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    The Salado People Essay

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    dancing. These are just a few of the many games that they play, but we play them a little differently. We adjusted the rules and the object of the original game. Today, same of us play some type of sport or game, but have you wondered where these games came from? Most of the games or sports that you play today, came from ancient people hundreds of years ago. Some of these sports have been evolved a bit, but not a lot. of them have been. One of the popular games they played was Pa-tol sticks; this sport is very similar to Javelin today. This is just one of the many sports we play today that came from the ancient people long ago. Other sports they invented lacrosse, hidden ball, double ball, and chunky. Some of the sports they played are corn husk shuttlecocks…

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    Cultural traditions are found in many households. In Hispanic culture, tamales, corn-based dough wrapped in corn husks filled with meat, are regarded as a holiday treat. Usually, tamales are made twice a year for Christmas and New Year’s. A traditional tamale recipe consists of several steps, and can take two days to get to. The process includes prepping, preparing, and steaming. The process begins with prepping the meat, and will take place on the first day of this two day process. When making…

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    In this research, mesoporous material KIT-6 silica with high surface area (924.5 m2/g) and pore diameter (9.71 nm) was successfully synthesized using rice husk ash as a silica source. According to the SAXS analysis and TEM micrographs, the silicate structure of as-prepared KIT-was not distrupted by the functionalization and activation treatments with 3-APTES and glutaraldehyde, but showed a significant decrease in pore diameter and total pore volume as the compound was covalently bonded to the…

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    Research Paper On Tamales

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    The pork is put in a deep saucepan, covered in water and added a pinch of salt. The pork should cook for about an hour and thirty minutes in simmering water over medium heat. While the pork is cooking corn husks are submerged in warm water for about an hour. Red chilies are toasted, red tomatoes are boiled, and onions are chopped than all three are placed in the blender with the water the tomatoes are boiled in and blended until they are a bright red smoothie. The pork is now taken out, deboned,…

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    How To Make A Kite Essay

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    it. Like James Watt, Andre Ampere, George Ohm etc. 2. Indian Scenario and Introduction of Husk Power The electrification in Kolkata took place after 17 years - compared to the New York (1882) and eleven year when compared to the London (1888). In India first electric light was illuminated in Calcutta in 1879. Later Kilburn and Co. got the license of electrification in Calcutta as an agent of ‘Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation Limited’ (located in London) with the help of Calcutta…

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    kosher salt to the lard and mix it until it reaches the point in which it is light and creamy. You then added the masa to the lard For making tamales, it is better to buy the masa that is specifically label for tamales. You then will add more liquid to your masa. To add flavor, I like to add the chicken stock and not water, I will added until the dough can be easier to handle while adding it onto the husk. Gather the masa, corn-husk wrappers, and your fillings on top of a flat surface. For…

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    Silica Gel Case Study

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    GEL 2.2.1 PROPERTIES With a molecular weight of 60.08g/mol , silica gel is made of silicon and oxygen. The properties depend on pH, coagulant added, washing and drying conditions and synthesis conditions. These properties affect the size of silica gel formed along with the surface area(D. Brahm, May 2014). In the preparation of waterglass from leached rice husks, the leaching was done for a purpose. Upon burning the husks at high temperature, ash would be produced.…

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    After taking to Jay, it turns out that material was cat intestines. This shows that farmer had to use whatever materials they had on hand to keep their equipment running. This method of removing the husk from the corn saves the farmer time, money and how this technology is innovative. For example, this machine only required two people to run the Huber Corn Husker & Shredder instead of a large group of people removing the husk by hand. Jay showed me some tools that the farmers would have had to…

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    Cocos Nucifera Case Study

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    distinct stages: “first phase, neurogenic pain response [and]… second phase, inflammatory pain response.” Rinaldi et al. (2008) observed that while none of the three treatments had an effect on the first phase, the first fraction (F1) reduced licking time. Lastly, the mice’s paws were injected with Carrageenan, Histamine, or Serotonin after they were pre-treated with the crude extract and its fractions. “Carrageenan induced rat paw edema is a traditional model to evaluate anti-inflammatory…

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    Assembly Line Metaphors

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    First, imagine an assembly line. Now, imagine that the line is not a line at all but a criss-cross of paths across a kitchen island in a house within an Arizona subdivision. Next, imagine that even the paths can change over time (depending upon which uncle is taking a break, which cousin is taking over, etc.) such that the assembly line metaphor itself dissolves and ceases to be useful at all. Now, in that context, the first person flattens the rinsed corn husks (ribbiest side down) onto a…

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