Results for: Intolerance

What is intolerance?

The definition of intolerance according to the Webster's dictionary: 1 lack of tolerance of other people's opinions, beliefs, etc. 2 an allergy or sensitivity to some food, me (MORE)

What were the Intolerable Acts?

In 1774, Parliament passed a group of laws to punish the Massachusetts colony. The laws were so harsh that the colonists called then the Intolerable Acts or the Coercive Acts. (MORE)

Why were the intolerable acts intolerable to the colonists?

These Acts were the harshest so far of all the Acts passed by Parliament. The closing of Boston's port alone would cost the colony (and the American colonies as a whole) a ton (MORE)

What were the intolerable acts and why were they considered intolerable?

Definition: Series of laws sponsored by British Prime Minister Lord North and enacted in 1774 in response to the Boston Tea Party. The laws were these: . Impartial Administr (MORE)

Why do you have food intolerances?

Food intolerance is caused by the body's having trouble absorbing a sugar. In simple words, it is caused by a lack of the enzymes needed to digest a specific foods. Foo (MORE)
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Why was intolerance bad?

Well, audiences then (in 1916) weren't so different from today. The current version, being shown on TCM is almost 4 hours long! I have no idea how long the original was at t (MORE)

What is lactose intolerence?

General meaning: Lactose intolerance is results of an inability to digest or to metabolize lactose . . due to missing or defective enzymes (inborn error of metabolism) (MORE)

What is religious intolerance?

Broadly speaking, religious intolerance is behaviour that is unaccepting of any religious beliefs. It includes public declarations that some other religion is false and not ac (MORE)

How were the intolerable acts intolerable?

There were laws passed that forced residents to house British soldiers in their private homes. Also, the Port of Boston was closed until the citizens paid for the 600,000 poun (MORE)