• India Feasibility Study 2012
    heavily influenced by Hinduism, and revolves around a caste, or hierarchical system. There are several different languages spoken in India; although Hindi is the most spoken language, English is the most commonly used language for commercial communications. According to the CIA World Factbook, over 100...
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  • devansh
    use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.[63][64] Kerala[edit] Main article: Cuisine of Kerala Spicy fish from Kerala Kerala cuisine blends indigenous dishes with foreign ones adapted to local tastes. Coconuts grow in abundance in Kerala, so grated coconut and coconut milk are...
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  • Speech 1
    both visual and verbal idioms of the beauty of the Philippines through the tagline “Pilipinas Kay Ganda” and a colorful logo that incorporates a coconut tree, sun, and tarsier to depict the country’s unique tropical beauty and sunny dispositions. Tourism Secretary Alberto Lim cited “Pilipinas Kay Ganda”...
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  • Folklore in the Philippines
    procure for me the ring of the princess who lives in the midst of the sea.” “Oh, that’s an easy thing to do,” said the bird. So the monkey climbed the tree and set the bird free. The bird immediately flew to the island in the sea, where fortunately it found the princess refreshing herself in her garden...
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  • Patintero
    in influence. The name literally translates to "game of rings." It involves riding a horse while holding a dagger and "catching" rings hanging from a tree or some other structure using the dagger. But now, people usually play this game nowadays by riding a bicycle while holding a dagger.And the competitors...
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  • Asdfghjk
    scientists and their contribution 1. Julian Banzon - experimented with the production of ethyl ester fuels from sugarcane and coconut and invented a means of extracting residual coconut oil by a chemical process rather than a physical process. A pioneer for alternative fuels ROM the 1930's and 40's. 2...
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  • Mother
    Philippine mahogany (Engl.) |   | Philippine cedar (Engl.) |   | Red cedar (Engl.) |   | Hong chun (Chin.) | Botany Kalantas is a large forest tree. Leaves are alternate, oddly pinnate, 30-50 centimeters long or longer. Leaflets are smoothy or hairy along the nerves below, oblong or broadly lanceolate...
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  • Supply Chain of Betel Leaf
    the sylhet city. Description: The betel leaf is known as Paan in Assamese/Urdu/Hindi/Odia/Bengali, The betel leaf is cultivated in most of South and Southeast Asia. Since it is a creeper, it needs a compatible tree or a long pole for support. Paan cultivation is a special type of agriculture. High...
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  • wealth from waste
    in the stems of trees,[1] or it is defined more broadly to include the same type of tissue elsewhere such as in tree roots or in other plants such as shrubs.[citation needed] In a living tree it performs a support function, enabling woody plants to grow large or to stand up by themselves. It also mediates...
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  • Nothing
    during years of surplus production. Coconut The Philippines is the world's second largest producer of coconut products, after Indonesia. In 1989 it produced 11.8 million tons. In 1989, coconut products, coconut oil, copra (dried coconut), and desiccated coconut accounted for approximately 6.7 percent...
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  • Leadership
    -- Balimbing (Star Apple) May langit, may lupa, May tubig, walang isda. (There is a sky, there is soil, there is water, but no fish) -- Niyog (Coconut) FOKLTALE/KWENTONG BAYAN These forms of literature were mostly passed on by word of mouth by Filipino ancestors and were only written down by....
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  • English
    is a clear distinction between the dialects of the West, Central and Eastern parts of the country. Other languages spoken in the country are Fiji Hindi, Cantonese, Rotuman, Gilbertese (Rabi Island), and Tuvaluan (Kioa Island). The Fiji Islands are traditionally linked to their island neighbours Rotuma...
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  • Phil Legends
    tired and irritated, he burst out aloud, “You are not really beautiful! Your nose is flat and your ears are too wide.” He then settled down against a tree and slept. He awoke with a start later to find the woman staring down at him. He also discovered that he had been transformed into an insect. The young...
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  • Buying Preferences of Edible Oil in Ahmedabad
    Ad-agency which creates the ad to suit the need of the firm. [pic] [pic] [pic] Scenario in India TV advertising (especially in Hindi language) has made major head way in the past 10 years, especially with the advent of satellite tv. TV channels- such as Zee TV, Sony TV have fashioned...
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  • For Essay
    country side – skim past Chinese fishing nets, bowed down paddy fields, local inhabitants engaged in making coir products, rustic homes and swaying coconut palms. All meals including tea and snacks will be served on board Overnight stay in the houseboat SEASONZ INDIA HOLIDAYS ROYALE PLAZA,BRIDGE ROAD...
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  • Information about states in India
    cross the borders of their places (Seemollanghan) and collect the leaves of Apta tree (आपट्याची पाने) and exchange among their friends and relatives as gold (सोने म्हणून आपट्याची पाने देतात).[59] People worship Shami tree and its leaves (शमीची पाने) on this day. Shiv Jayanti started by Lokmanya Tilak...
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  • Mine
    ng Northern Luzon, at ang kabundukan ng Negros, Samar, Panay at Leyte. As a result of their nomadic life, they live in houses built out of grass and tree branches to easily vacate upon scarcity of surrounding food. Bilang resulta ng kanilang laog buhay, nakatira sila sa bahay na binuo sa labas ng damo...
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  • Tatag Ng Wikang Filipino Lakas Ng Pagka -Pilpino
    It is the seed of Vigna Radiata and when split, the bean is known as moong dal in India. In fact, the English word ‘mung’ has been derived from the Hindi word ‘moong’. The dal is green in color along with the husk and yellow when the husk is removed. Mung beans are small and ovoid in shape. They comprise...
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  • Project Management
    MY LIFE’S JOURNEY When I was a child I remember I was fascinated in drawing a boat sailing in an open sea while a child is seating under a coconut tree starring at that boat. The child is faceless neither the boat has its name. Maybe then at the age of 11 I was already and unknowingly on a struggle...
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  • Malayala Manoroma
    Karshakashree 4.Manorama Weekly 5.Manorama Annual 6.Vijayaveedhi 7.Vanitha 8.Vanitha Hindi 9.Kalikkudukka 10.Magic Pot 11.Balarama 12.Balarama Digest 13.Amarchitrakatha 14.Thozhilveedhi 15.Knowledge Adventure CDROM 16.Hindi Year Book 17.English Year Book 18.Tamil Year Book 19.Malayalam Year Book 20.Bengali...
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