What is meant by an era of benign neglect?
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The British payed little attention to the colonies and how they were doing until they started growing and becoming a major source for trade and wealth. Not until 1763 did the era end when Britain was in huge debt from the French and Indian War.
It was used during the Navigation Acts of the 1950's, which caused the acts to not be enforced.
What was the relationship between the American colonists and the English during the middle of the 18th century?
continued to drift in a period of benign neglect
A policy or attitude of ignoring a situation instead of assuming responsibility for managing or improving it. (had to look it up)
Given the histories of the colonies' founding and british benign neglect until the period just before the revolution was the American revolution inevitable?
Is this for Baqueros APUSH class
There is no such thing as a demold tumor. Perhaps what was meant is a desmoid tumor, which is, usually just a benign cyst.
i have a benign dickhole
Fibrocystic breast disease is described as common, benign (non-cancerous) changes in the tissues of the breast
The British policy of salutary neglect of the American colonies in the early eighteenth century meant?
Del Sesto's class :) right?
Benign means, harmless, like a benign tumor, or kindness, like "ah to be young and benign" or to resemble someone like "you benign god"
neutral benign neutral benign neutral benign neutral benign
benign means cancerous in most cases...ex. doctors will tell if a tumor is benign or not...if it is benign...it contains no cancer cells.....if it is not...then you get the idea..... Benign means non cancerous.
We're in the Cenozoic era. It depends on what is meant by dominated. Man could be the answer.
Uterine fibroids, or uterine leiomyoma, are benign tumors or benign neoplasms. (Neoplasm and tumor are synonymous; neoplasms can be benign or malignant. Fibroids are benign.)
What is a benign Lesion
Benign is a type of cancer. When a tumor is benign it is harmless to the host.
The tumor they removed had no cancer, it was benign. His actions were benign, he posed no threat to anyone.
How long will you neglect me? Neglect will ruin a relationship. Simple neglect killed the roses.
Luckily, the tumor was benign.
"we were so happy to find out that John's tumour was benign" Luckily, the tumor was benign.
(benign means kindly, favorable, or harmless) The new store owner was a benign old gentleman. The tax change had a benign influence on economic growth. I was glad to hear that my aunt's tumor was benign.
Dangerous is to malevolent as harmless is to benign.
he was a little benign
The lump was determined to be benign. The benign report meant the cells had overgrown but there was no cancer. My friend was offended by my benign remark about fashion mistakes.
Neglect is a noun and a verb. Noun: The parents were accused of neglect. Verb: Don't neglect your children.
He is known to be a benign supervisor.
They may be either benign or malignant
In the Victorian era Language of Flowers, pale peach roses meant modesty. Coral roses meant desire.
He knew he couldn't neglect the child. Neglect your post for personal reasons, and you're fired. Neglect was a feeling he never wanted to feel.
ignore, abuse, forget (it all depends on neglect a child, or neglect to do something)
Describe and analyze the English governments relationship with the New England and middle colonies during the course of the seventeenth century is the term benign neglect an accurate desciption of enc?
The English government could do little to stop the colonies founding in the early 17th century--benign neglect is the best description of their 'tolerance' without supporting the colonies. While they tried to coordinate the founding of colonies and to attempt to collect taxes and make other benefit from the colonists work, they were largely ignored, as most of the New England colonies after Massachusetts were formed without their blessing by dissenters of the original colonies… Read More
Benign is the opposite of malignant
I think you mean benign. Benign means innocuous
This is tricky. 'Care' has several meanings. If you mean the verb to care, then nurse, nurture and protect are all synonyms. An antonym would be neglect. If you meant, for example the noun care, as in custody of a person, then protection, supervision and tutelage are synonyms. An antonym would be the noun neglect.
Benign is always better to have if one is to chose a cancer. Benign cancers are not all that problematic because they do not have the ability to metastasize
who are the people wh might use the word benign
Tagalaog translation of BENIGN: suwabe: hindi malala
I have several harmless, or benign moles on my skin.
Benign basically means it is localised and is not a state in which it could spread.
The tumor was benign; it was not harmful for now.
Cancer by definition is malignant. A tumour can be malignant or benign.
Benign means innocent , non malignant.
There is no such thing as benign cancer.
Benign is the term meaning not cancerous. Benign
Environmentally benign is an environment that is friendly to the species that live in that environment. The benign environment is an environment that makes those that are in the environment feel good and thrive.
Yes. Unlike benign tumors in most other parts of the body, a benign tumor in the brain can be life-threatening.