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    Hashimoto’s Disease is a disease where the thyroid is damaged by the person’s immune system. To define it, Hashimoto’s Disease is an “autoimmune lymphocytic infiltration of the thyroid gland closely associated with the presence of antithyroid autoantibodies and often resulting in chronic hypothyroidism.”(Brier, 2009) Due to the damages that occur, the thyroid is unable to function properly. My dad was recently diagnosed with this disease. Coping with Hashimoto’s Disease brings many lifestyle…

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    Glinda Character Analysis

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    Egg- The eggs represent Glinda. Glinda starts out as a spoiled girl who only cares about her looks. She needs her appearance to be pure so she will not associate with anyone who is not as popular as she. An egg is smooth and a plain color on the outside. Most eggs have little flaws on them. When Glinda meets Elphaba her life changes, and her shell is cracked like an egg. She lets herself make mistakes like the messy part on the inside of they egg. The messy part is the part that you need to cook…

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    Louisiana Creole cuisine originated in Louisiana. This type of Creole cooking uses influences from the general cuisine of the Southern United States and from populations present in Louisiana before the sale of Louisiana to the United States in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Louisiana Creole blends primarily French and Spanish cookings styles as well as West African, Amerindian, Hatian, German, Italian and Irish influences. In this cuisine, and from French influence, there is a large emphasis on…

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    Rose Hill Research Paper

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    and was killed right beside her car. It is told that if you dust your trunk with flour and and place a rose on it and drive up the hill if you get out of your car and look there will be hand prints and the rose will be gone. This place is located in St. Louis Missouri. People would say they would sprinkle flour on their trunk and place a rose and would get pushed up a hill. There would be hand prints in the flour and the rose would be gone and you would be up the hill. Some say she is helping…

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    Without our expectation,my mum and aunty went to the kitchen and screamed at the top of their voices when they saw the messy kitchen.They also got shocked looking at our faces full of flour but at the same time they could not control their laughters.Without hesitation,my dad and uncle ran to the kitchen as they thought something bad had happened in the kitchen.Imagine they too laughed at us.Ana and I looked each other and we too laughed.Fortunately,my parents bought some breakfast for us as…

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    flavors and styles, but they all contain these basic ingredients. Flour, eggs, and sugar. What does flour, eggs, and sugar have to do with commit, increase, and stand? Within those three words I’ve found something interesting. I found one common denominator. Commit, increase, and stand are all verbs. Most of us know that verbs are used to express actions. With the help of God, we can use these three simple actions to get closer to him. Flour, eggs, and sugar ingredients that classifies a cake.…

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    Social Policy is the study of social welfare and its relationship to politics and society. It is basically the study of social services and welfare state. More specifically, it also considers detailed issues in management and administration of social services, including policies for health, housing, income maintenance, education and social work. Social policy also covers needs and issues affecting the users of services, including poverty, old age, health, disability, and family policy. Social…

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    They are hydrolytic enzymes, which play a major role in plant cell wall degrading. Xylanases can convert insoluble hemicellulose into water soluble parts, which can then bind water. Arabinoxylan is one of these hemicelluloses, which makes out 2-5% of flour. Even though it is only a small amount, it accounts for almost 30% of the water binding capacity and is therefore a very important component. That increases bread volume, decreases the firmness of the dough and finer crumbs are formed. Also…

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    Crawfish Macque Choux with Fried Eggplant Main Course Recipe courtesy of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture, Premiere Issue (May/Jun 2012) Serves 6 Ingredients: 1/2 stick butter ?1 medium onion, chopped ?1/2 green bell pepper, chopped ?2 stalks celery, chopped ?3 cups corn kernels (fresh or frozen) ?2 cloves garlic, minced ?salt, pepper, and Cajun or Creole seasoning to taste 1 (10-ounce) can chopped tomatoes with green chiles (such as Ro-tel) 1/2 cup chicken broth 1½ cups heavy cream or half and…

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    My Gingerbread Cookies

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    made the third batch of cookies, this time I was careful and they turned out great. By the time I was done baking the cookies my grandpa was getting up to go to work. I have never been so bad in the kitchen in my entire life. That night covered in flour I thought about how fun making gingerbread cookies used to be for me. I thought back to the memories I had with my mother while making these cookies. In that moment I realized I wasn’t making these cookies for my grandpa I was making them for me.…

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