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How to Become a "Chief"
In honor of Presidents' Day, today we will look at the word 'chief.' The word 'chief' is used in many ways to denote a person ...
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Candy: A Sweet and Short Story
Candy, or sweets, is a child's favorite delicacy. From lollipops to chocolate—yes, chocolate falls under the 'candy/sweets' ...
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Tea, Chai, Camellia; One Plant, Many Words
From the mountainous region of Southwest China, across the perilous oceans to the dainty tea rooms of London, and to the lazy ...
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The Troubled History and Journey of “Cotton”
Cotton is a fiber that grows on a shrub. Archeologists have found evidence that the peoples in Mesoamerica, in what is today Mex ...
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How Did the Ox Start the Alphabet?
There are many things in our daily life that we take for granted. In most societies of the modern world, literacy, the ability ...
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Potato
Potatoes are one of the most consumed foods in the world. Fried, baked, roasted, boiled; there's a multitude of ways to eat th ...