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    Twisted Beginnings According to mythology, Pollux was the divine son of Zeus. He was an immortal man with a mortal brother named Castor. When Castor was killed, Pollux pleaded with his father Zeus to let him share his immortality with his twin brother. Castor was, therefore, absorbed into Pollux, who selflessly reincarnated his brother. Together they formed the constellation Gemini. Pollux was, however, the brighter of the two. According to mythology, Styx is the name of a river that formed the boundaries between Earth and the Underworld. Gods and goddesses were bound to the Styx and swore their oaths to it. The Styx had the ability to turn anyone invulnerable and invincible. Pollux Styx Rosier was the exemplar of his equivocal name. He too…

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    Benefits Of Castor Oil

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    20-Known Benefits of Castor Oil for Skin, Hair and other Health Supplement Castor Plant (Ricinus Communis) and Gandharva Hasta in Ayurveda has versatile use in skin care and hair care apart from lubricant in industrial use. Castor oil is extract from Castor seeds and is popular as alternative medicine. It is affordable and available in e-stores, herbal stores and retail oil stores. When comes to skin and hair care it is an important ingredient in herbal hair care and skin care products. It is…

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    Castor and Polydeuces, my beloved, divine brothers, how I long for you. The war has adjourned and Troy has been burned to the ground and I despair that my brothers are no longer of this realm and now spend their days between Mt. Olympus and Hades, even now the two of you are inseparable. I have always admired and envied your bond and yearned for the same between Clytemnestra and I and now I am even more alone than ever. Did the King of the Heavens know of the events he’d set off, I wonder?…

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    Christina Pham Lea Clarkson Humanities DC - Block 1 8 October 2015 Greek Mythology Both, Castor and Pollux were seen as great horsemen, however Castor was most noted with this quality. Pollux, in addition to being a great horsemen, was a known as a renowned fighter and boxer. In addition to each other, they had siblings: Helen of Troy, who was the war fought over, and Clytemnestra, who was involved in the electra complex. The parent(s) is Leda and Tyndareus, who were the king and queen of Sparta…

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    Castor Biodiesel Essay

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    Production of castor biodiesel and its utilization in diesel engine Lalit Prasad*a, c, Subhalaxmi Pradhanb, S.N. Naikb, L.M. Dasa aCentre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, New Delhi, India bCentre for Rural Development & Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India c Department of Chemistry, School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Galgotias University, India Abstract This paper deals…

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    Molecules like cyclosporine that are non-ionisable, lipophilic and non-polar are challenging to formulate due to their low solubility and no effect of pH on solubility, and they are also solubilised in non-aqueous solutions composed entirely of organic solvents. The combination of polyoxyethylated castor oil and ethanol that are water miscible surfactants and solvents can be used to solubilise the non-polar active ingredient, cyclosporine. Therefore, the excipients are appropriate for the…

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    The Gods Castor and Pollux have an ongoing rivalry with Apollo, since they want to go against him for misguiding Electra, they decide to punish the siblings. Electra is punished by being forced to marry Pylades and return to Phokis, while Orestes must wander around for twenty years while being chased by the furies, then can be judged by Athena to see if he is innocent. In Heracles, Hera was seeking revenge against Zeus and did so in a way to ruin Heracles’ life. She killed all of his family. By…

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    Castor Collins Case Study

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    This HMO plan provides health care services to those individuals that enroll through the plans statewide network, which are usually through the help of physicians and hospitals. It currently has 100,000 enrollees throughout the state and is looking to increase this number. Castor insurance offers three types of plans: The Castor Standard plan, the Castor Enhanced plan, and the Castor Enhanced plan minor. The Castor standard plan is a basic plan that offers low premiums, but does not cover…

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    Myths Revision

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    lovely human, Leda, attracts the powerful god, Zeus. After Leda refuses his suit, Zeus seduces her as a swan. As a result, Leda lays four eggs, and four children hatch; female twins Helen and Clytemnestra and male twins Castor and Polydeuces. Exquisite Helen eventually marries King Menelaus of Greece. The married Helen meets Paris of Troy, falls in love and absconds with Paris to his homeland. The Trojan War is Menelaus’s endeavor recover his wife. Clytemnestra marries Agamemnon, who is…

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    In the opening lines of “Nuestra Apatía,” Jesús Colón wrote, “Una de las grandes faltas del puertorriqueño de hoy día es que casi nunca le da coraje, no se entusiasma por nada, todo lo toma como venga” [One of the greatest flaws of today’s Puerto Ricans is that they never get angry, they do not feel passionate about anything, and they react to everything that comes to them in a passive way] (70). Countermeasures against these flaws greatly influenced the work of Jesús Colón and “Castor Oil:…

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