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The Cucumber Vegetable - The Cucumber Vegetable This paper will focus on cucumbers. It will discuss their relationship to other plants, the region of its origin and the plant part used by humans. The way cucumbers are harvested and the value of the harvest will also be touched on. Diseases and insects that threaten cucumbers will briefly be discussed. From the times of the bible through Henry VIII reign and into the modern era, cucumbers have survived through the ages. Cucumbers have many uses such as providing food, lotion, perfume, and can be made into an emetic, to name a few....   [tags: Papers] 980 words
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Cucumber Recipes Useful for Skin - ... Apply this lotion on the face and leave it for 15 to 20 minutes. This will help to keep your skin soft and glowing. This lotion also has a mild bleaching effect. • Cucumber to remove dark circles Take one tablespoon of cucumber juice and add one tablespoon of potato juice in it. Apply this mixture mildly to the skin around your eyes, taking care not to pull or stretch it. Then relax for 15 minutes. This is very helpful in removing the dark circles under the eyes. • Cucumber as a toner Extract the juices from cucumber, lemon, and orange....   [tags: Heath Care] 517 words
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The Effect of Different Solutions on Potato and Cucumber Strips - The Effect of Different Solutions on Potato and Cucumber Strips Plan ---- Introduction Plants in the soil have their roots in a dilute solution of various mineral ions. Sometimes, the soil they are planted in gets flooded with sea water (which has an average of 0.3 sodium chloride concentration). In these cases the roots are observed to wilt and become flaccid. In my experiment, I will simulate this situation using potato and cucumber strips, placing them in different solutions (sodium chloride, glucose and sucrose) at different molar concentrations....   [tags: Papers] 1782 words
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Allelopathy Between Cucumber Seeds and Eucalyptus Oil - Allelopathy Between Cucumber Seeds and Eucalyptus Oil Allelopathy is an interaction between plants. It produces toxins which attack target plants, thereby inhibiting their growth and germination. The example of this which I am investigating is that between cucumber seeds and eucalyptus oil. A suitable method for investigating the above is described in the literature. I am going to prepare a Petri dish with a cotton wool pad soaked in water. I will thoroughly wet the cotton wool pad and then turn the Petri dish upside down so that any excess water drips off....   [tags: Papers] 587 words
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The Harvesting of Sea Cucumbers in the Galapagos Islands - The Harvesting of Sea Cucumbers in the Galapagos Islands Sea cucumbers in the Galapagos are being fished out illegally in spite of a four-year ban that is unsuccessfully enforced by the Ecuadorian government. Most sea cucumbers are dried and exported to Taiwan and Hong Kong. The waters off of mainland Ecuador have already been stripped of commercially valuable sea cucumbers. The controversy in the Galapagos involves the inability to sustain sea cucumber harvesting, and that the removal of millions of sea cucumbers will have detrimental effects on the food chain in the waters of the Galapagos....   [tags: Papers] 1246 words
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Importance of Being Earnest: Dinner is Served - ... I ordered them specially. LANE [gravely]: There were no cucumbers in the market this morning, sir. I went down twice. ALGERNON: No cucumbers. LANE: No, sir, not even for ready money. (p.1028, Act I) Lady Bracknell’s character represents the “New Woman” and clearly Algernon has to overcome any obstacle to please her. Lane, as the servant, a lower class citizen, acknowledges the hierarchy and aids Algernon in response. Wilde also wrote the scene where Algernon eats the entire plate of cucumber sandwiches as a sign of rebellion against the supreme woman figure....   [tags: Theatre]
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How Important is Being Earnest? - ... Inside the box reads “From Little Cecily, with her fondest love to her dear Uncle Jack” (Wilde 9). Algernon is confused because Jack has said that he knows no one by the name of Cecily, which is one of the many lies told by characters displaying their morals. What are Algernon’s motives for looking through the cigarette box. They are selfish. He now has found a girl and pretends to be Ernest, Jack’s imaginary younger brother to get her. Before that we find that he also has second life taking care of his very sick friend called Bunbury which allows him to escape from things he does not want to do like eating dinner with his aunt....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest - In “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde, humor functions through the use of Characterization and the social satire of the Victorian period. Characterization is the method an author uses to reveal or describe characters and their various personalities. Satire is a literary tone used to ridicule or make fun of human vice or weakness, often with the intent of correcting, or changing, the subject of the satirical attack. These two comical devices are part of the nature of humor, which is the concept that a person’s flaws are funny....   [tags: essays research papers] 591 words
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Dialogue Essays - Freshly Cut Grass - Dialogue Essays - Freshly Cut Grass The air sings with the fragrance of freshly cut grass. As a backdrop to other things, children are at play, swinging too and fro, running and skipping; there are toddlers who toddle and mindful mothers who watch on in painful and patient distraction. The sun is everywhere: in the corners of the pavilion, bearing down on the tennis courts, caressing the flower beds, the convection of its heat pulling at the carpet-like lawns, dragging out bodily its scent....   [tags: Dialogue Essays] 1381 words
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Comparing and Constrasting Jack and Algernon - Comparing and Constrasting Jack and Algernon In this Essay I will compare and contrast the characters of Jack and Algernon. I will do this by looking at their behaviour and attitudes towards f food, marriage, women, social class, education and money. I will endeavour to show that these characters are not dissimilar as we might first be led to believe. I will use both the text as well as the modern film version to prove my ideas. Algernon Moncrief lives in an expensive flat located in Half-Moon Street....   [tags: The Importance of Being Earnest Essays] 2152 words
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Analysing the Nutritional Value of the Atkins Diet - Analysing the Nutritional Value of the Atkins Diet There are many different groups who would contribute to the creation of diet campaigns. Each with their obvious agendas in mind, the primary focus of any organization is making profit on sales. Every organization will try to do anything in their power to sell their product, whether the diet product works or not is a secondary concern. Marketing is everything in business and if a company can get a catchy jingle or a flashy advertisement then they are rewarded with sales and high revenue....   [tags: Health Nutrition Pyramid Diet] 891 words
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Victimization of Minor Characters in Laura Esquivel's Like Water for Chocolate and Shusaku Endo's Silence - In a novel, minor characters are never the focus of the plot. Minor characters are present in a novel to affect the major characters and help the character development of the major characters. Minor characters influence the major characters in many ways. One of these ways of supporting the major characters, is the victimization of the minor characters. Two excellent examples of minor characters that impact the major characters of the novels due to the minor characters being victimized is Nacha in Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel and Monica in Silence by Shusaku Endo....   [tags: essays research papers] 1166 words
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Home Remedies for Dark Underarms - ... Powder this and add yogurt to it. Mix this properly and apply on the darkening area. This is one of the by far the best home remedy for dark underarms. Home Remedies for Dark Underarms using potato juice and baking soda • Potato juice has bleaching properties that retains the fairness of the skin. • After a shower, gently massage the dark underarm with baking soda. This reduces the darkening of the armpits. Baking soda does not smell and is odorless that absorbs excess of sweat and is a natural drying agent....   [tags: Health Care] 836 words
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Home Remedies for Cholera - ... This can range from mild to severe. The common symptoms of cholera dehydration are sunken eyes, irritability, lethargy, dry mouth, extreme thirst, little or no urine output, shriveled skin, low blood pressure and irregular heartbeat. • Shock that may be hypovolemic which can be one of the serious complications of dehydration caused during cholera. In such a condition, there is low blood volume that drops the blood pressure. This reduces the amount of oxygen reaching the tissues. If this is not treated, it may prove to be fatal....   [tags: Health] 897 words
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Pneumonia - ... This causes the air sacs to become inflamed instantly and filled them with fluid. Microorganism, irritants and other unknown cases can cause pneumonia. Symptoms and signs of Pneumonia Depending on the condition, pneumonia symptoms can vary greatly with different people. In fact, it usually starts with a cough and fever which may resemble that of flu. This may cause a little confusion to know whether the conditions are severe or not. The common signs and symptoms are listed below: • Cough • Fever • Sweating • Shortness of breath • Shaking chills • Headache • Chest pain that can fluctuate with breathing • Muscle pain • Fatigue However, it is seen that in older people, pneumonia is not always marked with high fever but can be much lower than the normal temperature....   [tags: Health] 924 words
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Gulliver's Travels - Satire - Gulliver's Travels - Satire Gulliver's Travels was written during an era of change known as the Reformation Period. The way this book is written suggests some of the political themes from that time period, including the well-known satire. These themes are displayed throughout Gulliver's Travels, and even sometimes reflect upon today's society. Many things in the book Gulliver's Travels prove that it was set in the Restoration Period. Some of the ways you can tell this are: the clothing, the speech, the governments, and of course, the lack of technology....   [tags: Gulliver's Travels Essays] 703 words
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Korean Food - Korean Food Korean food is unique. It’s known for its spicy flavor and the use of other seasonings to enhance the taste. Dishes are usually flavored with a combination of soy sauce, red pepper, green onion, bean paste, garlic, ginger, sesame, mustard, vinegar, and wine. The Korean peninsula is surrounded water on three sides, but connected to the Asian mainland. This environment contributes to the uniqueness of Korean cuisine. Seafood plays a very important role as do vegetables and livestock....   [tags: Korea Culinary Culture Essays]
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Personal Narrative - Individual Beauty - Personal Narrative - Individual Beauty Sometimes, when I lie on my back in the solitude of my room and the carpet bristles my skin, the ridges in the ceiling spread like daddy-long-legs in port-o-potties. Sometimes, when I lie in bed in the hush of the night and the moon is precisely angled outside my window, the global light streaks across my pillowcase like tadpoles in silver ponds. Sometimes, when my mind wanders… I’m fearless and flawless. And sometimes, at these dreamy times, I am not an eighteen-year-old prom junkie standing in the middle of my floor, facing my mirror, and whispering to the butter-fairies in my stomach to buzz someplace else....   [tags: Personal Narrative 123 essays] 1173 words
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From the journal of Edna Krouner - From the journal of Edna Krouner On September 17th, 1908, at the brisk hour of 6:30 a.m., Miss Edna Krouner of Wakefield Rhode Island boarded a train for Poughkeepsie, New York.. About to begin her sophomore year at Vassar college, Edna flirted with two central questions: How quickly could she fall back asleep, and would anyone notice the snag she had just made in her new grey skirt. The confident thunk of heavy luggage settles Edna into the train compartment. A small, exasperated groan issues from her round mouth....   [tags: Edna Krouner Journal short story] 3121 words
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Believing in Una of Naslund's Ahab's Wife - Believing in Una of Naslund's Ahab's Wife Naslund's novel, "Ahab's Wife" was immensely more satisfying and realistic than Melville's "Moby Dick." I hope to explain why Naslund did not merely present a "feminine" version of Moby Dick, but presented similarly universal themes within more realistic and meaningful contexts. By becoming intimate with the reader, she expects more: she expects us to understand the world from a different perspective. Melville tries to be funny by making things ridiculous....   [tags: Naslund's Ahab's Wife Essays] 1076 words
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Sea-Cucumbers - Sea-Cucumbers I have always found sea-cucumbers to be strange. If you have ever been snorkeling, you may or may not have noticed these elongated vegetables on the sea floor. I suppose I shouldn’t call them vegetables though, because they are slightly more ‘cognizant’ than garden-variety greenery. Instead I have dubbed them ocean-turds, because honestly, they do look the great defecation of a marine mammoth. They are also well-shaped, perfectly cylindrical turds at that. I am rambling again. Forgive me....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing] 787 words
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The Defeat of Many by One - The Defeat of Many by One In The Moor’s Last Sigh, Salman Rushdie uses the complex and changing character of the Moor to represent a complex and changing image of India. By making the eclectic family history of the Da-Gama Zogoiby family the central theme in the first two parts of the novel, Rushdie portrays India as a culturally and religiously pluralistic society. This pluralistic society is layered by violence caused by the corruption of multiplicity by various characters and the threat of Hindu fundamentalism....   [tags: Moor Last Sigh Essays]
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Spanish Food - Spanish Food Spain, the third largest country in Europe, has a strong history and diverse culture dating back to when the Iberians first inhabited the land. The country lies between the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean and the land ranges from mountains to meadows. Over hundreds of centuries, many different civilizations have inhabited the land influencing the people there today. From the Visigoths and Celts to the Romans of the Middle Ages, Spain has received a rich history and background....   [tags: Food Culture Cultural Research Papers]
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Culture - Culture The people of Aruba come primarily from European, African, and Latin American countries and the culture of the island reflects these varied backgrounds. The language, food, religion, and celebrations on Aruba are composed of a healthy mix of these countries. Aruba is closely tied to Holland because of its long occupation and present partnership in the Netherlands kingdom. The official language is Dutch, which is seen on the street signs, official documents, and many local newspapers. However, many aspects of Aruba’s culture reveal strong influences of contributing cultures, such as the common language Papiamento....   [tags: essays papers] 846 words
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Grandfather's House - Grandfathers House His house, an edifice of dilapidated wood, reminds me of age. The white siding showed evidence of neglect. Paint chips had fallen off and collected on the window ledge and shudders, leaving small patches of wood showing. The shudders were brown and rough, like that of the bark of an old tree. Hanging askew, they gave the impression of experience. Before the front entrance stood a moss enclosed porch. The moss hung off the porch like motionless waves of the sea. Mounted in the porch stood a cast iron rail, while crooked, it still displayed the same strength as though it were new....   [tags: essays research papers] 925 words
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The Use of Humour in The Opposite Sex. - Discuss the use of humour in The Opposite Sex. The Opposite Sex is a small story, which although diminuitive in length, fits its' purpose well as a humourous short read. The use of language, the portrayal of certain images and the dexterous use of imagery in literary terms such as similies are all well within place in the story- all contributing to the laughable effect that it has upon its' readers. I believe that 'The Opposite Sex' is set and based on the times that the writer Laurie Lee had when he was a young boy....   [tags: English Literature] 1227 words
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Southeastern Creek Indians - Southeastern Creek Indians By the 17th century the Muscoggee members migrated from west of the Mississippi to inhabit the areas of Georgia and Alabama were English traders first encountered the Muscoggee. The English called them Creeks; it appears that they lived in by the creeks and streams of Alabama in addition to Georgia. Creek Nation was the most powerful Indian political unit in North America with the exception of the Iroquois Confederacy of upper New York. In the early 18th century the Muscoggee nation consisted an estimated ten thousand people including more than three thousand warriors....   [tags: World Cultures] 970 words
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Escaping Social Rules in The Importance of Being Earnest - The main characters do use their double lives to escape social regulation, although in differing ways and on each character different social pressures are acting. The women live alternative mental lives through fantastical journals whereas the men, due to their comparatively greater social freedom, are able to create alternative physical lives. Jack pursues a double life due to the pressures of rural, family responsibility. Algy does the same due to the authoritarian influences of his relatives and his financial troubles....   [tags: European Literature] 2214 words
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Hw Oscar Wilde Pokes Fun at the Attitudes and Etiquette of the British Aristocracy - Hw Oscar Wilde Pokes Fun at the Attitudes and Etiquette of the British Aristocracy Oscar Wilde presents a very candid impression of Victorian society and its values in The Importance of Being Earnest. The title itself represents the irony of the play. The word earnest works on two levels - first the name Ernest, which is the main focus of the play, and also it sounds like honest which is exactly what Jack and Algernon - the two main characters of the play - are not. There are four main themes which can be recognised in the play: social snobbery, money matters, appearance matters and false values and lastly, not being sincere....   [tags: Papers] 1665 words
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Eucalyptus Globulus' Effect on the Germination of Radish Seeds - The purpose of the project was to determine whether Eucalyptus globulus had an effect on the germination of radish seeds. It was hypothesized that Eucalyptus globulus would have a negative effect on the germination of the seeds and their growth. Before a seed can germinate it must first shed the seed coat, a protective outer layer that protects the seed from parasites, injury, and unfavorable temperatures. Inside the seed coat is the embryo which contains the root and first leaves of the plant, called cotyledons....   [tags: Plants]
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Gabriel Oak: An Abundance of Admirable Qualities - ... However, when he does propose to her, his reasons are questionable. He is certainly not in love because he hardly knows her and he is attracted to her outward appearance rather than her personality. He also sees the marriage as providing him with financial security. He tries to impress her by making promises of buying her a “piano” or a “cucumber frame” but Bathsheba is not interested in settling down to this kind of life. She has no intention of being subservient to a man as she says “I hate to be thought men’s property in that way”....   [tags: Literary Characters] 1510 words
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Home Remedy for Sun Allergy - ... • Solar urticaria (hives) in this condition the patients develop hives after being exposure to sun. Sun Allergy Test This may include one of the following tests that cause skin reaction on the account of being exposed to the sunrays. • Photopatch test: this type of test is done by the doctors if they suspect any kind of sun allergy • UV light testing is used to check how the skin reacts to the different wavelengths of light generated from a special type of lamp. • Skin samples and blood test is another kind of test the doctor can ask for, if the symptoms of the allergy occur....   [tags: Health] 844 words
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Epidemiological Studies - ... Exposure to consumption of cantaloupe was due to use of untreated water for surface irrigation and washing of cantaloupes, the potential for contamination of product in the field, temperature difference between the fruit and wash water in which they are immersed that could facilitate transmigration of organisms from the surface to the interior of the fruit, and processing of bruised or damaged fruits found during the environmental investigation have previously been shown to facilitate the attachment and infiltration of pathogenic bacteria, including Salmonella spp., but according to environmental investigation no association was found between S....   [tags: Health, Diseases, S.Saintapaul Infection] 2130 words
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