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Jeopardy
Jeopardy Guide

Created on March 06, 2018
soal pramuka
ini soal pramuka penegak
1) Saka yang bergerak dalam bidang kelautan ? : taruna bumi
2) berapa jumlah dasa darma? : 10
3) Dhasa dharma ke-8 berbunyi ? : Disiplin berani dan setia.

Created on November 09, 2017
Electronic Field Production Study Guide
Final Exam Study Guide
1) What are the 3 main parts of the camera? : Lens, the camera itself, and the view finder

Created on April 24, 2015
Lebanon-Lancaster Virtual Academy Study Guides
Study guides for course to help prepare for exams, tests, etc.

Created on April 15, 2015
ULANGAN TIK
Pilihla salah satu
1) Yang bukan termasuk alat TIK .... : HP
2) yang termasuk alat input : printer

Created on April 14, 2015
chapter 13 vocabulary
japan' golden age
1) Kana : In the Japanese writing system, a set of symbols that stand for sounds
2) Novel : Long fictional story, often with a complex plot and many chapters
3) Anthology : Book of works by different writers
4) Haiku : Form of poetry with 17 syllables in three lines
5) Sutra : Buddhist scripture

Created on March 04, 2015
aviral
rock on
1) Ganpat is found dead in his office at his desk. Sherlock Holmes was working on this case and have narrowed the suspects down to three people: 1. His Friend Mr Rakesh Gupta 2. Ganpat's wife "Bhawna" 3. His Secretary "Jason Kumar"All three suspects visited ganpat on the day of his murder for various reason as they told to sherlock.As we know where police failed , sherlock comes.He was able to find a note at the corner of the wall. "7B91011" was written on it.Sherlock waste no time in announcing the killer. Who was the killer ? :
2) Ganpat is found dead in his office at his desk. Sherlock Holmes was working on this case and have narrowed the suspects down to three people: 1. His Friend Mr Rakesh Gupta 2. Ganpat's wife "Bhawna" 3. His Secretary "Jason Kumar"All three suspects visited ganpat on the day of his murder for various reason as they told to sherlock.As we know where police failed , sherlock comes.He was able to find a note at the corner of the wall. "7B91011" was written on it.Sherlock waste no time in announcing the killer. Who was the killer ? :
3) Karamchand , A well known consulting detective is currently working on an international case where oil is illegally sold.While inspecting he finds a note under a shelf : 710 57735 34 5508 51 7718Currently there are 3 suspects: Rooney Bill and Owen.He breaks the code and found the suspect. can you ? :
4) It was a dark stormy night and a couple were in a car racing madly through a foreign city. The car broke down and the husband had to go get help from someone who spoke his language. He was afraid to leave his wife alone in the car so he pulled up the windows and locked the car before leaving. When he came back, the car was in the same state as he had left it but his wife was dead, there was blood on the floor and there was a stranger in the car. What happened? :

Created on February 12, 2015
Language Arts
Semester Final
1) Characterization Context Clues Reading Comprehension Make Inferences/ Drawing Conclusions Identifying Main Idea/ Choosing a Title Odentifying Supporting ideas within a Passage Recognizing facts and opinions Reading Fiction, Non-fiction, poetry Poetry---rhyme scheme, interpretation Literary terms and devices: Idiom Symbolism Simile Alliteration Onomatopoeia Metaphor Foreshadowing Exposition Climax Falling Action Resolution Theme : Read this passage to answer questions 1-8 Buck lived at a big house in the sun-kissed Santa Clara Valley. Judge Miller's place, it was called. It stood back from the road, half hidden among the trees, through which glimpses could be caught of the wide cool veranda that ran around its four sides. The house was approached by gravelled driveways which wound about through wide-spreading lawns and under the interlacing boughs of tall poplars. At the rear things were on even a more spacious scale than at the front. There were great stables, where a dozen grooms and boys held forth, rows of vine-clad servants' cottages, an endless and orderly array of outhouses, long grape arbors, green pastures, orchards, and berry patches. Then there was the pumping plant for the artesian well, and the big cement tank where 's boys took their morning plunge and kept cool in the hot afternoon. And over this great demesne Buck ruled. Here he was born, and here he had lived the four years of his life. It was true, there were other dogs, There could not but be other dogs on so vast a place, but they did not count. They came and went, resided in the populous kennels, or lived obscurely in the recesses of the house after the fashion of Toots, the Japanese pug, or Ysabel, the Mexican hairless,--strange creatures that rarely put nose out of doors or set foot to ground. On the other hand, there were the fox terriers, a score of them at least, who yelped fearful promises at Toots and Ysabel looking out of the windows at them and protected by a legion of housemaids armed with brooms and mops. But Buck was neither house-dog nor kennel-dog. The whole realm was his. He plunged into the swimming tank or went hunting with the Judge's sons; he escorted Mollie and Alice, the Judge's daughters, on long twilight or early morning rambles; on wintry nights he lay at the Judge's feet before the roaring library fire; he carried the Judge's grandsons on his back, or rolled them in the grass, and guarded their footsteps through wild adventures down to the fountain in the stable yard, and even beyond, where the paddocks were, and the berry patches. Among the terriers he stalked imperiously, and Toots and Ysabel he utterly ignored, for he was king,--king over all creeping, crawling, flying things of Judge Miller's place, humans included.

Created on December 14, 2013
Writing Guidebook: IV. Expanding Your Vocabulary Flashcard
Communications 311
1) prosaic : Adj. dull, drab, colorless, banal. (see also mundane, vapid)
2) pusillanimous : Adj. easily intimidated; cowardly.
3) quandary : N. a dilemma or perplexing problem.
4) queue : N. a group of people standing in line in wait. I.v. to line up
5) querulous : Adj. giving meticulous attention to detail; nit-picky.

Created on December 12, 2013
Expanding Your Vocabulary
Communications 311

Created on December 12, 2013
JMC116 Quiz

1) Rupert Murdoch controls 60 percent of which country's newspaper circulation? : Australia

Created on December 10, 2013
english
EXAMS!!

Created on November 05, 2013
UNIT 2 REVIEW Flashcard
E.L.A
1) conflict : a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one.
2) round character : Round characters are characters which have been fully developed by an author, physically, mentally, and emotionally, and are detailed enough to seem real. A round character is usually a main character, and is developed over the course of the story
3) flat character : A flat character is its opposite, having hardly any development whatsoever. A flat character is distinguished by its lack of detail. Though the description of a flat character may be detailed, the character itself barely has detail and usually just follows one characteristic.
4) static character : A static character, is one that does not undergo important change in the course of the story, remaining essentially the same at the end as he or she was at the beginning.
5) dynamic character : A dynamic character, in contrast, is one that does undergo an important change in the course of the story

Created on October 23, 2013
Theroy Exam #6

1) Name the Homerow Keys : a s d f j k l ;

Created on October 03, 2013
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