Insurance

Question Answer
Coverage refers to the range of protection you are eligible to receive from an insurance plan.
Claim the request you make to your insurance company for payment of the benefits allowed by your coverage.
Deductible the amount you are required to pay toward each claim you make before your insurance kicks in.
Premium the amount you pay to have insurance for a specific amount of time.
Beneficiary The individual or group of individuals named to receive the benefit of a life insurance policy.
Dependents Persons who depend on someone else for their livelihood.
Disability Insurance A type of insurance that replaces the income of the insured individual if he or she cannot work due to injury or illness.
Insurance An agreement in which an individual pays a company to protect him or her from property loss or damage or financial loss.
Policy The agreement or contract between an individual and an insurance company.
Renters Insurance A type of insurance that replaces personal property in a rental residence if it is stolen or damaged due to fire, smoke, or vandalism.

ch.9

Question Answer
bedouins nomadic Arab peoples who lives in bands in the Arabian Peninsula's desert
Muhammad founder of Islam
hegira Muhammads journey from Mecca to Medina
Islam religion founded by Muhammad, literally to "surrender"
Muslims followers of Islam
Qur'an sacred text of Islam, considered Allah's direct revelation
Five pillars of Islam obligations required of all muslims
mosque name for the building where Muslims worship
jihad word that can be translated as "struggle for the faith" or"holy war" and can also mean the struggle to defend the Muslim community or convert people to Islam
Abu Bakr successor to Muhammad as leader of Islam
caliphs title given to leader of Islam after Muhammad, mean "successors"
caliphate area ruled by a caliph
Umayyad a powerful clan from Mecca whose struggle to regain control led to civil war
Sunnis Muslims who accepted the Umayyad caliph
Shia supporters of Muhammad's cousin, Ali, who refused to accept the Umayyad caliph
Sufis a group within Islam that seeks a mystical, personal connection with God
Abbasid family that ruled Islam after the Umayyads list control
Harun al-Rashid most prominent Abbasid caliph, helped Muslim culture reach greatness
Ibn Rushd Muslim scholar who writings on the relationship between reason and faith influenced Muslim, Christian, and Jewish thinking in the 1400's
astrolabe instrument for finding the positions and movements of stars and planets
Ibn Sina Persian doctor who was a famous medical scholar, also contributed to the fields of logic music, and phycology
Ibn Khaldun Muslim scholar who wrote a history of the world in the 1300's
calligraphy beautifully styled writing that is a distinctive feature of Islamic Art
minarets tall towers found on mosques from which the faithful were called to prayer
Rumi poet, Sufi mystic, and founder of an order known as the Whirling Dervishes
Omar Khayyam author of a collection of four line poems called the Rubaiyat

vocab

Term Definition
Constitution What is a written plan of government called?
Representative democracy What type of government has elected representatives govern for the people?
Federalism What is the term for sharing the power between the national and state governments?
Treaty What is the term for an agreement made between nations?
amendments An addition or change to a constitution is known as an
compromise What is the term for a settlement of a dispute where each side gives up some demands
Bicameral A legislative body made up of two parts is called
Republic What is another name for a representative democracy
Monarchy What is the type of government where a king or queen has ultimate authority
Checks and balances What is the system called where each branch of government has power over the others, which keeps any one branch from becoming too powerful
Ratify What word mean to approve or accept a law
Imbeach to charge a public official with crime is known as?
Bill A proposal for a law is known as a?
democracy What type of government has decisions made by all the people?
territory Land that is part of a country but not yet a state is called a ?
veto What word means to reject, as in a bill passed by congress
confederation A loose organization or league of state is called a?
Separation of power Dividing government into branches each with defined duties is called
inflamation What is the term for when there are increased prices for good and services combined with a reduced value of money
taxes How do citizens pay for services that government provide

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chapter 13 the early middle ages

Term Definition
Charlemagne King of France, also crowned Emperor of the Roman people in 800
Papal States a region in central Italy ruled by the Pope
counts officials chosen by Charlemagne to rule parts of his empire in his name
navigation planning a course of travel, such as the Vikings crossing the sea
sagas long Icelandic stories about great heroes and events
Leif Eriksson Viking who led settler to the eastern shores of what is now Canada
knights highly skilled soldiers who fought on horseback
fief land given to a knight in exchange for his services
vassal person who excepted the fief from a lord
feudal system the political and social system of exchanging land for service
fealty a knight`s loyalty to the lord who gives him land
manorial system an economic system built around large estates called manors
serfs people who were legally tied to the manor on which they work
Alfred the Great first king of the united England and who drove out the Vikings
William the Conqueror Duke of Normandy, conquered England in 1066
Domesday Book the record of William`s survey of England`s people and their property
Eleanor of Aquitaine powerful French duchess, divorced the king of France to marry Henry II and ruled all of England and about half of France with him
Magna Carta document that restricted the king of England`s power, considered to be the first step towards democracy in England
Parliment governing body that was the result of the king`s council in the 1260s and still makes England`s laws today
Hugh Capet first ruler from the Capetian dynasty that ruled and expanded France
Otto the Great Saxon duke who became emperor of the Holy Rome Emperor in the early 900s
Reconquista Christina leaders` effort to retake the Iberian peninsula from the Moors
piety a person`s level of devotion religion
Pope Gregory VII pope who excommunicated Henry IV, showing that a pope could stand up to the emperor
pontificate term of office of a particular pope
Henry IV Holy Roman Emperor who clashed with Pope Gregory VII in 1075

Chapter 9

Term Definition
bedouinss nomadic Arab peoples who lived in bands in the Arabian Peninsula?s desert.
Muhammad founder of Islam.
hergia Muhammad?s journey from Mecca to Medina.
Islam religion founded by Muhammad; literally ?to surrender?.
Muslims followers of Islam.
Qur?an sacred text of Islam, considered Allah?s direct revaluation.
Five Pillars of Islam obligations required of all Muslims.
mosque name for the building where Muslims worship.
jihad word that can be translated as ?struggle for the faith? or ?holy war? and can also mean the struggle to defend the Muslim community or convert people to Islam.
Abu Bakr successor to Muhammad as leader of Islam.
caliphs title given to leaders of Islam after Muhammad, mean successors.
caliphate area ruled by a caliph.
Umayyad a powerful clan from Mecca whose struggle to regain control led to civil war.
Sunnis Muslims who accepted the Umayyad caliph.
Shia supporters of Muhammad?s cousin Ali, who refused to accept the Umayyad caliph.
Sufis a group within Islam that seeks a mystical, personal connection with God.
Abbasid family that ruled Islam after the Umayyads lost control.
Harun al-Rashid most prominent Abbasid caliph, helped Muslim culture reach greatness.

european economics social studies

Term Definition
sanction the act of ecomically punishing another nation
quota A trade barrier witch places a limit on imported goods
Embargo A trade barrier witch blocks all trade with another nation
Boycott Refusal to purchase a good/service from a specific company or country
Tariff A trade barrier witch places a tax on imported good
currency a nations money
currency exchange converting one nations money into an equivalent value/quantity of another's
euro common currency of most European union member states; those E.U. nations currently using the euro are referred to collectively as the Eurozone.
exchange rate the approximate value of ones nation's currency in terms of another's

Unit 6 Term to Know

Term Definition
Somnolent Drowsy; sleepy
Soporific causing sleep or fatigue
Sopor sleep;drowsiness
Languid lacking energy;weak
Languish to waste away
Languor lack of physical or mental energy
vigilant on the alert;watchful
Vigilante someone who takes law enforcement into his or her own hands
Acquiesce to give in
Requiem a song or religious service for the dead or lost
Quittance a repayment; compensation

wordly wise 5

Term Definition
Avalanche A great mass of ice
Blizzard A heavy snowstorm with strong winds
Challenge To invite others to a contest
Conquer To get better of
Crevice A deep narrow opening in a rock
Foolhardy Unwisely bold or daring
Lure To tempt or attract with the promise of something good
Makeshift A temporary and usually less strong replacement
Optimist One who looks at things in the most positive way
Previous Earlier happening before
Route The path that must be followed to get to a place
Summit The highest part the top
Terse Short and to the point
Thwart To block or defeat the plans or efforts
Vertical Running straight up and down upright