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Weegy: The codes are issued in bulk, but may expire at any time, so even though I will give you a valid gift code, [ it may already be considered to be used when you try to enter it. The code is: 22f454gr9 Make sure that you type iit in exactly as it is written, with NO capitol letters. This is a valid code, but like I said, it still may not work for you. ] (More)
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Most influential to the beginnings of the American prison experience was (were) theA. Pilgrims. B. Quakers. C. Catholic Church. D. Salvation Army.
Weegy: Most influential to the beginnings of the American prison experience was (were) B: Quakers. (More)
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Which civilization was responsible for defeating the Mali Empire? A. Aksum B. Ghana C. Hausa D. Songhai
Weegy: civilization was responsible for defeating the Mali Empire C. Hausa . (More)
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which is an attribute of an effective decision maker who considers current conditions and takes advantage of oppertunities that exist at the time? a. selectivity, b. currency, c. good judgment, d. self-knowledge
Weegy: b. Currency is an attribute of an effective decision maker who considers current conditions and takes advantage of opportunities that exist at the time. (More)
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The Articles of Confederation limited the powers of what body? A. national government B. state government C. state military D. Supreme Court
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The Articles of Confederation limited the powers of national government.
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is kwame kilpatrick case a civil law or criminal law?
Weegy: Kilpatrick's mayorship was plagued by numerous scandals and rampant accusations of corruption, with the mayor eventually resigning after being charged with ten felony counts, including perjury and obstruction of justice. [ Kilpatrick was sentenced to four months in jail after pleading guilty to reduced charges, but with good time awarded to county jail inmates in Michigan, he was released on probation after serving 99 days. On May 25, 2010, he was sentenced to 18 months to 5 years in prison for violating his probation,[5] and served time at the Oaks Correctional Facility in northwest Michigan. He is also under a 38-charge felony indictment on additional corruption charges, in what a federal prosecutor called a "pattern of extortion, bribery and fraud" by some of Detroit's most prominent officials.[6] In 2005, TIME magazine named Kilpatrick as one of the worst mayors in America. ] (More)
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When the forward and reverse paths of a change occur at the same rate, A. the system is conserved. B. the system is in equilibrium. C. the change must be physical. D. the change must be chemical.
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When the forward and reverse paths of a change occur at the same rate, the system is in equilibrium.
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Most influential to the beginnings of the American prison experience was (were) the
Weegy: Most influential to the beginnings of the American prison experience was (were) the Quakers. (More)
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How did the supreme court oppose the new deal from1933 to 1936?
Weegy: The Supreme Court found six of Roosevelt's eight major New Deal statutes unconstitutional, most often due to instances where Congress attempted to exercise the Interstate Commerce Clause in a manner not compatible with the Constitution. [ In Panama Refining Co. v. Ryan, 293 US 388 (1935), (aka the Hot Oil Case) the Supreme Court invalidated a section of the National Industrial Recovery Act that regulated the sale of petroleum products between states and foreign entities. The Court held that Congress had overstepped its authority by delegating to the President powers not enumerated in the Constitution. The overturned section of the act prohibited the sale of petroleum in excess of undefined state quotas, and failed to set criteria for applicability of the statute. In Railroad Retirement Board v. Alton Railway Co., 295 US 330 (1935), the Court invalidated the Railroad Pension Act of 1934 as violating several provisions of the constitution, including passage of ex post facto laws, and creating arbitrary rules and obligations in a manner prohibited by the Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause. The Railroad Pension Act made workers who had been employed prior to enactment of the statute eligible for pensions despite their not having contributed to the retirement funds. In addition, the law included former employees who had been fired for cause or who had worked for only a short duration. The Court also held that forcing pensions into a single, pooled fund was unfair to larger carriers who contributed more than smaller carriers, and was not a legitimate exercise of Congressional power under the Interstate Commerce Clause. In Schechter Poultry Corp. v. US, 295 US 495 (1935), the Supreme Court found certain government-imposed regulations of the poultry industry, such as price- and wage-fixing, unconstitutional. The decision limited the government's power to act under the Interstate Commerce Clause, which it had applied to intrastate commerce, and invalidated a ... (More)
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is kwame kilpatrick case a civil law or criminal law? User: is kwame kilpatrick case a civil law or criminal law?
Weegy: Kwame Kilpatrick's case is a criminal law case source: (More)
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Emotion and passion are two powerful entities that affect the outcome of an argument. Is it possible to ensure that emotion does not influence your critical thinking? If yes, how? If no, why not?
Weegy: Aspiration, Intention Accomplishes Success is primarily determined by our aspiration in life, and the effort to make our intention come about. Intention, Will, and Accomplishment An intention is a choice we make - i.e. a decision. [ [ The power and effectiveness of our decisions depend on the intensity of the Will with which we make them, and how we stick to them once we have made the choice. The greater the Will, the more the energy is released for accomplishment. (paraphrase of MSS) Attracting What We Intend If our mind and heart is focused on accomplishing something, we tend to attract it. Life Responds to Decision, Emotion, Action Life responds most powerfully and quickly when our mental decision is endorsed by our vital emotions and by our physical actions. E.g. if I decide to initiate a new undertaking, and then sustain a deep emotion for it to come about, while taking every necessary action, life will respond overwhelmingly, quickly bring me what I was after. It can even come instantaneously, at the beginning. Two New Acquaintances Meet When Thinking of One Another When two people who have just met are thinking about one another and are separate in physical space, they tend to suddenly meet serendipitously in the same place. Intensity Attracts More of It If you feel intensely about anything, more of it will show soon after. It can come positively or negatively depending on the nature of one?s feeling. ] ] (More)
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in the ghana empire, the law stated that only____ could own large gold nuggets. A. the king B. Merchents C. Bedouins D. religous leaders
Weegy: A. the king User: What was unique about the Swahili city-state in East Africa? A. The city-state was known as the Land of the Gold, with leaders adorned in the precious metal. B. The Arab presence resulted in a new language, marriage with native Africans, and the construction of mosques in which to practice Islam. C. Large stone buildings were constructed here without the use of mortar. D. Their leader Mansa Musa made this city-state a cultural center. Weegy: B. The Arab presence resulted in a new language, marriage with native Africans, and the construction of mosques in which to practice Islam. (More)
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"Total institutions" are places that: A. house large groups of people who work at a common purpose. B. furnish barriers to social interchange with the world at large. C. are characterized by rigid rules but with no centralized authority. D. restrict contact between residents through the use of coercion and punishment.
Weegy: B. furnish barriers to social interchange with the world at large. User: __________ house the most serious, aggressive, and incorrigible offenders and are designed for secure custody and control. A. Medium-security prisons B. Maximum-security prisons C. Jails D. Open institutions Weegy: B. Maximum-security prisons (More)
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How long does the THC from weed stay in yur system?
Weegy: This is a question that has been asked for decades. Marijuana became illegal at the federal level on August 2, 1937. [ Contrary to what the general American population believes, the decision to make marijuana illegal was based on lies from corrupt legislators, racism, the protection of coporate interests, and greed. However, the question: "how long does marijuana stay in your system?" needs to be slightly modified. First, it's tetrahydrocannibinol (THC) that is stored in the body, not marijuana. THC is the primary chemical compound that gets marijuana users high and it's the metabolites of THC that are detected for marijuana use. Second, people who ask this question probably don't care about the length of time THC can "stay" in their body. They're probably more interested in the length of time THC can be detected in their body. Theoretically, THC has the potential to remain in the body for years at an undetectable level. And third, although it's understood, the word "body" should be used instead of "system". According to our research with Google Analytics, more people search with the word "system" than they do with the word "body". But whatever.. At least we have our revised question: ] (More)
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Which civilization was responsible for defeating the Mali Empire? A. Aksum B. Ghana C. Hausa D. Songhai
Weegy: civilization was responsible for defeating the Mali Empire C. Hausa . User: Which kingdom rose to power in modern day Ethiopia after defeating the Kush civilizations? A. Aksum B. Kilwa C. Mutapa D. Zagwe Weegy: D. Zagwe User: Which region is located in northern Africa and consists of a hot, dry desert? A. Sahel B. Sahara C. Madagascar D. rainforest Weegy: B. Sahara dest is located in Africa and is a hot dry desert (More)
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