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English Science History Health tests vocab all in one

founder of England's first American colony Sir Walter Raleigh
economic system that European nations used to enrich their treasuries mercantilism
first permanent English settlement in North America Jamestown
leader of Jamestown colony John Smith
headright land given to one who could pay his/her way to the colonies
one who worked for a set time without pay in excahnge for a free passage to America indentured servant
the Virginia assembly which was the first representative assembly in the American colonies House of Burgesses
company founded by a group of investors joint-stock
person who puts money into a project to earn a profit investor
written contract giving the right to establish a colony charter
colony ruled by the king's appointed officials royal colony
Puritan leader who became the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony John Winthrop
document that helped establish the practice of self-government Mayflower Compact
English dissenters who wanted to reform the church of England Puritans
the movement of tens of thousands of English settlers to New england during the 1630's Great Migration
Puritan dissenter who established Rhode Island Roger Williams
Puritan dissenter who was banished from Massachusetts Anne Huchinson
document that has been called the first written constitution in America Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
group of Protestant dissenters Quakers
person who disagrees with an official church dissenter
to mistreat persecute
acceptance of different opinions tolerance
group of people who belong to the same church congregation
to force someone to leave a place banish
Catholic owner of the colony of Maryland Lord Baltimore
attorney of the governor of Maryland Margaret Brent
Maryland law that forbade religious persecution Act of Toleration
French Protestants Huguenots
the founder of Georgia James Oglethorpe
colony governed by a single owner, or proprietor proprietary colony
high-ranking social group elite
variety diversity
distinct area of land region
flat land along the coast Tidewater
Dutch colony that later became New York New Netherland
governor of the Dutch colony of New Netherland Peter SStuyvesant
Quaker founder of Pennsylvania William Penn
person rewarded with a large land grant for bringing 50 settlers to New Netherland patroon
dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant, called cannabis sativa marijuana
intentionally using drugs in a way that is unhealthy or illegal drug abuse
synthetic substances related to the male sex hormones antibiotic steroid
partial or total loss of memory amnesia
When medicines are taken for long periods of time a drug ______________ may develop tolerance
All medicines are ________________ drugs
a physician must write an order for a(n) _______________________ medicine prescription
__________ medicines do not require a doctor's written order Over-the-counter (OTC)
the active chemical ingredient in marijuana THC
Ecstacy is a __________ drug synthetic
Pot and weed are street names for Marijuana
Is the feeling or well-being or elation produced from using naricotics Euphoria
Symptoms that occur when a use of a drug is reduced or stopped Withdrawal
speed up activity of the brain and spinal cord stimulants
stimulate the central nervous system amphetamines
slow down normal brain function CNS depressants
Hallucinogen abuse can cause this to occur flashback
Ecstacy, GHB, and Katamine are examples of Designer Drugs, Date-Rape Drugs
Marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco are know as Gateway Drugs because they often lead to harder drugs
Increases the body's activity (Cocaine, crack, methamphetamine, amphetamines, nicotine) Stimulant
Slow down the body (Achohol, Tranqualizers, Barbiturates, Rohypnol) Depressants
Substance that is breathed in to 'Get a high' Inhalants
Releaves pain but leaves a person less alert Narcotics
Alters your mood, sense of reality, and perceptions Hallucinogens
Used to build muscle mass Steroids
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