be let into heaven | predestination | Church of England created by Henry VIII | Anglican | Catholic church group that punished those who spoke out against the Church; condemned Galileo | the Inquisition | Catholic attempt to stop people from leaving the church | Counter-Reformation | group set up during the Catholic Counter-Reformation; tried to convert people to Catholism | Jesuits | three reasons for exploration | God, Glory, and Gold | to travel around the globe; first done by Magellan, then Drake | circumnavigate | major trade product from Asia | spices | Spanish conqueror like Cortez and Pizarro | conquistador | European settlement; American was this to England | colony | global trade between eastern and western hemispheres | Columbian Exchange | slaves worked on these in the new world | plantations | term for gold and silver during the Age of Exploration | bullion | 3 legs of trade between Africa, New World, and Europe | Triangular trade | leg of triangular trade when slaves were brought from Africa to the New World | Middle Passage | major crop of the Caribbean | sugar cane | many Native Americans died because Europeans brought this to the New World | Diseases | Spanish laws which forced Native Americans into a kind of slavery | encomiendas | belief that the power of rule came by God; Louis, Peter, Frederick, and the Stuarts believed in this | divine right | type of monarch who has complete power | absolute | French Protestants
malaria infection. Bleakley used non-malaria regions to serve as control groups to allow controlling for differences over time. Bleakley also found that malaria is more impactful on infants and children while milder on adults. It also had more long-term effects on health and human capital.
B) Difference in differences is a statistical technique used economics, which tries to duplicate an experimental research design using observational study data. It calculates the effect of a treatment on an outcome…
that the offer must be communicated, committed and have definite terms. The offerer must communicate the offer to the offeree, the offerer must be bound to the offer and the offer must be specific in terms.
After an offer is made, the offeree can either reject, counteroffer or accept. If the offeree rejects the offer, he simply says, “No,” and the offer is not accepted. This simply means that the offeree does not accept the terms of the offer, at which point the offer is terminated. The offeree…
(h)Paid interest on debt incurred and due during the period
Part 1 + 2
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Assets total = 44410
Primary Flavoring Component Recovery (%)
Distillation BP (°C)
Table 2. IR Spectral Data
Chemical Structure and Name
Exp. Peaks (cm-1)
Lit. Peaks (cm-1)
Sp Hybridization str.
Sp3 Str, and aldehyde doublet
Aromatic ring Str.
Percent Recovery of Essential Oil
The purpose of this laboratory experiment was…
National Cranberry Cooperative
Ques 1: Draw a detailed process flow map of the current process at receiving Plant#1. What is the capacity of each operation in the process?
Refer to the power point presentation.
2. What is the maximum long-term achievable throughput rate of receiving Plant 1? What factors affect this throughput rate?
The Truck arrival rate is at 20 Trucks/Hr. This year based on the numbers there is going to be 70% Wet and 30% Dry Berries.
were happy with their working conditions. When a group of woman refused to sign, the
organisers of the group was sacked. The response was 1500 of the woman at bryant and May
went on Strike.
Many news reporters and their newspapers called for a boycott of Bryan and May
company. The women of Bryant and May also formed the Matchgirls union with Besant as the
leader. After weeks the company announced it was willing to reemploy with better working
very important/powerful so it was felt that these abuses were
- It was also felt that the Pope himself was corrupt which aggravated
anti-clericalism (opposition to the corruption of the clergy)
The Importance of Religion in 1500
Societies of western Europe were dominated by religion.
Society was organised due to religion.
power was shared between 2 authorities.
political power was held by the princes and religious power by the
UNIT 1 /2 – 8000 bce – 600 bce, 600 bce – 600 ce
Compare and contrast life in foraging societies with life in agricultural societies after the Agricultural Revolution
Identify two key changes in early African history that resulted in a new period in the history of the region
The Middle East
Analyze the political changes in the Middle East from the Agricultural Revolution to 600 c.e.
Compare and contrast the basic features of TWO of the following religious systems prior to 600 c.e.
India, are broad plains drained by two great rivers: The Ganges and The Indus
The Ganges, rising in the Himalayas, flows south and east to the Bay of Bengal through fertile plains that favor human settlement.
The Indus river is less predictable in terms of weather and is prone to significant changes in its depth and course
The river usually flows twice a year: in spring when it is swelled by melting mountain snow and in summer deposit rick silt, enabling farmers to plant and harvest two crops a year…