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    Thomas Hart Benton, along with a few other artists including Grant Wood and John Stuart Curry were a part of a modern art movement called regionalism. Romance (Fig. 1) was one of the many paintings that Thomas Hart Benton created during this time, the painting was made with mediums of tempera and oil varnish glazes in gesso panel on board and is 45 1/4 inches by 33 1/4 inches. Romance represents everything that a painting created during the Regionalism era should represent. The painting also represents everything that a visual piece should represent. There are diagonal lines being represented in the focal figures that shows that they are in movement, in the case, walking. It contains opaque hues in the background and darker vibrant hues represented on the focal points to bring them forward and…

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    Stretching all the way from the Bosporus Strait in the west to the Diomede Islands in the east, Asia is not only the planet's largest continent but also it's most populous with 4.4 billion people calling it home. Following Marco Polo’s epic tale of an overland journey to China in the late 1,200’s and the marvels he encountered upon the Silk Road before arriving at the great market in Peking , the Venetian travellers exploits spurred a new wave of explorers to find a safer, quicker way to the…

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    Chhurpi Case Study

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    1.5. Chhurpi Chhurpi is of three types: Soft Chhurpi , Hard Chhurpi and Dudh Chhurpi (7) Soft Chhurpi is one of the most common traditional fermented food products in the house hold of the Sikkimese community. To the local this delicacy item is highly palatable and also replaceable to even the non-vegetarian food. Hard Chhurpi is sweet in taste and chewy. It is the most famous ethnic food highly relished by the tribal community. This type of Chhurpi are very hard and having low moisture…

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    We started with halwa puri, a breakfast spread of curry, chickpeas, potatoes and pickled vegetables paired with deep-fried bread. Next up: bhel puri, Indian street fare made of puffed rice, chopped vegetables and tamarind sauce. The flavors exploded as I chewed: savory, tangy and sweet. To cap things off, we sampled thali, a vegetarian lunch that offers a mix of sweet, salt, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy tastes in the form of chutneys, rice, lentils, potatoes, curries and more—all with soft…

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    Teriyaki Sauce

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    made teriyaki sauce. The chemically produced teriyaki sauce is only the sweetener, thickener, artificial color and water. The chemically produced teriyaki sauce lost its beneficial nutrients and become unhealthy. Moreover, teriyaki sauce began to appear on fast food chain. $5.99, the price for a dish of teriyaki chicken is low enough to be attractive to people (Kauffman n.p.). The reason behind the low price is that the mass production of industrially-made teriyaki sauce made the sauce…

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    with this young boy about basketball. Vincent loves basketball, specifically Stephen Curry and the Warriors. At one point, I heard say, “Dude right! Stephen is a beast!” The boy agreed with excitement. At some point I heard them talking about shoes, the boy needed some. He was probably about Vincent’s age. The both rummage through the center for some shoes the boy could fit. They began talking about Stephen Curry’s new shoes, the boy said he really wanted them for his birthday in July. Vincent…

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    Interview With Shewit

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    I headed out for lunch at one o clock in the afternoon. Once I walked into the place I noticed how elegant it was and I felt underdressed. The server Muhammad approached me and seated me telling me that if I had any questions he would be happy to assist me. I got served water in a wine glass. When I took a look at the menu at first I felt nervous because it was a little foreign to me and I tend to not like change in food. I asked the server what was the best thing on the menu that was not spicy…

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    2. Was Kary acting within the scope of her employment as a peanut vendor when she added curry powder to the peanuts she was selling? An employee is acting within the scope of his employment when he is performing tasks or duties for which he has been employed. Williams v. Cmty. Drive-In Theater, Inc., 214 Kan. 359, 364, 520 P.2d 1296, 1300 (1974). If the employee is performing tasks that are reasonably related to the purpose of their employment, this is indicative to the scope of employment. The…

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    The selkie placed a gloved hand on the knight’s shoulder as he explained his plan. “The Western Kingdom is vulnerable to attacks currently due to this snowstorm, right? We should use the snow to our advantage and lay siege to some of their cities to claim them for the prince. Prince Serell talks of creating a new dynasty for Regno; we need to conquer the Western Kingdom to create a barrier between the Northern and Southern Kingdoms so they cannot aid each other. Once that is accomplished, I’m…

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    The King’s Castle was majestically perched on top of a hill and dominated over Dungeon’s valley. Dungeon’s Valley was the dominant Kingdom of that time, located on the Western side of the Drakenlands, which comprised not only Dungeon’s Valley but also the Northern territories. Dungeon’s Valley counted 3 towns, namely Lindel, Northborock and Panilla valley. Each of these towns were led by people close to the King like his advisors, Lords, Dukes, and some of his loyal allies like Lord Heines who…

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