A Change in wind
David Carpenter, Eric Chour,
Table of Contents
Background Research Info -2
Purpose - 3
Hypothesis - 3
Variable - 3
Measured Data - 3
Materials - 3
Controlled Conditions -
Poems of the book Holes By: Aliabbas Kugshia
Miles of nothing but just sand
All day working with my hand
From dawn to dusk they work in heat
But still working hard and not earning a treat
Miles of nothing but just sand
All day working with my h
Tom Sawyer questions
True and false.
1. Was Tom Sawyer the main character? True
2.This story is told in a 1 person form? False
3.The story was written in 1876? True
4.Aunt Polly is injun Joes aunt? False
5.Was the town orphan Huckleberry Finn? True
Character Comparison-The great rat hunt and
In this essay, we will be comparing and contrasting between two different stories which are The
great rat hunt by Laurence yep.It is about a boy named Laurence who has asth
Mi Familia Ideal
Hola mi nombre es Aliabbas y voy a contarles acerca de
mi familia.El nombre de mi abuelo es Morgan Freeman.Es
alto,Moreno,fuerte.Le gusta patina y comer.Mi abuela es
Sandra Bullock.Ella es rubia,baja,activa y le gusta coc
Aliabbas Kugshia Period 7
Mi casa es muy bonita y elegente . Mi casa en Sugar
Land, Texas. El color de mi casa es blanco . En mi
casa el salon es muy grande . El salon tiene dos sofas
blancos y un el sillion es verde. Mi salon tiene un
Extra Block Files AFF
POLICE HAVE THE ABILITY TO TARGET
AFRICAN AMERICANS WITH IMPUNITY
Carbado, Devon (Professor of Law, University of California, Los Angeles Law
School.) "Blue-on-Black Violence: A Provisional Model of Some of the Causes."
Geo. LJ 104 (
Resolved: The United States ought to limit qualified immunity for police officers.
Morality: because ought implies a moral obligation
Value Criterion: Maximizing well-being for the greatest amount of people, known as
Affirming Police Immunity Ban
The qualified police immunity ban promotes violence
and civil unrest due to the poor and unpunished
judgment of American police. The installation of
qualified police immunity allows for an inducement of
racial and civil injus
Part 1 is the framework
I value Morality.
First, a governments primary obligation is to protect its citizens
The Responsibility to Protect, Outreach Programme on the Rwandan Genocide and the United Nations http:/ww
The value is morality
The standard is resisting oppression.
Governments have a practical, political obligation to protect oppressed members of society. This
obligation comes before any moral obligations, because governments only have moral authority
Limiting Police Immunity Affirmative
The suppression of potentially meritorious civil rights
claims is a cost of qualified immunity that impedes
access to justice in profound and troubling ways.
Resolved: The United States ought to limit qu
I affirm Resolved: The United States ought to limit qualified immunity for police officers .
Qualified Immunity is the removal of legal responsibility for civil lawsuits for Police officers.
While law enforcement officers recognize the inherent
AT Upholding Constitution
Burning/Rejecting current Society by means of revolution is a good
Anarchy is not a bad thing, its a good thing
[O]ppression by the government . has so much more baneful an effect on the springs of national
REVIEW GUIDE FOR SEMESTER EXAM
I. Chapter 1: Exploring Life
1. List and explain characteristics common to all living things
2. Specify and compare levels of biological organization-ecosystem, community, population, etc.
IV. Cytoplasmic Division Mechanisms
A. How Do Animal Cells Divide?
1. Animal cells partition their cytoplasm by pinching it in two. Most often, the plasma
membrane starts to sink inward as a thin indentation about halfway between the cells
poles. The inde
Do you have a Boy or Girl
Dissection of the mouth
place scissors in mouth and cut
through the jaw
The cut should look like this
Pick up the pig.
Grabbing the tongue and the hard
palate, pull open the mout
Name:_Philip Raven_Lab partner Alex Davis and Brandon Triggs
10 March 2013
Inhibition of Microorganisms by Spices
Introduction: Food spoilage results in considerable annual economic loss to businesses
and individuals. Changes in foo
25 April 2013
Biology Chapter 26
I. Components of the Plant Body
A. The Basic Body Plan
1. The typical flowering plant has:
Aboveground parts (i.e. stems, leaves, and flowers)
Chapter 22 Examples
Forms sexual spores inside a bag like structure called an ascus.
8 haploid spores are produced through meiosis and mitosis.
1. truffles- emits some of the same chemicals as an amorous male pig.
Biology I Section 3
25 March 2013
Chapter 20 Outline
I. An Evolutionary Road Map
A. Protists are the simplest of all eukaryotes.
1. Most protists have a:
a. Nucleus with more than one chromosome
b. May have mitochondria
c. May h
Biology I (Period 3)
2 March 2013
Biology Chapter 19 Outline
I. Characteristics of Prokaryotic Cells
A. Cell Sizes, Shapes, and Structures
1. The average prokaryotic cell is no longer or wider than 0.5 to 1 micrometer.
2. The mo
Biology (Period 3)
19 February 2013
Biology Chapter 13 Outline
A. During transcription, the first step in protein synthesis, a sequence of nucleotide
bases becomes exposed in an unwound region of a DNA strand. T
Quiz 1 words
Adenine (A) A type of nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides also, a nucleotide with an
adenine base. Base-pairs with thymine in DNA and uracil in RNA.
Bacteriophage Type of virus that infects bacteria.
Cytosine (C) A type of nitrogen-contai
Parts of the Pig
1. Palate- the roof of the mouth in vertebrates having a complete or partial separation of the oral
and nasal cavities. Consists of the hard and soft palate.
2. Hard Palate- the relatively hard, bony a
Biologists use a variety of traits in their
efforts to infer animal phylogenies
Characteristics of Animals
Multicelled heterotrophic eukaryotes