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History alive Chapter 10
Debts
Acts
Taxation without representation
Protest
Money owed to someone
A law created or pass by a government. For example the stamp…
Forcing people to pay taxes when they have no say in making t…
To object in a public way to something someone believes is wr…
Debts
Money owed to someone
Acts
A law created or pass by a government. For example the stamp…
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History Alive! Chapter 10
Patriots
Loyalists
allies
French and Indian War
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
nations that join together in a common effort, such as winnin…
Britain against the French for territory and power... 1756-1763…
Patriots
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Loyalists
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
32 terms
History Alive! Chapter 10
Act
The French and Indian War
The reason the French wanted the Ohio…
The reason the British wanted the Ohio…
Law
1754-1763 - Part of the Seven Years War that was fought in Am…
Trapping beavers and trading furs.
Farming the rich, fertile soil.
Act
Law
The French and Indian War
1754-1763 - Part of the Seven Years War that was fought in Am…
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History Alive Chapter 10
debts
acts
taxation without representation
protest
money that is owed to someone else
laws created or passed by a government
forcing people to pay taxes when they have had no say in maki…
to complain publicly about something that peopl ebelieve is w…
debts
money that is owed to someone else
acts
laws created or passed by a government
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History Alive 8 chapter 10
Bill of Rights
warrant
Double Jeopardy
Self-incrimination
A formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens.
An order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime.
Giving testimony that can be used against oneself.
Bill of Rights
A formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens.
warrant
An order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
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History Alive! Chapter 10
debts
acts
protest
taxation without representation
unpaid bills, money that is owed to someone else
laws created or passed by a government
to complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
forcing people to pay taxes when they had no say (no represen…
debts
unpaid bills, money that is owed to someone else
acts
laws created or passed by a government
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History Alive Chapter 10
acts
taxation without representation
protest
proclamation
laws
a slogan the summarized primary grievance
object to British rule
a official public announcement
acts
laws
taxation without representation
a slogan the summarized primary grievance
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History Alive Chapter 10
debts
acts
taxation without representation
protest
money that is owed to someone else
laws created or passed by a government
forcing people to pay taxes when they have had no say in maki…
to complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
debts
money that is owed to someone else
acts
laws created or passed by a government
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GDMS History Alive Chapter 10
City of Baghdad
Mosque
Scholarship and Learning
How did Al-Kindi balance religion and…
Crossroads of trade routes
Muslim house of worship ... Most had a minaret... Huge, grand bui…
Scholars from many lands came together to share knowledge ... S…
Humans have 2 sources of knowledge, reason and revelation of…
City of Baghdad
Crossroads of trade routes
Mosque
Muslim house of worship ... Most had a minaret... Huge, grand bui…
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History Alive Chapter 10
Parliament
Repeal
Debts
Acts
The lawmaking part of the British government similar to the C…
To take back, or to cancel a law
Money that is owed to someone else. People (and organizations…
Laws created or passed b a government.
Parliament
The lawmaking part of the British government similar to the C…
Repeal
To take back, or to cancel a law
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TCI: History Alive: The Ancient World - chapter 10
Which king conquered Egypt?
during what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
for how long did Kushite kings rule Eg…
when did meroe become the capital of k…
king Piye
during the new kingdom
about 1000 years
around 590 BCE
Which king conquered Egypt?
king Piye
during what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
during the new kingdom
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Chapter 10 History Alive Vocab Terms
Debts
Acts
Protest
Taxation without Representation
Money that is owed to someone else. People ( and organization…
Laws
a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection…
forcing people to pay taxes when they have no say in the maki…
Debts
Money that is owed to someone else. People ( and organization…
Acts
Laws
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History Alive Chapter 10
First Amendment
Ratification by the States
Second Amendment
Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech and Press:... 1. Religious Freedom (…
3/4 of the states must ratify (approve) an amendment before i…
The Right to Bear Arms
The act of changing of or adding to a motion, bill, constitut…
First Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech and Press:... 1. Religious Freedom (…
Ratification by the States
3/4 of the states must ratify (approve) an amendment before i…
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TCI: History Alive! Ancient World: Chapter 10
Which Kushite king conquered Egypt?
During what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
How long did Kushite kings rule Egypt?
When did Meroe become the capital of K…
King Piye
During the New Kingdom
about 1000 years
around 590 BCE
Which Kushite king conquered Egypt?
King Piye
During what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
During the New Kingdom
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History alive chapter 10
9 out of 13 states
Massachusetts was anti-Federalists
The bill of rights
James Wilson
How many states did ratification of the constitution require
Why was Massachusetts reluctant to ratify the constitution
What was the Federalists strategy in persuading the colonies…
Who led the way on the bill of rights
9 out of 13 states
How many states did ratification of the constitution require
Massachusetts was anti-Federalists
Why was Massachusetts reluctant to ratify the constitution
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History Alive America's Past Chapter 10
Protest
Parliament
repeal
debts
To complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
The lawmaking body of the British government.
To take back, or cancel, a law
Money that is owed to someone else
Protest
To complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
Parliament
The lawmaking body of the British government.
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History Alive Chapter 10
First Amendment
Ratification by the States
Second Amendment
Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech and Press:... 1. Religious Freedom (…
3/4 of the states must ratify (approve) an amendment before i…
The Right to Bear Arms
The act of changing of or adding to a motion, bill, constitut…
First Amendment
Freedom of Religion, Speech and Press:... 1. Religious Freedom (…
Ratification by the States
3/4 of the states must ratify (approve) an amendment before i…
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Medieval History Alive Chapter 10
750 C.E.
762 C.E.
Baghadad
Fatimid Dynasty
Abbasids wrested power from the Umayyads
Abbasids made Baghdad their capital
One of the worlds largest cities, major center of learning wh…
Capital city, Cairo, rivaled Baghdad. Most advanced universit…
750 C.E.
Abbasids wrested power from the Umayyads
762 C.E.
Abbasids made Baghdad their capital
History Alive!- Chapter 10
first continental congress
Stamp Act
Massacre
Tea Act
When 12 representatives from 12 colonies got together to disc…
A law the British Parliament passed which forced the colonist…
When someone attacks someone else and they have no way to def…
A law was passed by the British Parliament where the colonist…
first continental congress
When 12 representatives from 12 colonies got together to disc…
Stamp Act
A law the British Parliament passed which forced the colonist…
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Chapter 10 History Alive Vocab Terms
Debts
Acts
Protest
Taxation without Representation
Money that is owed to someone else. People ( and organization…
Laws
a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection…
forcing people to pay taxes when they have no say in the maki…
Debts
Money that is owed to someone else. People ( and organization…
Acts
Laws
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Grade 5 History: History Alive! Chapter 10
Patriots
Loyalists
French and Indian War
The Proclamation of 1763
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
Britain against the French for territory and power... 1756-1763…
King George III ordered that settlers had to stay east of the…
Patriots
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Loyalists
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
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History alive Chapter 10
Debts
Acts
Taxation without representation
Protest
Money owed to someone
A law created or pass by a government. For example the stamp…
Forcing people to pay taxes when they have no say in making t…
To object in a public way to something someone believes is wr…
Debts
Money owed to someone
Acts
A law created or pass by a government. For example the stamp…
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REGALBUTI HISTORY ALIVE CHAPTER 10
THE INTOLERABLE ACTS
THE TOWNSHEND ACTS TAXED SEVERAL GOODS…
THE PURPOSE OF THE PROCLAMATION OF 176…
THE QUARTERING ACT
WERE PASSED TO PUNISH THE COLONISTS AFTER THE BOSTON TEA PARTY.
BROUGHT INTO THE COLONIES FOR SALE.
TO PROTECT THE COLONISTS.
STATED THAT THE COLONISTS HAD TO PROVIDE THE BRITISH SOLDIERS…
THE INTOLERABLE ACTS
WERE PASSED TO PUNISH THE COLONISTS AFTER THE BOSTON TEA PARTY.
THE TOWNSHEND ACTS TAXED SEVERAL GOODS…
BROUGHT INTO THE COLONIES FOR SALE.
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History Alive! Chapter 10
Act
The French and Indian War
The reason the French wanted the Ohio…
The reason the British wanted the Ohio…
Law
1754-1763 - Part of the Seven Years War that was fought in Am…
Trapping beavers and trading furs.
Farming the rich, fertile soil.
Act
Law
The French and Indian War
1754-1763 - Part of the Seven Years War that was fought in Am…
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History Alive Chapter 10
debt
protested
acts
What happened at the end of the French…
unpaid bill
to show you don't like something
laws that Britain passed
British won... Britain was in debt... Britain gained more land
debt
unpaid bill
protested
to show you don't like something
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History Alive! - The Kingdom of Kush - Chapter 10
Meroe
Dynasty
Kandake
Superior
Meroe was a large and wealthy city. It was the capital of the…
A dynasty is a family or group that rules over land or people…
A kandake was a very powerful woman leader who ruled Kush oft…
Superior means better, higher quality, or from a higher level.
Meroe
Meroe was a large and wealthy city. It was the capital of the…
Dynasty
A dynasty is a family or group that rules over land or people…
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History Alive Chapter 10
debts
acts
taxation without representation
protest
money that is owed to someone else
laws created or passed by a government
forcing people to pay taxes when they have had no say in maki…
to complain publicly about something that peopl ebelieve is w…
debts
money that is owed to someone else
acts
laws created or passed by a government
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Grade 5 History: History Alive! Chapter 10
Patriots
Loyalists
French and Indian War
The Proclamation of 1763
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
Britain against the French for territory and power... 1756-1763…
King George III ordered that settlers had to stay east of the…
Patriots
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Loyalists
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
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History Alive Chapter 10 5th Grade
The Proclamation of 1763
The Quartering Act
The Stamp Act
The Boston Massacre
After the French and Indian War the colonists were forbidden…
Britain leaves soldiers behind in America to preotect the col…
The Britain passed an act that any printed paper such as jour…
The colonists are taunting the soldiers and throwing stones a…
The Proclamation of 1763
After the French and Indian War the colonists were forbidden…
The Quartering Act
Britain leaves soldiers behind in America to preotect the col…
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Chapter 10 - History Alive Vocabulary
Bill of Rights
warrant
double jeopardy
self-incrimination
formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens
an order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime.
giving testimony that can be used against oneself
Bill of Rights
formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens
warrant
an order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
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8th Grade History Alive Chapter 10: Key Terms
Bill of Rights
warrant
Double Jeopardy
Self-incrimination
A formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens.
An order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime.
Giving testimony that can be used against oneself.
Bill of Rights
A formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens.
warrant
An order from a judge that authorizes police or other officia…
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Grade 5 History: Mrs. Miller's History Alive! Chapter 10
Patriots
Loyalists
allies
French and Indian War
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
nations that join together in a common effort, such as winnin…
Britain against the French for territory and power... 1756-1763…
Patriots
Americans who believed that the colonies had the right to gov…
Loyalists
Americans who felt loyal to Great Britain
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5th Grade History Alive Chapter 10
The Proclamation of 1763
The Quartering Act
The Stamp Act
The Boston Massacre
After the French and Indian War the colonists were forbidden…
Britain leaves soldiers behind in America to preotect the col…
The Britain passed an act that any printed paper such as jour…
The colonists are taunting the soldiers and throwing stones a…
The Proclamation of 1763
After the French and Indian War the colonists were forbidden…
The Quartering Act
Britain leaves soldiers behind in America to preotect the col…
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History Alive Chapter 10 Vocab.
Patricians
Plebians
Consuls
Checks & Balences
The nobility in Roman society.
The common people of ancient Rome.
The two most powerful officials in Rome.
A system that balances the distribution of power in a governm…
Patricians
The nobility in Roman society.
Plebians
The common people of ancient Rome.
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Chapter 10 History Alive! The Medieval World and Beyond
Abbasid
Fatimid dynasty
immortal
zoology
member of a Muslim ruling family descended from Abbas, an unc…
a Muslim ruling family in Egypt and North Africa that was des…
able to live forever
the scientific study of animals
Abbasid
member of a Muslim ruling family descended from Abbas, an unc…
Fatimid dynasty
a Muslim ruling family in Egypt and North Africa that was des…
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Latin Alive Chapter 10
corpus, corporis, n.
caput, capitis, n.
ferrum, ferrī, n.
iter, itineris, n.
body
head
iron; sword
journey
corpus, corporis, n.
body
caput, capitis, n.
head
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Chapter 10 Mathematics from History Alive!
Mathematics
Euclid
Al-Khwarizimi
algebra
a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the log…
(circa 300 BCE), Greek mathematician. Considered to be the fa…
Islamic mathematician who pioneered the study of algebra. His…
A combination of variables, numbers, and at least one operati…
Mathematics
a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the log…
Euclid
(circa 300 BCE), Greek mathematician. Considered to be the fa…
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history alive ancient world chapter 10
Kushites
Treaty
Kandake
Dynasty
Who had been Egyptian subjects but had invaded and conquered…
A written agreement by which two or more groups agree to be p…
A powerful female leader who co-ruled kush with her husband a…
A family of group that rules for several generations
Kushites
Who had been Egyptian subjects but had invaded and conquered…
Treaty
A written agreement by which two or more groups agree to be p…
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Geography Alive! Chapter 10
restitution
Indigenous
ancestors
Mountain
Instead of sending people to jail, Mayan judges often require…
Which term describes a group of people that has lived in an a…
A traditional culture is mainly based on the ways of life of…
A cloud forest can be found in the highlands or ___________ t…
restitution
Instead of sending people to jail, Mayan judges often require…
Indigenous
Which term describes a group of people that has lived in an a…
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History Alive - Chapter 10 - The Bill of Rights
defendant
warrant
double jeopardy
self-incrimination
A person who is required to defend himself or herself in a le…
An order from a judge that allows police or other officials t…
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime
Giving testimony that can be used against oneself
defendant
A person who is required to defend himself or herself in a le…
warrant
An order from a judge that allows police or other officials t…
20 terms
History Alive - Chapter 10 - The Bill of Rights
defendant
warrant
double jeopardy
self-incrimination
A person who is required to defend himself or herself in a le…
An order from a judge that allows police or other officials t…
Putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime
Giving testimony that can be used against oneself
defendant
A person who is required to defend himself or herself in a le…
warrant
An order from a judge that allows police or other officials t…
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Government Alive! Chapter 10
Plurality
Winner-take-all-system
Suffrage
Voter Registration
The largest number of votes in a election; in elections with…
An electoral system that awards offices to the highest vote-g…
The right to vote.
The process of signing up to vote.
Plurality
The largest number of votes in a election; in elections with…
Winner-take-all-system
An electoral system that awards offices to the highest vote-g…
20 terms
History Alive America's Past Chapter 10
Protest
Parliament
repeal
debts
To complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
The lawmaking body of the British government.
To take back, or cancel, a law
Money that is owed to someone else
Protest
To complain publicly about something that people believe is w…
Parliament
The lawmaking body of the British government.
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History Alive! Chapter 10 - The Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, press, petition, assemble, and religion
Right to bear arms
Citizens cannot be forced to house and feed soldiers (quarter…
Protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
1st Amendment
Freedom of speech, press, petition, assemble, and religion
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms
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Chapter 10 History Alive! The Medieval World and Beyond
Abbasid
Fatimid dynasty
immortal
zoology
member of a Muslim ruling family descended from Abbas, an unc…
a Muslim ruling family in Egypt and North Africa that was des…
able to live forever
the scientific study of animals
Abbasid
member of a Muslim ruling family descended from Abbas, an unc…
Fatimid dynasty
a Muslim ruling family in Egypt and North Africa that was des…
19 terms
Latin Alive Chapter 10
corpus
caput
ferrum
iter
body
head
iron; sword
journey
corpus
body
caput
head
18 terms
TCI: History Alive: The Ancient World - chapter 10
Which king conquered Egypt?
during what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
for how long did Kushite kings rule Eg…
when did meroe become the capital of k…
king Piye
during the new kingdom
about 1000 years
around 590 BCE
Which king conquered Egypt?
king Piye
during what kingdom did Kush conquer E…
during the new kingdom
19 terms
Geography Alive! Chapter 10
restitution
Indigenous
ancestors
Mountain
Instead of sending people to jail, Mayan judges often require…
Which term describes a group of people that has lived in an a…
A traditional culture is mainly based on the ways of life of…
A cloud forest can be found in the highlands or ___________ t…
restitution
Instead of sending people to jail, Mayan judges often require…
Indigenous
Which term describes a group of people that has lived in an a…
16 terms
Growning Tensions between the colonies and Britain History Alive Chapter 10
debts
acts
Taxation without representation
End of French and Indian War 1763
money that is owed to someone else.
laws created or passed by a government.
forcing people to pay taxes when they have had no say in maki…
The British won the war and gained more land but the war left…
debts
money that is owed to someone else.
acts
laws created or passed by a government.
19 terms
Latin Alive Chapter 10
corpus, corporis n
caput, capitis n
ferrum, ferrī n
iter, itineris n
body
head
iron; sword
journey
corpus, corporis n
body
caput, capitis n
head
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