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  • Narmer: the Pharaoh that Started Egypt
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    Narmer: the Pharaoh that Started Egypt

    6 years ago

    Narmer was the first Pharaoh that united Upper and Lower Egypt, started to produce surplus food and set up a standing army. Without him, the over 3000 years of ancient Egyptian history would not have been possible. Narmer started Egypt. Learn about the Narmer Palette, Egyptian makeup, and the...

  • All About The Egyptian Army
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    All About The Egyptian Army

    6 years ago

    All about the makeup, organization and hierarchy of the ancient Egyptian armies as well as how they evolved during the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms of Egypt.

  • Ancient Egyptian Battle Tactics
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    Ancient Egyptian Battle Tactics

    6 years ago

    Learn about the evolution of Egyptian battle tactics throughout the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms of Egypt.

  • A Visual History of Ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian Swords, Blade, and Axes
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    A Visual History of Ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian Swords, Blade, and Axes

    6 years ago

    For the bow and spear-wielding ancient Egyptian or Mesopotamian warrior, swords and blades were a rare commodity. Expensive to produce and requiring special skill to use, swords only became fashionable after 1000 BCE when Middle Eastern soldiers first came into conflict with enemy swordsmen from...

  • The Most Annoying Words And Phrases In The English Language
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    The Most Annoying Words And Phrases In The English Language

    6 years ago

    What are some of the most annoying words and phrases in the English language that people use every day without noticing how lame or stupid they are?

  • Persian and Median Mages in the Ancient Greek World
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    Persian and Median Mages in the Ancient Greek World

    6 years ago

    The Greeks viewed the Persians as the originators of alien magical knowledge. The mages were the wise men of the Persian empire, whose expertise extended beyond religious matters and into the fields of medicine and astrology. Learn about the curious powers and habits of Persian and Median mages.

  • Ancient Greek Sorcerers
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    Ancient Greek Sorcerers

    6 years ago

    According to Hellenic sources, Greek sorcerers of the ancient world manipulated their souls by separating it from the body in order to set out on journeys of discovery that might involve temporary death, or bilocation. They did this to cure the sick, receive prophetic visions or chase away ghosts.

  • American Foursquare House Style
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    American Foursquare House Style

    6 years ago

    The American foursquare house is present in almost every urban neighborhood developed in the first half of the 20th century. Due to its inexpensive, yet practical, spacious, and attractive design, the American foursquare became the dwelling of choice for families looking to buy or build new homes...

  • Zen Style Medieval Japanese Architecture (Karayo)
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    Zen Style Medieval Japanese Architecture (Karayo)

    6 years ago

    Zen-style Japanese architecture: The typical Zen style complex is axial in plan and bilaterally symmetrical, which is reflective of the regimentation of the Zen monk's daily life. Each act of a Buddhist monk's day is devised to contribute to the big picture of their religious discipline. Zen sects...

  • Du Fu (712-770), Chinese Tang Dynasty Poet
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    Du Fu (712-770), Chinese Tang Dynasty Poet

    6 years ago

    The Chinese Tang dynasty poet Du Fu is often called the sage of poetry. His touching works show great concern for his people. Du Fu was compassionate about the time he lived in and grieved over its chaos. He refused compromise in adversity, and stayed faithful to his convictions even in the midst...

  • Hygrometer: Leonardo da Vinci's Weather Predictions
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    Hygrometer: Leonardo da Vinci's Weather Predictions

    6 years ago

    Hygrometers measure the moisture in the air, and can help predict weather changes. Nicholas of Cusa, a German cardinal and mathematician, in 1450 became the first person to concieve a weather instrument, when he described a hygrometer, an instrument that could measure the amount of humidity in the...

  • Leonardo da Vinci's Camera Obscura
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    Leonardo da Vinci's Camera Obscura

    21 months ago

    One of the most interesting optical inventions Leonardo worked with was a camera obscura. Leonardo wasn’t the first person to use one of these, but he was the first person to connect the way a camera obscura worked with the way the human eye worked.

  • How to Make a Leonardo da Vinci style Masque Mask. Fun For Kids!
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    How to Make a Leonardo da Vinci style Masque Mask. Fun For Kids!

    6 years ago

    One of Leonardo da Vinci's many talents was performing. He played the lute and sang beautifully, loved playing practical jokes and telling riddles. Leonardo created costumes and stage sets for many celebrations. Because he was so skilled at making lifelike figures, he was especially good at making...

  • Japanese Menstrual Huts
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    Japanese Menstrual Huts

    6 years ago

    In traditional societies, menstruation was considered taboo and menstruating women were required to live in special menstrual huts where they had to wear old, tattered clothes and could eat only raw food.

  • 10 Hungarian Castles and Fortresses
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    10 Hungarian Castles and Fortresses

    6 years ago

    These are the top 10 historical castles and fortresses to visit in Hungary.

  • Ancient Chinese Cities And Architecture
    2

    Ancient Chinese Cities And Architecture

    6 years ago

    Walled Cities Imagine living in a city with over one million people inside four giant walls that run more than 20 miles around! That’s what it was like inside the imperial capital city of Xi’an in 600 CE. At the time, Xi’an was the final stop...

  • How To Design Your Own Feng Shui House
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    How To Design Your Own Feng Shui House

    6 years ago

    In this project I'll show you how to design the ideal house according to feng shui rules. You can also reorganize your room using some of these ideas. Stairs should never face the front door. So, when you are designing your house, make sure that...

  • Durian: Fruit Banned From Public Places Because It Smells Like Dirty Socks
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    Durian: Fruit Banned From Public Places Because It Smells Like Dirty Socks

    6 years ago

    Durian is the fruit of the durian tree that grows wild in Southeast Asia. The cultivation of the fruit is central to the lives of some local cultures. Durian is one of the most expensive fruits in the world and is infamous for it's repulsive smell ranging from that of rotten onions to vomit.

  • All Egyptian Food Recipes: What To Eat In Egypt And How To Make It At Home
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    All Egyptian Food Recipes: What To Eat In Egypt And How To Make It At Home

    6 years ago

    Egyptian cuisine has many influences and directions, making Egyptian food recipes very versatile. When it comes to deciding what to eat in Egypt we have a wealth of dishes to choose from. Egyptians love their stomach, which is reflected in the wide variety of dishes they cook. Learn how to cook...

  • Metaphors for Faith and God Belief
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    Metaphors for Faith and God Belief

    6 years ago

    Both creationists and atheists use metaphors for faith and religion to argue for or against God-belief. Here is a collection of faith metaphors for both sides to chew on as well as an instructional video on how to make an atheist's head explode.

  • Borgund And Stave Churches, Norway
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    Borgund And Stave Churches, Norway

    6 years ago

    Borgund Stavkirke at Lærdal in Western Norway is the only stave church that has remained unchanged since the Middle Ages. The church was constructed from about 2000 carefully crafted pieces of wood around 1150 and was dedicated to the apostle St. Andrew.

  • What Is A Rotary Derrick - Types Of Oil Drilling Platforms
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    What Is A Rotary Derrick - Types Of Oil Drilling Platforms

    6 years ago

    What's the difference between different types of oil platforms such as the rotary derrick, the gravity oil platform, the jack-up rig, the semi-submersive platform, the spar oil platform, and the tension leg oil platform?

  • Origami: How To Make A Nodding Dog In 5 Minutes
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    Origami: How To Make A Nodding Dog In 5 Minutes

    6 years ago

    Learn how to make a simple nodding dog in under five minutes. This can be taught to children or even blind people.

  • There Is A Saint For That! - Patron Saints And Their Causes
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    There Is A Saint For That! - Patron Saints And Their Causes

    6 years ago

    Did you know that there is a patron saint for everything. Animals, alcoholics, even serial killers have their patron saints in a system that originated in Roman times and is as old as Christianity.

  • Pok-A-Tok: The Maya Ball Game
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    Pok-A-Tok: The Maya Ball Game

    6 years ago

    Pok-A-Tok is a Maya ball game played, invented around 2000 BCE. It was played in teams with the objective of getting a ball through a narrow stone hoop placed high on the court wall. Players were not allowed to use their hands or feet and the losing team was sacrificed to the gods.

  • The Maya Codices
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    The Maya Codices

    6 years ago

    Maya scribes spent their time writing in special books made of paper called codices. In these books, scribes faithfully recorded centuries of Maya history, astronomical calculations, and religious practices. Some of the Maya codices even recorded travel and hunting details. Others included tables...

  • Maya Pottery
    8

    Maya Pottery

    6 years ago

    Maya artists produced world-class pottery. To make their pottery, the ancient Maya used clay from the riverbeds. They strengthened it by adding calcite, quartz, or volcanic ash.

  • Fantastic Ventifacts
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    Fantastic Ventifacts

    6 years ago

    Ventifact are an interesting bunch. They are beautiful, sometimes strange-looking rock formations, developed by wind and ice crystals in a process called sand-blasting. Come and have a look.

  • The Tundra, Its Animals And Plants
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    The Tundra, Its Animals And Plants

    6 years ago

    Many people think of ice, cold weather, and a flat, boring landscape when they think of the tundra. However, considering the variety of plants and animals that call the tundra home, as well as its unique landscape designs shaped by ice and wind, boring couldn't be further from the truth.

  • Busójárás (Buso-Walking), Carnival Of Masked Devils in Hungary
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    Busójárás (Buso-Walking), Carnival Of Masked Devils in Hungary

    6 years ago

    Busójárás or Buso-walking is an age-old annual tradition specific to the town of Mohács, Hungary. Busójárás is similar to a pagan ritual that has its roots in Ottoman times and celebrates the end of winter.

  • Fun Facts about Roman Vestal Virgins
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    Fun Facts about Roman Vestal Virgins

    6 years ago

    The vestal virgins were entrusted with maintaining the temples of Vesta, the virgin goddess of hearth, home, and family. They performed the rites of the goddess and attended to the sacred fire at her temples.

  • Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment
    14

    Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment

    19 months ago

    There are quite a few fun facts about Roman law that are not very well recognized today. Some of them are actually less fun on account of the severity of the punishment certain crimes received.

  • Great Bitches in History
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    Great Bitches in History

    20 months ago

    The women found in this article are legendary for being the greatest bitches in history. They lived hard and loved hard. They remained committed in the face of great struggles and may serve as great inspiration for women today.

  • How To Behave In Dubai: National Customs, Courtesies, Norms and No-Nos
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    How To Behave In Dubai: National Customs, Courtesies, Norms and No-Nos

    6 years ago

    How to behave in Dubai? It is fairly easy to follow the behavioral norms in Dubai. They are basically the same as in most places, except that there are a few no-nos that you should avoid doing if you want to stay within the boundaries of good...

  • Basic Arabic Words, Terms, and Phrases for Traveling to Dubai
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    Basic Arabic Words, Terms, and Phrases for Traveling to Dubai

    2 years ago

    Learn basic Arabic words and phrases as spoken in the Gulf States, and use them as a polite gesture when traveling to Dubai.

  • Who invented the Steam Engine a.k.a. the Aeolipile?
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    Who invented the Steam Engine a.k.a. the Aeolipile?

    7 years ago

    It was Heron the Egyptian who first invented the steam engine, his Aeolipile, about 1600 years before Newcomen’s engine of 1711. Heron was a mathematician and geometer who lived in Alexandria around A.D. 62.

  • The 3 Healthiest Diets on Earth
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    The 3 Healthiest Diets on Earth

    7 years ago

    Eating less is just as important as eating right. A lot can be gleaned from three of the world's longest-standing culinary cultures offering the healthiest diets on earth.

  • Wife 1.0 / Husband 1.0 Joke Variations
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    Wife 1.0 / Husband 1.0 Joke Variations

    7 years ago

    Wife 1.0 and Husband 1.0 jokes exist in dozens of variations all over the Internet. They have been termed "the best joke ever." They are funny because they reflect the all too familiar reality of how things might change for a couple after marriage....

  • How to use 100 percent of your Brain
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    How to use 100 percent of your Brain

    7 years ago

    It's easier than you think. You are already doing it. Contrary to the popular myth that human beings use only a small percentage of their brain, let's say 10%, the truth is all of the human brain is used at one time or another. If you came here to...

  • The Nine (not Five) Senses of a Human Being
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    The Nine (not Five) Senses of a Human Being

    7 years ago

    The human being has at least nine senses. Beyond Aristotle's five senses, we now know of at least four additional commonly agreed senses...

  • National Cherry Blossom Festivals, Washington DC, San Francisco, Hawaii, Chinhae, Macon
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    National Cherry Blossom Festivals, Washington DC, San Francisco, Hawaii, Chinhae, Macon

    7 years ago

    National Cherry Blossom Festivals are held between March and April from Washington, D.C. to Hawaii, to Macon, to celebrate the blossoming of Cherry trees and the arrival of Spring. The celebration comes to us from Japan, where the appreciation of the cherry blossoms is almost a religion.

  • Wedding Poems, Wedding Blessings
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    Wedding Poems, Wedding Blessings

    7 years ago

    I present my selection of timeless wedding poems and blessings from multiple cultures around the world to serve as a boilerplate from which you can create your own personal wedding vows and love poems to show your love, caring and affection to your other half.

  • Tipis and Teepees for Sale
    6

    Tipis and Teepees for Sale

    7 years ago

    A tipi (also teepee, or tepee) is a tent-like lodging made of animal skins or birch bark and used by American Indians of the Great Plains. Native Americans from other places lived in different types of...

  • Latin Quotes about Love
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    Latin Quotes about Love

    7 years ago

    In this hub, I collected all my favorite Latin quotes about love from such authors as Ovid, Catullus, Seneca, Terence, etc. Most of them are ancient Roman authors, but - surprisingly or not, - they had quite similar conceptions of love as we do in modern times.

  • Amusing Quotes, Metaphors about Life
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    Amusing Quotes, Metaphors about Life

    6 years ago

    This is a collection of quotes about life and metaphors for life. An attempt to heighten your appreciation of metaphor by create a useful and enjoyable source for examples of metaphors for life.

  • Algonquin Indians Tribe
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    Algonquin Indians Tribe

    6 years ago

    The name Algonquin is used to denote a Native American Indian tribe and it is different from the term Algonquian, which is the name of the language family that this tribe, the Alginquin Indians, belongs to. Algonquin, pronounced al-GON-kin, means...

  • How to Control / Improve Breathing and Heart Rates with Ninjutsu and Ninja Techniques
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    How to Control / Improve Breathing and Heart Rates with Ninjutsu and Ninja Techniques

    6 years ago

    In this hub you will learn why it is important to breathe properly, how to control and improve your breathing and heart rates and how it is done by ninja in ninjutsu practice. Why is it important to control your breathing and heartbeat? Breathing...

  • Inside the Ninja House
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    Inside the Ninja House

    7 years ago

    Today, ninja houses in Japan count among the most attractive tourist destinations of the country. They have been moved from their original places and rebuilt as tourist attraction. Not surprisingly, they look...

  • Hierarchy Inside the Ninja Village
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    Hierarchy Inside the Ninja Village

    7 years ago

    The social structure within the ninja community of Iga Province was as rigid as you would expect in medieval Japan. The heads of samurai clans associated with ninja activity were called shonin and they sat at...

  • Iga & Koga: Homelands of Ninjutsu and the Ninja
    0

    Iga & Koga: Homelands of Ninjutsu and the Ninja

    7 years ago

    The Iga Province and the southern area of Omi Province, known as Koga, are today associated with the origins of ninjutsu and the ninja.

  • Specialised Ninja Equipment and Gear
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    Specialised Ninja Equipment and Gear

    7 years ago

    The ninja could use a diverse array of specialized weapons and equipment under appropriate circumstances. The majority of these ninja tools appear in Bansen Shukai, a famed seventeenth-century ninja manual. ...

  • Ninja Training (Ninjutsu)
    10

    Ninja Training (Ninjutsu)

    7 years ago

    Ninja were born, not made. Let me explain how. In fifteenth-century Japan, a number of samurai families, the ninja families, started developing certain skills in intelligence collection, camouflage warfare and assassination. These skills and...

  • Ninjutsu, Japanese Martial Art of Ninja Espionage
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    Ninjutsu, Japanese Martial Art of Ninja Espionage

    6 years ago

    Ninjutsu is the Japanese martial art of espionage, called the “techniques of stealth” or the “arts of invisibility.” Ninja were trained to infiltrate into enemy territory to spy on troops, arms,...

  • Kyudo, Japanese Archery Tradition
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    Kyudo, Japanese Archery Tradition

    17 months ago

    The practice of Japanese Archery, called Kyudo, can be traced back to 2 different origins: ceremonial archery connected to Shinto and combatant archery associated with warfare and hunting.

  • Calvados, a Brandy from Normandy, France
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    Calvados, a Brandy from Normandy, France

    7 years ago

    Calvados is a French brandy from the limited and controlled region of Normandy, where the temperate, maritime climate has long been optimal for fruit orchards.

  • Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays P - Z
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    Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays P - Z

    7 years ago

    In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from P - W. These include: Parilia, held in honor of Pales, the protector of shepherds and their flocks; Parentalia, observed in...

  • Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays L - O
    2

    Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays L - O

    7 years ago

    In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from L to O. These include: Latin Festival or Feriae Latinae, the longest-lived Roman festival; Liberalia, honoring the fertility...

  • Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays Fg - K
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    Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays Fg - K

    7 years ago

    In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from Fg to K. These include: Floralia, in honor of Flora, the goddess of flowers and...

  • Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays A - Fe
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    Ancient Roman Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays A - Fe

    7 years ago

    In this hub I collected all important ancient Roman festivals, holidays and celebrations in an alphabetical order from A to Fe. Festivals and holidays in ancient Rome were part of everyday life...

  • Alcohol Distillation and its Origins
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    Alcohol Distillation and its Origins

    7 years ago

    Many races assert that the alcohol distillation process was invented by them and they were the first to distill alcohol as a beverage, but there is insufficient evidence to bestow the honor on any one group....

  • Ancient Aztec Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays
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    Ancient Aztec Festivals, Celebrations and Holidays

    2 years ago

    In this article I collected in one place the most significant ancient Aztec festivals, holidays and celebrations. These traditional festivals were an important part of the everyday life of the Aztecs...

  • Traditional Japanese Koto Music - A History
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    Traditional Japanese Koto Music - A History

    7 years ago

    The ancestry of the Japanese koto can be traced back to the Asian mainland. However, traditional music for the Japanese koto has little in common with that of its Chinese and Korean relatives. Its history in Japan spans more than twelve centuries,...

  • How to Serve Eau De Vie - French Colorless Brandy
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    How to Serve Eau De Vie - French Colorless Brandy

    6 years ago

    Eau De Vie (also eaux de vie) is a French word that refers to spirits distilled from fermented fruits such as raspberry, strawberry, plum etc. It is essentially the same as the Latin aqua vitae or water of life...

  • Wine Tasting Chart To Identify Familiar Aromas And Flavors In Wine
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    Wine Tasting Chart To Identify Familiar Aromas And Flavors In Wine

    7 years ago

    The wine taste chart presented here is a useful tool for your memory to identify aromas and flavours that are not always apparent at first sip of a glass of wine. These are almost always everyday aromas that we all know well, but cannot put a name...

  • Understanding European Wine Labels
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    Understanding European Wine Labels

    5 years ago

    Looking at and understanding European, such as French or German, wine labels can be the world's most confusing experience. Do you know the feeling when you look at a bottle and you are unable to collect even the most basic information from its label, because you are unable to translate the meaning...

  • Product Types, Service Types and Selling Them
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    Product Types, Service Types and Selling Them

    7 years ago

    Raw materials, such as wood, iron, cotton or oil, are used to to make or manufacture other products. A group of related products marketed by a manufacturer are called a product line. This grouping of different products is almost always logical. For...

  • What is the Marketing Mix? The Eight Ps, Four Cs, As and Os.
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    What is the Marketing Mix? The Eight Ps, Four Cs, As and Os.

    7 years ago

    The marketing mix is an assortment of techniques and their combinations used to market a new brand. These techniques are often called the four Ps or more recently the eight Ps. Product is used to refer to the range of products or services that...

  • Hungarian Cuisine: Dobosh Torte Cake
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    Hungarian Cuisine: Dobosh Torte Cake

    6 years ago

    Dobosh torte is a rich sponge cake consisting of six layers filled with rich chocolate buttercream and topped with caramel. It was named after its inventor, the Hungarian pastry chef József C. Dobos in 1884. Dobosh torte is the most famous cake...

  • Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan Al-Azdi (Geber)
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    Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan Al-Azdi (Geber)

    7 years ago

    Abu Musa Jābir ibn Hayyān Al-Azdi was born in 721 in Tous and died in 815 in Kufa. He was a prominent polymath: a chemist and alchemist, astronomer and astrologer, engineer, geologist, philosopher, physicist, pharmacist and physician. He was the...

  • Letter Endings, Letter Closings
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    Letter Endings, Letter Closings

    7 years ago

    Have you ever felt it's boring to use the same letter endings or letter closings over and over again? Sometimes, a good, flippant closure does not come naturally, so it's always useful to have a list of possibilities at your fingertips. Informal...

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