inhaling: diaphragm contracts, rib cage rises and increases the volume of the chest cavity, air rushes into the lungs expiration: diaphragm relaxes & moves up into original dome shape. This decreases the chest volume & moves air out of the lungs diaphragm: a sheet of muscle that separates the organs of the chest cavity from those of the abdminal cavity. Moves up and down to aid in respiration. alveoli: tiny air sacs within the lungs where gas exchange occurs between air & blood. 1 cell thick and located at the end of the bronchioles. lungs: two spongy organs that are large & sac-like in the thoracic cavity enclosed by the diaphragm and rib cage. where external respiration happens pharynx: throat; passageway for food to the esophagus and air to the larynx nasal cavity: the cavity behind the nose and above the roof of the mouth that filters air and moves mucous and inhaled contaminants outward and away form the lungs. bronchioles: small tubes that branch off the bronchi that contain clusters of alveoli at each end. cilia: The fine hairlike projections from certain cells such as those in the respiratory tract that sweep in unison and help to sweep away fluids and particles trachea: The main air tube leading into the respiratory system. The trachea is made of alternating rings of cartilage and connective tissue. epiglottis: a flap of cartilage that prevents food from entering the trachea when eating and opens to allow breathing and speaking bronchi: Has ring of cartilage to keep pathway open, branches off trachea in a Y shape to take air into lungs colds: caused by viruses that mutate regularly- can be very serious for infants, elderly & those with other health complications bronchitis: inflammation & excess mucus production in the bronchi & bronchioles, caused by viral or bacterial infection or by chemical irritants (ex. smoke) - causes narrowing of the air passageways, making breathing & gas exchange difficult, leads to coughing asthma: chronic allergic disorder characterized by episodes of severe breathing difficulty, coughing, and wheezing using the air passage to narrow & causes shortness of breath corticosteroids: drug delivered directly to the lungs by an inhaler, stimulate air passages…
& vocabulary learning
The acquisition of vocabulary at first sight seems
straightforward; we all know you need a large number
of words to speak a language. That is to say, the role of
vocabulary seems to have received people’s consistent
understanding in foreign language learning. However,
people are still uncertain about which vocabulary
items should be taught and learned, in what order
and how they can be taught and learned most
Mod 7 Final Assignment
I decided to report about an unacceptably high number of District of Columbia residents that lack health insurance. About 74,000 District residents under age 65 did not have health insurance coverage at some time during the year. Many do not qualify for public health insurance or, if they qualify, do not enroll. The Health Care Coverage Advisory Panel has issued eight recommendations for expanding health insurance in the District. Several of them urge the District to do…
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1750 to 1820.
During the early eighteenth century, the heavy, monumental baroque style gave way to the more intimate rococo style, with its light colors, curved lines, and graceful ornaments.
Neoclassical artists emphasized firm lines, clear structure, and moralistic subject matter.
Around the middle of the eighteenth century, composers concentrated on simplicity and clarity.
Polyphonic texture was neglected in favor of tuneful melody and simple harmony…
The Systems & Language Skills of English
(I went to London; I’ve been to London); (Foot; foots) are both Grammar systems because of the verb tense used.
(Lend me $5. Could you possibly lend me $5?); (I’d rather not; no way); (Should; must) would each be Function. Each group communicates a particular purpose.
(Library; bookstore); (Photograph; photographer) are both Lexis or Vocabulary
(Hit; heat) Lastly is Phonology because of the similar sounds.…
H English Per. 2
Vocabulary Essay #4
I do not write this to flaunt my thoughts, though one may unfortunately conclude so by the end. I write this rather not to teach you, Ms. Rhude, how to do something that is cool, but to teach you of something that is very…very…cool, and will last longer than any trick, any fad, described in another’s vocabulary essay.
To say the abilities of the human body are plenary is to make an untoward claim stating the magnitude of the universe…
due the next day. However, you can turn in all vocabulary word on the due date.
|Date |Homework |Quiz or Test |
|1/21星期一 |Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Day | |
|1/22星期二 |Typed & Recording:你家是租房子还是自己的房子？; Read & Write L6 Vocabulary；Parent & | |…
from the west pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece, ca. 490 BCE. Marble, 5' 2 1/2" long. Glyptothek, Munich.
Detail of the Dying Warrior.
The Dying Warrior reminds us of the Archaic kouros figures discussed in Module 3. Recall that the kouros figure known as the Calf Bearer (Moshophorus) seems unnatural and bears the archaic smile. His stylized, beaded hair and flattened torso make him seem distant and artificial. He holds onto a knife that has been thrust into…
Fin350 Week 7 Module 7 Practice Problems
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Module 7 Essay Questions
1) Describe how tooling is controlled in a part 145 maintenance organisation.
Tool control within a part 145 maintenance organisation can be divided in two main areas, the control of company supplied tools and the individual control of their own personal tooling. Tool control is a part 145 requirement
Good tool control is essential to prevent any tooling from becoming a foreign object which might cause an obstruction…