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  • why do we pray the hail mary

    Consider saying the Three Hail Marys. This is a traditional Roman Catholic practice of reciting three Hail Marys in sequence as a petition for purity and other virtues. Say these Hail Marys after waking in the morning; say them before going to bed at night, after examining your conscience. Say the following prayers in successionБeach punctuated by one standard Hail MaryБto honor Mary\’s power, wisdom, and mercy: Say the following words before the first Hail…

  • why do we slip on a muddy road

    When we drag a drum, it has more friction on the surface, while when we roll a drum it has less friction. Hence rolling a drum causes less friction and easy to transport. Similarly walking on sand causes more resistance ( i. e 1 more friction) on foot, causing difficult to walk. While on concrete there is lesser resistance (i. e 5 less friction compared to that of sand and foot), resulting in an easier…

  • why do we should protect our environment

    3. The problems with chemical Other farming practices can impact the climate. Pesticides and fertilizers are widely used in farming, and are often made from fossil fuels. Manufacturing and transporting these chemicals uses some amounts of energy and produces. Studies have shown that chemical farming uses more energy than organic farms, which do not use these chemicals. In addition, the use of nitrogen fertilizers in soils produces nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas that is approximately…

  • why do you have to have a root canal

    What Is a Root Canal? The term root canal can refer to both the inner part (passages) of the tooth between the pulp and tooth roots, and to the dental procedure used to remove infected material and relieve root canal pain. The root canals contain nerves and blood vessels. Once an adult tooth has emerged from the gums, the tooth s nerve doesn t serve a specific purpose other than sensing heat, cold, and other…

  • why do we raise money for comic relief

    Since Comic Relief started, some of the star turns have, at times, tested the forbearance of the British public. Yet even the more bizarre offerings have also seemed to strike a chord. In 1986, Cliff Richard and the cast of The Young Ones released Living Doll to raise funds for the charity. It sold more than half a million copies and went straight to number one. In 1991, there was The Stonk, a \”musical\” creation…