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Sobre a autora Daniela Medina nasceu em 1991, em Salvador, Bahia. Foi a partir de sua incursão no mundo do vegetarianismo, no ano de 2017, quando começou um processo de conscientização sobre seus hábitos e as formas de viver em maior harmonia com a natureza. A partir disso, a sustentabilidade ofereceu um mundo de possibilidades […]

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The Importance of English-Arabic Translation

This article is devoted to the English Arabic translation; it will lay the light on the definition of translation, the importance of English Arabic translation, the difficulty idioms impose to translators, the qualities of a good translator and the necessity for translation in general. Translation in Dr. Hasanuddin Ahmed’s words is: “the action or process […]

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Bed Bugs Terror

Bed bugs are copper-colored bloodsucking insects which do not have wings. They are active mostly during the night. They are scroungers; they feed on the blood of other beings. These insects infest the bedding and furnishings of houses and even nests of animals. The body heat of humans attracts them, and they prefer dining on […]

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Bed Bugs Terror

Bed bugs are copper-colored bloodsucking insects which do not have wings. They are active mostly during the night. They are scroungers; they feed on the blood of other beings. These insects infest the bedding and furnishings of houses and even nests of animals. The body heat of humans attracts them, and they prefer dining on […]

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Shisendo, the Poetic Vision of Ichikawa Jozan

Above all else, Ichikawa Jozan was a poet. Perhaps it was his ability to manipulate words into phrases of great meaning that made his creation of Shisendo Temple and Garden in Tokyo possible. The very skills needed to coax words into their necessary order are similar to those used by a gardener when training a […]

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Indigenous People Weaving Culture in Cambodia

Currently, Mondulkiri Indigenous People’s Association for Development (MIPAD), which has been supported by Plan International Cambodia, is carrying out its activities under the project “Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation of Indigenous Communities in Mondulkiri”. In this regard, MIPAD has sent a project team to study and research the history of textile weaving and […]

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Indigenous People Weaving Culture in Cambodia

Currently, Mondulkiri Indigenous People’s Association for Development (MIPAD), which has been supported by Plan International Cambodia, is carrying out its activities under the project “Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation of Indigenous Communities in Mondulkiri”. In this regard, MIPAD has sent a project team to study and research the history of textile weaving and […]