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UTSGHIS385H1Chin LimFall

HIS385H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Qing Dynasty, Overseas Chinese, Entrepôt

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09/07/18: studying history means dealing with perspectives of people from the past, national humiliation, hong kong is often portrayed as a symbol of n
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UTSGHIS103Y1Denis SmythFall

HIS103Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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His 103- september 14th 2016: human cost of 30-year bar, back story and lead up, 4 phases of the war, peace, war after the war. Hapsburg empires was cl
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UTSGHIS109Y1Ken BartlettFall

HIS109Y1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - City, Agriculture, Kingdom Of England

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UTSGHIS102Y1Carol ChinSpring

HIS102Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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UTSGHIS324H1Clare DaleFall

HIS324H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Kingdom Of England, Colony, British Raj

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Most of the colonization of the caribbean and north africa is from the 15th-16th century by the portuguese and spanish (then french then english) Briti
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UTSGHIS271Y1Erin BlackWinter

HIS271Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 116 pages long!)

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UTSGHIS271Y1Erin BlackFall

HIS271Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 161 pages long!)

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The antebellum refers to pre-civil war america. America is often referred to as the new world, which is incorrect. The continent did not come to be wit
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UTSGHIS103Y1Timothy SayleFall

HIS103Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 66 pages long!)

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History of international relations: states are a historical idea, state system offer organized system of ir, ex: un facilitates relations between state
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian Radforth

HIS312H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 59 pages long!)

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Migration to early canada: france and england colonize canada , european expansion, the st. lawrence valley, migrations, settlements, why so few settle
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UTSGHIS106Y1Jason DyckFall

[HIS106Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (53 pages long)

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Central argument: european empires transitions to african slaves in the americas after having experimented with other forms of coerced labour, when the
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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Final:

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UTSGPHY250H1Joseph ThywissenSpring

PHY250H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inductor, Equipotential, Vector Analysis

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UTSGMUS202H1Remi ChuWinter

MUS202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Beaux-Arts Architecture, Cadenza, Gratefulness

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UTSGMAT133Y1AllFall

UTSG MAT 133 test1-0506

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UTSGCSC108H1AllFall

UTSG CSC 108 t2.w12.eve.soln

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For each block of code in this question, write its output in the box below it. If it would generate an error, say so, and give the reason for the error
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UTSGCSC108H1AllFall

UTSG CSC 108 20099_t2_solution

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For the purpose of this question, we will consider the letters a , e , i , o and u (whether lowercase or uppercase) to be vowels, but not y . """return
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UTSGCSC108H1AllFall

UTSG CSC 108 20099_t1_solution

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Suppose these functions have been de ned: import media def do_something(left, right): left = right for pixel in left: media. set_red(pixel, 0) def do_s
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UTSGCSC108H1AllFall

UTSG CSC 108 t2pm_solution

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Beside each code fragment below, show the output that it would create. If it would generate an error say so, and give the reason why. L = [1, 15, 4] fo
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UTSGCSC108H1AllFall

CSC108H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Docstring, Newline, Standard Streams

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Do not turn this page until you have received the signal to start. (please ll out the identi cation section above, write your name on the back of the t
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeySummer

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Anthropomorphism

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Ross" style is always beautifully matched with the material. Martha and john desire to stick with the land. This illustrates their wanting to persevere
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UTSGECO320H1Professor BarberFall

ECO320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Artichoke, Dune, Price Ceiling

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[explains the important distinction between private marginal cost and social marginal. Given the technology used by this frim, external costs will alwa
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UTSGPHL243H1Ronniede SousaFall

Kant Notes

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Duties towards the body in respect of sexual impulse. Kant"s definition of sexual impulse: an appetite for enjoying another human being. They are the o
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UTSGSOC265H1..Summer

body and the reproduction of femininity.docx

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Bordo argues that, depending on the viewpoint of women at the time, the neurosis experienced by women will change to reflect it. For example, in the vi
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UTSGCHM101H1Judith PoeFall

CHM101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Silver Nitrate, Potassium Iodate, Omics Publishing Group

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UTSGSDS255H1Scott RayterFall

SDS255H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heterosexuality, Phone Sex, Reinforcement

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Are different sexual experiences considered sex ? (ie. phone sex + masturbation) Prescribed vs. described ways we . Ways to believe + enforce gender hi
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UTSGPSY220H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Superficiality, Kurt Lewin, Clinical Psychology

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Sociological perspective: interested in things at the group level: social class, race. Anthropological perspective: boarder approach and look at things
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frontal Lobe, Wilhelm Wundt, Confounding

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Learning objectives: describe the historical contributions to cognitive psychology made by the first psychologists, psychoanalysis and behaviorism. Hys
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UTSGSDS255H1Scott RayterFall

SDS255H1 Lecture 4: Lecture #4: Qué hora es? SPA100

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Ie. es la una y cuatro (1:15), son las dos y quince (2:15) Adjectives: paciente, pesimista, introvertida/o, flexible, sentimental, cruel, ego stas. Ie.
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UTSGCHM136H1Kris QuinlanWinter

Even More Resonance Problems.pdf

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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes -Mutationism, Common Descent, Ginkgo

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Paley argued that the existence of well adapted organisms was similar to the existence of a watch there is a designer just as there is a watchmaker. Sp
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UTSGHMB200H1John YeomansWinter

HMB200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cell Migration, Schwann Cell, Astrocyte

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Chapter 2: neurons and glia. Franz nissl (german neurologists) 1900s: introduced a stain used today still. Santiago ramon y cajal (histologist) 1888: l
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Full: Gradualism, Pastoralism, Recreation Area

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Deepest and oldest rock layers represent more primitive species. Younger and most recent layers resemble present- day species and are more complex. Cha
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Complete: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Interspecific Competition, Pisaster

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UTSGCRI210H1Scot WortleyFall

CRI210H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ontario Provincial Police, Herbert Annesley Packer, Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Temperate Deciduous Forest, Tallgrass Prairie, Alpine Tundra

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UTSGSOC214H1Bonnie FoxFall

servants of globalization: women, migration and domestic work

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Servants of globalization: women, migration and domestic work. There are approximately 6. 5 million filipino/a migrant workers and over half are women.
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UTSGSMC219Y1Ted PetitFall

SMC219Y1 Chapter Notes -Mass Society, Organizational Culture, Cultural Analysis

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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiFall

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: North American English, Code-Switching, Phonetics

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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Idiolect, James W. Pennebaker, Communicative Competence

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