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  • Still I Rise By Maya Angelou: The Importance Of Literature

    Billy Weaver, who is looking for a nice place to to stay with bed and breakfast and, with good price. He finds a good place to stay but the landlady seems to be a little creepy. First of all, Literature helps educate because it teaches the reader to be careful of who to trust. “He caught a whiff of a peculiar smell… directly from her person… Pickled walnuts? New leather? Or was it the corridors of a hospital?” Billy trusted the landlady but she gives a suspicious smell, indicating that she might not be the right person the trust.Next, literature helps educate because it teaches the reader to be more aware of surroundings. For example, when Billy,”The tea tasted faintly of bitter almonds, and he didn 't much care for it.” Billy not careful of what he was drinking because the taste of bitter almond is suppose to mean that Cyanide put into the tea.Literature helps educate because it teaches the reader to know that things are not always as it seems. When ,“... She gave him a warm welcoming smile.” It gives the landlady an illusion that she is very kind when talking to billy but then, living, at the end she is more crazy than actually being really nice. In conclusion, literature can educate the reader by teaching them goods lessons which is to be careful who you trust, to be more aware of surroundings, and that things are not always what they seem to be as proven from this story, “The Landlady”. The story, Long Walk to Forever is valuable because it entertains. First,…

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  • Beehive Research Paper

    California grows 80 percent of the world’s total amount of almonds. The almonds not only require a vast supplement of water, even through the treacherous droughts in the state of California, they require the work of honeybees to pollinate each almond tree. That means about two beehives for every ache of almond trees and at least 1.7 million beehives total, or 85 percent of all the available commercial beehives in the United States, according to Gene Brandi, a California beekeeper and vice…

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  • Honey Bee Pollination

    but the burden falls on the farmers and as they pay more for pollination services. In response, farmers must increase the prices of their yields in order to recuperate costs. Ultimately, depending on the necessity of the crop, consumer consumption will decrease. Within crop industries that rely on the honey bee for pollination, the rarity of the crop as well as the high costs could lead to diminished product sale. Almond farmers hire nearly 45% of the pollination services offered, and the…

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  • Why Do Bees Cause Colony Collapse Disease?

    Bees are beautiful insects that do great service for our environment. They help pollinate flowers and plants to create an area full of rich biodiversity. The world depends on them so much because they are responsible for one-third of all fruit and vegetable production. But what would happen to the world’s food production if they all just disappeared? Colony collapse disorder or (CCD) is the case that occurs when the majority of worker bees in a colony disappear and leave behind the queen.…

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  • Hershey's Chocolate With Almonds

    Chocolate is one of the most beloved flavors and ingredients in the world and even the most popular in continents of Europe and North America. One popular brand; The Hershey Company, specializes in chocolate-related confections. One popular product is Hershey’s Milk Chocolate With Almonds. High quality and consistency in the product takes a long journey but ensured in every single chocolate bar. The process that is taken to manufacture each ingredient and form them into chocolate ties strongly…

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  • The Almond Tree Analysis

    In The Almond Tree by Michelle Corasanti, one main symbol is present throughout the book. This main symbol is the almond tree. The almond tree transitions from different representation as the characters and ideas evolve. A Palestinian family, known as Ichamd and his family, experienced the presence of the tree throughout their hardships. Within the book, the almond tree is a recurring symbol that represents hope, survival, and shelter. Foremost, the almond tree represents itself as hope. During…

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  • Oral Microbiome Essay

    has decreased the amount of S. mutans present as well (Olliver, Spelmink, Hiew, Maeyer-Hoffert, Henriques-Normark, & Bergman, 2013). With almond milk having 45% of your daily calcium and 25 % of your daily Vitamin D, we concluded that almond milk will produce the same, if not better result as dairy milk would. As well, directly on the Almond Milk packaging it says that there is 50% more calcium than dairy milk. From this data we wondered, will almond milk decreases the amount of bacteria in…

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  • Sweet Almond Essay

    Excerpts Badam rogan is oil extracted from almonds. The common type used world over is sweet almond oil. Almond oil is rich with fatty acids and vitamins. It enriches and rejuvenates skin and hair. Filled with omega -6 fatty acids it has beneficial effects on cardiovascular system. Overview Badam rogan commonly known as almond oil is extracted from almonds. Sweet almond oil is the widely used variety, both externally and internally. Badam rogan is popular for its beneficial effects on skin…

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  • Almond Blossoms Analysis

    Almond Blossoms is from a group of several paintings made in 1888 and 1890. But this portrait is an editable one as the original one was not with that red background color. Trees and flowers were very special to van Gogh in his paintings as they represent hope so he found his happiness while drawing these flowering trees. Almond Blossom was drawn to celebrate the birth of Van Gogh’s nephew, Theo, the son of his brother who lately become grandfather for Vincent villain phango who is the advisor…

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  • Almond Blossoms Art Analysis

    From being able to understand Van Gogh’s ‘Almond Blossoms’, his life, and how the Van Gogh Museum portrays this image one is able to validate why this artwork is a masterpiece. A formal visual analysis of ‘Almond Blossoms’ will give information to the viewer, besides one’s visual observations. This painting is an impressionist painting because it was completed in the 19th Century and has many qualities other pieces in this art movement included such as, visible brush strokes, emphasis on…

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