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    years in what seems only a few days. Japan’s popular version of this story is Urashima Taro. In addition to the common motif, the personality of the main characters, Rip van Winkle and Urashima Taro, and plot structures are similar as well. The main characters, Rip van Winkle and Urashima Taro, in both stories are very similar. Both are simple men. One example of this is how they spend their time. For example, Urashima Taro likes to spend his days fishing, but does not really care if he catches anything

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    Essay About Tannia

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    Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana and Togo. Ethiopia with its diverse agro-ecologies and suitable environments, allows the growth of numerous root and tuber crops; mostly in the South and Western parts of the country by smallholder farmers (Asfaw, 2005). Both taro and tannia are grown mostly throughout the hot and humid areas of southwestern Ethiopia. In the area there is a large genetic pool of tannia in farmers’ field and homesteads (Amsalu and Tesfaye, 2006), and more than 80 accessions of tannia were collected

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    Manually turning on the television, he then proceeds to plop onto their ratty excuse of a sofa—he reminds himself to subtly mention how there was going to be a furniture sale this coming weekend—and watches as the colour box plays a short clip of two dancing boys. They dance well, he notes, better than he will ever be, and realises this must be that new group from SM Entertainment that was going to debut. Exo, the foreign words flash across the screen. It sounds familiar but for the life of him,

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    Taro (Colocasia esculenta)

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    Taro (Colocasia esculenta) Breakthrough improvements in the major grain crops have increased world food production dramatically during the last twenty seven years. The advancements in grain production, however, have not brought significant benefits to areas where root crops are the major staples. Therefore, more emphasis should be directed toward such root crops as taro, which is a staple food in many developing nations of Asia, Africa, and the Pacific. Taro (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott)

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    Food and Agriculture: Root Crops

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    organs develop wholly or partly from underground stems (Okigbo 1989). Root crops and tuber crops are important in Sub Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Some of the major root tubers crops grown are cassava, yams, sweet potatoes and taro (dasheen). Flour made from the root crops can be partially substituted for wheat flour in the production of bread, cakes and pastries (Arenillo et al, 2012; Mongi et al, 2011; Okorie and Onyeneke, 2012;Rangel et al, 2011; Njintang et al 2008).

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    Yang Zhang LT 373 05/17/2014 Japanese Mythology In different Japanese art works, like comics, literature, anime and painting, it is very easy to find Japanese mythological stories. In Kybioshi there are many characters were from Japanese mythological stories, such as the King Enma and Kappa in Santō Kyōden’s Fuanbai sokuseki ryōri, and the Momotaro in Peach boy what happened next. There are also some Kybioshi story depends on the different countries mythology rewrite by Japanese authors, like the

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