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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Maize 1834805The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Maize Maize. See Corn.
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  • Perfect Flowers in Maize By E. G. Montgomery 1538825Popular Science Monthly Volume 79 October 1911 — Perfect Flowers in Maize By E. G. Montgomery1911
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  • Leopard in the Maize-farm: a Lower Congo Folk-Tale 1184027Folk-Lore. Volume 20 — Number 2 (June). Collectanea: The Leopard in the Maize-farm: a Lower
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  • hand, may be false at the outset. The story of the birth and evolution of maize, the plant at the basis of our national prosperity, is of interest not only
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  • Areas of the New World Eastern United States is embraced in the eastern maize area. Beginning at the Colorado River and extending down through the Isthmus
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  • Volume 17 — Mealie MEALIE, the South African name for Indian corn or maize. The word as spelled represents the pronunciation of the Cape Dutch milje
    332 bytes (55 words) - 15:18, 24 December 2012
  • Woman Pounding Maize into Meal 19   5. The Distribution of Maize and Manioc 24   6. Pueblo Indian Planting Maize 26   7. Cultivating Maize and Squashes
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  • was, the maize or corn should have been boiled. It makes a delicious dish, eaten with milk or cream. In the early days of New England, maize was the principal
    626 bytes (18 words) - 20:56, 11 October 2013
  • maize, had come into favour, the quantity of these substances used being in 1905 125,671 bushels of unmalted corn and 1,348,558 cwt. of rice, maize,
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  • young girl with the Maize Goddess appears to be complete. The golden maize-cobs which she wore round her neck, the artificial maize-cobs which she carried
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  • Snow — Show me the Bells — Show me the Jay! Quibbled the Jay — Where be the Maize — Where be the Haze — Where be the Bur? Here — said the Year —
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  • skins of deer and beaver.      All around the happy village Stood the maize-fields, green and shining, Waved the green plumes of Mondamin, Waved his
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  • railways in the neighbourhood, and the growth of shipping at Bilbao. The low flat country round Baracaldo is covered with maize, pod fruit and vines.
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  • valleys, and the climate is mild. The soil is fertile, producing wheat, maize, grapes, figs, pomegranates and wine. Cattle and horses are bred. Honey
    237 bytes (213 words) - 00:31, 12 October 2015
  • Zoque-Mixe family nubers about 50,000, of whom about half are Zoque, engaged chiefly in cultivating maize and tobacco and in growing oranges. A. A. MacErlean.
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  • Vegetation 328 English as an International Language 337 Perfect Flowers in Maize 346 The Sounds of ch and j 350 The Relative Importance of Mental Pain 355
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  • Fejérváry-Mayer, p. 27. 21. A human sacrifice. Codex Laud, p.8 (Kingsborough). 22. Maize (Zea mays). Codex Vienna, p. 17. 26. Tepoztecatl, one of the octli (or pulque)
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  • giant am I! Aloft here in my tower, With my granite jaws I devour The maize, and the wheat, and the rye, And grind them into flour. I look down over
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  • for it in the London market—Maize of New South Wales superior to that of the United States—Prices to which Wheat and Maize must fall in Sydney to allow
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  • effect saccharification (see Spirits), but at the present day potatoes and maize are the staple raw materials from which this spirit is manufactured, and
    247 bytes (130 words) - 10:14, 10 May 2014

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