• Pulque has a resurgence in Mexico - Chicago Tribune
Pulque has a resurgence in Mexico - Chicago Tribune

But now, the nutrient-rich beverage is reemerging among a new generation of Mexicans. The Aztecs revered the Pulque, was reserved for the highest social classes and for the most majestic occasions. Carlos Eladio Contreras, an organizer of the festival, that it is a question of rescuing the traditions. "Before they had the pulque as a frown,...

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  • Renault-Nissan Alliance, example of sustainable manufacturing - Nissan Online Newsroom
Renault-Nissan Alliance, example of sustainable manufacturing - Nissan Online Newsroom

This achievement is a result of the leadership of Nissan's alliance with Renault, not only for the development and drive of electric vehicles, but also for the constant search for technologies Today, a vehicle manufacturer faces three main challenges: climate change, environmental quality that has been deteriorating in Large cities and resource...

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  • Teachers Travelers: June 2011
Teachers Travelers: June 2011

Here are a couple of my favorite stanzas from one of my favorite poems of all time. Enjoy! H appy S ummer !!: o) 1 AFOOT and light-hearted I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me wherever I choose.

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  • Traditions at Easter in Italy
Traditions at Easter in Italy

Highlighted Processions Processions during Passover Are taken very seriously among the participants, who are mourning the death of Christ. Many of the processions are quite emotional as well as a funeral. A procession takes place where hundreds of people carry a wooden wheelbarrow with more than 500 years of antiquity. Once in the Piazza del Du...

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  • Viva Lila Downs! | Erasing Borders
Viva Lila Downs! | Erasing Borders

The singer / songwriter is a child of both. The singer / songwriter is a child of both. , a father of art from Minnesota and her mother to Mixtec Indian cabaret singer from the State of Oaxaca, Mexico. The singer / songwriter is a daughter of both nations, His father an art teacher from Minnesota and his mother an Indian Mixteca who sings in ca...

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  • EBird Central America
EBird Central America

EBird generally follows the AOS taxonomy, and on August 15, 2017, your old records will be automatically changed to reflect this new taxonomy. After the update, take a look at your life list and who knows, maybe you won a few "lifers armchair!" From September 1 to 7, 2017, We celebrated shorebirds on eBird together with Gyorgy Szimuli, an avid eBir...

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  • The American who founded the bird park in Copan
The American who founded the bird park in Copan

It was the foreigner Lloyd Davidson, of Knoxville, Tennessee (USA) who founded this park in December of 2001, in love with the vegetation and the perfect climate of Copan Ruinas. It all began in Roatan when I agreed in the early 1990's to care for a collection of unwanted parrots for several months and the time passed. I accidently became the bird ...

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  • BirdSleuth-International - Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12: Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12
BirdSleuth-International - Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12: Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12

You can watch a video of the workshop in Colombia (in Spanish with English subtitles) below: BirdSleuth-International staff has taught workshops in 8 countries, including The Bahamas, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua, Costa Rica , Colombia, and Peru.

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  • Similarities between the bones of humans, birds and bats | ASU - Ask A Biologist
Similarities between the bones of humans, birds and bats | ASU - Ask A Biologist

But in the interior there are many similarities between the arms of humans, birds and bats. Did you know that humans, birds and bats have exactly the same type and number of bones in their arms? These organs share the same arm bones because they all evolved from a common ancestor.

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  • Pajaros photos on Flickr | Flickr
Pajaros photos on Flickr | Flickr

I finally managed to recognize when goodbye is goodbye, loneliness devoured me and we were two. The night birds return They fly blind on the sea, The whole night is a mirror, loneliness I'm just a lost bird I'm coming back from the afterlife to be confused with a sky Thank you all for your comments ...

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  • Baccharis linearis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baccharis linearis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It is a species of sub-shrub growth habit (1.5 to 2.0 m in height), of diclinic-dioica sexuality with a dispersion of its seeds of anemócora type *. This species conforms the early succession on degraded soils, is resistant to drought and low availability of nutrients in soils *.

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  • Alternative to traditional lawn in & quot; Planting Design for Dry Gardens & quot; From Olivier Filippi
Alternative to traditional lawn in & quot; Planting Design for Dry Gardens & quot; From Olivier Filippi

The book I discussed today, in English, went on sale a year ago (January 2016) and is currently not available in Spanish. I hope to translate, as happened in his day with his first book Garden without irrigation, a book that has become the "bible" of many professionals and amateurs to design gardens, with a clear purpose to face the drought and Fol...

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  • Smart Water photos on Flickr | Flickr
Smart Water photos on Flickr | Flickr

This is a natural reservation very scarce in vegetation, where the soil is made of dried mud coming out from small volcanoes mouths. The land is soft, but it is possible to walk on it. The mud dries off at the surface, creating volcano-like, solid, cone-shaped structures. The expelled mud is cold from the very beginning, as it comes from inside...

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  • Adonis annua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adonis annua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It is very variable in terms of pubescence, and can be found from very pubescent including stem to glabrous. The leaves are feathery, and may or may not show pubescence; are divided from the stem into linear segments. Adonis : generic name that according to annua : Latin epithet for" annual ". Adonis, oto adonis black adonis, Adonis f...

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  • Cut Flowers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cut Flowers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Many gardeners collect the flowers from their own gardens, however in most countries there is a cut flower trade at an industrial level. Harvested plant species vary in relation to climate, culture and the local economic level. Sometimes flowers are collected without stem or leaves, to be used in the hair, in the buttonhole, in events where they ar...

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  • Creative Flower Arrangements
Creative Flower Arrangements

Construction differs from type c assembly. a. The concept of total abstraction is optional in a Construction, and b. Materials in Construction are limited, in Assembly no. The Construction differs from the Sculptural Form in which the former requires a stable and strong base created in geometric form / s with inner space, a Sculptural Form D...

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  • Cable 25 Conductors x 1.32 mm² - YouTube
Cable 25 Conductors x 1.32 mm² - YouTube

The characteristics of the Cable 25 Conductors x 1.32 mm², is that it has a gray cover, has conductors of Black color and they are numbered, the ground conductor is Color Green / Yellow, and is gauge 1.32 mm² INNOVATIVE cables are available in a variety of configurations to allow the correct cable to be selected for your bending application.

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  • Ryan warns Trump not to shut down government over border security funding
Ryan warns Trump not to shut down government over border security funding

President Trump is going to make sure his Mexico border wall gets built - and that Congress pays for it, his White House counselor said Thursday. Trump followed his wall tweet up with another threatening to pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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  • Poems To Welcome Spring! | Alice Walker | The Official Website for the American Novelist & amp; Poet
Poems To Welcome Spring! | Alice Walker | The Official Website for the American Novelist & amp; Poet

A new world Is coming But it will not be this same one. Somewhat improved. After devastation > Mother Will not be troubled again For many eternities. They are of all shapes and sizes under the sun. Sometimes they are deformed if the original can be named thus, as we would Others north. There are hoe scrapes there are br...

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