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    Heaven's Delight - Vanilla

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    Heaven's Delight - Vanilla Commercial vanilla is the fruit (capsule) obtained from several different species of Orchidaceae, namely, Vanilla pompona Schiede (West Indian vanilla), Vanilla tahitiensis J. M. Moore (Tahiti vanilla) and Vanilla planifolia Jackson (Mexican vanilla). The most important is Vanilla planifolia Jackson, from which almost all vanilla fruits come from (Ferrão, 1993). The genus Vanilla has about 100 species, and the Orchidaceae family is one of the largest in the Plant

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    Earthly Delights

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    chronological ordering of the events that happened in the Bible. But The Garden of Earthly Delights doesn’t show anything sign of this style of ordering. Each panel stood as its own picture that doesn’t follow a sequences of any sort (Garden of Earthly Delights Wikipedia). The Garden of Earthly Delights is an artwork that served as a warning about mankind submitting to temptation (Garden of Earthly Delights). In the Bible, the creation of Adam and Eve marked the beginning of mankind- also the start

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    The Garden of Earthly Delights is the modern title given to a triptych painted by the Early Netherlandish master Hieronymus Bosch. It has been housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid since 1939. Dating from between 1490 and 1510, when Bosch was between about 40 and 60 years old, it is his best-known and most ambitious complete work. It reveals the artist at the height of his powers; in no other painting does he achieve such complexity of meaning or such vivid imagery. The left panel (220 × 97.5

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    Sin and folly are two concepts that play a major role in the artwork of Hieronymus Bosch. Two of his most famous works The Garden of Earthly Delights and The Haywain Triptych both deal with sin and The Last Judgment is no exception. The significance of his use of sin and folly can be fully appreciated by examining and analyzing The Last Judgment. A very common theme in medieval and renaissance religious artwork, The Last Judgment “marks the final act of the long, turbulent history of mankind which

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    fascinating is the triptych now known as The Garden of Earthly Delights. The painting is interesting not only because its subject is so bizarre, but also because it is so familiar: Biblical themes expressed in a completely original way without much of the familiar iconography of his time. (Belting: p.7) Although the triptych is the standard format used for Christian altarpieces, most art historians agree that The Garden of Earthly Delights – whose original title is lost to time – was almost definitely

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    Isaiah 62

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    the Lord will bestow. You will be a crown of splendor in the Lord’s hand, a royal diadem in the hand of your God. No longer will they call you Deserted, or name your lane Desolate. But you will be called Hephzibah ( my delight in her),and your land Beulah; for the Lord will take delight in you, and your land will be married. As a young man marries a maiden, so will your sons marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will your God rejoice over you. I have posted watchmen on your walls, O

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    History Of Rap

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    recording of rap was made in 1979 and the genre began to take notice in the U.S. in the mid-1980s. Though the name rap is often used back and forth with hip hop. The name hip-hop comes from one of the earliest phrases used in rap on the song “Rapper’s Delight” by Sugarhill Gang. “I said a hip hop, hippie to the hippie, the hip, hip a hop, and you don't stop, a rock it to the bang bang boogie, say, up jump the boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat.”. In addition to rap music, the hip-hop subculture

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    an exciting season. Sound the flute Now it’s mute Birds delight Day and Night Nightingale In the dale Lark in Sky Merrily Merrily Merrily to welcome in the year (1-9) One can see that the flute represents music, and music is being played to spread the word that springtime has arrived and is a happy event. The arrival of the birds summons the exciting new season. The celebration continues through the night: "Birds delight/ Day and Night" (3-4). "Soun...

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    hat with the big pink rose on the floppy brim and waited.” (pp. 47-8) Two impatient brides-to-be, puttin’ on the blue dress – but what different wedding nights and marriages await them. From the moment Janie and Tea Cake meet in Chapter 10, they delight in each other’s company and conversation. By Chapter 12, Janie joyfully acknowledges him as her partner and her teacher. His “lessons” consist not of imparting new information, but of reinstructing Janie “all over again” in something that she formerly

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    have found it and are holding fast. We are all initially searching for romantic love that will hold fast through a lifetime. Romantic love is defined as love that is unrealistic, fanciful, passionate and fabulous. In "Beginning of the Songs of Delight", Papyrus Harris 500 demonstrates fanciful love through "…apportioned to you is my heart,/ I do for you what it desires,/ when I am in your arms" (lines 1-3). In Shakespeare's "Othello", the Moor and Desdemona declare their love for one another, at

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