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steer
opposite
launch
event
drift
dangle
crew
attract
signal
reverse

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Human Sexuality Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

The period of sexual development during which a person becomes sexually mature and physically able to reproduce Puberty
A chemical substance produced by an endocrine gland Hormone
A gland that produces and releases chemical substances that signal changes in other parts of the body Endocrine gland
An endocrine gland in the brain that is part of both the nervous and endocrinesystems Hypothalamus
The external male sexual organ through which sperm leave the body Penis
The sex hormone that affects the production of sperm and signals certain physical changes at puberty Testosterone
The reproductive cells in males Sperm
When feelings of sexual attraction start Sexual Awakening
People who are attracted to the opposite sex Heterosexual
People who are attracted to the same sex Homosexual
People who are attracted to both sexes Bisexual
What you think of yourself, physically and mentally Self-Concept
Standards and beliefs that you consider are important and that help you decide wrong from right Value
The period from about age 12 to 19 during which a child gradually changes into an adult Adolescence

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Drivers Ed. Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

AIR BAGS
BASIC DRIVERS LICENSE
BREAKS
CHILD CAR SEAT
CRUISE CONTROL
DASHBOARD
DEFROSTER
DRIVERS ED
EMERGENCY BRAKE
GASOLINE
GEAR SHIFT
HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHTS
HIGHWAY
HYDROPLANING
PARALLEL PARKING
PARKING
PASSENGER SEAT
REAR VIEW MIRROR
SEAT BELT
SKID
SPEED LIMIT
SPEEDOMETER
STEERING
STEERING WHEEL
STOP SIGN
SWERVING
TURN SIGNAL
VAILID LEARNERS PERMIT
VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
WINDSHIELD

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Drivers Ed Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

Contact between two or more vehicles Collision
Grooved surface of a tire that grips to the road Tread
Turning the steering wheel too much Oversteering
Not turning the steering wheel enough Understeering
Distance between vehicles Gap
Force keeping the tires from sliding Friction
Turning your vehicle around, then going the opposite way Turnabout
Two wheeled vehicle with a motor and pedal Moped
An eight sided sign that tells you to... Stop
Allowing others to go first Yeild
There are six _____ around the vehicle Zones
The first step in the IPDE process Identify
When stopping, you should see the persons ____ Tires
Percent of collisions that happen at intersections Thirty
When stopping, you should always check you ____ zone Rear
No blockages in your POT is a _____ zone Open
Any blockages in your POT is a _____ zone Closed
Teenagers have a different ___________ rythum than adults Circadian
A fixed object seen in the distance Target
Your vision from the side is your ______________ vision Peripheral
You put this on when making a turn Blinker
Driving is a ______ task Social
A flashing yellow light means Caution

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Travel & Tourism Terminology Word Search

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ATTRACTIONS
ACTIVITIES
DAY TOURS
ONE WAY
RETURN
FOC
FIT
SELF DRIVE
RAIL
CRUISE
TOUR
HOTEL
AIRLINE
RESERVATIONS
CABIN CREW
TRAVEL AGENT
SUPPLIER
WHOLESALER
FREQUENT FLYER
OPEN JAW
RTW
HUB
STOPOVER
DIRECT
NONSTOP
TRANSFER
TRANSIT
METAL
EQUIPMENT
CRS
GDS
CARRIER
IATA

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Sexuality Crossword Puzzle

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

sex organs for females Ovaries
oral stimulation falecio
Male or female prevention tool Condom
stimulation of oneself Masterbation
the climax of sexual excitment Orgasm
when a male and female lay opposite of one another in a sexual act sixtynine
a line that seperates boundries
something that can be contracted during sexual act STD
a lack of sexual attraction to others or lack of intrest for sexual partners Asexual
restraining onself from sexual acts abstinence
sexually attracted to people of the same sex homosexual
a person attracted to members of opposite sex hetrosexual
a persons sexual orientation sexuality
means of connecting with someone verbally communication
Saying "No" to unwanted sexual behavior Refusal
a untion of two people Marriage
When two people begin a relationship Dating
a mental picture of ones body Body Image

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Dynamic Earth Word Search

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Epicenter
Sea Floor Spreading- Theory
Mantle
Subduction
Core
Plate Tectonics
Lithosphere
Asthenosphere
Tectonic Plate
Earthquake
Continental Drift-Theory
Fault
Pangaea
Seismic Waves
Mid Ocean Ridge
Focus
Magnetic Reversal
Divergent Plate-Boundary
Crust
Magnetic Field

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The Theory of Plate Tectonics Word Search

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Land mass
Geologist
Transform-boundary
Covergent-boundary
Divergent-boundary
Basin
Plateau
Magnetic-Reversal
Reversed-polarity
Normal-polarity
Seafloor-spreading
Mid-ocean-ridge
Continental-drift
Plate-tectonics
Convection
Ridge-push
Slab-pull
Subduction
Lithosphere
Pangea

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AUDIO VIDEO Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

The part that shows film Video
sound audio
Frames per second FPS
the best resolution 1080p
plays a collection of pictures fast Film
the science of sound wave behavior in air. acoustics
audio engineering society AES
a method of transmitting information by a continuous but varying signal. analog
an electric current that reverses its direction periodically. AC
the ratio of image width to image height aspect radio
a grouping or range of frequencies bands
video signal that has not been modulated baseband
shortened form of binary digit, symbolized by 1s and 0s. The smallest unit of digital information. bit
an illustration of the signal path through a given system. block diagram
closed circuit television CCTV
an acronym for coder/decoder. An electronic device that converts analog signals, such as video and audio signals, into digital form and compresses them to conserve bandwidth on a transmission path. codec
the action of the air molecules moving closer together permitting audible sound compression
most commonly used component in a loudspeaker system and found in all ranges of drivers. cone
central processing unit CPU
a comparison of two measurements or values. Abbreviated dB, it is one-tenth of a Bel (a unit of measurement named for Alexander Graham Bell). DECIBLE

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Auto Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

Air Bag
Air Conditioner
Alternator
Axle
Battery
Body
Brake
Bumper
Car Seat
Carburetor
Carrier Rack
Child Seat
Clutch
Cooling Fan
Crankcase
Cruise Control
Defogger
Defroster
Door
Drive Line
Driveshaft
Engine
Frame
Fuse
Gas Tank
Headlight
Hood
Horn
Ignition
Muffler
Power Windows
Radiator
Radio
Rearview Mirror
Roof
Seat Belt
Starter
Steering Wheel
Suspension
Tail Lights
Tires
Transmission
Trunk
Turn Signals
Wheel Rim
Wheels

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Cell Communication Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

A set of chemical reactions in a cell that occurs when a molecule attaches to a receptor on the cell membrane Signaltransductionpathway
A system of stimuli and response correlated to population density Quorum Sensing
A form of cell-to-cell communication in which a cell produces a signal to induce changes in nearby cells Paracrine
A release of hormones that act on distant target cells in the body Endocrine
Similar to paracrine signaling but there is a special structure called the synapse between the cell originating and the cell receiving the signal Synaptic
A chemical substance produced in the body that controls and regulates the activity of certain cells or organs Hormone
When the target cell detects a signal, usually in the form of a small, water-soluble molecule, via binding to receptor protein Reception
The process by which foreign DNA is introduced into a cell by a virus or viral vector Transduction
Any behavior of a living organism that results from an external or internal stimulus Response
Usually a molecule which produces a signal by binding to a site on a target protein Ligand
Act as molecular switches inside cells, and are involved in transmitting signals from a variety of stimuli outside a cell to its interior GProtein
Constitute a large protein family of receptors, that detect molecules outside the cell and activate internal signal transduction pathways and, ultimately, cellular responses Gproteincoupledreceptor
Guanine Triphosphate GTP
Guanine Diphosphate GDP
Refers to the reversible transition of a molecule into a nearly identical chemical or physical state Activated
High-affinity cell surface receptors for many polypeptide growth factors RTKs
A phosphate group is added Phosphorylation
They pass the message to the next signaling component in the chain without otherwise participating Relay Protein
A group of transmembrane ion channel proteins which open to allow ions through the membrane in response to the binding of a chemical messenger Ligandgatedionchannel
Kinase enzyme that modifies other proteins by chemically adding phosphate groups to them Protein Kinase
A phosphate group is taken away Dephosphorylation
A sequence of events where one enzyme phosphorylates another, causing a chain reaction leading to the phosphorylation of thousands of proteins Phosphorylation cascade
An enzyme that removes a phosphate group from the phosphorylated amino acid residue of its substrate protein Protein Phosphatases
A molecule that relays messages in a cell from a receptor on a cell membrane to the final destination where an action within the cell is to take place second messengers
A secondary messenger molecule used in signal transduction and lipid signaling in biological cells IP3
A glyceride consisting of two fatty acid chains covalently bonded to a glycerol molecule through ester linkages DAG
A mechanism leading to multiple copies of a chromosomal region within a chromosome arm Amplification
Interact and/or bind with multiple members of a signaling pathway, tethering them into complexes Scaffolding Proteins
A process of programmed cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms Apoptosis
Protrusion of the plasma membrane of a cell Blebbing

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