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5-Rules
blotchy
fray
initiate
osprey
a
a
a
a
blotchy
a
fray
a
Rules: Chapters 1-5
autism
occupational therapy
wayward
downcast
a condition that begins in childhood and causes problems in f…
treatment that helps people who have physical or mental probl…
not going or moving in the intended direction
looking downward
autism
a condition that begins in childhood and causes problems in f…
occupational therapy
treatment that helps people who have physical or mental probl…
17 terms
"Rules" Chapters 5-9
fiery
grit
thrash
awkward
characterized by intense emotion
clench together
move or stir about violently
lacking grace or skill in manner, movement, or performance
fiery
characterized by intense emotion
grit
clench together
5 Rules
Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
Follow directions quickly.
Raise your hand for permission to speak.
Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.
Make smart choices.
Rule 1
Follow directions quickly.
Rule 2
Raise your hand for permission to speak.
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R-5 Divisibility Rules
2
3
4
5
If the last digit is even (0,2,4,6,8)
If sum of the digits are divisible by three
If the last two digits are divisible by 4
If the digit is 0 or 5
2
If the last digit is even (0,2,4,6,8)
3
If sum of the digits are divisible by three
Rules - Chapter 5
gauzy
shuffling
skeleton key
compact
not clear
dragging or scraping the feet while walking
a key that will open many doors
small, strong, and well proportioned
gauzy
not clear
shuffling
dragging or scraping the feet while walking
Comma Rule Practice (5 rules)
Adj, adj noun
List
Introductory stuff
Interruptors
Small, furry rabbit jumped on the lawn.
Alicia bought ballons, paper cups, and snacks for the party.
Indeed, the weather was excellent.
Molly, on the other hand, prefers chocolate.
Adj, adj noun
Small, furry rabbit jumped on the lawn.
List
Alicia bought ballons, paper cups, and snacks for the party.
5 rules
1. AIM HIGH IN STEERING... Imaginary targ…
2. GET THE BIG PICTURE... How wide how de…
3. KEEP YOUR EYES MOVING... Move eyes: Fr…
4. LEAVE YOURSELF AN OUT... Have an escap…
4. Establish and maintain a (4) to 6 second following distanc…
1. When stopped in traffic (1) vehicle car length is required…
2. When starting up and passing through intersections, look a…
4. Establish and maintain a (4) to 6 second following distanc…
1. AIM HIGH IN STEERING... Imaginary targ…
4. Establish and maintain a (4) to 6 second following distanc…
2. GET THE BIG PICTURE... How wide how de…
1. When stopped in traffic (1) vehicle car length is required…
5 terms
5 rules
Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
Dress for lab
Personal protective equipment
Chemical safety
Safety equipment
Rule 1
Dress for lab
Rule 2
Personal protective equipment
5 terms
5 rules
Undistributed middle
Illicit major... Illicit minor
Exclusive premise
Drawing a negative conclusion from an…
Middle term bust be distributed rule 1
If a term is distributed in the conclusion it must be distrib…
Two negative premises are not allowed rule 3
A negative conclusion requires a negative premise and visa ve…
Undistributed middle
Middle term bust be distributed rule 1
Illicit major... Illicit minor
If a term is distributed in the conclusion it must be distrib…
5 rules
1
2
3
4
Do not eat flesh or fish
Do not suck up drink
Do not follow man
Do not walk on all-fours
1
Do not eat flesh or fish
2
Do not suck up drink
5 terms
5 rules
Rule one
Rule two
Rule three
Rule four
undistributed middle
illicit major, illicit minor
Two negative premises
Negative premise requires negative conclusion and vice verses
Rule one
undistributed middle
Rule two
illicit major, illicit minor
5 rules
1
2
3
4
Stress
after prepisition,with, for, to the house of
compund subject SHE AND I HIM AND HER
no verb. short answer
1
Stress
2
after prepisition,with, for, to the house of
5 Rules
Rule one
Rule two
Rule three
Rule four
reduplicate initial stem letter forming present and separate…
rarely uses a connecting vowel in the indicative.
employ three present active personal endings
stem vowel can lengthen, shorten, or drop out.
Rule one
reduplicate initial stem letter forming present and separate…
Rule two
rarely uses a connecting vowel in the indicative.
10 terms
5 Rules
pretérito #1
pretérito #2
pretérito #3
pretérito #4
una vez
acción completa
hubo - there was, there were
how did it all turn out (the end)
pretérito #1
una vez
pretérito #2
acción completa
10 terms
rule 5
Common noun
proper noun
singular noun
plural noun
any person place thing or idea
a specific person place thing or idea and begins with a capit…
one person place thing or idea
more than one
Common noun
any person place thing or idea
proper noun
a specific person place thing or idea and begins with a capit…
Rules 1-5
C softens to /s/ when followed by E, I…
G may soften to /j/ only when followed…
English words do not end in I, U, V or J
A, E, O, U usually say their names at…
center, cat, circus, clap, icy, arc
germ, get, goat, ginger, gift, glad, allergy, orgyle, egg
cry, true, have, edge, high, few, age
ta per, tap per, be low, bel low, to tal, tot ter, ... hu man, h…
C softens to /s/ when followed by E, I…
center, cat, circus, clap, icy, arc
G may soften to /j/ only when followed…
germ, get, goat, ginger, gift, glad, allergy, orgyle, egg
30 terms
5 second rule, game
TEAM A
TEAM B
TEAM A
TEAM B
Name 3 words that describe your character.
Name 3 things that should always be in your fridge.
Name 3 things that make you mad!
Name three things you forget very often.
TEAM A
Name 3 words that describe your character.
TEAM B
Name 3 things that should always be in your fridge.
Rules by Cynthia Lord 5
whorl
tolerant
clench
sarcastic
a strand or cluster of hair
able to endure environmental conditions or stress
squeeze together tightly
expressing or expressive of ridicule that wounds
whorl
a strand or cluster of hair
tolerant
able to endure environmental conditions or stress
5.klass Shcool Rules
respect
tough
switch off
packed lunch
austus, lugupidamine
raske, kõva, sitke
välja lülitama
kodunt kaasavõetud lõunasöök
respect
austus, lugupidamine
tough
raske, kõva, sitke
11 terms
Rule 5
Responsibility of Partners
Partner shall make reasonable effort t…
partner has supervisory authority and…
Partner is responsible for subordinate…
5.1
5.1(a)
5.1(b)
5.1(c)
Responsibility of Partners
5.1
Partner shall make reasonable effort t…
5.1(a)
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The Rule of 5
The rule of 5 defined
94.5
95.6
103.5
Always round to the nearest EVEN number when the last number…
Round to 94
Round to 96
Round to 104
The rule of 5 defined
Always round to the nearest EVEN number when the last number…
94.5
Round to 94
Rule 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Responsibilities of Partners and Supervisory Lawyers
Responsibilities of a Subordinate Lawyer
Responsibilities Regarding Nonlawyer Assistance
Professional Independence of a Lawyer
5.1
Responsibilities of Partners and Supervisory Lawyers
5.2
Responsibilities of a Subordinate Lawyer
"Rules" Ch. 5 Vocab
shiver
clench
jabs
angling
trembling slightly, usually brought on by cold temperature or…
to close tightly
pokes with the end of sometihng; quick punches
slanting
shiver
trembling slightly, usually brought on by cold temperature or…
clench
to close tightly
5 Rules of Backing
Rule #1
Rule #2
Rule #3
Rule #4
If you must back, back first and to the driver's side.
Back only when necessary.
Before and during backing, scan the areas your vechicle will…
Tap your horn continuously to signal you intentions.
Rule #1
If you must back, back first and to the driver's side.
Rule #2
Back only when necessary.
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Spelling Rules 5
Change Y to I for any suffix unless th…
After a consonant use T-I-O-N most of…
After a short vowel spell/shun/ as T-I…
/zhun/ is always spelled S-I-O-N
Change
Fraction
Nutrition MIssion
Explosion
Change Y to I for any suffix unless th…
Change
After a consonant use T-I-O-N most of…
Fraction
5 Safety Rules
Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
Operate only with a teacher present and after (s)he has told…
Take off jewelry, pull back long hair
Make sure all guards to machines are in place and working pro…
Always use eye protection
Rule 1
Operate only with a teacher present and after (s)he has told…
Rule 2
Take off jewelry, pull back long hair
89 terms
Topic 5 Teenage rules
A catchphrase
An attire
Oversized
Fake tan
Un slogan, une accroche
Une tenue, des vêtements
Surdimensionné
Du faux bronzage
A catchphrase
Un slogan, une accroche
An attire
Une tenue, des vêtements
15 terms
5-Second Rule
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Portrait Studios
Name 3 Famous Female Singers
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
Name 3 Companies that sell Homes
Name 3 Famous Male Singers
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
5 rules for testing syllogisms
Rule #1
Rule #2
Rule #3
Rule #4
In at least one premise, the middle term must be distributed.
If a term is distributed in the conclusion, it must also be d…
A valid syllogism cannot have two negative premises.
A valid syllogism cannot have a negative premise and affirmat…
Rule #1
In at least one premise, the middle term must be distributed.
Rule #2
If a term is distributed in the conclusion, it must also be d…
20 terms
5 seconds rule - FOOD
Name 3 red fruits.
Name 3 things you eat for breakfast.
Name 3 hot drinks.
Name 3 green vegetables.
...
...
...
...
Name 3 red fruits.
...
Name 3 things you eat for breakfast.
...
5-Second Rule
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Portrait Studios
Name 3 Famous Female Singers
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
Name 3 Companies that sell Homes
Name 3 Famous Male Singers
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
5 classroom rules-degan
1
2
3
4
Be respectful
be on time
Come prepared to class
No food or drinks in class
1
Be respectful
2
be on time
12 terms
5-Second Rule vocabulary
Debunked
Baffled
Substances
Accumulate
At first, thought to be true, but later, proven to be untrue;…
Confused
Nutrients, elements, minerals.
Increase in number or amount; Pile up, Collect, or Gather
Debunked
At first, thought to be true, but later, proven to be untrue;…
Baffled
Confused
10 terms
Diction Rules 5
or
Everyday
It's
like
The cashier would not accept either checks ( or / nor ) money…
( Every day / Everyday ) people are defined as regular people…
"( Its / It's ) like this and like that, and like that and li…
William enjoyed many dinners at home, ( like / as ) yesterday…
or
The cashier would not accept either checks ( or / nor ) money…
Everyday
( Every day / Everyday ) people are defined as regular people…
5 resonance patterns and Rules
Allylic lone pair
allylic positive charge
lone pair adjacent to a positive charg…
a pi bond between two atoms of differi…
exception: not possible to combine charges to cancel them out…
Allylic lone pair
allylic positive charge
The 5 rules for testing syllogisms
Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
In at least one premise, the middle term must be distributed
If a term is distributed in the conclusion, it must also be d…
A valid syllogism cannot have two negative premises
A valid syllogism cannot have a negative premise and an affir…
Rule 1
In at least one premise, the middle term must be distributed
Rule 2
If a term is distributed in the conclusion, it must also be d…
14 terms
5-Second Rule
Start
Name 3 Verbs
Name 3 Famous Female Singers
Name 3 Types of Fish
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Adjectives
Name 3 Famous Male Singers
Name 3 Clothing Stores
Start
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Verbs
Name 3 Adjectives
21 terms
5/6 Law and Rules
arson
forgery
judge
defendant
illegal burning of property
something counterfeit; an illegally produced imitation
A person chosen to interpret laws, decide on a winner, or set…
an individual or group being sued or charged with a crime
arson
illegal burning of property
forgery
something counterfeit; an illegally produced imitation
12 terms
Theme 5 Grammar Rules
Action Verbs
Linking Verbs
Present Tense - singular
Present Tense - plural
Tell what the subject of the sentence does
...
Add an "s" to the end of most verbs
Do not add an ending to the verb
Action Verbs
Tell what the subject of the sentence does
Linking Verbs
...
55 terms
5 Second rule 2
Name 3 fruits
Name 3 things that can keep you warm
Name 3 books of the bible in the old t…
Name 3 of Jesus' disiples
...
...
...
...
Name 3 fruits
...
Name 3 things that can keep you warm
...
20 terms
5-Second Rule, kids
Team A
Team B
Team A
Team B
Name 3 Animals
Name 3 Colours
Name 3 Clothes
Name 3 Yellow things
Team A
Name 3 Animals
Team B
Name 3 Colours
20 terms
5-Second Rule, Movers
TEAM A
TEAM B
TEAM A
TEAM B
Name 3 Animals
Name 3 Colours
Name 3 Clothes
Name 3 Family members
TEAM A
Name 3 Animals
TEAM B
Name 3 Colours
50 terms
Part 5: Rules of the Road
Police officer
Red signs
Green signs
Blue signs
an officer directing traffic overrules any traffic light or s…
stop, or do not do something.
direction or guidance
driver services
Police officer
an officer directing traffic overrules any traffic light or s…
Red signs
stop, or do not do something.
33 terms
Unit 5 Rules
rule
rush
or
hold the door
reegel
tormama
või (sidesõna)
ust lahti hoidma
rule
reegel
rush
tormama
39 terms
5 School rules
Il faut
Il ne faut pas
On ne peut pas
Il est interdit
You have to/must
You must not
One cannot
It is forbidden
Il faut
You have to/must
Il ne faut pas
You must not
The 5 Rules Of Spanish
Happy Spanish
Always be Prepared
Use the hand raising system
Listen the first time
Spanish class is fun and the people are happy
Computer, Paper, Pencil/Pen, and Notebook
Raise your hand
use your ears
Happy Spanish
Spanish class is fun and the people are happy
Always be Prepared
Computer, Paper, Pencil/Pen, and Notebook
5 terms
UPS 5 RULES FOR BACKING
1. Only back when necessary
2. If you must back, back 1st, back im…
3. Visually scan area BEFORE and DURIN…
4. Tap horn continuously to signal int…
Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
1. Only back when necessary
Rule 1
2. If you must back, back 1st, back im…
Rule 2
44 terms
Preterite Rules 3-5
Yo: traer
tú: poner
ellos: hacer
él/ella/Ud.: venir
traje
pusiste
hicieron
vino
Yo: traer
traje
tú: poner
pusiste
5-Second Rule
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Portrait Studios
Name 3 Famous Female Singers
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
Name 3 Companies that sell Homes
Name 3 Famous Male Singers
Name 3 Internet Websites
Name 3 Jewelry Stores
Name 3 Pizza Shops
Name 3 Ice Cream Shops
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