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the War of the Austrian Succession? Term: Great Britain Definition: The Act of Union created___. Term: Prime Minister Definition: Robert Walpole held the position that developed into the office of ___ in Britain. Term: Legal reform Definition: Which of these was commonly undertaken by enlightened rulers? Term: Radical Definition: Which of these best characterizes the policies of Joseph II?
Term: Habsburgs Definition: The Peace of Westphalia ended the hopes of the ___to create a centralized German Catholic state. Term: Descartes Definition: ___ famously said "I think, therefore I am" Term: Royal power Definition: Which of these is symbolized by Versailles? Term: Political conflict sparked by religious conflict Definition: The English Civil Was is best characterized as a(n) ___. Term: New intellectual approaches, new instruments Definition: Francis Bacon and Galileo Galilei respectively represent ___ and ___ in the Scientific Revolution.
Term: Gave birth to Definition: The Scientific Revolution ___ the Enlightement. Term: Dependent on Definition: Frederick II is best characterized as ___ Prussia's nobles. Term: The prime minister Definition: Who was the chief executive in Britain by about 1800? Term: Wielded less political power Definition: Around 1700, compared to the Prussian Junkers, the French nobles ___ Term: Increase the power of his nobles Definition: Unlike Louis XIV, Frederick William worked to ___.
Term: Parliament Definition: Which of theses was politically strongest in England around 1700? Term: Parliament Definition: Who triumphed in the Glorious Revolution? Term: Corresponded to everyday observations Definition: Unlike the Copernican system, Ptolemy's system___. Term: Monarchs Definition: Which of these would most likely support the ideas of Hobbes? Term: Taken further Definition: Joseph II can be said to have ___ the reforms of Maria Theresa.

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