unity – a sculpture that makes sense
Franz Liszt (1811-1886) – Romantic composer and pianist who was a popular performer.
He was a famous architect, astronomer and physician. (First recorded genius) – Imhotep
Treaty of Paris – The Treaty that was signed in Paris in 1763 after the French Indian War. It marked the beginning of British Dominance in the Americas.
Dr. Needhams study consequently resulted in 17 substantial published works written by Joseph Needham and his collaborators. His dedicated work made him – "undoubtedly the greatest Western Sinologist of this century, and is probably the British historian best-known on a world scale."
Gregorian Chant – Introit
Monophonically- some notes, same pitch
Humanity and technology are inseparable because – The use of technology is an integral part of our human society. Technology has transformed our way of life and thinking. As our lifestyle and values changed, our selection of technology also changed.
Catchement – the area drained by a river and its tributaries an alternative term for river basin or drainage pipe.
Humanities – The study of man.
The notes that you take when preparing to write a paper are called:  
Taboo – excluded or forbidden from use or mention
Objective – deals with facts, attempts to understand the physical world, able to measure data (concrete and universal)
collection of facts, data, formulas; detached from emotions
Hubris – Excessive pride that adversely influences the protagonist's judgement.
phrygian mode – Medieval mode (scale) beginning on E with half steps between 1-2 & 5-6.
caravaggio – the conversion of st paul, the calling of st. matthew, known for "spotlight"
Shilling – an English coin worth one twentieth of a pound
Poussin – The shepherds of arcadia
The nоtes thаt yоu tаke when prepаring tо write a paper are called:  
Assassination – Immediate cause. When Franz Ferdinand was shot but a Serb
ameliorate (v.) – to make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory
Socrates – – Plato's teacher
– declared that the gods had named him the wisest of all humanity, because he was the only one who knew how little he knew.
– he was later condemned to death by drinking poison hemlock by fellow Athenians for his alleged atheism.
Nationalism – when one country thinks it is better than others
Atomic bombings – Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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