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    Ticktockman” can be seen as a metaphor for the harlequin’s disruptive role in society. The first parallel between the jellybeans and the Harlequin is that the jellybeans work their way into the mechanisms of the sidewalk and cause the inner workings to fail and cause a seven minute delay. In much the same way the Harlequin gets into the cogs of society and brings it to a halt with his numerous diversions and distractions. The jellybeans and the Harlequin are also similar to the harlequin in the way that the authorities respond to them. The very first thing the reader is told about the jelly beans is that there was, “one hundred and fifty thousand dollars' worth Of jelly beans” as if the most important thing about them is their monetary value. Likewise with the Harlequin when he is captured, the Ticktockman states his name and how late he has been first and foremost. Both the worth of the jelly beans and the truancy of the Harlequin are arbitrary, societally imposed values rather than anything inherent about them. This reflects the society's dominance over the populace, that people are quantified in the same way that objects like jellybeans are.…

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    car. I always get candy when I go there so I was wondering what candy I was get. When we got into the checkout line I saw a candy that caught my eye. It was called Bean Boozled jelly beans. I questioned my mom “ Can I get this candy, i’ve heard of it before?” She replied “ Yes you can, hand the box to me.” I had heard about the candy from a youtuber named Strawburry17. The candy doubles up as a challenge. There is a spinner in the box and there are two flavors for each bean. One flavor is great…

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    slept on it. Wide eyed and grinning, she quickly ran over to the small table, and then dropped to her knees in front of the jar. “Mommy watch the roly-roly baby buggies?” asked Patience, as she brushed a few strands of hair from her face. “Yes, sweetie, I did,” reassured Chastity with a smile. Patience dropped Sue to the floor, and then seized up the jar in her hands. Holding it close to her face, her eyes searched the inner recesses of the clear container for any movement. Chastity smiled. “Do…

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    inspired someone to incorporate a new recipe into their reservoir of recipes. I have three examples of such instances. The first one was when I made a white bean hummus. Two women who participated were amazed at the recipe 's simplicity. No equipment like a food processor was needed. The recipe merely called for white beans (canned), some chives, lemon juice, and olive oil. They were combined in a bowl and then mashed. Then it was served with some delicious and refreshing raw vegetables. I had a…

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    majority of their calories don’t come from carbohydrates. Legumes have many subcategories: beans, peas, lentils and an ‘other’ category. You’re most likely familiar with many beans. Kidney beans, black beans, navy beans, and broad beans are just a few examples of beans that are quality…

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    Method Bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris) were provided by the instructor for the experiment at Mount Royal University. There were four or more bean plants in each of the four pots. The first task was to choose the best three plants in each pot based on whether they had two big healthy leaves and so the three plants looked relatively similar. The excess plants were cut out so that each of the four pots contained three plants, making a total of twelve plants. Each of the four represented a…

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    For health, religious, or ethical reasons an increasing number of people are becoming vegetarians. However, even without practicing this diet, according to studies concerning this issue, many health-conscious customers prefer to order vegetarian dishes in a restaurant. Consumers expectations are changing; they are becoming more curious about novelties. They want to experience something new; vegetarianism becomes a form of experiential marketing. After studying consumers’ opinion, I looked at the…

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    “The Beans Eaters” by Gwendolyn Brooks express the routine life of the poor couple satisfy life. The poem is about an old couple who is sitting at the table and starts eating dinner. Suddenly they start to look around them and start thinking about their life. An analysis of the routine and their satisfy life will help us understand the poem. The routine “The Bean Eaters” express the idea that when we are older, we are restricted to follow a typical routine. For example “and remembering,…

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    different stages of the life cycle have on cellular respiration. The hypothesis was that the germinated kidney beans will consume more O2 than their respective ungerminated counterparts. The ungerminated kidney beans will have little to no amount of O2 consumption. The reason that the germinated kidney beans will consume more is that they are in a more active cycle of its lifespan. This hypothesis is plausible. For the second day experiment, the factor being tested was cellular respiration…

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    A Turtle and Some Beans Anais Nin, a renowned author, once wrote, “And the day came when the risk to remain a tight bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom” (“Quotes About Growth”). In the story, The Bean Trees, by Barbara Kingsolver, the courage to bloom is one of the many themes. Taylor, a young woman travelling westward, is unwillingly given a child. Taylor and the child, Turtle, eventually settle in Arizona. They live with a woman named Lou Ann, and Taylor works at an auto…

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