Old Regime- Polittical and social system of France before the French Revolution. Under the regime, everyone was a subject of the king of France as well as a member of an estate and province- a principal administrative division of certain countries or empires.
First Estate- the clergy, who were people, including priests, the Catholic church and some aspects of the country. In addition to keeping registers of births, deaths and marriages, the clergy also had the power to levy a 10% tax known as the tithe.
Second Estate- was the Nobility (those who fought = knights). It was common for aristocrats to enter the Church and thus shift from the second to the first estate.
Third Estate- the commons.
Estates General- the legislative body in France until 1789, representing the three estates of the realm (i.e., the clergy, the nobility, and the commons).
National Assembly- a new two piece dark synth-wave group from London, UK, consisting of J.Cannon & Z.Zsigo. U STUPID !!!!!!! SYNTH WAVE?????????????????????
Tennis Court Oath- a pivotal event during the first days of the French Revolution. The Oath was a pledge signed by 576 of the 577 members from the Third Estate who were locked out of a meeting of the Estates-General on 20 June 1789.
the Great Fear- a general panic that occurred between 17 July and 3 August 1789 at the start of the French Revolution.
The Bastille- a fortress in Paris, known formally as the Bastille Saint-Antoine. It played an important role in the...
c) Why was there an arms race at the start of the 20th Century?
d) Why was Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated in 1914?
e) How did this shooting trigger a World War?
f) What was the Schieffen plan and how did this lead to War?
g) Who was to blame for World War I?
2. Peacemaking and the League of Nations
a) Who was at Versailles?
b) What were the terms of the TofV?
c) What was the League of Nations?
d) What were its strengths AND weaknesses?
e) Explain the Manchurian and Abyssinian Crises
3. The Origins of the SWW
You will need to answer 3 questions on the paper, spending 35 mins on each one.
Each question is made up of 3 smaller questions with 20 mks in total.
1 Study Source A and then answer all parts of Question 1 which follow.
Source A Fritz Fischer’s view of Germany’s foreign policy 1900–1914.
Fischer was a German historian, who put forward the view that Germany planned the First
World War in the years before 1914.
(a) In 1914, two armed camps existed in Europe, the Triple Alliance and the alliances
between Britain, France and Russia.
Describe the main features of this alliance system. 4 marks
(b) Source A suggests possible aims of German foreign policy before the First World War.
Do you agree that these were the main aims of Germany’s foreign policy before the
Explain your answer by referring to the purpose of the source, as well as using its
content and your...
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V. LECTURER ENGLISH
UOS SUB-CMPUS BHAKKAR
Curriculum vita….Latin word
Course of life
A formal written document including personal, education,
professional qualification along with experience and other
skills of employee…….employee’s life summery for job
required by employer…….
need and Importance
The easiest and the most concise way of providing
required everywhere in all fields by employer
After education CV will be your best
friend, accompanying you all the
time, till you have some good job in
Personal information: first section including
email address( its age of technology),
Date of birth
How to write
House no 101, street 02, B-block, Eden colony Bhakkar
Date of birth: 01-01-1991
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* Increasing productivity in agriculture
* new merchant classes in power
* powerful state that supported economic development
* rise of science and tech
* social structure allowed for people of different classes to work together
* more intense patterns of global trading for buying raw materials and for selling manufactured goods
* expanding pop increased both labor supply and demand for production
* slave labor in plantation economies provided cheap raw materials
* isolated island, stayed out of wars while other European countries fought
* great navy
* scientific rev led to enlightenment=people questioned ideals, how can we have gov’t for everyone? how can we have a fair gov’t?
* exploration led to sugar, silver, slaves, led to land, money, estates, led to tech, led to agricultural rev (change in methods of farming with new tech such as rotating crops increased food production)=more people, had to move to cities to find work=urbanization
* 6 killer apps=competition, scientific rev, property rights, modern medicine, the consumer society, the work ethic
* banking practices developed, urbanization developed from new tech
* had many cheap, raw materials to sell due to colonies and slaves
* had a lot of coal
* population explosion=increase in pop due to increase in food production because of agr...
...management, what influences pain=cultures, previous experience, psychosocial, anxiety and fear full see pain management (ppt)
14. if someone has an abnormal fetal heart rate and you turned her to one side and the condition continues = turn her to the other side.
15. How early can we do a Trans vaginal ultrasound =6 weeks what will we be looking for= pregnancy, how many fetus
16. A patient has physiological anemia what is the cause= hemodilution
17. A doctor prescribes ion for a patient. What food are rich in ion= greens organ meat, spinach, red meat, broccoli
18. Folic acid= tofu, soy
19. Why do we recommend folic acid= to prevent neuro tube defect
20. What is the best solution to drink when drinking ion=orange juice because vitamin c helps to absorb iron.
21. A patient came into the emergency room she is five centimeters dilated 80% effaced and 0 station what do you tell her= she is in active phase, the head is in the ischium spine.
22. Review fetal tracing. This time review variability minimal or absence
23. 2 maths question
24. Domestic violence review the stage the abuser goes through e.g. honeymoon stage is when the abuse become remorseful buy flower and apologize pg. 607
25. Patient comes in with abdominal pain what assessment finding tell you that she has abruption that is concealed = rigid beardlike abdomen, internal bleeding behind the abdomen. The stomach is board like because the muscles soak all the blood
26. A patient is...
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