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Mesopotamia

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Question Answer Ziggurat Ziggurat temple built in mesopotamia to worship the gods. Hammurabi’s cobe Hammurabi’s cobe one of the first written law codes. Polytheism Polytheism belief in many gods. Cuneiform System fo writing that developed in mesopotamia. Irrigation Irrogation process of redirecting water to crops. ( farms ) Monotheism Belief in one god. Fertile crescent […]

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Stack #2608572

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Question Answer The results of an action Consequences Relating to simple or basic facts Rudimentary Challenge Defy Bravely no matter the risk Venture Impressive arrangements Array Passed spreaded Permeated Barley Sparsely Perfectly Immaculately Carefully Poised Stiff Rigid

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6th Regular 2nd 9weeks 4th week

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Term Definition Kindle to start (a fire); cause (a flame, blaze, etc.) to begin burning; to set fire to or ignite (fuel or any combustible matter); to excite; stir up or set going; animate; rouse; inflame Impulsive actuated or swayed by emotional or involuntary Hasten to move or act with haste; proceed with haste; hurry; […]

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7th Regular 2nd 9 weeks 4th week

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Term Definition Acknowledge to take notice of or reply to; to confirm as binding or of legal force; to show or express recognition or realization of; to recognize the authority, validity, or claims of Modify to reduce or lessen in degree or extent; moderate; soften; to change somewhat the form or qualities of; alter partially; […]

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Anatomy Ch. 6 Vocab

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Question Answer From; (Abduction) Ab- A vinegar cup; (Acetabulum of the hip joint) Acetabulum Toward, to; (Adduction) Ad- On both sides; (Amphiarthrosis) Amphi- Joint; (Synarthrosis) Arthros Precursor; (Osteoblast) Blast Around; (Circumduction) Circum- Break; (Osteoclast) Clast Clavicle; (Clavicle) Clavius Shell; (Middle concha) Concha Crown; (Coronoid fossa) Corona Skull; (Cranium) Cranio Sieve; (Cribriform plate) Cribrum Tooth; (Dens) […]

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Hyper Exam 2

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Question Answer What is CPAP? maintains positive pressure throughout both inspiration and expiration Physiological benefits CPAP? Recruitment of collapsed alveoli via increase FRC, decreased WOB, Improve distribution of ventilation through collateral ventilation (pores of kohn), increase secretion removal, improved oxygenation CPAP indications? Post-op atelaectasis, cardiogenic pulmonary edema, sleep apnea, decreased O2 saturation- refractory hypoxemia (PaO2 […]