Buisness Law Chapter 5

Term Definition
Administrative Law The body of law created by administrative agencies in order to carry out their duties and responsibilities.
Administrative Agency A federal or state government agency established to perform a specific function.
Enabling Legislation A statute enacted by Congress that authorizes the creation of an administrative agency and specifies the name, composition, and powers of the agency being created.
Legislative Rule An administrative agency rule that carries the same weight as a congressionally enacted statue.
Interpretive Rule An administrative agency rule that explains how the agency interprets and intends to apply the statues it enforces.
Delegation Doctrine A doctrine based on the U.S Constitution, which has been construed to allow Congress to delegate some of its power to administrative agencies to make and implement laws.
Bureaucracy The organization structure, consisting of government bureaus and agencies, through which the government implements and enforces the laws.
Administrative Process The procedure used by administrative agencies in the administration of law.
Rulemaking The actions of administrative agencies when formally adopting new regulations or amending old ones.
Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking A procedure in agency rulemaking that requires notice, opportunity for comment, and a published draft of the final rule.
Adjudication A proceeding in which an administrative law judge hears and decides issues that arise when an administrative agency charges a person or a firm with an agency violation.
Administrative Law Judge One who presides over an administrative agency hearing and has the power to administer oaths, take testimony, rule on questions of evidence, and make determinations of fact.
Initial Order An agency's decision in a matter other than a rulemaking, An administrative law judge's initial order becomes final unless it is appealed.
Final Order The final decision of an administrative agency on an issue.

Vocab 5 Stack #2622606

Question Answer
Expiate To make amends for
Anomaly A deviation from the regular
Compendium A list of collection of items
Foist To pass off as genuine or valuable
Incongruous Incompatible
Consternation Alarming dismay or concern
Coterie A small group of people who share interests and meet frequently
Innocuous Harmless
Flippancy Disrespect
Disconcert To frustrate or confuse
Preamble A preliminary statement
Vitriolic Harsh in tone
Comprise To include or consist of
Eidetic Pertaining to extraordinary detail
Plethora Over abundance

Marketing Definitio2 test number two

Term Definition
Advertising Paid form of non-personal presentation and promotion of ideas, goods, or services by an identified sponsor.
Public Relations any activity designed to create goodwill toward a business
Publicity special kind of public relations that involves placing positive information about a business, its products, or policies in the media. Good or Bad.
Product Promotion Used by businesses to convince potential customers to buy products from it instead of a competitor
Sales promotion all marketing activities, othere than personal selling, advertising, and publicity, that are used to stimulate consumer purchasing and sales effectiveness.
Premiums Low-cost items given away free to customers with a purchase
Promotional tie-ins Sales promotional arrangements between one or more retailers or manufacturers
Promotion Any form of communication used by a business to inform, persuade, or remind people about its products and improve its public image
Promotional Mix Combination of different types of promotion
Institutional promotion creates a favorable image for a business
News Release Prewritten story about a company that is sent to the media
Direct Marketing Advertising directed at a target group rather than a mass market
Incentives products earned and given through contests, or as a sweepstakes award


Question Answer
Fave Chips Hot Cheetos Limon *Spicy*
Fave Ice Cream Cookies n Creme *yummy*
Fave Food Pizza* Duhh*
Im I Into Fanshion Sometimes
Do I Like Makeup Sometimes
Do U KNow Me Ofc Y Did

TRVL110 Taxes/Fees

Question Answer
AIF: St.Johna??s, NL $35
AIF: Quebec, QC $35
AIF: Halifax, NS $28, or $15 for travel between Halifax and Sydney
AIF: Ottawa, ON $23
AIF: Edmonton, AB $30
AIF: Calgary, AB $30
AIF: Montreal, QC $25
AIF: Saint John, NB $25
AIF: Toronto, ON (YYZ) $25, but $4 for connecting passengers
AIF: Winnipeg, MB $25
AIF: Charlottetown, PE $20
AIF: Fredericton, NB $20
AIF: Saskatoon, SK $20
AIF: Regina, SK $20, but $5 for travel between Regina and Sask
AIF: Vancouver, BC $20, but $5 for travel within BC/Yukon

Íåì÷èê Ëîóêîñòû 2

Question Answer
Dazwischen Ìåæäó
Einerseits Ñ îäíîé ñòîðîíû
Ermoglicht Ñäåëàòü âîçìîæíûì
Unternehmen Ïðèäïðèíèìàòü
Lohnen sich Îïðàâäûâàòü ñåáÿ
Zwei bis drei Tage Îò 2 äî 3 äíåé
Allerdings Îäíàêî
Auf die Details eingehen Àíàëèçèðîâàòü
Sich verlassen Íà êîãî-òî ïîëàãàòüñÿ
Beispielsweise  êà÷åñòâå ïðèìåðà

4.3 Reconstruction

Question Answer
What are Carpetbaggers? a political candidate who seeks election in an area where they have no local connections
What are scalawags? a white Southerner who collaborated with northern Republicans during Reconstruction, often for personal profit. The term was used derisively by white Southern Democrats who opposed Reconstruction legislation.
What were Enforcement Acts? An act against people who are of violation and law.
Who were Redeemers? were white southern Democrats who aimed to put an end to Reconstruction and biracial governments and restore the Democratic Party to power in the South.
Ku Klux Klan White angry southerners who form secret terrorist groups to prevent African Americans from voting.
panic of 1812 severe economic depression,
Samuel J Tilden Was the 25th governor of the New York and Democratic candidate for president in 1876
Rutherford B Hayes Another candidate for president in 1876.
Compromise of 1877 was a purported informal, unwritten deal that settled the intensely disputed 1876 U.S. presidential election.
How did Reconstruction affect the lives of African Americans? Whites and blacks could live together in a non slave society.They now had the right to vote and go to school.
What groups formed a Republican alliance in the South during Reconstruction? The African Americans made up a large majority of southern republican voters during the reconstuction
How did Congress respond to violence against African Americans? They prohibited businesses that served the public from discriminating against African Americans
What historical era came to end in 1877? The Reconstruction Era.

Plot Academic Voc.

Term Definition
Plot All the events that make up a story
Exposition the beginning of a story which gives you background information about events, settings, characters etc. to the audience or readers
Rising action
Falling action
1st person point of view predict.
third person Omniscient
third person limited

Stack #2662343

Question Answer
Capitalism An economic system used by the United States in which private businesses run most industries.
Free Enterprise Businesses that are free from government regulation.
Communisim A theory that proposes that no one person can have full ownership of a property.
Social Darwinism The thought that people who make money are the fittest people and those who don't are the unfit.
Corporation A corporation is a "business" that shares stock with stockholders.
Trust A group of companies turn control of their stock over to a common board of trustees.
Monopoly Having ownership or control of a business, supply, or trade.
Vertical integration Companies that provide materials and services upon which a certain person's enterprises depend on.
Horizontal integration One company's control of other companies producing the same product.
Cornelius Vanderbilt A pioneer of the railroad industry.
George Pullman A successful railroad giant who manufactured railroad cars that made long-distance railroad travel more comfortable.
Horatio Alder Jr. The writer of many novels based around the importance of individualism.
Andrew Carnegie An industrialist man who became the leader of the steel industry.
John D. Rockefeller One founder of the standard oil company who was much like Andrew Carnegie.