• Hindu Civilization
    The dating of ancient Hinduism has always been, and will likely continue to be, a difficult issue. Prior to 1923 the only means of dating the origins of Hinduism was through textual evidence found in the Shruti Vedas. The early Aryans left no cities or other major architectural remains, therefore, t...
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  • Indonesian Traditional Music with Modern Music
    Hello Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen My name is Heru Sulaksono , I’m standing here today because I want to tell you all about Indonesian Traditional music call “ Keroncong” . The history of Keroncong music itself was started when the Portugese invaded Indonesia in the 16th century, this...
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  • Modern Database Mgt
    Chapter 1 14. Evolution of database technology: a. 1960s – traditional files. b. 1970s – first generation; hierarchical and network databases. c. 1980s – second generation; relational databases. d....
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  • Microeconomics: Resource Allocation, Forms of Competition and Market Failure
    Internal economies of scale -- Savings in cost as firm expands. Created by firms’ own policies and actions. All must link back to lowering AC 1. Technical Economies of scale (Technical and engineering factors) • Factor indivisibility Economies • Make full use of large equipments • Econo...
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  • British Civilization
    ENGLISH CIVILISATION Programme I/ Britons and Romans (C.100 BC – AD 409) II/ Saxons, Danes and Normans (409 – 1154) III/ Medieval Empire (1154 – 1450) I/ Britons and Romans (C. 100 BC – AD 409) ( Very unstable situation No unity, no charismatic leader for the whole cou...
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  • Learning Activity for Western Civilization
    Western society was broken up in estates. These estates were the Church, the Nobility and Peasantry. Imagine contemporary western society has now been divided into three estates. I would say that it will be broken up as follows: the Political class, the Wealthy class and the Working class. Alth...
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  • Principles of Modern Finance Sample Midterm
    Principles of Modern Finance Spring 2013 Sample Midterm February 22, 2012 Instructions • You have 1 hour and 40 minutes. • The exam is out of 25 points. • There are 22 multiple-choice questions. 19 questions are worth one point, 3 questions are worth two points and are marked as such. •...
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  • Modern World History Homework
    Modern World History Chapter 6 review (15-18) and critical thinking 15. Three developments in the arts were the new art styles which became famous around the whole Europe, like black and white drawing, new artists that helped bring the art styles together, and new literary works that influenced...
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  • Notes and Terms Ancient Sports and Civilization
    What is sport? Sport: “an organized, competitive, and skillful physical activity requiring commitment and fair play, in which a winner can be defined by objective means. it is governed by a set of rules or customs... Non-competitive activities, for example as jogging playing catch, are usually...
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  • Modern Notes
    Wiemar Republic Emergence of the Democratic Republic Army * Army had enormous power and influence in Germany * WW1 > change of German political system * September 1918 Military effort collapsed * High command shifted responsibility for losing the war to others * Allied powers w...
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  • Modern History
    Introduction: State your position you are taking in relation to the question (Thesis statement) State the reasons and points for your position (e.g. the position of aggressive dictatorships, the failure of the League of Nations and Collective security led to a failed policy of appeasement and f...
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  • Western Civilization Notes
    -Egypt stayed within the confines of its borders -Hyksos invaded; Egyptians became more imperialistic; -Amenhoptet III is rejected and if he was mentioned in hyrogliphics they carved those sections out. He tried to get rid of the polytheistic and worship the god Aten -marriages in Egyptian life...
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  • Smc 1301 Foundations of Reflection: Civilization
    SMC civilization historical Terms that are up on the board you need to know the ones crossed out you don’t need to know but should be in the notes. Mediterranean world- BCE=BC CE=AD Hellenistic period starts with alexander the great conquering the east Mediterranean everyone learns Greek (kione/...
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  • Uk Civilization
    * CIVI BRITANNIQUE * We will adopt a Chronological approach of British history view, focusing on the 2nd half of the 20th century and providing the background. A chronological view, perspective, glimpse of the main events. And then we will focus on the social classes.
 
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  • The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union Syllabus
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  • Modern History Glossary Terms
    Stalemate Deadlock from which neither side can progress Total war Government’s mobilisation of all its resources to support the efforts of its own troops and undermine those of its opponents Western Front The area of fighting in western Europe during World War I. It stretched from the Englis...
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  • Modern History; How to Analyse Sources
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  • Early Modern Euro
    1. When we started off this class Europe was a disaster. With the collapse of the Roman Empire, to the Middle Ages, leading up to the black plague. When the black plague spread throughout the entire span of Europe it shut down trading routes, farming, food supply for people, destroys the power playe...
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  • Comparing the Many Endings and Few Words of Old and Modern English
    Comparing the many endings and few words of Old and Modern English, we see that the main change between the two stages is that of a language with free word order and many endings but no ‘small’ words such as the or to becoming a language with strict word order, few endings and many ‘smallâ€...
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  • Philosophers Contributing to Modern Government
    John Locke (1632-1704) John Locke was a British philosopher, Oxford academic and medical researcher, whose association with Anthony Ashley Cooper (later the First Earl of Shaftesbury) led him to become successively a government official charged with collecting information about trade and colonies,...
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