What does consilience mean?

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agreement between the approaches to a topic of different academic subjects, especially science and the humanities.

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Read the excerpt from The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone by James Cross Giblin.A few genuine advances in understanding the hieroglyphs were made during the 1700s. The French scholar C. J. de Guignes observed that groups of hieroglyphs in Egyptian texts were often enclosed by an oval outline, which he called a cartouche. "Cartouche" is a French word that originally meant a cartridge, and the line around the hieroglyphs had a similar shape. De Guignes guessed rightly that the cartouches in hieroglyphic inscriptions were intended to draw attention to important names, probably the names of Egyptian rulers.

Based on this excerpt, what is the author’s view of the progress made in the 1700s?

A. A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs.
B.Scholars had some success understanding the meanings of the hieroglyphs.
C.By the 1700s, scholars had given up trying to figure out the hieroglyphs.
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B). Scholars had some success in understanding the meanings of the hieroglyphs.

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The author contemplates that 'the scholars have attained certain success in understanding the meaning of hieroglyphs.' This viewpoint is reflected when the author uses descriptions like 'De Guignes guessed rightly' regarding 'Cartouche' discovered by the French scholar, C.J. de Guignes. This approval of Guignes' by the author substantiates that he considers that scholars have achieved some level of victory in the development of heirogylphics. Thus, option B is the correct answer.

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A:  A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs

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if its not B it might be A not for everyone though i actually learned in different programs the answer is in different letters. on Edge i got A: A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs. correct

What is the best summary of the final paragraph of the crisis number four

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Paine informs General Howe that the colonists will continue to fight for independence.

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Thomas Paine's "Crisis" is a pamphlet that is more like a bit of advice from the author to America on how to fare well in wars and also the need to be independent of British rule. This pamphlet acts as a huge wake-up call and even the driving force for the already existing want of the Americans in going forward with their fight to get their freedom.

In the final paragraph of "Crisis No. IV", Paine addressed General Howe and the need to take the fight forward and not lag behind. He states "We know the cause which we are engaged in, and though a passionate fondness for it may make us grieve at every injury which threatens it, yet, when the moment of concern is over, the determination to duty returns", making sure to bring the fervor of the colonists in their zeal to keep fighting until freedom is attained.

Thus, the correct answer is the second option.

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Paine informs General Howe that the colonists will continue to fight for independence.

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In Indian culture, women were expected to _____, but Colonial women were not expected to do the same thing. write poetry
memorize stories
care for children
prepare meals

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The answer is B. Memorize stories.

Can we say "three-year" instead of saying "three years"?

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yeah, in-text...

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The phrase #1 is grammatically incorrrect because when you use the word "old" to refer to the age of a person or thing, it's a postpositive adjective. ... When you combine the words in the phrase "three years old" by hyphenating them to make it an adjective or a noun, you must use the singular noun (year).

Are you superstitious? Do you tremble when a black cat crosses your path or think that walking under a ladder is dangerous? Will a broken mirror result in seven years of bad luck? If you are superstitious, what is one superstition you hold? What do you do to calm that superstition? What evidence do you have to support your belief? (Have you actually witnessed it to be true?) Write about what superstition means to you.

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No, i am not believe in superstition

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but some people who can believe in superstition... because he/she's can't be educated.... they can believe in their society people

Macbeth's emotional state changes over the course of the text. Drag the following quotes into thecorrect order to show the evolution of Macbeth's character across Acts I-III.
"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me,/ Without my stir."
"Methought I heard a voice cry 'Sleep no more! / Macbeth does murder sleep"
"O, full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife! / Thou know'st that Banquo, and his Fleance, lives."
"Avaunt! and quit my sight! let the earth hide thee! / Thy bones are marrowless, thy blood is
= cold;"

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"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me,/ Without my stir."- Act I scene iii

"Methought I heard a voice cry 'Sleep no more! / Macbeth does murder sleep"- Act II scene ii

"O, full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife! / Thou know'st that Banquo, and his Fleance, lives."- Act III scene ii

"Avaunt! and quit my sight! let the earth hide thee! / Thy bones are marrowless, thy blood is cold;"- Act III scene iv

Explanation:

William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" revolves around the character of a Scottish general Macbeth and his desire to be king. Through the prophecy of witches and his manipulative wife, Macbeth began a life of one goal- to be king no matter what, which also led to his downfall.

The emotional state of Macbeth began to change as the scenes go along. The quotes given in the question are arranged in the correct order according to his character's evolution from Act I through III.

"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me,/ Without my stir."- Act I scene iii.

In this scene, he thought nothing much of being king. He admits he’ll just let fate do its work if he’s meant to be king.

"Methought I heard a voice cry 'Sleep no more! / Macbeth does murder sleep"- Act II scene ii.

After he had just “done the deed” which is murdering Duncan, Macbeth began ‘hearing’ things.  

"O, full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife! / Thou know'st that Banquo, and his Fleance, lives."- Act III scene ii.

In this scene, he is not happy with just the throne. He wanted to remove all obstacles, meaning Banquo and his son as the witches had prophesied that the son of Banquo will end Macbeth’s rule.

"Avaunt! and quit my sight! let the earth hide thee! / Thy bones are marrowless, thy blood is cold;"- Act III scene iv.

In this scene, Macbeth is seen ordering the ghost of Banquo to be gone. This scene led him to wonder why the dead man can appear in front of him and also reminds him of the guilt.