Question: Why do Indians have long hair? Excerpt:ббб For most Indians, hair was only cut under certain circumstancesБ Many Dine, or Navajo, cut childrenБs hair on their first birthday and then do not cut it againБ Among some tribes, hair was cut as part of tribal mourning customsБYou can imagine how it must have felt for many native children to have their hair cut against their will upon entrance into U. S. government-run boarding schools (see page 138). What is it about long hair that lends itself to be thought of as something uniquely Native American? Even in my own experience I attempted to grow my hair long to be more Indian. It didnБt work. My hair is thick and wavy. Not only does it grow in length, but in width. So much for that long black braid I was dreaming of! For many of us,
Stink bugs, during the fall months, look to burrow inside things. During the summer and other months they feed on vegetables, using their mouth parts to pierce the flesh of vegetables and plants, sucking out the juices. That leaves dimples and withered parts of the fruit or vegetable, making them unsalable. They look for places to stay warm (even in California) when the weather gets cooler. They will use cracks in siding, brick and roofing to get into the walls and between the walls of and other structures. They then sort of hibernate inside there during the cold months, but when the heater kicks on and the house warms up, they can revive and seek out the warmth and end up inside. Given that information, there are things homeowners can do to prevent stink bugs from ever setting up their
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Many offerings are typically served alongside the main dishso many that, because of the amount of food, the is sometimes served midday or early afternoon to make time for all the eating, and preparation may begin at dawn or on days prior. Copious are also common following the meal properly. Traditional Thanksgiving foods are sometimes specific to the day of riced potatoes, and although some of the foods might be seen at any semi-formal meal in the United States, the meal often has something of a ritual or traditional quality. Many Americans would say it is "incomplete" without, or dressing, and, and. Other commonly served dishes include and, the latter often prepared with sweeteners such as, or. Fresh, canned, or frozen is popular and are frequently served; in particular, a product
Let me give you a little back story. As many of you know, I m new to, and one of the first things we get to do is join a message board full of all the bloggers (sciblings) here. Well, suffice it to say, a contentious discussion took place between me and, which resulted in my being called in front of the entire world. So, what better way to make peace than by having me an astrophysicist answer a question about physiology?! Let s take a look at what I ve got, since I m a frequent solicitor of questions: Why is my pee yellow in the morning, but clear in the evening? The human body is a favorite topic of mine, and has been ever since I answered the question of Well, let s take a look at what s in your pee: Sure, a whole lot of ions and chemicals, salts, proteins, enzymes, hormones, and other
Psychologists working in education study the social, emotional and cognitive processes involved in learning and apply their findings to improve the learning process. Some specialize in the educational development of a specific group of people such as children, adolescents or adults, while others focus on specific learning challenges such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or dyslexia. No matter the population they are studying, these professionals are interested in teaching methods, the instructional process and different learning outcomes. How much does the time of day when new information is introduced influence whether a person retains that information? What does culture have to do with how we process new ideas? How does age affect our ability to develop new skills,
You know you are in a Catholic townPwhen,PonlyPduring Lent, every single restaurant advertises one item on their menu: fish! I have even noticed how major fast-food chains point out on their fliers the date of Ash Wednesday! Suddenly everyone cares about the liturgical seasons of the Church! So why is it that the Church instructs Catholics to abstain from meat on Fridays (as well as Ash Wednesday and Good Friday), but gives the thumbs-up Pfor Catholics to eat fish? Sounds fishy to me! First of all we must ask the question, why Friday? The Catholic peoples from time immemorial have set apart Friday for special penitential observance by which they gladly suffer with Christ that they may one day be glorified with Him. This is the heart of the tradition of abstinence from meat on Friday
Work on your flexibility. Being flexible is one of the most important qualities of a gymnast. If you want to be a gymnast, you can start working on your flexibility right now. Doing stretches and other exercises every day will make your body more limber, allowing you to perform gymnastics moves with grace and ease. Being flexible also improves your coordination. To improve your flexibility, do these exercises every day: Do neck rotations and try to bring your ears as close as possible to your shoulders without raising them. Next is the shoulder stretch, where you pull one arm at a time across your chest. ...
Fingernails are made by living skin cells in your fingers. So a skin condition such as may lead to fingernail ridges. can also cause these ridges. If your body is low in protein, or vitamin A, a deficiency can sometimes be revealed by ridges in your fingernails. Vertical ridges are furrows that run from the tip of your fingernail down to the cuticle. They are sometimes called longitudinal striations or bands. Slight vertical ridges in fingernails often develop in older adults, possibly due to a slowing of cell turnover. This is when new skin cells produced below the surface of your skin rise up to take the place of dead cells that are discarded from the surface. ...
Many people wish to work at Google, Microsoft or at IBM because of the benefits. Not many can make it. This article discusses one of the reasons БWhy do you want to work here? Б STOP, itБs a tricky question! The answer to the question Бwhy do you want to work for our company? Б is a key factor (make or break) in the companyБs decision as to whether one would fit the position or not. It appears that many companies Б big companies, startup companies and even schools and institutes keep asking this question during an interview. What does the employer want to know by asking this question? 1. Are you going to take any job offer (shooting in all directions. ) or did youб seriously consider your job search target and career objectives? 2. What do you know about the company and this job? Have