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  1. 1560: Geneva Bible, the first mass-produced English-language Bible, translates the Hebrew פלשת Pleshet as "Palestina" (e.g. Ex. 15:14; Isa. 14:29, 31) and "Palestina" c. 1560: Ebussuud Efendi: Ebu Suud is asked in a fatwa, "What is the meaning of the term the Holy Land, arazi-i mukaddese?" His answer is that various definitions of the term ...

  2. "And the servant took ten camels of the camels of his master, and departed; for all the goods of his master were in his hand: and he arose, and went to Mesopotamia, unto the city of Nahor." Let’s look at the map of this area on page 36 again. Abraham was a wealthy man with tons of silver and gold and flocks and servants.

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  5. Chewbacca, known affectionately to his friends as Chewie, was a Wookiee male warrior, smuggler, mechanic, pilot, and resistance fighter who fought in the Clone Wars, the Galactic Civil War, the Cold War, and the subsequent First Order-Resistance War. He hailed from the planet Kashyyyk and became a Wookiee military leader. During the Clone Wars, he was captured by Trandoshan slavers and held ...

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  7. INTRODUCTION xxxi Practice Scoring Guide for the Document-Based Question AP History LEQ Rubric Scoring Criteria Decision Rules (6 points) Reporting Category A. Thesis point for a historically To earn this point, the thesis defensible thesis/claim that must make a claim that (0—1 points) establishes a line of reasoning to responds to the ...

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