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aBc Book Of Us History Nykia Lloyd May 13 th, 2011 5 th Period [Social Studies]
A Abolitionist-A Person Who Strongly Favors Doing Away With Slavery Abstain-To Not Take Part In Same Activity, Such As Voting Adobe-A Sun-Dried Sun Brick
B Boycott-To Refuse To Buy Items From A Certain Country Blockade- To Close A Country’s Ports
C Cash Crop-Farm Crop Raised To Be Sold For Money Cede-To Give Up By Treaty Columbus, Christopher-Discovered America
D Desert-To Leave Without Permission Diversity-Variety Or Diffrence
E Export-To Sell Goods Aboard Emancipate-To Free From Slavery
F Famine-An Extreme A Shortage Of Food Frigate-Warship
G Guerrilla-A Hit And Run Technique Used In Fighting Wars Global Warming-A Steady Increase In Average World Temperature
H Human Rights-Rights Regarded As Belonging To All People
L Landslide-An Over Whelming Victory Lynching-Putting To Death A Person By The Illegal Action Of A Mob
M Majority-More Than Half Mission-Religious Settlement
N Nullify-To Cancel Neutral-Taking No Side In A Conflict Naturalization-To Grant Full Citizenship To A Foreigner
O Ordinance-A Law Or Regulation Offensive- Position Of Attacking Override-To Overturn Or Defeat
P Plurality-Largest Single Share Precedent-A Tradition Privateer-Armed Private Ship
R Ratify-To Give Official Approval To Recruit-To Enlist Soldiers In The Army Revenue-Incoming Money
S Suffrage- The Right To Vote Secede-To Leave Or To Withdraw Secession-Withdrawal From The Union
T Tariff-A Tax On Imports Or Exports Technology-The Application Of Scientific Discoveries To Practical Use Tribute-Money Paid For Protection
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