Global History & Geography for 14-15 Yr olds USA) (Thomas Caswell)
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Thomas describes this database: "This 800+ term glossary is based on the New York State curriculum for 9th and 10th grade social studies. Called "Global History and Geography," this curriculum culminates in a high-stakes Regents examination that all students must pass in order to graduate and earn a high school diploma."
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A curved structure that shapes the edge of an open space, such as, a doorway, a window.
Studies the lives of early peoples by analyzing the objects left behind by ancient civilizations.
(287-212 BCE) Greek mathematician and inventor. He wrote works on plane and solid geometry, arithmetic, and mechanics. He is best known for the lever and pulley.
A chain of islands (e.g., Hawaii, Indonesia, Japan).
A person who designs buildings.
(310?-250? BCE) Greek scientist who first stated that the Earth revolved around the Sun, and rotated on its axis.
A truce during wartime.
A marriage where the marital partners are choosen by others based on considerations other than pre-existing mutual attractions of the partners.
A person who is skilled at a craft, such as weaving, or woodcarving.