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Foluso A Ajala L and T Ibrahim Effect of the addition of defatted okra seed (Abelmoschus esculentus) flour on the chemical composition, functional properties and Zn bioavailability of plantain (Musa paradisiacal Linn) flour.
We could talk of its fine sandy beaches, its turquoise lagoon, its cane-fields but you are already familiar with this paradisiacal image of Mauritius: a peaceful co-existence between communities of European, African, Indian and Chinese origin, each with its culture, religion and traditions.
Educational dolphin encounters can be arranged for guests to shake hands with IndoPacific Bottlenose dolphins at 'Dolphin Bay' or 'Diving' tours where guests enter a paradisiacal world of sunken wrecks and colourful marine life along virtually untouched UAE coastline.
164) In an even more unusual move, he placed them in the category of worldly bounties and insisted that they should not be exchanged with their paradisiacal equivalents through attainment in this world.
Swap out the raft and hop on an elephant while passing enigmatic temples in Luang Prabang, and explore the paradisiacal countryside of Cambodia and Laos.
In the "Introduction," Tigner identifies her study of the paradisiacal resonances of "real and imagined" gardens as an example of historical ecocriticism (1).
In the Hadith, Prophet Mohammad is quoted as saying, "If I had to mention a fruit that descended from paradise, I would say this [the fig] is it because the paradisiacal fruits do not have pits.
The series' action takes place on the mythical island of Fujimini, where many exotic creatures learn to coexist in an unusual, paradisiacal environment.
The Best Jobs In The World campaign is based on a 2009 initiative of the same name from Tourism Queensland, which offered one lucky applicant A$150,000 and the chance to be the "caretaker" of a paradisiacal island in the Great Barrier Reef.
Erudition in his early childhood was more than something he could acquire and hold in his possession; it represented a paradisiacal space capable of delivering him from slavery, ignorance, and misery.
From trompe l'oeil effects in simple shift dresses to designs of perfume bottles and Faberge eggs that recreate a forgotten world: 6reek-horn fashion designer Mary Katrantzou has mastered the art of the mind-boggling digital print (think paradisiacal, hyper-realistic and three-dimensional) and, in making it her own, has rendered it seemingly infallible.
But in the paradisiacal resort areas, it's not unusual to spot foreign men with attractive local women a fraction of their age, providing visible evidence of an aspect of the tourism industry neither promoted nor condemned by the government and tour operators, reports Caribbean360.