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Who's Who

1) D : RDML Ryan
2) DCS : CAPT Little
3) DCMC : MCPO Sulski
4) Reserve Master Chief : MCPO Shoemaker
5) DE : Mr Thomas

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Barton Nanney
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Mammals

1) Marsupials scientific name : Metatherians
2) Order Didelphimorphia : Opossum (family didelphidae) need to know common opossum
3) Eutherians : plactental mammals
4) Order Xenartha : Armadillos (family dasypodidae) need to know nine banded armadillo
5) Family Bradypodidae : sloths in order Xenartha need to know three toed sloth

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Mia Serpico
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Anatomical Terms

1) Anatomy : Study of the structure of the body
2) Physiology : Study of the function of the body
3) Pathology : Study of the disease process
4) 5 characteristics of Anatomical Position : 1. Body standing upright 2. Head is straight 3. Arms at sides 4. Palms forward 5. Feet forward
5) Superior : Above or higher

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Mariah C
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Argument flash card

1) main idea : proves thesis
2) objuectsion : weakens main agument
3) reply : weakens objection,strengthing main argument
4) conclution : wraps up key ideas
5) interducsion : back round information

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nicholas peri
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Parts and Functions of and Argumentative

1) Introduction: : background information, author's perspective, issue, thesis/claim, and "roadmap for rest of essay
2) Main Argument: : proves thesis
3) Objection: : weakens main argument
4) Reply: : weakens objection, strengthens main argument
5) Conclusion: : wraps up key ideas, restates thesis, mindful closing statement

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C.M.D orlio
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Argument

1) Introduction : background information, author's perspective, issue, thesis/claim, and "roadmap for rest of essay
2) Main Argument : proves thesis
3) Objection : weakens main argument
4) Reply : weakens objection, strengthens main argument
5) Conclusion : wraps up key ideas, restates thesis, mindful closing statement

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erin malaska
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Argument flashcards

1) Introduction : background information, author's perspective, issue, thesis/claim, and "roadmap for rest of essay
2) Main Argument : proves thesis
3) Objection : weakens main argument
4) Reply : weakens objection, strengthens main argument
5) Conclusion : wraps up key ideas, restates thesis, mindful closing statement

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Hannah Joy
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Geology 1500

1) A recognizable, physical feature formed by Geologic Processes on the Earth's surface, that has a characteristic shape is called a/an ____ : landform
2) The transfer of heat energy by hot, light material rising and cold, dense material sinking is called : convection
3) Most of the energy that drives the Earth's internal processes is derived from : radioactivity
4) The absolute age of the Earth is : 4.6 billion years old
5) The transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves is called : radiation

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Alisha Cogswell
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SEJARAH
peminatan 12 ips smamuga
1) perang dingin : cold war
2) tim mata-mata uni soviet : KGB

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mashudi smamuga
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What is a biosphere?

1) What is a biosphere? : all parts of the earths surface and atmosphere where living things exist.

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shannon warner
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Geography
Parts of a Map
1) Latitude : Latitude are imaginary circles that run east to west around the globe. They are known as parallels.
2) Longitude : longitude are also called Meridians. They run North to South.
3) Equator : circles the middle of the Earth. The equator is 0 degrees latitude.
4) Prime Meridian : is O degrees Longitude.
5) Absolute Location : A places exact location can be identified when you use both latitude and longitude.

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Lauren Biggs
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Reading lists
Four lists of books matching authors to works and dates. Describe each work as it relates to a thesis on 18th-century aesthetics of generosity.
1) Mauss and Hubert : Sacrifice (1898)
2) Mauss : The Gift (1924)
3) Bourdieu 2 : The Logic of Practice (1972)
4) Schrift ed. : The Logic of the Gift (1997)
5) Kierkegaard 1 : Fear and Trembling (1843)

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Daniel Yu
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