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  • Boiling and Sauce - 274 Words
    It’s not hard to make kabsa if you follow these steps. You should have all the ingredients ready. This is important because you don’t want to be surprised when you can’t find what you need. Then you can begin the process of making kabsa. First, you need to cut up the green pepper, onion, garlic, and two tomatoes. You can also cut up the chicken or the meat at this time. Then you can put the garlic, green pepper, and onion in oil and cook them until they are brown. Keep the stove on a...
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  • Boiling Water - 349 Words
    I went online and found out a lot of information about boiling water. If you cover the tin and allow the water and air to cool down, the air will cool and contract, lowering the pressure in the tin. If it lowers enough, the partial vacuum will collapse the walls of the can! The boiling point definitely reduces with air pressure. There is a famous demonstration where boiling water or coffee is drunk, the trick is it was in a vacuum chamber where it boiled at room temperature. The actual...
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  • Boiling Point Experiment - 1530 Words
    Organic Chemistry: CHP 225 Thomas Hsieh Experiment 2: Boiling Points o Date experiment was performed: September 16, 2011 o Objective: To determine the boiling point of organic compounds such as tert-butyl alcohol, sec-butyl alcohol, n-butyl alcohol, and an unknown. o Principle: Boiling point is the temperature at which gas and liquid phases coexist in equilibrium. At this temperature, the vaporization rate and the condensation rate are equal. The liquid and vapor reach a state...
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  • Boiling and Quick Sip - 318 Words
     Sarah woke up early, the sun pouring through the apartment window; she stretched lazily and placed her feet, one by one on the floor. Rising from the bed, she tiptoed through the boxes which lay everywhere and put a kettle of water onto boil. Waiting, she glanced over all her possessions, grateful she had the whole day before her. She scooped instant coffee into the cup and poured in now boiling water. Stirring the coffee, she tried to decide where to begin. She took a quick sip of coffee and...
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  • The Boiling Point Experiment - 2881 Words
    Hypothesis: I think that in this experiment the results of the boiling point of each sample is going be slighly different from what I found on Internet. aim: my aim is to look at what temperature and how long the following alcohol (methanol, I-butanol, Ethanol and Hexane) reach their boiling point and comparing the results that I found on internet and mine. Materials: Alcohol: Ethanol, I-Butanol, Ethanol and Hexane Four Test tubes (boiling tube) Test tubes holder Data logger Hot...
    2,881 Words | 21 Pages
  • The Boiling Point Experiment - 368 Words
    My results were surprising because I didn’t expect that much difference results from internet and mine. The results for Hexane for example was much quicker than I expected, I found that it boiling point was 60C but in my experiment it was 30 C it’s the double of what it should be. Most of the sample like methanol and ethanol was pretty clos to the result that I found on internet. The trial that I did was Butanol again with the hot plates and it took of course much longer to boil and it...
    368 Words | 1 Page
  • The Effect of Salt on Boiling Temperature of Water
    EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECTS:The Effect of Salt on the Boiling Temperature of Water(Initially prepared by a 4th Grade student)To quickly jump to a section below click on:INITIAL OBSERVATIONCooking instructions tell you to add salt to water before boiling it.PROJECT TITLEThe Effect of Salt on the Boiling Temperature of WaterPURPOSE OF THE PROJECTTo find out how table salt affects the boiling temperature of water.HYPOTHESISAdding table salt to boiling water will cause the water to boil at a...
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  • how sugar was made (the boiling house)
    Once the juice arrived in the boiling house, it was contained in clarifying vats and lime was added. It was then boiled in cast iron "coppers" of diminishing size. The furiously hot liquid would be skimmed and ladled into the next smaller copper until it reached just the right consistency and was diverted to a wooden trough leading to wooden flats where it was allowed to cool. The slaves who mastered the boiling stage of the refining process were some of the most highly valued workers on a...
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  • Markides Article Summary - 679 Words
    Markides Article When looking up the definition of strategy, of the many definitions one of the one’s I came upon is “a plan, method, or series of maneuvers or stratagems for obtaining a specific goal or result.” But according to Costas Markides, “though it is technically correct, it is so general that it is practically meaning less.” Markides says that all strategies “share the same principles or building blocks.” He goes further into describing what these building blocks are according to...
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  • CORRECT METHOD TO COOK INSTANT NOODLES
    CORRECT METHOD: 1. Boil the noodles in a pot of water. 2. Once the noodles are cooked, take out the noodles, and throw away the water which contains wax. 3. Boil another pot of water, add the cooked noodles into the hot boiling water and then turn off the stove. 4. Only at this stage when the stove is off, and while the water is very hot, add the flavouring powder into the water, to make noodle soup. 5. However, if you need dry noodles, remove the noodles and add the flavoring powder...
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  • How to Make Mac N Cheese
    If someone were to ask any college student or teenager what they could cook, the meal they will probably respond with is Macaroni and Cheese. During the grinding days of college life, students don’t have the time or money to cook big meals. For beginning students, cooking Macaroni and Cheese is essential because mom and dad are not there to cook for you anymore. It is a quick, cheap, and easy recipe that is delicious and every college student should know how to make. Anybody can become an expert...
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  • why does a kettle boil
    PHYS1110 Lab report: “Why does your kettle boil”. To do this investigation, I agree that I will follow all the risk control methods and conduct the experiment in a very safe condition. The aim of this investigation is to find out more about boil water by using a kettle. For example, time taken to boil different volumes of water, specific heat of water and power of kettle. Equipment: This picture shows all the equipment that I used to do the experiment including a stop watch, a...
    594 Words | 8 Pages
  • How to Make a Delicious Meal
    How to Make a Delicious Chicken Soup Do you miss your family? Do you miss your mom’s cooking? Cooking is a great way to bring back those good times. In my country is customary having soup at lunch, but there is one specific soup my mom would make when I was sick, and this would make me feel better, chicken soup. You will need the following ingredients to make this unforgettable meal: a bag of noodles, 8 chicken legs, 2 carrots, 3 potatoes, garlic, ginger, 2 onions, ¼ cup celery, 1/4 cup...
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  • Distillation and Melting Point - 329 Words
    Distillation and Melting Point Results: Based on the distillation experiment that was conducted, it was determined that the unknown sample A was in fact 1-Butanol. The experiment was conducted safely and successfully. For the Melting point experiment the unknown sample A was Benzoic Acid. When the unknown sample A, Benzoic Acid, and Acetanillide were combined the melting point varied by a few degrees and the melting range was broader. Conclusions: For the distillation part of the experiment,...
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  • Boil Some Water - Lots of It
    The title of the story is very important. It helps us to understand the story better, to guess what can be the story about. The same situation with the story “Boil some water – lots of it” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. “…a single imperative sentence, spoken by a doctor. “Boil some water — lots of it.” ” To boil… this verb has different meanings: not only to boil water, but also be angry, be frustrated, it also can be a boiling point. The next point that can be strange “boil some water – lots of...
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  • Keeping the Family Tradition Alive
    Keeping My Family Tradition Alive I started keeping my family tradition of canning alive last summer. My family has canned for years and there is nothing better than opening up something I have canned on my own and thinking of the people who shared this tradition with me. Traditions are very important to keep going in families around the world. Traditions are very broad anything from what people do on holidays to cooking. My family tradition is very important to me. I knew last year that if I...
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  • Laboratory Techniques and Measurements - 1081 Words
    Name: Kensley Shelley|Date: 9-17-12| Exp 2: Laboratory Techniques & Measurements|Lab Section: 0000| Data Tables: Step 1: Length and Measurements Object Measured|Length in cm|Length in mm| Key|5.15 cm|51.5 mm| CD|12.0 cm|120.0 mm| Fork Spoon|18.05 cm 16.30 cm|180.5 mm 163.0 mm| Step 2: Warm Temperature Measurements Hot tap water temperature 49.50_˚C Boiling water temperature __immediately:104.5; after 5 minutes: 103.0__˚C Step 3: Cold Temperature Measurements...
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  • Boiled Frog Phenomenon - 561 Words
    What is the Boiled Frog phenomenon? First of all this refers to killing a frog, if you throw a frog in a pot of boiling water the poor creature will fight and jump and claw to try and get out of the danger of dying. If with the same situation you ease the frog into warm water and turn the flame up slowly then the frog will not fight because it will not sense any immediate danger and it will ease into death (ezinearticles.com). This basically means that the frog senses no danger and is lulled...
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  • Ip Project. - 368 Words
    Science IV – Physics Comparing the Effectivity of Kool Fever to the Effectivity of a Wet Towel Submitted By: Christine Faye B. Sta. Maria IV-Abad Santos B Submitted to: Mrs. Ruby A. Pineda Submitted on: July 24, 2013 Introduction I wanted to know if all people who rely on are the Kool Fever method are really actually believing in something factual, in something that is working. Also, if they really need Kool Fever, if towel can or can be used as substitutes. As we...
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  • Laboratory Techniques and Measurements - 839 Words
    Laboratory Techniques and Measurements Choose any three objects that are shorter than the metric ruler to measure, such as a CD, Key, spoon etc. OBJECT | LENGTH (cm) | LENGHTH (mm) | ruler | 30.5 cm | 305 mm | thermometer | 15.1 cm | 151 mm | pencil | 16.7 cm | 167 mm | Warm Temperature Measurements * Fill a 100 a 100mL beaker with 50mL of hot water. Get the water as hot as possible. * Use thermometer to measure the temperature of the water in the beaker using Celsius...
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  • What Three Things Would You Have to Have When You Are in Desert?
    Nowadays, people are well equipped with many technology gadgets and items, so do I. If I was stranded on a deserted island, there would be unlimited things I would like to bring with me. However, since I can only bring three things, I would carry a knife, box of matches and a big jar. I believe those three things would help me surviving in such difficult living condition. First, a knife could be utilized in many ways. On such island, there could exist lots of wild and dangerous animals or...
    331 Words | 1 Page
  • Creative Thinking and Natural/Mental Orders
    Creative Thinking and Natural/Mental Orders Worksheet Part 1: Creative Thinking Construct as many metaphors as you can about five different things that describe any aspect of your life, such as someone you know, something you do, some place you have been, or anything else. Refer to Activity 7.1, located in Ch. 7 of Thinking, for examples on how to create metaphors. Example: Event /Person/Place: Mother Metaphor: A mountain in the mist; Strong and everlasting; A blanket of safety...
    340 Words | 2 Pages
  • How to Make Southern Style Spaghetti
    A process analysis explains in step-by-step fashion how something works or how something is done or made. In this process analysis, I will be explaining how to make my favorite dish I would like to call it, “Southern Style Spaghetti.” This is my how-to-essay. Getting Started Making Southern Style Spaghetti is just as simple as making your traditional spaghetti with a twist. First thing you need are your ingredients which are: 2lbs.spaghetti noodles 2 lbs. ground beef or...
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  • Feasibility Study - 1355 Words
    MAPÚA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Languages, Humanities, and Social Sciences FEASIBILITY STUDY (GENERAL ECONOMICS WITH TAXATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP) Baldoza, Jineia T. Castillo, Charisse Embalzado, Krish Angelo D. Somis, Kimberly Mae D. SS12/B4 Dr. Nestor M. Asuncion TABLE OF CONTENTS | 1. INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3 2.1 Type of Business Entity …………………………………………………………………… 3 2.2 Name of the Firm...
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  • Heat: Temperature and Water - 988 Words
    Heat and Energy Transfer Lab Materials needed: Part 1: bowls (not included in the lab kit; use cooking pots or plastic containers- something large enough to fit your hand) ice (not included in the lab kit) thermometers Part 2 test tubes – use three similar glasses or cups water various household materials for insulation stove or microwave to heat up water Part 1: Heat transfer and human sensation 1. Pour warm water in the bowl on the left, cold water in the bowl on the...
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  • Enzymes Lab Report - 371 Words
    Lab Report Enzymes (must be typed) Name: Amanda Gallegos Date: 2/15/15 Section: BIOL 101GL What is the Hypothesis of this experiment? (3 points) -The highest temperature will affect the reaction rate of enzymes. What is the dependent variable? (1 point) -Change of rate/product/color/absorbency. What is the independent variable? (1 pt) -The temperature. Explain in detail the procedure that you followed (including amount of substrate, enzyme etc, and the whole procedure including incubation...
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  • Should Fairchild enter the Indian market
    Decision Problem Should Fairchild enter the Indian market and if so what form of market entry to adopt? Strategic Options 1. Licensing: The aAdvantages include an accelerated path to market entry as well as lower initial investment expenses. pros oof this option are it is quick and easy to enter the market, and has a lower cost of entry. The dDisadvantages are many including involve a lowestlower expected ROI, minimum future equity opportunities as well as limited control over marketing,...
    1,778 Words | 6 Pages
  • essay - 615 Words
    Recipe for Veg Dum Biryani: This process was developed based on Ravikanth Reddy’s formula. Ingredients: Banne Nawab Veg Biryani Masala Pkt-1 no. (It comes with 2 packets, use the big one for Marination, small one goes into boiling rice) Basmati Rice- 750 gms (I use India Gate Classic Basmati Rice) Onions (big size)-5-6 nos.French beans -250 gms (cut into 1 inch pieces) Carrot - 250 gms (cut into 1 inch pieces) Green peas- 100 gmsPotatoes - 2 big (cut into 1 inch pieces) Paneer and...
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  • How to Cook a Special Dish from My Culture
    Special food from my culture is “Soto Betawi”.1 The taste of “Soto Betawi” is very delicious and many people like this food.2 “Soto Betawi” is made from meat and coconutmilk, we need some cooking spices too like pepper, kemiri, ginger, lengkuas, red onion, garlic, daun salam, daun jeruk nipis, citronella and cooking oil to fry some cooking spices.3 Now, I want to give you steps to cook it.4 First, boil water (more or less 3 liters) until boiling and go into the meat to the water that has been...
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  • Laksa: Water and Chicken - 451 Words
    Laksa is one of my favourite food. . Laksa is an Asian soup dish, popular in Singapore and Malaysia. Most authentic Asian restaurants prepare it. It's deliciously spicy and hot enough to have some bite, but won't rip your head off. To make authentic tasting laksa is very easy, takes about 20 minutes, and the outcome suprising me. You can use whatever meat or seafood you like with this dish. I usually prepare it with chicken, because it's quick, tasty and easily available.All you need are one...
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  • Cooking: Water and Chicken - 600 Words
     Cooking Cooking has been my specialty since I was a child. This is one of my strongest talents. I can cook a variety of recipes from my local Ethiopian cuisines to the modern American recipes. Some of the foods I can boast off are “injera”, a local food of Ethiopians and spicy chicken sandwich but today I want to prepare chicken breast ready to be fried or baked. This is called simmering. Simmering is cooking the chicken with chicken broth or water. This makes the chicken tender and...
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  • Resistance to Change - 2013 Words
    Resistance to Change reasons Changing an organization is often essential for a company to remain competitive. Failure to change may influence the ability of a company to survive. Yet employees do not always welcome changes in methods. According to a 2007 survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), employee resistance to change is one of the top reasons change efforts fail. In fact, reactions to organizational change may range from resistance to compliance to...
    2,013 Words | 6 Pages
  • Rizals Life - 3260 Words
    The pages below describe the stove’s basic design elements. Email our Tech Team to receive Belonio’s full monograph with figures (ca. 4mB) ---- CHAPTER II THE RICE HUSK GAS STOVE The rice husk gas stove is a recently developed device for domestic cooking utilizing rice husks as fuel. The stove was designed to burn rice husk using limited amount of air for combustion to produce a luminous blue flame, which is almost similar to that of the LPG stove. Figure 4 below shows the various major...
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  • Cooking Rice and Peas Jamaican Style
    Cooking Rice and Peas Jamaican Style Many people identify Jamaica with beautiful white sand beaches with clear blue waters. Jamaica offers more than unspoiled nature, given its motto – Out of many one people, one will find a mixture of ethnicities and more which have impacted on some of the traditional dishes we now prepare today. One such traditional dish is rice and peas, which has become famous as one of our Sunday Jamaican dishes. Rice and peas is prepared using a combination of...
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  • The Best Way to Serve Kimchi
    Choi Kyoungsook Final essay The Best Way to Serve Kimchi These days many people know kimchi is one of the healthist food in the world. We could find kimchi most of supermarkets around the world. Although people know it, still many people do not know how to serve kimchi well. So, I would like to introduce the best way to serve kimchi as Koreans do. Firstly, the typical way to serve kimchi is with steamed rice, rameyon and BBQ meats. Kimchi is the essential side dish when Korean have meal....
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  • business plan part - 828 Words
    BANANA PEEL BURGER PATTY INGREDIENTS 20 pieces of banana peel 5 pieces of banana fruit 1 small carrot 1 small garlic 1 small onion 3 tablespoon of salt 1 teaspoon of pepper 1 250g meat seasonings 2 cups of flour 3 pieces of egg 1 tablespoon of oil Malunggay leaves PATTY MIXTURE 1. Prepare all the ingredients. Boil the banana peel in water with 2 tablespoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of oil until it become soft. 2. While waiting for the peel, chop into small pieces the garlic,...
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  • Reaction to, "My Name Is Margaret"
    Reaction paper - 500 word 2/10 Brandy Stefanell Vaccaro, ENC 1102 7/10/13 Reaction to, “My name is Margaret” This story reminds me of a sad time in our history when the people of this nation thought they could own another human being. I would like to say this time has passed, but we are barely able to hang on. We may have a bi=racial president, but there is still racism among the old south. Margaret was only a child and she was being groomed to be the help. It may have been on...
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  • Kettle - 591 Words
    History Kelly Kettle The tradition of Ghillie heating up water on the shore for their client’s tea dates back to the late 1800’s in western Ireland. These handmade kettles were made mostly of tin and had very short lives. Further refined by John Ashley Hart of New Zealand who may be inspired by traditional Mongolian has design the chimney or volcano kettle. His ‘Thermette’ kettle was first manufactured in 1929 and was standard issue for New Zealand Army during World War II. The George...
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  • The Lobster by David Foster Wallace
    991036100 English 101-001 Consider the Lobster In David Foster Wallace's article Consider the Lobster he introduces the Maine Lobster Festival that happens annually. He gives information about the history and background of the lobster but also gives views on cooking the lobster. In his efforts to explain the festival to the reader, he goes on to talk about how it is wrong and explains how the lobster is similar to the human. Wallace, as the writer, is trying to inform...
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  • Physics - 1470 Words
    Physics pg194-195 2.why does barometric pressure drop when there is a storm? -Barometric pressure drops because there are powerful winds in the higher atmosphere that blows in or suck out in any direction and change at random times. 3.Our ears pop when we ride in an airplane or when we drive to the mountains,why? - Our ears pop when we ride in an airplane or when we drive to the mountains because the air high above the surface of the earth is less dense than air near the surface.As...
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  • anaerobic respiration in yeast - 650 Words
    ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION IN YEAST AIM: See the effect of temperature in anaerobic respiration of yeast by counting carbon dioxide bubbles. HYPHOTESIS: Anaerobic respiration in yeast will decrease as temperature increases. VARIABLES: Independent: Temperature Dependent: Rate of anaerobic respiration in yeast Fix: Volume of sugar solution (40ml) , Concentration of sugar solution, yeast mass (2g), volume of solution of yeast & sugar all together (20ml) MATERIALS: Delivering tube 2 test...
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  • Biology Enzyme Activity Research Paper
    Table of Contents Page: Subheading: |Two |Question One: Description on what junket contains and how it | | |works. | |Three |Question Two: Factors Tested | |Four...
    1,285 Words | 7 Pages
  • Korean Drink Sikhye - 679 Words
    Sikhye Seol, the biggest traditional Korean holiday of the year, is when family members gather and eat a traditional meal with a variety of dishes which eventually, leads to overeating. What drink is used help digest all those food, Sikhye. Sikhye is a sweet drink made of malt and rice that has been a traditional beverage throughout Korean culture. It was first introduced in a book on knowledge of living called Samunsaseol in 1740. In the 1800s the recipe was revealed in cook books named...
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  • My kitchen. - 568 Words
    As I smell the aroma of well-made food, feel a warm sensation; I realize I am in my kitchen. That is where I spend many enjoyable hours of my life. There have been countless good memories while being in my most favorite place, my kitchen. The first time I stepped into the kitchen, it gave off this special warm feeling that no other room gave to me. The wallpaper is a nice tint of white that makes the room feel very cozy. The lighting is always adequate because there are numerous lights and...
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  • INT Task 3 - 1200 Words
    Does Adding Salt to Water Make it Boil at a Higher Temperature? Project Design Plan Everyone knows that water boils at 212°F, but does adding salt to a pot of water make it boil at a higher temperature? Being a person that cooks frequently at home, I wanted to test the debated idea that adding salt to my water will make it boil faster. One of my friends says it does raise the temperature and therefore cooks it faster. My other friend says it only helps it taste better. ...
    1,200 Words | 5 Pages
  • Demostration Speech - 656 Words
    Good Afternoon Everyone, my name is __________. My demonstration Speech today will be based on creating your own air freshener. Ever walk into an environment that just doesn’t smell right? No I mean literally. The smell of a certain space can be a mood changer. According to the website housechen the first modern air fresheners were used by the Military in 1948 as a way to dispense insecticides. I am confident that all of us at some time have needed to change the smell of our environment...
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  • PhotosynthesisLabReport - 729 Words
    Lab Report: Photosynthesis Name: Purpose of this Lab What is the goal of this lab? What question are you trying to answer, or what problem are you trying to explain? To see how the plant changes the pH of the water. Hypothesis After reading the lab instructions (but before starting the lab) record your best educated guess about what will happen in the experiment. Explain what lead you to this hypothesis. The think the pH of the water will change when the plant is added....
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  • A Place Without People - 607 Words
    A Place without People A place without people can be hard to imagine and out of our imagination because it hardly exists in this world. In this world people are everywhere but it’s beyond our imagination and you can even find them in the most unexpected place for ex, Top of the mountain, in caves, digging through mines, diving through seas. But there are place without people. It can exist in our dreams or thoughts I wake up in a daze and find myself in a pitch black space. It is a few...
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  • Water and Cup - 1951 Words
    Glazed Luncheon Meat with Scrambled Eggs Ingredients: 2 pc. Eggs, beaten Salt to taste 1 tbsp. Cooking oil 2 tbsp. onion, chopped 1 pc. Tomato, diced 1 can Pure foods Luncheon Meat 215 g., sliced ¼ cup brown, sugar 1 tbsp. butter Procedure: Beat eggs and add salt. Sauté onions and tomatoes in oil. Pour scrambled eggs and cook until done. Transfer to plate. In the same pan melt butter. Dip sides of luncheon meat slices on sugar then pan fry in butter. Served...
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  • How to make Hudut (Belizean Style)
    Hudut is a main dish to the Garifuna culture, sort of like what Rice and Beans is like to the Creole Race. Despite the stew being of Garifuna origin and culture, the stew is eaten and loved by many people of different cultures throughout the world. Eating this amazing dish is simply considered Enjoyable, but the task at hand to prepare this dish is much more complex than preparing it. To prepare this delicacy there are some steps that needs to be followed, including purchasing your...
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  • Making Lasagna - 270 Words
    Lasagna is an Italian dish that is made by baking pasta with layers of sauce, cheese, meat, and fillings. It is easy to prepare and good for feeding large groups or small families. For the first step of making lasagna you will need 4lbs of fresh ground beef and a large frying pan. Empty the ground beef into a pan, and cook on medium heat (continuously stirring) for 5 minutes. Then add ½ of a teaspoon of oregano and a dash of garlic powder to the meat and lower the heat to simmer until the pasta...
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  • The Three Little Pigs”: Dealing with a Bully
    Riyahd Richardson February 10th, 2010 English 102-01 Rough Draft MWF Dr. Malkovich “The Three Little Pigs”: Dealing with a Bully Growing up I’m sure many kids believed in all fairy tales, giving them the reason to think everything in life had to be perfect, for example having the perfect boy/girlfriend and living happily ever after with him/her, or having to be rich and live in this big castle, and getting anything and everything they may want. As we all know in all fairy...
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  • Dentist - 407 Words
    A visit to the dentist It was a cloudy and cold morning when I woke up to take Roald to the dentist. I woke him about half hour after I woke up. I cooked his favourite bacon and eggs for breakfast. We had a 10:30 appointment with the dentist and it was nearly all ready ten o’clock and I thought we’d better get going. The next minute Roald was ready to go so off we went. It took us a good half hour to get all the way up the hill and to the dentists and by the time we got...
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  • School - 526 Words
    Lab Report: Photosynthesis Your Name: Purpose of this Lab What is the goal of this lab? What question are you trying to answer, or what problem are you trying to explain? | Hypothesis After reading the lab instructions - but before starting the lab - record your best “educated guess” about what will happen in the experiment. Explain what lead you to this hypothesis. | Experimental Design List the materials used in this lab, and a brief explanation of the procedures you...
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  • Larousse Gastronomique Vegetables And Salads
    AN INDISPENSABLE RESOURCE OF MORE THAN 600 CLASSIC VEGETABLE AND SALAD PREPARATIONS, ALONG WITH RECIPES FOR BASICS SUCH AS SAUCES, DRESSINGS, PASTRIES, BUTTERS, STOCKS, AND MORE. -~- LAROUSSE - RECIPE COLLECTION- VEGETABLES & SALADS With the assistance of the Gastronomic Committee President Joel Robuchon CLARKSON POTTER/PUBLISHERS NEW YORK Gastronomic Committee President Joel Robuchon Copyright © 2004 by Hamlyn, a division of Octopus Publishing Group Ltd Original French edition...
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  • Yakutsk: One of the Coldest Places on Earth with Hot Tourist Attractions
    Social Studies Magazine Article Cameron Cotter Yakutsk: What’s Hot in the Cold If you ever want to visit Yakutsk, there are some thing you will definitely need to know before going to one of the coldest places on Earth. Yukutsk is the capital city of Yakutia. The city is in located on the bank of the Lena River, which is the 10th longest river in the world. It is located 4° south of the Arctic Circle, which makes it one of the coldest places on Earth. The average temperature in the...
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  • Sample of Descriptive - 1229 Words
    1. Descriptive Daxter is my cute pet. He is a good dog. Daxter is a smart dog even though he has no talent. He loves to run and play a tennis ball. Sometimes he is noisy but definitely he is a silent dog. Daxter have a big eye, great hearing, cute face, sharp smell and a curly hair. And he is my favorite dog. 2. Narrative Learning a second language is definitely a hard thing to do. It had me stumped for the longest time because I could never remember any of the rules or structures....
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  • BANANA MANGO JAM - 218 Words
    BANANA MANGO JAM 3 cups finely chopped pitted peeled mangoes (about 4 medium be sure they are NOT bruised) 2 cups crushed ripe bananas (not brown) 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/2 vanilla bean, split in half Lengthwise 1 (1 3/4 ounce) package fruit pectin 1/2 teaspoon butter 5 1/2 cups sugar 1 tablespoon banana liqueur (optional) Directions: 1. 1 Crush bananas with lemon juice to prevent browning. Set aside. 2. 2 Meanwhile prepare boiling water canner. Heat 7-10 (8 oz) half pint glass...
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  • biology lab report - 392 Words
    Objective: To find out the food substance in food sample X,Y and Z. Biological Principle: Test for lipids using the grease spot test Test for glucose using Clinistix paper Test for reducing sugars using Benedict’s test Test for starch using the iodine test Test for proteins using Albustix paper Test for vitamin C using DCPIP solution A control using distilled water instead of the sample should be included. Independent: different types of food samples Dependent: different types of...
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  • Pad Thai Recipe - 371 Words
    This copy is for your personal, noncommercial use only. You can order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers here or use the "Reprints" tool that appears next to any article. Visit www.nytreprints.com for samples and additional information. Order a reprint of this article now. April 22, 2010 RECIPE Pad Thai Time: 25 minutes 4 ounces fettuccine-width rice stick noodles 1/4 cup peanut oil 1/4 cup tamarind paste 1/4 cup fish sauce (nam pla) 1/3...
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