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His own testimony is that he has read very little in the history of the South, implying that what he knows of that history has come to him orally and that he knows the world around him primarily from his own unassisted observation.
But far from being concerned about whether or not Russia will have achieved Utopia by 1980, the world is watching Moscow today primarily for clues as to whether or not there will be nuclear Armageddon in the immediate future.
The credit provdied by the first two services in the system outlined above is primarily for general agricultural purposes.
The problem for the city apartment dweller is primarily to plan the use of existing space.
There is a rapidly growing demand for this material, primarily from the military.
At the present time the research team which pioneered this new technique is primarily interested in advancing and perfecting it.
The detergent active is that substance which primarily acts to remove greasy soils.
Biological warfare is considered to be primarily a strategic weapon.
However, this artery is known to be a nutrient vessel with a distribution primarily to the proximal airways and supportive tissues of the lung.
There is some indication from a limited number of interviews with members of the population that the element of power, primarily the voluntary influence of non-authoritative power, has been exerted on actors in the system, particularly in regard to mate selection.
'' Boundary maintenance for this group would seem to be primarily social, as is the preference for endogamy.
In this case it is primarily a matter of conflict of racial groups rather than social-class groups.
And if we can see that what we meant to say remains the same, while the feeling varies from intensity to near zero, it is not the feeling that we primarily meant to express.
Although it is not possible to sunder old and new in this era, I shall consider in the present chapter primarily the first decades of the eighth century and shall interpret them as an apogee of the first stage of Greek civilization.
another reports that a cellular polypropylene, primarily for use in wire coating applications, is being investigated.
World production of about 1 million tons is divided primarily between Africa ( 63 percent ) and South America ( 27 percent ).
This conclusion is dependent on the assumption that traditional sex mores will continue to sanction both premarital chastity as the `` ideal '', and the double standard holding females primarily responsible for preserving the ideal.
She may well be incapacitated by it when she is confronted with present and future alternatives -- e.g., whether to prepare primarily for a career or for the role of a homemaker ; ;
For example, it is evinced by the adolescent ( or adult ) whose beliefs and actions represent primarily his rebellion and reaction against the ideas and behavior patterns of others, rather than his inner conviction and choice.
The justification in Christian conscience of the use of any mode of resistance also lays down its limitation -- in the distinction between the persons against whom pressure is primarily directed, those upon whom it may be permitted also to fall, and those who may never be directly repressed for the sake even of achieving some great good.
Although both concede they would like to hit 60, they stick primarily to the baseball player's standard quote: `` The important thing is to win the pennant ''.
The Belgians were interested primarily in the economic development of the Congo, which is rich in copper, tin, cobalt, manganese, zinc, and uranium, and cotton and palm oil.
For it is primarily in community that we know and experience spirit.
It means to do it and to know one is doing it, but as only a secondary if certain effect of the good one primarily does and intends.
Folk music is primarily distinguished by several styles.

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It now once again makes Bovril using beef extract and a chicken variety using chicken extract, although the vegetarian formula is still sold in some countries, such as Australia and Hong Kong.
" 9: 2 If the passage in Isaiah is interpreted literally, a return to the vegetarian diet of Eden seems to be a natural conclusion. Gen 1: 29-30
Teochew cuisine is particularly well known for its seafood and vegetarian dishes and is commonly regarded as being healthy.
Vegetarian cuisine is known as zhāicài ("( Buddhist ) vegetarian food ") in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan ; đồ chay in Vietnam ; in Japan ; sachal eumsik (" temple food ") in Korea and by other names in many countries.
East Asian " Buddhist " cuisine differs from Western vegetarian cuisine in one aspect, that is avoidance of killing plant life.
The food that a strict Buddhist takes, even if not a vegetarian, is also specific.
The curds and whey are separated using rennet, an enzyme complex normally produced from the stomachs of newborn calves ( in vegetarian or kosher cheeses, bacterial -, yeast-or mould-derived chymosin is used ).
# Langar – A communal vegetarian meal also call free kitchen is an important feature of the Sikh way of life, and food is served to everyone at the end of a Sikh service.
For example, the vegetarian dish " Chaniotiko Boureki " ( oven baked slices of potatoes with zucchini, myzithra cheese and mint ) is a typical dish in western Crete, in the region of Chania.
It is a religion that requires monks and laity, from all its sects and traditions, to be vegetarian.
These cards can be used to determine, for example, a given customer's favorite brand of beer, or whether he or she is a vegetarian.
The two dietary styles share enough similarities that a vegetarian and even vegan version of macrobiotics is not uncommon.
It is the position of the American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada that appropriately planned vegetarian diets are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.
Following that there is usually a longer stage during which the tadpole lives off a vegetarian diet.
An ovo-lacto vegetarian ( or lacto-ovo vegetarian ) is a vegetarian who does not eat animal flesh of any kind, but consumes dairy and egg products.
In contrast, a vegetarian who consumes no animal products at all is called a vegan.
Generally speaking, when one uses the term vegetarian a lacto-ovo vegetarian is assumed.
In the airline industry, a lacto-ovo vegetarian meal is known by the acronym VLML ( for Vegetarian, Lacto-ovo MeaL ).
Vada pav is a popular vegetarian fast food dish in Mumbai and other regions in the Maharashtra in India.

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