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story-u own ice cream shop
buy something for house
split dessert with me
buy VA wine
buy VA beer
Monticello souvenir
Make out on street
d touch inappr. @ monticello
Monticello selfie
buy someone drink
surprise cocktail
your birthday
recite 3 jefferson facts
buy d present
say 'jackass' 3 x
public flirting
yell "UVA sucks" loudly
name 20 presidents/30 seconds
use 'puffy fluffy' at checkin
weird appetizer/dinner
1/2 hour/3 buttons unbuttoned
ask someone 8 questions
tell our story
tell in drone industry


Literary Terms Crossword


literary reference to a familiar thing allusion
conflict with another character Charactervscharacter
the turning point in a story (comes after the rising action) climax
comparison of two or more similar objects analogy
author's own account of his/her own life autobiography
story of a person's life written by someone else biography
the problem; something vs. something else conflict
stretching the truth exaggeration
the begining of a story exposition
kind of writing that explains something expository
category or type (of literature) genre
the lesson of a story theme
person telling the story narrator
words or phrases that convey the opposite meaning or expected outcome irony
problem from INSIDE of a person internal conflict
main character of the story protagonist
sequence of events in a story plot
the author's attitude toward the subject of a work tone
group of lines forming a unit in a poem stanza
point of view in which the reader knows all thoughts, feelings, and actions of all the characters omnicient

Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle


An aging ranch handyman Candy
The only female character in the story Curley's Wife
Gets his name from his crooked back Crooks
Lennie's caretaker George
The boss’s son Curley
What does Lennie take out of his pocket that gets him yelled at by George? Dead Mouse
Where does the story take place? California
What does Lennie want with his dinner in the first chapter that they don't have? ketchup
What is Lennie most excited about when George and him get their farm? Rabbits
Who is the protagonist? George
Where do most of the workers hangout after work? local brothel
Who kills Curley's wife? Lennie
Who gives Lennie the puppy? Slim
Who kills Lennie? George
Who shoots Candy's dog? Carlson
Lennie tells Curley's wife he likes petting soft things, so she let's him touch her________? hair
Where does Lennie try to hide the puppy and Curley's wife? hay
What time period does the book take place in? 1930
What tense is the story told in? past
One of the major themes in the story is________? American Dream

Travel and Tourism Crossword


When your plane is leaving take off
when you arrive at a hotel check in
when you tour a city to see all of it's important places sightsee
a person who brings you to a city's important places tour guide
a document needed to travel to different countries passport
money in a different country foreign currency
an important statue, building, or structure monument
when you do not know where you are get lost
a very tall building skyscraper
a structure that projects from the shore over the sea pier
to tan (at the beach/pool) sunbathe
when someone is lost and you help them givedirections
when your plane arrives land
where you pack your clothes suitcase
suitcases and other bags when travelling luggage
if an attraction is busy you must... wait in line
gifts you buy while travelling souvenirs
a place where art and other artifacts are displayed museum
a carved figure of a person statue
a place to keep your money/credit cards wallet
a car that you pay to drive you somewhere taxi

Short Story Terms Crossword


The person who tells the story Narrator
The relationship of the narrator to the story Point of View
Story is told by a character referred to a "I". Reader see's things through that character's eyes First Person
The narrator is someone outside of the story, and relates the thoughts of only 1 character. "he or she" Third Limited
The narrator see's into the minds of multiple character's Omniscient
The sequence of events in a story Plot
Person, animal, or imaginary creature in a literary work. Character
Grow and change during a story Dynamic
Remains the same throughout the story. Static
Central struggle between opposite forces in the story. Conflict
When a character struggles against an outside force. External Conflict
Struggle within the mind of the character. Internal Conflict
Main Message of a story. Theme
Time and place in which the story takes place. Settting
Beginning of the plot which introduces the characters, setting, and situation Exposition



In Islam, the "call to prayer" Adan
Arabic word for God Allah
Islamic leaders regarded as successors to Muhammad for Sunni Muslims Caliph
The foundational and practices of Islam that were set forth by Muhammad and are practiced by all Muslims Five pillars
Word meaning "story", the sayings and stories of Muhammad that are meant to form guidance for living out Islam Hadith
A Muslim who has memorized the Qur'an Hafiz
A term meaning "migration", it recalls the escape of Muhammad from his enemies in 622 C.E. And the beginning of the establishment of Islam. Marks the start of Islamic calendar Hijrah
The leader for prayer at a mosque who is chosen for his knowledge of Islam and his personal holiness Imam
The first Islamic shrine, which Muslims believe was built by Abraham. Destroyed by pagans, it was reclaimed by Muhammad when he captured Mecca in the seventh century. Ka'bah
Arabic that means "recite" or "recitation." In Muslim belief, God's final revelation superseding both Jewish and Christian Bibles. Qur'an
The Fourth Pillar of Islam, which is a month of prayer and fasting that commemorates the Night of Power. Ramadan
Chapters or sections in the Qur'an. Each surah is a separate revelation received by Muhammad. Surah
A Muslim scholar trained in Islam and Islamic Law. Ulama
The ritual washing of the face, hands, arms, top of head, and feet that a Muslim must perform before Salah. Wudu

La Niñez Crossword


camp acampar
spider araña
build a fort armarfortalezas
well behaved bieneducado
blocks bloques
sandbox lacajadearena
collect stamps coleccionarsellos
share toys compartirjuguetes
spoiled consentido
tell stories contarcuentos
caves cuevas
tell lies decirmentiras
as a child deniño
as a child depequeño
disobedient desobediente
destroy destuir
cartoon dibujoanimado
dinosaur dinsaurio
explore explorar
yell gritar
keep a secret guardarunsecreto
day care gurderíainfantil
speak out aloud hablarenvozalta
run away huir
imaginary imaginario
insect insecto
play hide and seek jugaralescondite
play in the leaves jugarenlashojas

Types of cloud formations Crossword


The typical clumply, "puffy" cloud is formed in rising air currents. __________ clouds are evidence of unstable air conditions. Cumulus
These appear "spread out" and in sheets or horizontal layers. Stratus
Wispy cotton candy looking clouds. Cirrus
Whitish sheets that cover the sky completely. Cirrostratus
Little white and puffy. They form a huge sheet, covering the sky Cirrocumulus
Very big, can be white or grey. Can appear as patches. Altocumulus
Appear as greyish or whitish sheet that completely covers the sky. Altostratus
Appear low, dull, greyish sheets covering the sky (resembles fog). Stratus
Appear as sheets of big puffy white or grey clouds. Stratocumulus
Appear as dark grey layers of large, puffy clouds. Nimbostratus
Large individual puffy clouds. Cumulus
Build up into high towering masses Towering cumulus
These clouds are very dark at the bottom. Cumulonimbus



I can not take _______________ inside the Hospital. Selfies
What do the initials ePHI stand for electronically Protected Health _________ ? Information
Abbreviation for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996? HIPAA
Every patient has the right to ___________ with their medical treatment and conditions. Privacy
By law hospitals must train annually on HIPAA ____________. Compliance
Hospitals have ___________ and procedures to meet Federal HIPAA rules and regulations. policies
If you suspect someone is violating the facility's privacy policy , you should? report
HIPAA security and privacy applies to everyone ______ in the facility. working
HIPAA is governed by _____ and Human Services? Health
HIPAA was created with _____ standards for all patients. Security
Accessible __________ Health Information (PHI) is limited to only that information needed for performance of services. Protected
Personally identifiable health information is protected by HIPAA includes photographic, electronic, spoken word and ______? Paper
I may not post any identifiable information on______? Social media
All information regarding patients must stay confidential. I can not even tell my friends or ____. Family
I may not share my computer log-in _____ with anyone. Password

Poetry Vocab Crossword


The voice talking to us in a poem the voice is NOT always the poet. Speaker
A group of consecutive lines in a poem that form a single unit. It is comparable to a paragraph in an essay. Stanza
Words that explain different sounds and functions within writing. Sound devices
A fourteen-line poem, usually written in iambic pentameter. Sonnet
A comparison between two unlike things, using a word such as like, as, than, or resembles. Simile
A musical quality produced by the repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables or by the repetition of other certain sound patterns. Rhythm
The repetition of accented vowel sounds and all sounds following them in words that are close together in a poem. Rhyme
The pattern of end rhymes in a poem. You can identify this by using different letters of the alphabet for each rhyme. Rhyme scheme
Repeating a word, phrase, line, or stanza multiple times within the poem. Repetition
A poem or stanza of four lines. Quatrain
Using words whose sounds suggest their meaning. Onomatopoeia
A lyric poem, rhymed or unrhymed, on a serious subject. These are typically addressed to one person/thing. Ode
A poem that tells a story. Not an epic: Epics have superhuman or extraordinary happenings, narratives do not. Narrative poem
An imaginative comparison between two unlike things in which one thing is said to be another thing. Metaphor
Poetry that expresses the feelings or thoughts of a speaker rather than telling a story. These poems are usually short and imply, as opposed to stating, a strong emotion or idea. Lyric poetry
A series of words written, printed, or recited as one of the component’s units of a larger piece of writing, such as a poem. Line
A very short humorous or nonsensical poem with five lines. Limerick
Rhymes within lines. Internal rhyme
Language that appeals to the seven senses. Imagery
Originating in Japan, a Haiku is a threeline poem which contains seventeen syllables. 5 syllables in the first line, 7 syllables in the second line, 5 syllables in the last line Haiku
Poetry without a regular meter or rhyme scheme. These poems may use internal rhyme, repetition, alliteration, onomatopoeia. Free verse
The structure and organization of a poem. Form
An expressive use of language. Figurative language
A long narrative poem that is written in heightened language and tells stories of the deeds of a heroic character who embodies that values of a society. Epic
Rhymes at the ends of lines. End rhyme
A five-line poem in which each line follows a rule. A word for the subject of the poem. Two words that describe it. Three words that show action. Four words that show feeling. The subject word again-or another word for it. Cinquain
A song or songlike poem that tells a story. Ballad
The repetition of vowel sounds in words that are close together. Assonance
•The repetition of consonant sounds in words that are close together. Alliteration

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