Stack #2642756

Term Definition
Rahandusaasta periood Eelarve aasta algab Eestis 1.01 ning loppeb 31.12
Eelarve 2 poolt on Kuludest ja tuludest
Eelarve defitsiit Tanapaeval sage, enamus riikide eelarve on miinuses
riigiloiv Teenutasu, mida tuleb maksta mitmesuguste kodanikutehingute eest
Struktuuritoetus Euroopa Liidu fondidest jagatav raha
Valitsemiskulud Koik kulutused mida riik teeb ulesannete taitmiseks
RIIGIEELARVE 3 laadi ules on Riigivalitsemine, Uhishuviste, rahalised ulekanded
Eelarve tulu Sissetulek kujuneb leibkonnaliikmete palkadest, pensionidest ja sotsiaaltoetusteat
Kasvikud Pangas hoiuarvel oleva raha eest makstakse hoiustajale kasvikud
Aktsia Vaartpaber, mis annab valdajale oiguse saada osa ettevotte kasumist ja varast
Aktsionaar Aktsiaomanik
Deebetkaart Ostu eest maksta on voimalik siis, kui sul on piisavalt raha, et selle eest maksta
Kuidas taotleda oppelaenu Oppides ulikoolis, rakenduskorgkoolis voi kutsekoolis taiskoormusega
Millal pakuvad pangad krediitkaarti Kui sul on pusiv ja piisavalt suur sissetulek

Roman Test Iliana Reyes

Question Answer
What was the center of the town with the government buildings and marketplace called? forum
What structures carried water into the town for the baths and fountains? aqueducts
What jobs did most of the Ancient Romans that lived in the country have? farmers
What were the large country homes of the wealthy called? villas
What were the contents around the Roman Empire? Europe, Asia, Africa
What country is Rome in? Italy
What was the inspiration for Roman art? Greece
What was the main language used for writing in ancient Rome? latin

Stack #2595317

Question Answer
What was the center of the town with the government buildings and marketplace called? Forum
What structures carried water into the town for the baths and fountains? Aqueduct
What were Roman insulae? Apartment buildings in a Roman city
True or False: The city of Rome may have had a population of 1 million people at the peak of the Roman Empire. True
What building was used for chariot races? Circus
How many hours did the typical Roman work during the day? 6 hours
What were the streets like in an Ancient Roman city? They were straight they were laid out on a grid they were paved with stone
True or False: The Romans were very private people and liked to bathe in the privacy of their own home. False
Why were Roman cities so important to the Roman Empire? Because the cities were where the empire collected taxes
What public building was built in larger Roman cities for entertainment? Public bath Theater Amphitheater Circus
What were continent in Rome Asia,Europe ,African
What were the measure body's of water near Rome Mediterranean Sea,Black Sea,caspian Sea,Red Sea

chapter 3 vocab

Term Definition
natigation the science of planning and controlling the direction of a ship.
circumnaviate to sail completely around something.
expedition a journey to achieve a goal.
colony an area or land ruled by another country.
merchant someone who buys and sells goods to earn money.
kingdom a place ruled by a king or queen.
caravan a group of people and animals who travel together.
technology using scientific tools and knowledge to do things better and more rapidly.
astrolabe a tool that measures the height of the sun of a star above the horizon .
profit the money a business has left over after all expenses has been paid.
slavery a curl system in which people bought and sold and made to work without pay.
settlement a small community of people living in a new place.
epidemic an outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many people.
conquistador a Spanish conqueror
empire many nations or territories ruled by a single group or leader
mission a religious community where priests taught Christianity
hacienda a large farm or ranch, often with its own village and church
convert to convince someone to change his or her religion or beliefs
revolt a violent uprising against a ruler
parallel a line of latitude
meridian a line of longitude
absolute location the exact latitude and longitude of a place on the globe

Roman Test Leslie Velazquez

Question Answer
What was the center of the town with the government buildings and marketplace called? the Forum
What were Roman insulae? apartment buildings in a Roman city
What were the large country homes of the wealthy called? villas
Who typically worked the fields of the very wealthy farmers? slaves
What continents were in the Roman Empire? Europe, Africa, and Asia
What were the 3 main bodies of water around the Roman Empire? Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean
Did the Romans like to bathe in the privacy of their home? no
What was the circus used for in the cities of Ancient Rome? chariot racing
What were the major crops of the Roman Empire? grapes, olives, and grains
What did most of the ancient Romans work as in the countryside? farmers
Who else was part of the Roman familia? household servants, slaves, clients, and freedmen
Was the rest of the Roman familia under the potestas? yes
What was the main meal of the day called in Ancient Rome? the cena
What was the main utensil used in Ancient Rome? the spoon

Unit 3 vocabs

Term Definition
Constituents People in congressional districts
Redistricting The process of redrawing the boundaries of districts
Joint Session When senators and representatives meet together. Usually for the President's State of the Union Adress
Standing Committee Permanent committee that specializes in a particular topic
Bill A proposed law
President Pro- Tempore President of the senate for the time being. This happens when the Vice President is absent.
Speaker of the house Leader of the House of Representatives
Conference Committee A joint committee that helps members in the Senate and the House of Representatives work together.
Vice President Leader of the Senate. This person votes in the Senate in cause of a tie.
Majority Party The party with the most members in Congress.
Minority Party The party with fewer members
Interest Groups Groups of people who work together for similar interest or goals
Bicameral A two house legislature
*House of Representatives (population) + Senate (Equality)= Congress
Expressed powers Powers listed in Article 1 of the Constitution.
Expulsion To force a member of Congress to leave because of wrong decisions or dishonesty
Appropriations Funds (Money) for specific use.
Reapportionment The redistribution of legislative seats (HR) according to population. (Occurs after the census.)
Lobbyist People who represent interest groups
Check and Balances A system in which each branch of government is able to limit the powers of the other 2 branches
Filbuster Freedom by senators to kill a bill by continuously until the bill is withdrawn
Cloture This limits a senator to debate for no more than an hour. for it to be used 60 senators must vote for it. IT stops a filbuster
Census A process for counting a nations population. US cencus is completed every 10 yrs
Implied Powers A power not expressely names in the Constitution.
Legaslative Branch The branch of government that makes laws
Impeach To accuse an official of wrong doing

Roman test Larissa Luna

Question Answer
What was the center of the town with the government buildings marketplace called? forum
What structures carried water into the town for the baths and fountains? aqueducts
What were Roman insulae? apartment buildings in Roman city
What building was used for chariot races? circus
What were the three most important things to do in a city? trade goods, be entertained, and meet important people
What was important to Romans living in the city? keeping clean
Why was the countryside important to the economy? crops were shipped throughout the Empire
What did soldiers receive as part of their retirement? a small farm
What played an important part of the Romans daily life? sculpture
What was the most popular types of sculpture in Ancient Rome the bust
Why was the roads the most important construction in Ancient Rome? the roads would help the army move quickly around the large Empire
What construction would help bring water into the city? aqueducts
What are the coordinates for Ancient Rome? 41.9°N, and 12.5°E
What are the five major bodies of water near Ancient Rome? Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea, and Caspian Sea

Unit 2 vocabulary

Vocabulary Word Definition
Constituents People in congressional districts.
Redistricting The process of redrawing the boundaries of districts.
Joint Sessions When senators and representatives..
Standing Committee Permanent Committee that specializes in a particular topic.
Bill A proposed law.
President Pro-Tempore President of the senate for the time being. This happens when the Vice President is absent.
Speaker of the House Leader of the House of Representatives.
Conference Committee A joint committee that helps the House of Representatives and Senate work together.
Vice President Leader of the Senate. This person votes in the Senate in case of a tie.
Majority Party The party with the most members in Congress.
Minority Party The House with fewer members.
Interest Groups Groups of people who work together for similar interests or goals.
Bicameral * A Two House Legislature
* House of Representatives (Population) + Senate (Equality) = Congress.
Expressed Powers Powers listed in Article 1 of the Constitution.
Expulsion To force a member of Congress to leave because of wrong doing or dishonesty.
Appropiations Funds (Money) for a specific use.
Reapportionment The redistribution of legislature seats (HR) according to population. (Occurs after census).
Lobbyists People who represent interest groups.
Checks and Balances A system in which each branch of government is able to limit the powers of other two branches.
Filibuster Freedom by Senators to kill a bill by continuously talking until the bill is withdrawn.
Cloture This limits a senator to debate for no more than an hour. For it to be used, 60 Senators must vote for it. It stops a Filibuster.
Census A process for counting a nations population. US Census is completed every 10 years.
Implied Powers power not expressly named in the Constitution.
Legislative Branch The branch of government that makes the laws.
Impeach To accuse an official of wrong doing.

Roman Empire Carlos Vasquez

Question Answer
What coordinates were in Roman Empire ? Spain, Rome, Pompeii, and Carthage.
What seas were in the Roman Empire ? Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea .
What did a typical Roman do ? Eat a early breakfast and went to work.
What would a typical Roman wear ? A typical Roman would wear a toga .
How did Romans live in the countryside ? They would import gods and tend to their crops .
What jobs did the Romans have in the countryside ? They had black smiths carpenters and innkeeper .
What did Romans do in the city ? Romans planned the city out and produced goods .
What type of Romans lived in the city? Rich and the poor lived in the city.