• The Pacific Legend-Maui
    reminiscence and encourage in very ways for the later generation. Also help us understand people who lived long ago. References: 1. W. D. Westervelt (2009) “Legends of Maui”, a Demi-God of Polynesia. Preface.2.9-11 2. Lyons, Barbara.(1969) “Maui :mischievous hero”. The Giant EEL.25.summary. 3. Dean, n.d. Web. "Legends of Maui." Review. Web log post. Legends of Maui. ....
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  • The Feasibility of Coleus Blumei Cv. as a Colorant in the Production of Permanent Ink Using Banana Sap as Ink Vehicle
    . CHAPTER V SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS This investigatory project is a study on the feasibility of using Coleus blumei cv. as a colorant for the production of permanent ink using banana sap as ink vehicle. Permanent inks were produced with five different measurements of banana sap nut...
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  • Plans for Business
    I. Executive Summary A. Mission Sweet Avenue aims to offer high quality and wholesome baked goodies and pastries at an affordable price. The establishment will strive for excellence and shall be one of the best pastry shops in the metro. The establishment shall pursue on having a reputable...
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  • term paper
    . Table 3.5 Reasons of patronizing Mang Inasal: Legend: Highly Satisfied (3.25-4.00), Satisfied (2.50-3.24), Dissatisfied (1.75-2.49), Highly Dissatisfied (1.00-1.74) Table shows the summary of findings of why do customers patronized Mang Inasal with the totel...
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  • Jotil
    a) Executive Summary: Executive Summary Ever Green Flavor Tea formally founded by 2007. The product of the company is “Flavor tea” which is for the very first time in Bangladesh. The anticipated demand is very healthy as people find something new in their daily drink. Our company was established...
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  • The Effect of Kakawate Leaves(Gliricidia Sepium), Pyhood Leaves(Albizia Procera) and Tiessa Fruits(Pouteria Campechiana) as Ripening Inducers to Banana(Musa Paradisiaca L.)”
    .2m 2m Legend: A - Calcium Carbide B - Tiessa Fruits C - Kakawate leaves D - Pyhood leaves Management practices Procurement of banana fruits Marketable banana fruits of the...
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  • Myths and Legends
    culture. II. Summary * Legend * Legend of Makahiya They were a rich couple named Mang Dondong and Aling Iska who had a twelve-year-old daughter named Maria. Being dutiful, obedient and kind, Maria was loved by everyone. But shyness was one of her distinct feature, due to which she...
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  • The Existence of Supernatural Creatures: Fact or Fiction
    populated, foliage-overgrown areas, with legends variously identifying their abode as being beneath bridges, in Bamboo or Banana groves, and atop Kalumpang (Sterculia foetida) or Balite (Ficus indica) trees. Taming a Tikbalang By one account a tikbalang has a mane of sharp spines, with the three...
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  • Philippine Fruits Export Study
    prove their hypothesis that in the year 2009, it was better and therefore, had more exportation of fruits compared to year 2008. Summary of Data Gathering Methodology Fruits | 2008 | 2009 | Difference | Avocado | 6 | 1 | 5 | Banana | 2,192,553 | 1,664,055 | 528498 | Calamansi | 20 | 34...
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  • Juhayna Marketing Analysis
    MBA Program – 2011 Marketing Management Project Presented to: Dr. Ingy Fikry Presented by: * Ahmed Hussein * Amr ElBarkouky * Ibrahim ElEtr * Mohamed ElKhashab * Mohamed Emad Outlines 1- Executive summary ……………………………………………………… 3 2- Description of...
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  • Cultural Anthropology
    foragers who use spears to kill wild livestock such as pigs, deer, chimpanzees and they cultivate manioc and bananas. In this society women and men are of equal value and depend on each other. They cannot on living without each other’s presence because each has their own duties to fulfill in the tribe...
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  • The Garifuna, Punta and Punta Rock
    known as Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize, and Guatemala (Rust, 2001). According to local legend, the Garifuna hid cassava, a plant that makes up a fundamental part of their diet, inside their clothes, where it was able to survive the passage to Roatán. Watered by the sweat of the tightly packed...
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  • Physics2 Student Workbook
    -1 Physics Labs with Computers, Vol. 2 DataStudio Quick Reference Experiment Setup Window Student Workbook 012-07001A To ‘Calculator’ window To ‘Curve Fit’ window Sensor icon Sensors list To ‘Sampling Options’ window Graph Display Graph Toolbar Legend A-2 ©1999 PASCO...
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  • Vietnam Cuisine
    Vietnamese Cuisine ORIGIN OF CUISINE When the name ‘Vietnam’ is heard, there is still a large segment of the population that immediately thinks of the war. But Vietnam is so much more than that bleak point in time. There is a history rich in legend, tradition, determination, and adaptation...
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  • Gap Inc
    these in (and may have over-reacted). Our target is 13.3X $1.80 in EPS potential looking out two years. Sources: Yahoo finance Investment Summary · Robust Brand Portfolio Covering Wide Spectrum of Consumers -- GPS flagship brands include its namesake brand, The Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic...
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  • Maths Lesson Plan
    . | Which fruit had the most votes? | | 4. | Which fruit had the least votes? | | 6. | How many students voted for bananas? | | 7. | How many students voted for grapes? | | 8. | Which two fruits had the same number of votes? | | 9. | List the categories in the graph from least to greatest...
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  • Caribbean
    the countries are classified with a “medium human development” or between 0.79 and 0.50 in a scale where 1.00 is the maximum. This is an achievement because in the past most of them where in the “low human development” ranking. The Human Development Index (HDI) is composed, in summary, of three...
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  • Vietnam Exploring
    attracting the tourists with its ancient civilization, distinct culture, beautiful landscapes and rich of local specialties. Exploring ancient and legendary land. Vietnam, with its a mystery legend and ancient history, has enchanted generations of tourists and researchers. For long...
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  • All Stories Are Anansi's
    Southwest to study the oral literature and culture of the Hopi Indians. His collection of folk tales, People of the Short Blue Corn: Tales and Legends of the Hopi Indians, was issued in 1970 and was quickly recognized as an indispensable work in the study of oral literature. From 1942-43, during World...
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  • Introduction on Rp's
    , how about this 2012? If these snippets number enhance, propensity will be, kid smokers, drug addicts, health problems, summary execution of street children, child prostitution, sexual exploitation and HIV’s STD’s victims. As a matter of fact, 18% of the street children contract sexually...
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