• Photographers
    mentions. Mentioned amongst the top five most important people in the photography industry in India since the last five years. Amongst the top three photographers as mentioned by Asian Photography. One of the few photographers to be a part of the first book on fine art photography in India. First Indian...
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  • Chicken
    Long, long ago in a small village in the outer country of a faraway land, a little red-tailed hawk and her mama were catching robins to make robin pies. Little Red-Tail was a small hawk with a bright red tail, just like her mama’s. Little Red-Tail’s granny wasn’t feeling well, so Mama Hawk was...
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  • Essays of Flight- Doris Lessing
    should regret it. Why do you make your girls marry? It's you who do it. What do you do it for? Why?" "'The other three have done fine. They've three fine husbands. Why not Alice?" "She's the last," he mourned. "Can't we keep her a bit longer?" "Come, now, Dad. She'll be down the road...
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  • Polyethylene Reinforced with Keratin Fibers Obtained from Chicken Feathers
    for the sulfur–sulfur bonding in the keratin. The mechanical properties of whole feathers and feather rachis (i.e., the quill or shaft of the feather) have been measured for several species of birds. Purslow and Vincent [34] measure the elastic modulus of primary feather shafts from pigeons, with...
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  • Language and Age
    hatchet”, “fine feathers make fine birds” and “ones bitten twice shy.” Words as fuddy-duddy, bashful, muckle, willy-nilly are more common for people of old generation who probably don’t familiar with meaning of lol, idk, aamof, c2 and 2mm. Another example is if we are watching old movies of 50s and...
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  • Quatation
    what we can all say but what we are unable to say.  James Michener Writing is like prostitution. First you do it for love, and then for a few close friends, and then for money. Maxims 1. "Good things come in small packages." 2. "Birds of a feather flock together...
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  • Water Pollution
    is moderately pure, and they cannot survive if their water is loaded with toxic chemicals or harmful microorganisms. If severe, water pollution can kill large numbers of fish, birds, and other animals, in some cases killing all members of a species in an affected area. Pollution makes streams, lakes...
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  • The Class Insecta
    sucking lice. These lice are parasites that live amongst the hairs and feathers of birds and mammals. They are small, wingless, and have small eyes, and either chewing or sucking mouthparts. Their legs are equipped with claws so they can cling tightly onto their "host". (They usually spend their...
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  • Environmental Imapct Assessment
     part thereof whether included in a manufactured or processed  object or otherwise dealt with unless it has lost its original identity and includes‐                     (c)   migratory wild animals and birds that temporarily make their habitation in,   overfly, Nigeria;      (d)     pass through or  (a...
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  • Prothalamion
    thereby, |   | With goodly greenish locks, all loose untyde, |   | As each had bene a Bryde; |   | And each one had a little wicker basket, |   | Made of fine twigs, entrayl`d curiously, |   25 | In which they gathered flowers to fill their flasket, |   | And with fine Fingers...
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  • Moment of Truth
    crow look “ugly” in comparison. This painting was large in size which allows you to see the many layers of the peacock’s tail feathers. This offers a great example of the delicate details that provide a realistic depiction of a peacock’s wispy tail feathers. The fine detail of the birds surrounding...
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  • My Name Is
    . “Mr. Almond?” I asked of the stout, shirt-sleeved man who answered. “That’s right, young man.” He gave me a slow, placid[12] smile. “Do you keep birds?” He drew himself up with dignity. “I do, and I’m t’president of the Darrowby and Houlton Cage Bird Society.” “Fine,” I said...
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  • Zoology Chordata Vertebrates
    Species: Ara macao Subspecies: Ara macao cyanopterus Integumentary system Scarlet macaws are brightly colored birds with feathers ranging in color bands from scarlet on their head and shoulders, to yellow on their back and mid wing feathers and blue on the wing tips and tail feathers. The...
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  • Doc Xls Ppt
    that make fine birds. 7. On tolerance. 8. Self-conceit may lead to self destruction. 9. He who eats the fruit should at least plant the seed. 10. “The best place to find a helping hand is at the end of your arm”. 11. Public office is a public trust. 12. Devolution of power in Pakistan...
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  • Essay
    research published in the journal Science reveals this depiction of these bird-mimic dinosaurs is not entirely accurate -- the ornithomimids, as they are scientifically known, should have had feathers and wings. The new study, led by paleontologists Darla Zelenitsky from the University of Calgary and...
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  • History of Pen
    flight feather of a large bird, most often a goose. Quills were used as instruments for writing with ink before the metal dip pen, the fountain pen, and eventually the ballpoint pen came into use. Quill pens were used in medieval times to write on parchment or paper. The quill eventually replaced the...
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  • The Canterbury Tales Notes
    * Somewhat deaf * Can make clothe better than famous cities in Flemish * Carries fine handkerchiefs * Handkerchiefs she carries on Sunday weigh 10+ lbs * Wearing red panty hoes, soft new shoes * Bold, handsome, red face * Had five husbands * Very...
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  • Game Birds of Nigeria
    effects of the environment or the way of life especially the diets, morphological characters or the plumage provides much better indications. Some groups are distinguished by the fine characters of their feathers e.g. humming birds and birds of paradise. The distribution of the colour area like the...
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  • American Native Art
    tries to make everyday objects attractive as well as useful. Indians also produced various forms of oral and written literature. They mostly choose to use indigenous materials for decorations and apply their uniqueness in techniques and styles in their products. Materials such as horns of animals...
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  • Essay
    universal in its several dimensions. This is a charming poem that appears to comment on Stewart’s personal experience. He is pleasantly surprised by the behavior and appearance of this remarkable bird, which makes him forget the ‘hard world’, focus on its tiny beauty and cause him to reflect on humankind...
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