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Flashcard Set (8/30/2018)

1) LATERAL : on the side
2) ELUSIVE : hard to comprehend or define
3) -OLOGIST : specialist (suffix)
4) ACCESSIBILITY : available
5) BRADY- : slow (prefix)

Created on August 30, 2018
# of questions: 10

Chemistry 2 Lab Equipment


Created on August 30, 2018
# of questions: 0

Flashcard Set (8/29/2018)


Created on August 29, 2018
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Flashcard Set (8/29/2018)

1) Stare Decisis : Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case law in making decisions
2) Procedural Law : Group of laws defining the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties
3) Laws : Enforceable rules of conduct in a society
4) Common Laws : Law based on the customs of a group of people
5) Ordinance : Legislative enactment by a city

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 25

Chapter 1 Study Guide

1) Doctrines requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case law in making decisions : Stare Decisis
2) Group of laws Defining the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties : Substantive Law
3) Enforceable rules of conduct in a society : Laws
4) Law based on the customs of a group of people : Common Law
5) Legislative enactment by a city : Ordinance

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 30

Business & Personal law: Chapter 1
The vocabulary that was learned.
1) Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case law in making decisions. : Stare Decisis
2) Groups of laws defining the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties. : Procedural Law
3) Enforceable rules. : Laws
4) Law based on the people. : Common Law
5) Legislative enactment by a city. : Ordinances

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 16

Business and Personal Law Chapter One

1) Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case law in making decisions. : Stare Decisis
2) Group of laws defining the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties. : Procedural Law
3) Enforceable rules of conduct in a society. : Laws
4) Law based on the customs of a group of people. : Common Law
5) Legislative enactment by a city. : Ordinance

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 25

Vocabulary
Study
1) Administrative Agency : Administrative agencies are lawmaking bodies with limited powers delegated by Congress
2) Case Law : Law made when an appellate court endorses a rule to be used in deciding court cases
3) Civil Disobedience : An open, peaceful, violation of a law to protest its alleged injustice
4) Civil Law : Group of laws that make up for wrongs against individual persons
5) Code : Laws grouped into organized form

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 18

Business & Personal Law

1) Laws : Enforceable rules of conduct in society
2) Code : The organization form of a group of laws
3) Common Law : Law based on the current standards or customs of the people
4) Positive Law : Law based on the dictates of a central political authority
5) English Common Law : A type of common law where the system is unified, or centralized, by a system of appellate courts

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 25

Business and Personal Law Chapter 1 Flashcard

1) Bill Of Rights: : First Ten Constitutional Amendments
2) Positive Law: : Law dictated from a higher authority
3) Civil Disobedience: : An open, Peaceful, Violation of law to protest its alleged or supposed justice.
4) Civil Law: : A group of laws that make up for wrongs against individual persons.
5) Criminal Law: : Is When a citizen's right to live in peace is violated by the offense it is governed by criminal law

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 25

Business and Personal Law chapter one

1) Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case law in making decisions. : Stare Decisis
2) Group of laws defining the methods for enforcing legal rights and duties. : Procedural Law
3) Enforceable rules of conduct in a society. : Laws
4) Laws based on the customs of a group of people. : Common Law
5) Legislative enactment by a city. : Ordinance

Created on August 29, 2018
# of questions: 6

Definiciones LIE
Definiciones en la Ley de la Industria Eléctrica
1) Central Eléctrica : Instalaciones y equipos que, en un sitio determinado, permiten generar energía eléctrica y Productos Asociados;
2) Central Eléctrica Legada : Central Eléctrica que, a la entrada en vigor de la presente Ley, no se incluye en un permiso para generar energía eléctrica bajo la modalidad de autoabastecimiento, cogeneración, pequeña producción, producción independiente o usos propios continuos, y: a) Es propiedad de los organismos, entidades o empresas del Estado y se encuentra en condiciones de operación, o b) Cuya construcción y entrega se ha incluido en el Presupuesto de Egresos de la Federación en modalidad de inversión directa; VI
3) Central Externa Legada : Central Eléctrica que, a la entrada en vigor de la presente Ley: a) Se incluye en un permiso para generar energía eléctrica bajo la modalidad de producción independiente, o b) Cuya construcción y operación se ha incluido en el Presupuesto de Egresos de la Federación en modalidad de inversión condicionada;
4) Centro de Carga : Instalaciones y equipos que, en un sitio determinado, permiten que un Usuario Final reciba el Suministro Eléctrico. Los Centros de Carga se determinarán en el punto de medición de la energía suministrada;
5) Contrato de Interconexión Legado : Contrato de interconexión o contrato de compromiso de compraventa de energía eléctrica para pequeño productor celebrado o que se celebra bajo las condiciones vigentes con anterioridad a la entrada en vigor de la presente Ley;

Created on August 18, 2018
# of questions: 30

Nutritional Therapy Midterm

1) Define NUTRITION (module 1) : The study of the biological processes used by the body to break down, absorb, and utilize the nutrients contained in food.
2) List the six classes of nutrients. (module 1) : Water Protein Fat Carbohydrate Vitamins Minerals
3) Roles of WATER in the body. (module 1) : *Improve oxygen delivery to cells * transport nutrients *enable cellular hydration * cushioning bones and joints - joint lubrication *prevent tissues from sticking *removing waste - flushing toxins *moistening oxygen for easier breathing *regulating body temperature *improving cell to cell communication *maintaining electrical properties of cells *empowering natural healing processes
4) Roles of PROTEIN in the body. (module 1) : ***ENZYMES: these specialized protein molecules act as the managers and catalysts for all biochemical processes. ***ANTIBODIES : These proteins structures help fight infection and destroy foreign invaders. ***HEMOGLOBIN: Red blood cells are specialized proteins that deliver oxygen around the body. ***HORMONES: These proteins regulate metabolism and almost every key function in the body.
5) Roles of FAT in the body. (module 1) : *provide a source of energy *building blocks for cell membranes and hormones *making food taste good *aid absorption of fat-soluble vitamins *allowing for proper use of proteins

Created on August 16, 2018
# of questions: 12

تجربة ثانية

1) كتاب : book
2) التكنولوجيا : علم الفن والصناعة

Created on August 03, 2018
# of questions: 2

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