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Carlos IV’s reign began in 1788. He seemed to follow on his father’s steps, with the idea of a reformist monarchy based on the principles of the Enlightenment, but as soon as the French Revolution started, his government started to panic and repressed all revolutionary thoughts via the Inquisition. When Louis XVI of France, Carlos IV’s cousin, was put on trial and executed, Spain sent troops to fight the National Convention but had little success.

When Napoleon came to power (1799), Spain’s

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Plaint
Pleading refers to plaint and written statement. In plaint, plaintiff should allege facts about his cause of action. In fact, plaint consists of some contents, and it is mandatory that such contents should be present in plaint.
What is Plaint?
Plaint is written statement of plaintiff’s claim. Through plaint, plaintiff describes his cause of action and other necessary particulars to seek remedy from court for redressed of his grievances.
Necessary Contents of Plaint
Followings are the necessary
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BIOLOGIA TEMA 5 Y 6 4ºESO

 theori about origin of life

Theory of spontaneous generation (Aristotle)

–Formerly it was believed that decomposing organic matter produced living beings spontaneously

Theory of prebiotic synthesis (Alexander O, John H)

–Life arose from inorganic matter

Panspermia theory

–Proposed by SvanteArrhenius

–Suggests that life came to earth from another planet–It does not solve the question posed by the origin of the first living being

Present-day hypothesis

–Possible appearance of living beings in

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Baiona: Baiona era el puerto principal del sur de Galicia y norte de Portugal y el punto marítimo más difícil de combatir. Llegó a contribuir a la reconquista de Vigo.


Italian Unif: In 1848 Italy was divided in 7 kingdoms. There was a will to unify the country, but there were discussions about who should lead the process: -The Pope (Pius IX), but he refused to fight against the Austrians. -The king of Piedmont, governed by the house of Savoy. Finally this was the chosen option.

-1st Stage (1859-

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history

THE LIBERAL IDEOLOGY

LIBERALISM:

Sobereignity belongs to the nation. People governed themselves through representatives

No absolute power>>separation of Powers

Right to vote, representatives were elected through suffrage

Citizens + King must comply with laws (specially the constitution of fundamental law)

All men are equall in the eyes of the law

Freedom of the press is recognized

Economic freedom

Men and women had rights (life, freedom, property)

Separation of the church and the state

ABSOLUTISM:

Sovereignity

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Chapter 11 Test Questions

True or False

  1. Section 1 of the Sherman Act prohibits concerted action that unreasonably restrains trade in a relevant market. TRUE
  1. Predatory or exclusionary conduct designed to enable an organization to acquire or maintain monopoly power in a relevant market is permitted under the free trade exception to Section 2 of the Sherman Act. FALSE
  1. The law of private associations enables a court to review the actions of a private association when it has allegedly violated its own rules
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historia

UNIT 4
IN 711, A SMALL GROUP OF ARABS AND BERBERS CROSSED STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR UNDER THE COMMAND OF TARIQ. THEIR INTENTION WAS TO LOOT AND PLUNDER. EASILY DEFEATED THE VISIGOTHIC KING RODRIGO AT THE GUADALETE,711, THEY CONTINUE THEIR ADVANCE.
PENINSULA OFFERED LITTLE RESISTANCE AND WAS QUICKLY OCCUPIED. THE CAUSES WERE MUSLIM MILITARY SUPERIORITY, INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS OF THE VISIGOTHS, AND SUPPORT OFFERED TO THE INVADERS BY JESUS AND VISIGOTHS NOBLES.
IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINOUS REGION, WHERE CERTAIN
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  • Positive Freedoms: fundamental rights and freedoms that require acton by individuals to express and by governments to secure..

  • Civil Rights: fundamental guarantees ensuring equal treatment and protecting against discrimination under laws of a nation

  • Bill of rights: first 10 commandments

  • 13th Amendment (1865):Abolishes and prohibits slavery

  • A super PAC ________: can spend unlimited amounts of money but must not coordinate with a campaign

  • American Political Parties: a two party system that has weak third

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1-FORMATION OF LIVING ORGANISMS
( From smallest to the biggest)

DEFINITIONS

- Atom: the smallest structure. It has positive, negatives and neutral charge.

-Chemical elements: they are a lot of atoms together. There are metallic and non metallic. For example: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus…).

-Molecule: when we put some elements together (H2O, HCl…).

-Macromolecule: they are a lot of molecules together (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates…).

-Cell: the smallest structure that can do the 3 vital functions.

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final

Duplum,triplum,quadruplumA two voice organum was called an organum duplum, three voice organum is triplum and four voice is quadruplum Voices above tenor were likewise named in ascending order duplum, triplum and quadruplum Preotinus use organa for three or four voices.

Medieval Motet13th Century- polyphonic with tenor vocal workuse text from an existing discant clausula. It is in latin or French, sacred or secular text. Tenor melody are from chant or other melody.

RotaMedieval English polyphony

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