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    Chicken Parmesan Recipe

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    When grocery shopping, I prefer to buy the Dell’Amore brand, sweet basil and garlic flavored sauce, that can be found at Publix. Marinara is another expensive component of our recipe, but purchasing an Italian made sauce will create a more authentic taste and you will have extra supplies that can be used in making other recipes. When marinara is poured onto the chicken it should nearly cover the cutlets, almost creating a red layer over the meat. The sixth step is to prepare our cheese. Having fresh cheese is almost as important as Fresh herbs because this ingredient provides a large amount of flavor. Parmesan and Mozzarella are the specific kinds that will be used in this recipe. The best tasting cheeses that you can buy are Parmesan Reggiano (the actual block of cheese) and Sargento’s shredded Mozzarella, both…

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    The Basil Ganglia

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    The basil ganglia is responsible for routine behaviors. A habit is a pattern we create, and act upon. For a habit loop to form we need a cue, a routine and a reward. My habit is making my bed before I leave my house. Seeing my unmade bed is my cue. My routine is making my bed. Consequently, seeing my bed clean is my reward. If I am unable to make my bed I feel incomplete throughout the day. Unconsciously, I feel as if I had forgotten something. In general cleaning is something I do…

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    Basil Davis Diary

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    9:30pm Monday 6 April 1970 Dear dairy today was a very sad day. I lost a very good friend of mine today Basil Davis. The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) lost one of its most avid supporters and the revolution lost someone that was most vocal and passionate to its cause. The day started like any other day that I had grown accustomed to. I was therefore not prepared for what was to follow this day. I was to meet Basil at his mother’s home in Barataria and we both would make the trek down to…

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    Problem: Among three basil plants that will be watered differently, how much water will a basil plant need daily to stay healthy if I pour a quarter of a pitcher in plant A, a half pitcher in plant B, and one pitcher in plant C? Hypothesis: My assumption is that plant B will be the healthiest because it seems that plant A will have an insufficient amount of water, and plant C will have too much water, making the basil plant too turgid, resulting into temporary to permanent wilting, leading to…

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    In The Primary Chronicles, the establishment of Christianity is strategic via the characterization of two female characters, Anna and Olga. In Kievan Rus’, women are expected to be passive; they must serve their husband and worship God. The concept of passivity is widely associated with Christianity whereas activity is perceived to be pagan. Anna is a representative of this ideal because she accepts Vladimir’s marriage proposal in exchange for the conversion of Rus. Olga, on the contrary,…

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    Marxism as a theme in 'Isabella, or, the Pot of Basil ' Isabella or the pot of basil has several interpretations, one of which being a Marxist view. With the actions of the brothers and the 'cartoonish ' way they are described they can be easily seen as tools to suggest the corruptness of capitalism at that time. This therefore could be interpreted as having strong Marxist themes. From the first mention of the brothers they are shown to be cruel and greedy. They are described as being…

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    innocent, to take a good look at Mr. Dorian Gray and ask yourself whether this is the face of a murderer, or the type of kind young gentleman that you would have tea with or go to the opera with. Although I truly believe that just the charming attitude and looks of Mr. Gray should and are enough to prove his innocence, as someone who has come to know Mr. Gray closely I feel obligated to go above and beyond in defending him. The most important and obvious defense on all three murders is the…

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    Social conscience and seclusion became synonymous with each other during the Modern Era, for the purpose of communicating the growing concept of a need for change in the world. Thwarting the group mentality and proliferating alienation seemed to be the only way to do so, as seen in Basil Bunting’s beliefs. The impacts the Modern Era had on Bunting personally are manifested through the political, economical and social isolation during World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II,…

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    I do believe that the key word here is moderation. Indeed, upon reading through Benedict’s Rule, I found it neither to harsh nor to soft. The legislated humility and strict schedule prescribed by the rule are, in all consideration, a very modest demand. There are no extraordinarily stringent rituals or even harsh punishment listed in the rule, only correction for the betterment of self. According to Traditions and Encounters, the text states, “The two most important reformers were the patriarch…

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    kitchen, the climate change and the leaves colors changed in different types of oranges and browns. It's mid fall and Thanksgiving is tomorrow, everyone has invited someone to the annual dinner. Everyone but me, today is my opportunity to invite Basil to dinner since he happens to show up to town this time of year. Basil has inspired me in the criminal justice world, he's also very intelligent and a good storyteller. If I wanted to invite Basil to dinner I knew I had to go right now the…

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