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SFULING 100Chung- Hye HanWinter

LING 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Amboseli National Park, Francine Patterson, James Rumbaugh

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Communication relies on using something to stand for something else. Things that stand for other things is a sign. The sign is a unit of communication
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SFULING 100Chung- Hye HanWinter

LING 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Specific Language Impairment, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emission Tomography

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Gray matter: 10 billion neurons (nerve cells) form surface of the brain (cortex), the seat of higher-level functions and intelligence, including langua
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Machu Picchu, Coricancha, Inca Empire

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An estate in the clouds: inka machu picchu. The inka, or sapa inka (unique inka), the ruler himself. Inka of royla blood ideal 40,000 who lived in cuzc
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Foxtail Millet, Kuahuqiao Site, Yangshao Culture

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At least two primary centres of early domestication, huang ho river in north, yangtze river in southern china. Northern china along huang ho river, fox
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - John Lloyd Stephens, Frederick Catherwood, Maya Calendar

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Rumble in the jungle: tropical forests and the collapse of urban societies. Common western 19th century mythology: western explorer stumbling thorugh j
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Coast Salish Peoples, Manuel Quimper, Salish Sea

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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Indigenous Peoples Of The Eastern Woodlands, Southeastern United States, Mississippian Culture

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Woodland 1000 bc to ad 1600: hopewell 200 bc- ad 600, mississippian ad 700-ad 1600. Similar to mesolithic in old world, with increasing environmental r
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Mesolithic, Neolithic, Grave Goods

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Worldwied changes after 10,000 bp: climate, complex hunter-gatherers and foragers, sea levels rose 130-150 metres, flooding cut off americas, britain,
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 - March 7, 2011.docx

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King (ensii) temple maintenance, military leadership. City council elected the king, other roles unclear. Each urban centre had a patron god, part of a
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Englishman River, Midden, The Vancouver Sun

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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Homo Erectus, Upper Paleolithic, Hand Axe

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Picture this as a gradual expansion of ecological territory, rather than a footrace across continents. Most dates you will see for early hominins come
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SFUARCH 100Ross JamiesonWinter

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Manuel Quimper, Salish Sea, Toba Inlet

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SFUCMNS 130Kathleen CrossWinter

CMNS 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Canadian Radio League, Federal Radio Commission, Hypodermic Needle

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Generalizations that attempt to explain and predict phenomena by finding & analyzing patterns. A set of concepts and relationship statements that help
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