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There was a time when people believed that the different sections of the tongue are meant to taste different flavors but according to research, this is not true. There are some parts of the tongue that are more sensitive to certain flavors but the whole tongue can taste the different flavors...Read More

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Only - maybe - if thats the only part of your body that isnt warmly covered. source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/dec/17/medicalresearch-humanbehaviour

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Fact

Hard to believe, we know. To simplify it, a day is defined by the time it takes for the sun to get to the same part of the sky as it was the day before. It takes more than one spin to complete a day, because we have to make up for the distance weve moved around the sun. If youre...
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The girls were questioned by soldiers on their way home from school

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The correct answer to this question is actually incorrect as the question also states, that a space comes before the next letter. Nothing before something. Therefore the truely correct answer to this question would have been Elizabeth Peters.

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Direct and indirect characterization have many similiarities and differences. they are similiar because they are both types of characterization and they both help give the reader a sense of the characters. even though they both help the reader, they do it in different ways. direct characterization...Read More

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Stories that are made upby the writer. It could be based on a real event or imagined.

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Fact

Of course! source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Armstrong

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Fiction-carbohydrates do not cause weight gain unless they contribute to excess calorie intake. the same holds true for protein and fat. findings from the national weight control registry show that people who successfully maintain weight loss tend to eat diets that are higher in carbohydrates and...Read More

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