Several types of natural latex have been tried for the manufacture of rubber or related materials, but today only the quality of rubber latex is considered satisfactory for this use.The production of articles from latex developed strongly in the 1870s (with many factories in the United States and Europe).Some latex can be very toxic (those of Euphorbiaceae and Apocynaceae), very irritating and caustic for the mucous membranes, such as the orange-colored latex of greater celandine (Papaveraceae family).Other latexes have traditionally been used in the manufacture of glues.Rubber plantations will then develop throughout Southeast Asia.
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), Liliaceae (3sp.), Ephedraceae (2sp.)It was observed that the area has been grazed heavily.), Zygophyllaceae (2sp.), Chenopodiaceae (1sp.
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Among all its hydrolytic enzymes, proteases are found to be relatively rich and are possibly accountable for the different medicinal properties showed by the extract.They should have anti-mutagenic and anti-carcinogenic properties... FAO/WHO defined probiotics as “Live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host”.They must be resistant to acid and bile, metabolically active in the GI tract, reduce the colon pH, poses anti-microbial activity towards pathogenic bacteria.Probiotics are usually consumed as part of fermented foods with specifically added active live cultures; such as in soy yogurt, yogurt, or as dietary supplements.
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Methods proved to be robust, because assay values in changed parameters were within limits.Resveratrol (RES) (3,4′,5-trihydroxy-trans-stilbene) is polyphenolic constituent isolated from plant belonging to family Polygnaceae.Thus method is useful for both constituents to be estimated by both methods.Table 3: UV-Visible method Validation parameters .. Table 4: HPTLC Validation Parameters .. .Results of assay were compared with corresponding amounts claimed on capsule.
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Family: Asclepiadaceae .. Perennial, small, slender, much branched pubescent twining or climbing herbs or under shrubs; sap yellowish, found in the sub-Himalayan tract from Uttar Pradesh to Meghalaya and in the central and peninsular India, ascending up to 1,260 m. Height 1.5 metres.Family: Zygophyllaceae .Family: Menispermaceae .Family: Gentianaceae ..Family: Convulvalaceae.
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Joyce Carol Oates uses the description of the characters to reveal their purpose in the story and their affect on others.The description of the protagonist Connie reveals the struggle between childhood and adolescence with the desire to be desired by those of the opposite sex, but also the obsession with childhood fantasies.June is the complete opposite of Connie because Connie spends her time daydreaming rather than paying respect to her family and being productive.In the short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates, the description of the characters June, Connie, and Arnold Friend reveal the true nature of the characters and underlying motives.Connie’s disdain for June ... ... middle of paper ... ...omes...
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Poe uses setting and mood in order to foreshadow the ultimate disintegration of the family manor.” It is obvious therefore that Poe means for the building and the family to reflect one another.The vegetation, which surrounds the area, is described as “a few rank sedges and … a few white trunks of decayed trees.As the narrator continues to describe the house he uses several similarly dismal adjectives.” He also emphasizes the long history of the house by stating that its features recall an “excessive antiquity.
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When everyone left Amy’s mother handed her a gift a mini skirt, and told Amy that she could look like an American girl on the outside, but she would remain a Chinese girl on the inside, saying to Amy “Your only shame is to have shame.” It was a lesson that she would understand many years later.The descriptive language presented in Fish Cheeks; the reader is able to visualize them as a fourteen year old who describes a Christmas Eve dinner when she as fourteen, how she felt when the boy she had a crush on, who, was also a minister’s son and his family had been invited to have a traditional Chinese dinner with her family.A descriptive essay has a larger and long lasting impression and impact on the reader, and the audience walks away as if...
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Towards the middle of the passage Sealy use seagulls to suggest a sense of freedom, ‘In the midst of this drab poverty the free, soaring seagulls’.He is creating a sense of pleasure that the characters experience when looking at the cotton screen.These references emphasise how far below the poverty line Clement and his family are.Other descriptions given by Sealy encapsulate the harsh living conditions of the family and the poor quality furniture and lack of luxuries.Some of the children from his school can afford to pay towards the leaving headmaster however Clement is completely on the other end of the scale and has no money in the first place.
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They help readers to draw a picture of the house in their mind — typical Gothic architecture, ghastly gallery… When I read these description, I connected them with supernatural power.Many words are repeated in the description like ghastly, fancy, agitation etc.Besides, the fiction ends when the plot just reaches the climax and that’s why it leaves us suspense.It also means the bridge like the narrator is the only connection for Usher family to outside world.First one is maybe some supernatural evil power has haunted Usher family for generations.
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Is the description the same for each sonnet?The persona feels completely honest in his description of the girl.How does the persona seem to feel about his ability to describe the person adequately?This is seen through the fact that he does no sugarcoating towards her.In the poem, the persona notes the beauty of this person and is clearly upset that the person chooses not to start a family and spread his beauty around.
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Pronunciation Task: Practice reading stress with compound sound Listening .Writing Task: Make a description of your best friend .Context Clues: Reading articles about extended family among Asian countries Reading Task: Defining words using context clues Writing .Taking Notes: Family Meeting .Listening Task: Listening to a family conversation; getting information about the topic of the conversation Reading .
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” (Bierce, 2010) no further suppositions can be made except for what is being stated; that the protagonist is well to do, is in agriculture, and has integrity in that he is a well respected member of a known family.” (Bierce, 2010) the author paints the character to be someone who is deeply concerned of his family that even in his direst moments, as guards were shooting at him from the riverbank, he still had thoughts of his home intact, which he verily recalled consequently revealing this particular aspect of his personality.Description is a device that could be perceived as naturalist because it is through this that the writer is able to give a matter-of-factly picture of the character and in the short story, such device works to initi...
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Stanley Corngold.Also, Kafka’s choice of what creature Gregor is transformed into, a large bug, helps establish the idea of the Gregor’s unimportance to his family and the idea that Gregor’s disability now makes him a pest rather than one who the family should care for more.Through the representation of alienation of Gregor, and Gregor’s portrayal of being a martyr to an unloving family and an overall unloving society, he reveals the evils in our society.New York: Bantam, 1972. .Kafka begins by making his argument evident through a through description of Gregor’s room, which is depicted as an isolated area in the house for Gregor.
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The narrator, who happens to be the main character, constantly repeats that there is something strange and unnatural occurrin... ... middle of paper ... ..., as I said before, is torn off in spots, and it sticketh closer than a brother—they must have had perseverance as well as hatred” (Gilman 382).Charlotte Gilman uses setting as the main description theme in The Yellow Wallpaper to give the most in-depth description possible.Charlotte Gilman adding these specific descriptions brings a physical image to the bedroom in the mansion.As a result of Charlotte Gilman using these setting descriptions they are the backbone of the story allowing the reader to intemperate the story as intended.The diverse use of setting in The Yellow Wallpaper cr...
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Description of first website: .Description of second website: .The family wants more information.However it can be maintained.So there is a large possibility that your child’s chromosomal abnormality was inherited from anyone in your immediate family.
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For everything we don’t have in common, there are five more things we have in common.Description is one of the best ways to talk about someone.Profile of your best friend or a family member .Somehow, divine intervention happened and we began dating and elven years later my husband is still my best friend.We have been married for seven great years.
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The family name is “Dovecot” and this reminds the reader of birds, yet their house is described as being a “wretched coop”.From this description it is clear how dangerous the environment is and how because their poverty that Nak and his family are forced to live such horrible environmental conditions.They are not free like doves in a dovecot but trapped like chickens in a coop.This induces a feeling of claustrophobia and an almost overwhelming sense of helplessness for Nak and his family, as they have no choice but to endure the environmental conditions they are find themselves in.In the same ways that the family mistreats the frogs by pouncing on them, they are themselves mistreated by authority.
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The family is a source of inspiration through support.According to her perception, there cannot be life if there is no family around you to give you support.The family provides an enabling growth environment for children and other members too.As she implies for her to feel the she is living her life to the fullest, she has to live with her family.From this description we can deduces the close family attachment in Cambodian families which sharply contrast the situation in the United States.
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Please include background info about the family, if obtainable.First Section(all alone)—-Name plus description of the Center and selected personnel.TAB/Divider-Identity and description of the 4 year old.The report should be presented in narrative format and include a description of the center in which the study took place.The completed LAP-3 Grids (End of the Year Summary Sheets-2-one for the 3 and one for the 4 year old) .
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Bonache & Brewster (2001) illustrated the survey conducted by Windham International and the National Foreign Trade Council (1999) is mentioned that a large number of international assignments are turned down in between the time due to personal family and spouse issues.An assessment of the family members makes it important during the process of recruitment and selection which can avoid the damage up to an extent.It is often noticed that an unhappy family or spouse of the employee’s assignment is terminated before the mentioned period.The family situation of the expatriate has great importance in successful expatriation assignments.The family will remain expatriates together with clear understandings.
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In Running in the Family, Michael Ondaatje masks the serious side of the family history with comedy.He tells about lots of funny situations in which she was involved and, despite some of her bad traits, shows her a positive humorous character who was devoted to her family and enjoyed having fun.Ondaatje, Michael.To give a short, objective and complex description of Michael’s grandmother, Lalla was a horticultural kleptomaniac who stole flowers in front of their owners, drank eau de cologne and had a false breast which she used to leave lying around, and which the dog was once found chewing on the lawn.New York: Vintage, 1982. .
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Mr Clutter in In Cold Blood can be seen as a wasted life as he was well respected by his colleagues, family and community, and the fact he was murdered ‘In Cold Blood’ creates pathos for him.Having a strong family relationship which the reader can associate with, creates a big large sense of pathos for Mr Clutter, and his death can be seen as a wasted life.The story of Justine in Frankenstein also creates pathos for Justine in the same way as she didn’t deserve to be killed; she was wrongly accused of the murder of William and this creates sympathy because she was a beloved part of the Frankenstein family.Mr Clutter’s family life is something to be admired by the reader and especially people at the time In Cold Blood was written.The desc...
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The description of Mr. Megahey’s house in “Pieces Of Silver” is very rich and big “the open veranda” compared to the small crumbling house of the Dovecots “poor wretched coop”.In “The Red Ball” the mother accepts that they are poor and tries to look on the bright side, whereas the father gets very depressed, drinks to forget his worries and realises they’re even worse because he has spent all his money on alcohol.Bolan’s father calls his work at the American airbases, “white people work” which shows that he has a very segregated view of society, the rich and the poor, the white and the black.They both use their money irrationally not realising how important it is for their families to have those few extra pennies.But whereas Clement is d...
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Description Sample .Approximately fifteen minutes pass and as our vehicle takes us over the final crest, we see the smoke stack from the local factory as we cross the border of Pennsylvania and New York and are aware of our surroundings.Summer Escape My family has always looked forward to leaving Florida during the torrid summer months.A figure of speech may enliven a description by making the essay more visual or forceful.– Arin B. Terwilliger .
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You became involved with Julie’s family when she moved to the estate, having left Bill, the father of her children, due to experiencing domestic violence.You have been working with the following family for a number of months.From the job description state three (3) key responsibilities and discuss how you could apply each of the responsibilities to this family.Identify and discuss your duty of care in relation to each family member?If you were unsure about how to proceed in working with this family, what would you do next?
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Read pages 328/9 in Tassoni, P. et al (2007) Child care and education and write notes on the different types of family structure.E3 include evidence which compares the different roles of statutory private, voluntary and independent settings As well as your explanation of the different types of services, it might be useful to consider a chart to compare the services offered.Statutory – nursery, primary, secondary schools; children centres; hospitals; special needs schools; residential care; foster care; adoption services .What are the different types of family structures?Private – Crèche; child minder; nursery school; .
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The intention of the descriptive imagery of the death of Cunegonde’s family is to show that the behavior the Bulgars consider normal as savage.In Candide, the female protagonist Cunegonde sees her family ravaged by the Bulgars, as she saw the Bulgar army “butcher” (31) her father and brother, and cut her “mother to pieces” (31).Gregory Rabassa.Detriot: Gale, 2010.Ballantine Books, 1984.
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In relation to the description of the .“John Wesley and Savannah.” Savannah Images Project.She is trying to convince Bailey, her son, to vacation in Tennessee and not Florida as his family had already planned.The grandmother, unable to sway the family, has no choice but to travel to Florida.This description o... .
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Baskerville adds to the frightening atmosphere by saying “its enough to scare off a man”.This is symbolic for the death of those who lived in the house.Conan Doyle obviously intended the atmosphere of the book to be a menacing one, and he did an excellent job in my opinion.Seldon is described as being “fiendish” and having a heart full of “malignancy”, which links him to the Hound, a creature known to kill the Baskerville family.Granite has connotations of darkness, hard, and black, suggesting Baskerville has a dark decaying family.
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