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Vishal Malik
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  • white brutalit
  • Indigenous
  • colonists
  • cultivated crops like wheat and apples
  • populations
  • pathogens
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  • d World crops such as wheat, barley, rice, and turnips had not travelled west across the Atlantic, and New World crops such as maize, white potatoes, sweet potatoes, and manioc had not travelled east to Europe.
  • travelled east to Europe.
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  • tificial re-establishment of connections through the commingling of Old and New Wo
  • 1492
  • aration
  • Millions of years ago, continental drift carried the Old World
  • Adweek
  • develop psychological
  • Steven Stack reports
  • Annual
  • Review of Clinica
  • Yale University investigators in the. A
  • adversity, trauma or tragedy
  • American Psychological Association de
  • bankruptcies and blistering castigation
  • crunch’s worst effec
  • 1995 nationwide survey conducted by the America
  • author, Dr. Rosalind Wright, believes that attitude somehow stren
  • dy of 660 volunteers by the Yale University psychologist Dr. Becca Levy found that thinking positively adds an averag
  • Chad Wallens, a social forecaster at the Henley Centr
  • Martin Seligman
  • if you can convince yourself that things will get better, the odds of it happening will improve - be­ca
  • As Brice Pitt, an emeritus professor of the psychiatry of old
  • economics and rising human distress, staunchly maintaining a rosy view might
  • scientifically backed character traits hold the key: optimism and resili­ence (if the prospect leaves you
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  • swollen stems
  • reduce dehydration
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  • absorb
  • weeds occurs by spores,
  • Radiation from the sun, the temperature level, and the length of time immersed all play a part in the zoning of seaweeds.
  • to resist long periods of exposure to the sun and
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  • plants of the deeper water
  • , the green seaweeds are mainly shallow-water algae; the browns belong to medium depths, and the
  • grow
  • into three classes determined by colour - red, brown and green - and each tends to live in a specific location
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  • extracted
  • seameal
  • gel-forming
  • carrageen or Irish moss
  • relative
  • 700 species of seaweed, some of which have n
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