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    me down. Little did I know I was wrong. As soon I got home, I was recruited to help make dinner. My dad insisted I helped cook mashed potatoes and chicken for dinner. It was one of his favorite games he would make my siblings and I do unnecessary tasks that we hated to do. I hated cooking. He would stand next to all of my siblings and I and throw little jabs of sarcasm at us. That night well I helped make dinner, he was rather in a grouchy mood and he was on a roll with his sarcastic…

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    Besides all of the pies, turkeys, and stuffing, mashed potatoes fill the counters of every American’s kitchen. Thanksgiving is a prime example of two cultures intertwining with one another, “Food, on which man’s identity depends, is not merely nutritional, but a reality rich in values, symbols, and meanings elaborated by the men and women who produced and prepared this food” (Montanari 2). Mashed potatoes identify with an Irish custom, but in return, represent a much larger segment of the world.…

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    included in so many meals that we eat. Mashed for Thanksgiving, cut and deep-fried alongside your favorite burger, boiled along with other vegetables and seafood, roasted with fresh herbs, or even baked, hot and fluffy and oozing with butter, the potato is delicious just about any way you prepare it. Although often taken for granted, there is no denying that the potato is a mainstay in cuisines throughout North and South America as well as Europe. Even though it is a food that nearly everyone is…

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    this angle I was in an excellent position to dig my head into his chest and chin, attempting to transfer as much of the guck to him as I could before he could slither away. Locked hand in hand, we rolled around the kitchen floor, smearing each other, and everything we touched, with slimy potatoes. As slick as greased pigs, he was only briefly able to pin my hands to the floor. In retaliation, I began to shake my head violently back and forth, spraying him, and also, the table, the chairs, my…

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    Tomato Plant Case Study

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    1a. The results from Figure 1 illustrate that the control treatment of the Tomato plant, has a maximum quantum yield of Photosystem II than chilled plants. It appears that over time, the average Fv/Fm seems to be constant with no drastic changes in the levels, with values staying between the ranges of 0.7 to 0.8 Fv/Fm. On the other hand, the chilled treatment of Tomato plants begins at 0.2257 Fv/Fm at time = 0 minutes, and the last plant has a Fv/Fm value of 0.6526 when time is at 150 minutes.…

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    While the Great famine could not have happened without the failure of the potato crop – something beyond the control of the British Government- their subsequent response, or there lack of, to the crisis greatly contributed to the devastation caused by the blight. As evidenced by Tony Blair’s 1997 apology to the Irish people, the British Government’s policies during the Great Famine toward a country it was, on paper at least, in union with, were unforgivable. Although the Conservative government…

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    Potato Osmosis In Potato

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    There were many observable factors when investigating osmosis in potatoes. Four different solutions were created (distilled water, 1% salt (NaCl), 3% salt and 5% salt. The potatoes were sliced until they were 3cm long, each test tube contained 3 strips of potato cores and a different concentration. The potato strips were weighed and the results recorded. The potato cores were left in each solution for 24 hours. Once the test results were collected the data was averaged and placed into a graph…

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    The great famine or the great hunger was a period of mass starvation, disease, and emigration in Ireland between 1845 and 1852. [1] Mainly the Irish were farmers and their major dependent was on farming but what changed the situation is the number of historical reasons. During the famine, approximately 1 million people died and a lot of them emigrated from Ireland, causing the island's population to fall by between 20% and 25%. [2] The famine was caused by a potato disease commonly known as…

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    something, and it had to be done immediately. He tried dressing as another star athlete. That did not work. He tried working out; jogging, lifting weights, running sprints. No success with that either. He even tried paying off his teammates so they would allow him to play. Of course, there was no chance at two plays with that strategy. Stikle was beginning to lose hope. Two evenings later, on Friday night - the night in advance of gameday, Stikle sat down to a dinner of fried,…

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    Research Paper On Ireland

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    Spirit. However, nowadays the three leaf clover is represented as a symbol of luck. This is just one of the many interesting facts about Ireland. Also, Ireland has completely different cultural norms than the U.S.. My family can still relate and connect with the people of Ireland in many ways. The culture of Ireland has its own unique ways that make Ireland. To begin, Ireland has a variety of well-known facts, and a variety of unknown facts. Ireland’s population is a small sliver of the pie…

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