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Explorers & Invaders Crossword

Explorers & Invaders Crossword
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A Spanish word meaning conquerors
A Spanish policy that granted land usually as a reward for services
A contagious & often deadly disease.
Being forced to leave forever.
A ruler appointed by the king.
A military fort.
Logs used as ceiling beams.
To add or join with.
A person who flees from a place because of war
Frequently changing
A steep cliff.
A Spanish policy that granted land usually as a reward for service.

Colonial New Mexico Crossword

Colonial New Mexico Crossword
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A Spanish word meaning conquerors
A payment or gift given to show respect
A Spanish policy that granted land to Spanish soldiers & colonists.
The study of the universe.
A contagious, often deadly disease.
A widespread outbreak of a contagious disease.
A steep cliff.
A ruler appointed by the king.
Forced to leave forever.
A military fort.
Logs used as ceiling beams.
Those born in Spain
People born in New Spain
Frequently changing.
An informal grouping of people.
The upper class.
Mixed races.
Half Spanish & half Indian people
To add or join with.
To hand over or give up.
The belief that the needs of one's own region outweighs the needs of the nation as a whole.
Laws that defined slaves as the property of slave owners.
Land created to keep the Indians in a confined space.
To absorb or conform to the customs & attitudes of a cultural group.

ch3&4 Crossword

ch3&4 Crossword
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Description

the study of the universe
granted land
meaning counquerors
payment or gift showing respect
a wide spread outbreak
deadly disease
forced to leave
ruler appointed by king
steep cliff
presidio
logs used as ceiling beams
refugee
town hall
spanish word for butler
member or town council
mixed races
those born in new spain
spanish man and indian womens children
those born in spain
upper class
informal grouping of people based on characteristics
frequently changing
to add or join
hand over
the belief of the god given right
disloyalty to ones country
absorb or conform
keeps the Indians in a confined space
the belief that the needs of ones own regions out weighs the nation as a whole
the law that defines that slaves are property of slave owners

American and Indian Wars Crossword

American and Indian Wars Crossword
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Description

a spanish word meanin conquerors
a spanish policy that granted land
a widespread outbreak of a contagious disease
a disease that has a high fever and skin devlopes sores that leave scars
a payment or gift to show respect
forced to leave
a steep cliff
a ruler appointed by the king
a person who flees a place because of war
members of the town council
logs used as celing beams
people born in new spain are called
spaniards born in spain are called
frequently changingin
mixed races including several groups
an informal grouping of people based on common characteristics
the upper class held the most wealth
the belief that it was god given
to add or to join with
disloyalty to one's country
to hand over
the belief that the needs of one outweighs the needs of the nation
laws that defined the slaves as the property of slave owners
lands the Indians were confined to
to absorb or comform to the customs and attitudes of a particular culture group

Pre Columbian America Crossword

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Crossword
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The Inca's way of farming in the high mountains
A city that and its surrounding territory forms an independent state
An adventurer or Conqueror, the New World in the 16th century
This civilization was located on the Yucatán Peninsula.
The widespread transfer of plants, foods, diseases, and ideas between the New World
Belief in or worship of more than one god
This civilization was located in the Andes mountains
This civilization dominated central and southern Mexico through force and a tribute system
The historic region comprises the modern-day countries of northern Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, and central to southern Mexico
A system is a class structure that is determined by birth

Chapter 3 Term Word Search

Chapter 3 Term Word Search
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Word Search
Description

conquistadors
encomienda
regidores
mayordomo
astronomy
banished
smallpox
epidemic
refugee
pizarro
viceroy
tribute
cabildo
atalatl
cortes
pueblo
aztec
onate
acoma
vigas
inca

Medicine Through Time Crossword

Medicine Through Time Crossword
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Crossword
Description

A drug that puts the patient into a deep sleep so that they can be operated on
Putting donated blood into the body
An injection given as a precaution against getting the disease
Spread easily from one person to another
A serious disease that infects the lungs and is highly contagious
An operation by a doctor on a patient in a hospital
When doctors cut into someone's body to repair or remove a damaged part
An antibiotic that stops germs from growing
A drug that is used in medicine to kill bacteria and to cure infections
A workplace where scientists do experiments

Epidemiology Key Terms Crossword

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When a disease is always present no matter how small in a community we refer to it as an _____.
If there are usually only 20 cases per year of Measles but in 2021, there were 50 cases of Measles, What is this called?
COVID-19 which affects countries throughout the world is considered a _____.
What is the cause of a disease or health condition?
What is the organism that becomes infected by a disease called?
Where does an agent exist?
what is in the middle of the epidemiological triangle?
The capacity of an agent to enter a host and cause infection: a disease that easily spreads from one host to another has high _____.
When symptoms are very noticeable, the disease has high ____.
The capacity of an agent to produce poison is called ____.
When an agent can survive in many adverse environments, they have high ____.
A type of direct transmission whenever anyone coughs, sneezes, or talks.
A type of indirect transmission spread by food, water, or inanimate objects.
This type of prevention is implemented before there is evidence of disease or injury.
This type of prevention is implemented after a disease or injury is established, the goal is to reduce morbidity or mortality.
What type of prevention is a community-level weight loss program?
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 but not showing any symptoms yet you have to go into ____.
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 and are showing symptoms you have to go into ____.
True positive / (True positive + False negative)
True negative / (False positive + True negative)
Systematic error often introduced by a researcher; two types are information and selection.
The number of existing and new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
The number of new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
Diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, or diabetes are ____ diseases.
The incidence among exposed divided by the incidence of unexposed.
Which ratio is used in case-control studies to test the hypothesis?
The leading cause of death with risk factors including hypertension, obesity, and physical inactivity.
The second leading cause of death in the US which has stages 0-IV.
This is a cross-sectional study that uses data that describes groups of individuals.
This study includes individuals used as cases and as controls to test a hypothesis.
A shortcoming of this study is that they are not well-suited for studying very rare diseases and are also time-consuming and expensive. These studies can be performed in the past or future.
The goal of this study is to monitor a population to gather the information that can be used to prevent health threats. There are two kinds: passive and active.
The first point when an individual is exposed to or infected by a disease; point of ____.
When you are fully recovered from the disease or infection you just experience is the ____ period.
The point of the first symptom of a disease or infection is the ____ point.

WORKSHOP 2 Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

To leave a place or vehicle empty
The protection of natural resources such as water
Made polluted by adding something harmful.
Causing destruction or ruin
The physical surroundings that plants, animals, and humans live in
A shortage of food that may cause people to starve
A person who is forced to leave his or her home due to disaster or war.
A large area of the world.
Very harsh
To provide what is needed to continue doing something.
A group of related items that work together to do something.
Happening over a large area or to many people.
A way to supply water to land or crops.
The removal of dirty or hazardous substances.

Communicable Diseases Word Search

Communicable Diseases Word Search
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Word Search
Description

tuberculosis
chicken pox
temperature
contagious
medication
sanitizer
spreading
treatment
vaccinate
diseases
syndrome
hygiene
isolate
malaria
measles
sharing
typhoid
doctor
immune
stigma
covid
fever
germs
masks
mumps