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    use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.[63][64] Kerala[edit] Main article: Cuisine of Kerala Spicy fish from Kerala...

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    scientists and their contribution 1. Julian Banzon - experimented with the production of ethyl ester fuels from sugarcane and coconut and...

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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...

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  • Culture Ingested by Doreen Fernandez

    has characterized as endangered, vulnerable, rare, or insuf ciently known, from bullock heart (custard apple) to the more familiar Pharaoh’s nut...

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    Philippine mahogany (Engl.) |   | Philippine cedar (Engl.) |   | Red cedar (Engl.) |   | Hong chun (Chin.) | Botany Kalantas is a large forest...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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    during years of surplus production. Coconut The Philippines is the world's second largest producer of coconut products, after...

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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...

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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...

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    country side – skim past Chinese fishing nets, bowed down paddy fields, local inhabitants engaged in making coir products, rustic homes and swaying...

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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...

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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...

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  • FOOD TECHNOLOGY MINI PROJECT MOOD BOARD OF INDIAN CUISINE

    varying cuisines, which make extensive use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood. Kerala Kerala cuisine blends indigenous dishes...

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  • Amla

    Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica, syn. Emblica officinalis) is a deciduous tree of the Euphorbiaceae family. It is known for its edible...

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  • The Indian Cuisine

    (besan). Many Indian dishes are cooked in vegetable oil, but peanut oil is popular in northern and western India, mustard oil in eastern India, and...

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  • Shampoos

    For centuries, natural oils have been used to condition human hair. These natural products are still used today, including essential oils such astea...

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    Jose Garcia Villa Anchored Angel And,lay,he,down,the,golden,father, (Genesis’,fist,all,gentle,now). between,the,Wall,of,China,and,...

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  • Hinglish

    than heredity that determines their linguistic performance. For instance, a child of Hindi-speaking parents brought up by a Tamil-speaking...

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