Wordly Wise 8 L4

Question Answer
abhor (Verb) to shrink from in disgust; to detest(Adj) Disgusting; causing loathing (abhorrent)
affable (adj) pleasant; approachable; gracious(Noun) friendliness of manner
amiss (adj) in a wrong or imperfect way(adj) out of order; wrong
despondent (adj) depressed from loss of hope or confidence; utterly discouraged
entreat (verb) to ask earnestly; to beg
etnreaty (noun) a plea or earnest request
haunt 1.to stay in one's mind continually2. to visit frequently3. to appear in the form of a ghost
impel (verb) 1. to drive or to propel2. to urge or drive by force or moral pressure
interminable (adj) endless; seeing to be without end
irascible (adj) quick-tempered; irritable
profound (adj)1. intense; deeply felt2. having understanding or knowledge that goes beneath the surface; beyond the obvious
recluse (noun) 1. a person who lives apart from society and often alone
reclusive (adj) withdrawn from society
reverberate (v) to be repeated as in a series of echoes or vibrations.
sage (a

Med Abbreviations Medical Abbreviation

Question Answer
ac Before meals
ad lib As desired
AKA Above the knee amputation
amb Ambulatory
bid Twice daily
BM Bowel movement
BKA Below the knee amputation
BP, B/P Blood Pressure
BR Bedrest
BRP Bathroom privileges
bsc, BSC Bedside commode
c With
c/o Complains of
CA Cancer
CAD Coronary artery disease
CAL Chronic airflow limitation
CBC Complete blood count
CBR Complete bedrest
CHF Congestive heart failure
COPD Chronic obstructive Lung disease
CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
DAR Data, action, response
DAT Diet as tolerated
DM Diabetes mellitus
DNR Do not resuscitate
drsg, dsg Dressing
Dx Diagnosis
ECG, EKG Electrocardiogram
FX Fracture
GI Gastrointestinal
gtt(s) Drop(s)
GU Genitalurinary
H&H Hemoglobin and hematocrit
h, hr Hour
H2O Water
Hct Hemocrit
Hgb Hemoglibin
HTN Hypertension
I & O Intake and Output
ID Intradermal
IDDM Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
IM Intramuscular
IV Intravenous
IVP Intravenous push
IVPB Intravenous piggyback
MI Myocardial ischemia
NC Nasal cannula
NG Nasogastric
NIDDM Non insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
NKA No known allergies
NKDA No known drug allergies
NPO Nothing per mouth
O2 Oxygen
OA Osteoarthritis
OOB Out of bed
pc After meals
PEG Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
PO, po By mouth
PRN, prn When necessary
q Every
QA Quality assurance
qid Four times per day
QSEN Quality and safety education for nurses
RA Rheumatoid arthritis
s Without
SBAR Situation, background, assessment, recommendation
SL Sublingual
STAT IMMEDIATELY
Subcut Subcutaneous
SX, sx Symptoms
THR Total hip replacement
tid Three times per day
TKR Total knee replacement
TPR Temperature, pulse, respiration
TX, tx Treatment
VS, vs Vital signs
WNL Within normal limits

Fresh water

Question Answer
Water cycle
Condistation
Ita??s responsible for making clouds.
Transportation
The process by witch moisture by carried through small pores of the other side of leafs
Protispation Is water release from the clouds
Ground water Is the part that continues through soil water under the surface
Water table Upper surface of ground water the upper boundary of zone of the saturation.
Prasipitation That flows into streams and rivers
Arteshian well A well an witch water is under pressure specially one in witch the water flows to the surface naturaly
Runoff Precipitation that flows over land into streams and rivers this water later enters the oceans
Aquifer A body of permeable rock that can contain or transment ground water
Springs The result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water overflows on to the surface
Zone of the aeration The zone nearest to the surface where
Zone of Saturation Below the zone of aeration where the gaps are filled with water
Permeable Ability of a substance to allow another substance to pass through it especially the ability of a porous rock sediment or soil to transmit fluid through pores and cracks.
Porosity Quality of being porous or full of tiny.
Non permeable A substance does no have the ability to allow another substance to pass through
Water cycle is where it goes through a cycle
Condisation is gas that changes into liquid for example ice water it gets in the cup
Transportation means that water goes in plants or under ground
Condensation
Transportation

Chapter 21 Absolutism

Question Answer
What is the Edict of Nantes? The declaration of religious toleration was the Edict of Nantes.
What is skepticism? Skepticism is the idea that nothing can ever be known for certain.
What is a intendant? An intendant collected taxes and administers justice.
What was one of the reasons Spain economic decline occurred? Spain expelled Jews and Moors which made up there middle class. Spain's nobles didn't have to pay taxes which put a burden on the lower class. Because of this Spain never developed a middle class.
Why did the Dutch revolt? They revolted because Philip raised taxes and tried to eliminate Protestantism.
What is a absolute monarch? A king or queen that holds all of the power within the states boundaries.
What is divine right? The idea that God created the monarchy and the monarch was Gods representative on Earth.
Who was Louis XIV? He was the most powerful ruler in French history.
Who was Jean Baptiste Colbert? He was Louis XIV minister of finances.
What was the War of the Spanish Succession? In 1701 England, Austria, the Dutch republic, Portugal, and several German and Italian stated combines to prevent the union of the French and Spanish thrones.
Who was Oliver Cromwell? Puritan general who defeated the Cavaliers.
What was the period of Charles II rule called? It was called Restoration.
What is a constitutional monarchy? Monarchy that limits the rulers power.
Why did Charles II flee London and go north of England? Charles fled because he didn't want to be arrested and executed.
Why was the death of Charles I revolutionary? This was the first time a reigning monarch had a public trial and execution.
What was the habeas corpus? This was a law that gave every prisoner the right to obtain a writ or document ordering that the prisoner be brought before a judge to specify the charges against the prisoner.
When was the Golden age of Spanish art and literature? Spain's golden age of art and literature was the 16th and 17th century.
How did Spain make there enemies rich? Guilds emerged in the Middle Ages and dominated businesses in Spain. This made Spanish cloth and manufactured goods more expensive then those made elsewhere. As a result Spain bought what they need from France, England, and the Netherlands.
What was the reaction of the people of France when Louis XIV dies? They rejoiced as they had enough of the Sun King.
Why did Charles I try to arrest Parliaments leaders? They had passed laws that limited royal power.

Fresh water

Term Definition
Water cycle The continuous movement of water between the asthenosphere, the land, and the ocean
Infiltration The process by which water on the ground surface enters the soil
Evaporation The process by which water changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor
Condensation The process by which water vapor changes back to liquid. Responsible of forming clouds. The opposite of evaporation
Transpiration
The process by which moisture is carried through plants from roots to small pores on the underside of leaves, where it changes to vapor and is released to the atmosphere
Precipitation Water released from clouds in the form of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow
Groundwater The part that continues downward through the soil until it reaches rock material that is saturated water under the surface
Water table The upper surface of groundwater, the upper boundary of the zone of saturation. The boundary between the zone of aeration and the zone of saturation
Run off Precipitation that flows over land into streams and rivers, this water later enters the oceans
Artesian well A well in which water is under pressure; especially one in which the water flows to the surface naturally
Aquifer A body of pemerable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater
Springs The result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water over flows onto the land surface
Zone of aeration The zone nearest to the surface where gaps between soil are filled with both air and water.
Zone of saturation Below the zone of aeration where the gaps are filled with water.
Permeable Ability of a substance to pass through it especially the ability of a porous rock, sediment, or soil to transmit fluid through pores and crack
Non-permeable A substance doesna??t have the ability to allow another substance to pass through it
Porosity Quality of being porous, or full of tiny holes. Allow water to pass through it.

Spanish Bookstore Bookstore

Question Answer
BOLIGRAFO PEN
PLUMA PEN
CALCULADORA CALCULATOR
CARPETA FOLDER
CINTA ADHESIVA TAPE
CUADERNO NOTEBOOK
DICCIONARIO DICTIONARY
GOMA ERASER
BORRADOR ERASER
GRAPADORA STAPLER
HOJA DE PAPEL SHEET OF PAPER
LAPIZ PENCIL
LIBRO BOOK
MARCADOR MARKER
MOCHILA BACKPACK
PEGAMENTO GLUE
TIJERAS SCISSORS

Fresh water

Term Definition
Water cycle The continuous movement of water between the atmosphere, the land and the oceans
Infiltration The process by which water on the ground surface enters the soil
Evaporation The process by which the water changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor
Condensation The process by which water vapor changes back to a liquid. Responsible for forming clouds. The opposite of evaporation.
Transpiration The process by which moisture is carried through plants from roots to small pores on the under side of leaves. Where it changes to vapor and is released to the atmosphere.
Precipitation Water released from clouds in the form of rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow or hail
Ground water The part that continues downward through the soil until it reaches rock material that is saturated. Water under the surface
Water table The upper surface of groundwater the upper boundary of the zone of saturation. The boundary between the zone of saturation
Run off
Precipitation that flows over land into streams and rivers this water layer enters the ocean.
Artesian well A well in which water is under pressure ; especially one in which the flows to the surface naturally.
Aquifer A body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater
Springs The result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water overflows onto the land surface
Zone of aeration The zone nearest to the surface where gaps between to soil are filled with both air and water
Zone of saturation Below the zone of aeration where the gaps are filled with water
Permeable Ability of a substance to allow another substance to pass through it, especially the ability of a porous rock, sediment, or soil to transmit fluid through pores and cracks
Non permeable A substance does not have the ability to allow another substance to pass through it
Porosity Quality of being porous, or full of tiny holes allow water to pass through it

Fresh water

Term Definition
Water cycle The continuous movement of water between the atmosphere, the land, and the oceans
Infiltration The process by which water on the grounds surface enters the soil
Evaporation The process by which water changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor
Condensation The process by which water vapor changes back to a liquid.responsible of forming clouds.
Transpiration
Precipitation
Groundwater
Water table The upper surface of groundwater; the upper boundary of the zone of saturation. The boundary between the zone of aeration and the zone of saturation
The process by which moisture is carried through plants from roots to small pores to the underside of leaves, where it changes to vapor and is released to the atmosphere
Water released from the clouds in the form of rain, sleet, snow, or hail
The part that continues downward through the soil until it reaches rock material that is satureted. Water under the surface.
Runoff Presipitation that flows over land into streams at rivers. This water later enters the oceans.
Artesian well A well in which water is under pressure; one in which the water flows to the surface naturally
Aquifer A body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater
Springs The result of an aquifer being filled to the point that the water overflows on to the surface
Zone of aeration The zone nearest to the surface where gaps between soil are filled with both air and water.
Zone of saturation Below the zone of aeration where the gaos are filled with water.
Permeable Ability of a substance to allow on there substance to pass through it, especially the ability of a porous rock, sediment, or soil to transmit fluid through pores and cracks.
Non permeable A substance does not have the ability to allow another substance to pass through it.
Porosity Quality of being pores, or full of tiny holes. Allows water to pass through it.

Vocabulary Week 5

Question Answer
Perspective a way of thinking about and understanding something
Method a way of doing something
Wander to move around or go to different places usually without having a particular purpose or direction

photo photo and Im,in,il

Term Definition
photocopy a paper copy of a document
photograph a picture made by a camera (also called a photo)
photon a tiny particle of light or electromagnetic radiation
photosynthesis the process by which a green plant turns water and carbon dioxide into food when the plant is exposed to light.
telephoto a lens for a camera that makes far away objects appear to be closer