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  1. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 1 • Arbitrary: • -Left to one’s choice • -Without logic • -unclear

  2. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 1 • Despotism • -An absolute ruler • -brutal, cruel, and without mercy

  3. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 2 • Posterity • -All future generations • -Who and what comes after you

  4. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 2 • Ambiguity • -two or more possible meanings • -doubtfulness oruncertainty of meaning or intention • -Unclear

  5. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 2 • Constituency • -The voters in a district • Those who are represented in a democracy

  6. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 2 • Cynical • Denying the sincerity of people or the value of life • To see the worst in a person or thing

  7. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 2 • Estranged • : To keep apart or away • In a not normal state or condition • Odd, irregular

  8. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 3 Nautical • Related to the ocean or seafaring. • Used by sailors, on s`hips, and for navigation purposes

  9. MME VOCABULARY: Am HistI-Week 3 Culminate • To reach the highest point of climax • To bring to an end or conclusion • Finish, complete

  10. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 3 • Theoretical • Limited to or based upon a theory or idea • To apply a theory • To test a hypothosis

  11. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 3 • Inherent • An inseparable quality • existing in someone or something as an element, quality, or attribute

  12. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 4 • Speculate • To ponder thoughts or think • To risk for financial reward • To make a guess

  13. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 4 • Tribute • a gift, or testimonial • given as due in acknowledgement of gratitude or esteem

  14. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 4 • Tribulation • Great misery or distress • trouble; severe trial or suffering. • an instance ofaffliction, trouble, etc

  15. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 3 • Judiciously • Wise and careful, prudent • To sit in judgment

  16. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 5 • Infer • A logical conclusion • To conclude from premises or factual evidence

  17. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 5 • Principle • primary, or general law or truth • A fundamental law or truth

  18. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 5 • Reverentially • Deep respect, love, and awe. • A position of high honor or authority.

  19. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 5 • Attain • To gain, accomplish, or achieve • To receive or obtain

  20. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 5 • Conspicuous • Easy to see and/or obvious • attracting special attention

  21. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 6 • Oppression • To keep down by the cruel or unjust use of authority • To be wrongfully restricted

  22. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 6 • Primitive • Anything of the earliest time and /or original • Ancient, outdated, uncivilized

  23. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 6 • Scepter • A staff held by a ruler as a symbol • Royal or imperial power or authority; sovereignty

  24. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 6 • Cede • To give up one’s rights • to yield or formally surrender to another: to cede territory.

  25. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 6 • Expedite • to speed up the progress of something • To hasten: to expedite shipments

  26. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 7 • Intrinsic • To have internal satisfaction and value • belonging or a part of.

  27. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 7 • Precipitate • to hasten the occurrence of; bring about prematurely, hastily, or suddenly: to precipitate an international crisis

  28. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 7 • Scrutinize • To analyze intensely • with careful or critical attention

  29. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 7 • Derogatory Action or verbal remarks attached with negativism

  30. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 8 • Exonerate To clear, as of an accusation; free from guilt or blame To get rid of or terminate

  31. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 8 • Allied • joined by treaty, agreement, or common cause: allied` nations.

  32. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 8 • Affirmative Action Efforts to recruit or hire members of under Represented groups, such as women and minorities

  33. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 8 • Allegiance Devotion or Loyalty to one’s country loyalty or devotion to some person, group, or cause

  34. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 8 • Alternative Course of Action The other choice that could have been made which are inherent in every decision

  35. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 9 • Analog Mechanical Movements. A face clock with moving hands is An analog clock.

  36. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 9 • Digital Anything relying Electronic, computerized or binary code to operate, function or display information.

  37. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 9 • Articles of Confederation The first document created to govern the newly formed government after the American Revolution. “Firm league of friendship.” Before the United States Constitution.

  38. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 9 • Beliefs an opinion or conviction: a confidence in something not immediately able to be proved. faith; trust, a religious tenet or belief.

  39. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Beneficial Something of value conferring a clear benefit; advantageous; helpful.

  40. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Bias an unfair act or policy resulting from prejudice.a tendency or inclination, that prevents unprejudiced consideration of a question. 2012 Election of President Obama to a second term.

  41. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Bigotry Intolerance and prejudice; obstinate and unreasoning attachment to one’s own beliefs and opinions, with narrow-mindedness of beliefs opposed to them

  42. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Biography • Food for Thought: A narrative account of a person’s life

  43. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Bill of Rights First ten amendments of the US Constitution, ratified in 1791, these limit governmental power and protect basic rights and liberties of individuals

  44. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 11 • Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka(1954) • Food for Thought: USSC case that declared “separate-but-equal” educational facilities are inherently unequal and therefore a violation of equal protection of the law guaranteed in the 14th Amendment

  45. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 11 • Campaigns • The overall effort of a candidate or group to attain a goal or win a contest

  46. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 10 • Campaigns • Food for Thought: The overall effort a candidate makes to win votes through speeches, press conferences, and advertising

  47. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 11 • M1 (Money) Currency, coins, and checkable deposits.

  48. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 11 • Century • Food for Thought: One hundred years

  49. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 12 • Characteristics • A special quality or unique feature; whatever distinguishes one person or thing from others.

  50. MME VOCABULARY: Am Hist I-Week 12 • Choice • What someone must make when faced with two or more alternative uses for a resource.