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Fryer says data he and Greenstone collected seems to lean toward improvements by traditionally White institutions in educating Blacks being a big part of the reason for the decline in wages of HBCU alums.
More nursing homes are also installing dementia gardens, a feature traditionally found on assisted living sites.
Revered by Ayurvedic practitioners as "the incomparable one," holy basil has traditionally been used in this ancient system of health and well-being to treat skin conditions, snake bites, ear aches, fevers, coughs, bronchitis, and diabetes.
Jose Sanchez, 37, who heads the Aztec dancing group that performed Sunday, said the dead are thought to visit the living on Day of the Dead and the cempasuchil is traditionally placed to form a path leading them back to their resting place after the festival.
Some question how Westerners will respond to an increase of soy in their diet, especially if the increase trumps the levels traditionally consumed by Asians.
Despite the popularity of bhangra with young women, bhangra's roots as a traditionally male dance affect women's experience of the dance.
Horny goat weed has traditionally been used to treat flagging libido and impotence.
The retooling of the plant will require changing the "green end," which accepts round wood that traditionally supplied the plant with its fibre for making particleboard.
exports of coated SBS board have traditionally been approximately 20% of total U.
The first is the aristocratic warrior who takes vigorous and public action against evil; this model traditionally is gendered masculine, as in knighthood.
Traditionally, business process outsourcing, which is the delegation of a business process to an outside vendor who manages the process, has been limited primarily to corporate administrative functions, such as payroll processing, accounts receivable and payable, and cash management.