Table 6 shows cost and return analysis of producing with diets containing varying replacement levels of watermelon seedmeal.The profitability ratio analysis of producing Nile tilapia with diets containing watermelon seedmeal is presented in table 7.According to Adebayo and Daramola (2013) means that every N100 invested in tilapia production enterprise using watermelon seedmeal will yield N176.A reverse trends of results to what was reported above was recorded for gross ratio of producing with diets containing watermelon seedmeal; fish produced by the dietary treatment DT5 had the highest gross ratio value which is significantly (p<0.05) higher than the gross ratio values of other dietary groups.The average total variable and total c...
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Although this chapter is a comparison, both characters share the feeling of self-righteousness, which is exactly what I need for my argument.For example, when she narrates the watermelon story, she degrades the reputation of black people by saying “because a nigger boy ate it” and doesn’t consider anyone else to be responsible for such an act (O’Connor 301).Unlike Mrs. Shortley, who attains it primarily through her own psyche, redemption is forced upon the Grandmother.Gentry finds the theme of religious awakening in both of O’Connor’s works, “The Displaced Person” and “A Good Man Is Hard To Find.” The main difference between the two is how each character in the stories acquires the concept of redemption.Her racist remark certainly shines...
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"We, um, I'm sorry I took your watermelon," he said staring at the peeling boards of the porch.He was sticky clear up to his elbows with watermelon juice.He started to put down the watermelon, but froze when the door creaked open.Why had he taken that watermelon in the first place?He'd decided the best thing to do was to get a nice ripe watermelon and make a gift of it to Mrs. Harris.
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Instead of the hurtful words putting me down I used it as fuel to my flame, motivation in other words, to do better and be successful.With that idea I became more at peace with myself.Cofer then states that all the hard times that she had growing up made her stronger, and more successful.But, I began to learn how to ignore people and not care how or what anybody thought of me.Everywhere I went I ran into discrimination and stereotypes; I was constantly asked if I wanted fried chicken or watermelon, I would have guys tell me “I would date you if you had lighter skin,” or walking in the store and have the word “nigger” shouted and not know where it originated from.
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This idea is especially applicable to business, whether it be starting a business or being accepted as woman in the realm of business that has been historically dominated by men.A SUBJECTIVE ANALYSIS FOR DAVID VICTORIOUS .A SUBJECTIVE ANALYSIS FOR RUDY .• It is evident from the analysis that perseverance is not something that is simply given to everyone .• Point of view- For the majority of the movie, the viewer is a witness to the events that unfold but during action scenes the camera is shaky and moves quickly creating the sense that the viewer is a participant .
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In this case, this is just morally wrong.Although, more than fifty percent of the time racial profiling is conducted it is against a man or woman of color; an African-American in other words.You can't just say, “well all black people carry guns and eat chicken and watermelon.” You're racially profiling this person because of what you've observed among other black people.... middle of paper ... .Daily Record [Rochester, NY] 12 Aug. 2009.
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A seedless watermelon is a sterile hybrid which is created by crossing male pollen for a watermelon.The increase in consumer demand, and the convenience of eating the seedless watermelon has led to more varieties and growth of the industry.Most watermelon exceeds that level, with some having a slightly higher brix level depending on the seed variety and some of the other factors.All watermelon grown and sold for commercial use must meet a minimum brix level, or sweetness level.There are about 200-300 different type of watermelon grown, but only about 50 of them are very popular.
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Synonyms/Antonyms .Using the words a student already knows can be effective for getting the meaning across.ContextThink of a clear context when the word is used and either describe it to the students or give them example sentences to clarify meaning further.It has its limits though, as not all items can be drawn.Remember to ask CCQ questions to check that they have understood properly.
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Dragon Inn ends as the woman slums the door into the theatre from her cubicle only to find that the audience has departed.Goodbye, Dragon Inn is a boring movie for those who are socially decent as watching the movie reveals nasty antisocial behaviors.However, the most interesting part in the movie stands out when Tai presents the old Dragon Inn movie into Hu theatre as a way of showing or remarking the end of the most favorite movie by Hu.On the other hand, the features incorporated in the dressing code, which underscores the costumes used in shooting, generally influences the movie viewers.The movie begins with an introduction of Dragon Inn, one of the 1966 masterpieces produced by Hu, to provide a background into the movie.
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The common topics of non-work related conversations among co-workers are sports, TV-shows and movies.These are the things, that were totally new for me, but after I realized and learned them, I could easily understand an American.Bear in mind that some programs do exaggerate; be selective of what you watch.For instance, 15 percent tipping is minimal for satisfactory service in sit-down restaurants and 10 percent for taxi drivers and hairdressers.Many Americans drink coffee and coke the same way Asians drink regular water.
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If people say that it is funny or weird that black people eat chicken and watermelon maybe they should look at themselves first.There is nothing wrong with eating chicken and watermelon.I would say that eating chicken and watermelon is not a negative stereotype at all.” There is also a white man standing behind him and another white person ready to catch the watermelon.The chicken and watermelon experience surpasses all racial and ethnic appearances.
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The reader doesn’t acquire this knowledge from Quentin’s understanding, however, since he is not mature enough, rather interprets it from Nancy’s words.Critical Analysis of That Evening Sun In That Evening Sun, William Faulkner approaches the story through an anecdotal style that gives meaning to the story.Furthermore, Jason’s repetition of “I’m not a nigger,” is not meant in a callous way, rather is meant in a “that’s just how it is” way.The reader must assume that since Nancy said to Jesus that the baby, “never come off of your vine, though” that the child is not Jesus’.In the story, the reader can see Nancy’s feelings and thoughts, therefore we view her as a real person, but during the time she was simply a black woman and Quentin is ...
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Just as the pencil gave way to the typewriter, one day the computer as we know it will be obsolete.Eventually, the improvements made on any product coupled with technological advances, only leads to its demise.The watermelon perfectly represents the " life span " of technology.One can think of past technologies like the typewriter as being left behind to wither and die, which is why I chose to use a watermelon as my canvas to write on.Besides the watermelon the only other object I used was a sharp rock that I found outside my apartment.
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Accessed on 1 May 2005. .10 Holloway, Sarah L., and Gill Valentine.8 AskMen.com readership statistics retrieved from .“Frozen.” “Watermelon.” “Pasta.” Where did I learn to read?9 Ahlers, M. “Expert: Malvo said he was the spotter, not shooter.” CNN.com 8 Dec. .
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In 1842, in New York City, the songwriter Daniel Decatur Emmett and three companions devised a program of singing and dancing in blackface to the accompaniment of bone castanets, violin, banjo, and tambourine.Despite his fame as a great Hollywood actor, Jackson has made time for stage work and independent films in order to stay close to his acting roots.He truly is a great example of a great actor who rose to fame in the time of blaxploitation and also an inspiration to all those with addiction problems as someone who was able to overcome his problem and make something of himself.Other films included The Long Kiss Goodnight, Deep Blue Sea, The Negotiator, Unbreakable, and Shaft.Jim Crow was a fool who just spent his whole day slacking of...
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With success and failure a growing correlation for Pageland’s reputation in the news, the worst of all was lingering on Pageland’s Police Department’s footsteps.However, if the idea of a budget plan supporting a bonus system can’t financially be done, the department could revise its benefits and incentives favoring its recruits but also favoring the department’s financial stability.Despite that, with appropriate steps took and the PPD concretely “swept” from any lingering corruption, only then can the department overcome the haunting ideas of wrongdoing and enjoy it’s luscious two day festival.Persistence and hard work also should be strived for in order for the ominous questions left in the “Watermelon Capital of the World” and it’s amb...
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In the movie, when the three white men go to court for setting a black man's house on fire, the judge rules very unfairly.Even though the book Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, and the movie Mississippi Burning were not made to go together, anyone can't help but notice the striking similarities.When comparing the book and the movie, I can't help but notice the honor and confidence that the black people possess.Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry and Mississippi Burning Prejudice is just a word until a book or movie puts pictures in your mind.He also tells how thirty years ago, a black man could be hung for stealing a watermelon.
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If watermelon becomes widely wanted when they are scarce, the demand for watermelons results in an increase.When the supply of watermelon is limited, they become scarce.The demand increases because the product is limited, not because the price is low.Raised prices, will then provoke the suppliers to produce more which creates a larger supply causing the cost to decrease once again.Supply and demand are also affected by many other factors such as nature, government, income, populations, technology, seasonality, and price of materials and input, for example, during super bowl season the price of chicken wings increase significantly.
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According to the recommendations of the World Cancer Research Fund, the lycopene contained in grapefruit (but also in other fruits, including tomato) would have a protective effect against prostate cancer.Raw tomatoes have lower lycopene values but close to those of watermelon, which contains 3.5 mg to 8 mg depending on the crop, for a 125 ml portion.Regular consumption of foods containing lycopene is weakly associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.The fruits that contain the most lycopene are: cooked tomato, raw watermelon, red pepper, pink grapefruit, guava, and papaya.For example, for watermelon, oxidation (cut) beyond 4 days or cooking causes the lycopene level to drop.
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It means iIf people accept seedless watermelon, people can accept genetically modified foods.To sum up, genetically modified foods are safe to eat in all of the logical sense, scientific sense, and reality sense.Scientific evidences prove that the modified foods are safe to eat make sure of their safety.Therefore, the genetically modified foods that people can buy in the supermarkets are safe to eat.The normal watermelon plant will become a tetraploid watermelon plant, which doubles its chromosome and has four sets of chromosomes.
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Chekhov’s ambiguous ending leaves the reader with a couple of different conclusions, not knowing if Gurov prolonged his secret life and lived happily ever after with Anna or if this relationship was just a mere repetition of the emotional tangle Gurov has been in so many times before.And only now, when he was gray-haired, had he fallen in love for the first time.” Gurov reflects upon his life and begins to realize how he has deceived the woman he loved.Gurov enjoyed having one woman after the other.This watermelon scenario symbolizes Gurov’s utter disrespect and disregard for Anna’s thoughts and feelings.After this, Gurov cuts himself a slice of watermelon and eats it while Anna weeps over her unfaithfulness.
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In the movie, Mercedes Cruz calls members of her own race “wetbacks” when they are trying to cross over the Mexican American border illegally.The movie Lonestar portrays this racism in Texas throughout the movie.The movie is about a 40-year-old murder that is being investigated by Sheriff Sam Deeds.Lonestar effectively portray much of the different forms of racism throughout the movie as well as accurately showing the audience what kind of things the different minority groups had to endure.The movie shows how interracial relationships were not allowed to occur during this period of time.
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Some other examples of simile are when the narrator compares the bench to an older cousin p. 8 l. 21 and her stomach to a watermelon p. 11 l. 151. .The main character chose that day to go the park and not to leave the bench when the other woman came.I think the message John Fuller is trying to get across is that only a little thing or what seems like an insignificant choice can change your whole life.This also helps to make the reader understand how important the bench is to the main character.She doesn’t tell her about the idea though, and she never sees the woman again resulting in her keeping the baby herself after all.
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Have you ever asked why?Any balanced student would know his priorities, therefore learning not just about what the color of the curtains symbolize and what the author was feeling, but also learning how to prioritize things that matter.Probably not, but that’s not my point.It’s also about reducing a complicated problem into something bite-sized and easy to understand.Therefore, we develop the skill of problem reduction.
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And the most important the quality of the animated films today is way different then what we had in past.The animation timeline then starts to progress with several films being produced during the next twenty years; Gertie the Dinosaur, produced by Winsor McCay and distributed to commercial movie theaters in 1914 being a land mark during this period.The animation timeline carry on in the new millennium with movies like How to train your Dragon, Toy Story 3, Shrek The Final Chapter, and many more to follow.Consistent with PIXAR “where films go through four stages: development, creating storyline; pre-production, addressing technical challenges; production, making the film; and post-production, “polishing” the final product.” Today animati...
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After the publication of In Watermelon Sugar in 1968, Brautigan’s popularity seemed to be at its peak (Foster 97).Taylor, Robert E. Ahead of the Curve.21 October 2003. .Pulse Literary Magazine.Murphy, Patrick J.
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Siopis chose to depict fruits such as watermelon which are seen as luscious, sexual fruits.Siopis’ ‘Melancholia’ (1984) shows her feminist standing by the image of a woman standing with her stomach bursting open.It is for this reason, perhaps, that so many people appreciate her work.As an artist who portrays gender issues in her work, she is almost revolutionary in her experimentation with different mediums, and her lack of concern for the opinions of the general public and what they may think of her crude artistic expressions.As a woman, she understands the fears of womanhood, as well as the sexual ways in which women are so often abused.
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Also we see that there is a distortion between 2d and 3d because of the multiple viewpoints.Because of that we cannot figure out which type of fruits are there.First thing that attract my attention is use of color in the panting.In my assay I want to compare Huseyin Zekai Pasa‘s, Still-Life with watermelon and Cezanne’s Vessels, Basket and Fruit paintings in the aspect of subject matter and style.We see almost unrealistic and pastel colors used in the work piece.
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Ying Ying's life as a female was poor because how males treated her was accepted by Chinese society.The male was expected to do most of the work, and the woman was expected to stay at home with their mouth shut.There, a man plunges a knife through a watermelon, symbolizing the loss of virginity.Despite emotionally scaring Ann-Mei this demonstrates the lack of respect for a woman in China.She subordinated her spirit to her husband, and she bitterly resents his domination over her.
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In the last three decades she has gained admiration in Europe and the US resulting in the 2002 movie about her life starring Salma Hayek, which sparked even further interest in the life and arts of Frida Kahlo.Creativity & Madness Psychological Studies of Art And Artist.Frida Kahlo The Artist Who Painted Herself.The differences that both artists don’ t have in common are, Frida’s family was there for her and she painted because that made her happy and never gave up at it.Frith, Margaret.
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