Civil Trial21 terms
assumption of risk A legal defense in which a person may not recover money damages for an injury received when he/she v… stipulation An agreement between the plaintiff and defendant concerning a certain fact or piece of evidence. cross examination Questioning of a witness by the opposing attorney, conducted after completion of the direct examinat… jury instructions An explanation by the judge to the jury given at the end of the trial to inform the jury as to the l… plaintiff The person or entity which files or begins a civil lawsuit defendant The person or entity in which a civil lawsuit is brought against opening statement In a trial, statements given at the beginning of a trial by the attorneys to give the jury a preview…
Truth About Drugs15 terms
withdrawal Unpleasant physical and psychological effects that happen when a person stops using a drug. addiction Condition caused by repeated drug use and a compulsive need to use drugs. marijuana Mind-altering drug that comes from the cannabis sativa plant and contains THC. amphetamines Man-made drugs that speed up the central nervous system; examples speed, crank, and crack. depressant Drug that decreases bodily functions and causes the user to seem tired. heroin Powerfully addictive narcotic derived from the opium poppy. high Initial feeling of power and aggressiveness that occurs after drug use.
placeholder To reserve a space in a presentation for a certain type of information, use a(n) ___. Slide Sorter You can rearrange slides using drag and drop in ___ view. Slide Design To change a slide's color scheme, open the ___ task pane. Slides tab Which PowerPoint window elements shows slide thumbnails that can be repositioned using drag and drop? Title and Text Layout The slide layout used to create a bulleted list is the __. Slide layout Which task pane automatically opens each time you insert a new slide using the New Slide button? Format Choose _____, Background to change the color of the background of a slide.
Automobile Insurance16 terms
insurer The company or agency that writes an insurance policy. replacement cost What is would cost to replace a piece of property or rebuild a structure. policyholder The owner of an insurance policy; the one who pays the premiums. collision The act or process of colliding; a crash insured An individual covered by an insurance policy. medical payments Auto insurance coverage can help to provide medical payment for treatment of bodily injury of those … comprehensive Insurance coverage designed to pay for the repair or replacement of the policy owner's car in the ev…
Risk Management--Insurance30 terms
actuary A professional who calculates risks based on losses and determines insurance rates and premiums. agent An authorized representative of an insurance company who sells and services insurance contracts. beneficiary The person who receives the death benefit from a loife insurance policy. bonds Loans to companies or governments. claimant The person who files the claim with the insurance company. copayment A cost-sharing arrangement in which a person pays a specific charge for a specific medical service. … coverage The amount and type of protection provided under an insurance contract.
Credit and Credit Cards20 terms
annual fee Yearly fee charged by some credit cards companies to have their card. ATM cash advance Using your credit card to get cash from an automated teller machine. balance payer Someone who pays off his/her entire credit card balance each month. balance transfer Payong off one credit card by transferring it to another credit card. credit Borrowing money and promising to pay it back later. credit card solicitations Advertisements sent in the mail inviting you to apply for credit cards. credit cards Plastic cards used to make purchases on credit.
All About Letters20 terms
block The style of letter where all parts begin at the left margin. salutation The letter greeting such as Dear Mr. Smith. letterhead A preformatted document for keying business letters that includes the company name, address, and oth… four The amount of times to press Enter to leave 3 blank lines. complimentary Keyed a DS below the last paragraph. Uses words such as Sincerely or Cordially. two The amount of times to press Enter for one blank line. letter address The name and address to whom the letter is sent.
file All the worksheets and charts in a workbook are saved together as one ? Ctrl To fill a range with numbers that increment by 1--such as 1, 2, 3--press and hold down the ___ key a… multiple To insert ___ rows or columns, first select the number of rows or columns you want to insert. Format Painter The button that allows you to copy formats from one cell and paste the formats into another cell or … function A formula that has already been created by Excel to perform a common calculation. operators The +, -, * and / symbols are the basic calculation ___ used in worksheet formulas. adjacent You can use the fill handle to copy data and formulas to ___ cells.
Word Processing50 terms
DS To automatically key with one blank line between the lines, set the line spacing to ? Twice To double space when on single spacing, press Enter ? 3 Quadruple spacing leaves ___ blank lines CAPS LOCK To key an entire word in ALL CAPS, use the ___ key capitalization If a word or letter has 3 lines under it as a proofreader's mark, it indicates ? add a space # is the proofreader's mark to indicate ? agenda A list of topics to be discussed at a meeting
Checking Account Terms48 terms
Balance The amount of money you have in your account. Cancelled Check Checks the bank has paid. They will appear on your bank statement. Cashier's Check A check issued by a bank and sold to you for personal payments to people who won't accept a personal… Check A written order to the bank that tells it to take a stated amount of money from your account and pay… Checkbook A handy portfolio that holds your check register, checks, deposit slips, receipts, and other ATM/deb… Check register A record that allows you to keep track of checks you have written, ATM/debit card transactions, as w… Check stub The part of a check that you keep as record of the transaction if you do not use a check register.
Computer Basics30 terms
hardware The physical components of the computer system. software The programs or instructions that tell the computer what to do. CPU The brain of the computer or central processing unit. ROM The permanent memor that is built in your computer. This is read only. RAM The computer's working memory, sometimes called random-accessed memory. megabyte Approximately a million bytes. gigabyte Approximately a billion bytes (or 1,000 megabytes)