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  1. Grapefruit (4275 bytes)
    33: ...t-diet.html Grapefruit Diet]- Overview, permitted foods, diet plan, advantages and disadvantages.
  2. Middle Colonies (4101 bytes)
    5: ... was used to make cloth; corn was one of the main foods the eaten in the colonies. Meat could come from w...
  3. Botany (8977 bytes)
  4. Hillary Rodham Clinton (17176 bytes)
    27: Blair was outside counsel to [[Tyson Foods]]. While Hillary Clinton said she made the decis...
  5. Gastrointestinal tract (16612 bytes)
    86: ...n, noodles, fruits, and vegetables. Many of these foods contain both starch and fiber.
    93: Foods such as meat, eggs, and beans consist of giant mo...
    110: ...produce an acid for dissolving and digesting some foods. It is also necessary for the normal growth of th...
  6. Pancreas (4781 bytes)
    19: ...ymes that break down all categories of digestible foods.
  7. Tooth (14790 bytes)
    2: ...[[Molar (tooth)|Molar]]s are used for grinding up foods
    5: ...canine tooth|Canine]]s are used for tearing apart foods and sometimes called "cuspids"
    6: * [[Incisor]]s are used for cutting foods
    63: ...m|bacteria]] in the mouth live off the remains of foods, especially [[sugar]]s. In the absence of [[oxyge...
    65: ...If there is sufficient time between the intake of foods (two to three hours) and the damage is limited th...
  8. Bee (11175 bytes)
    67: ...ces a [[toxin]]. When infants are weaned to solid foods, their [[digestive system]] becomes [[acid]] enou...
  9. Australia (39438 bytes)
    156: ...er]]" remain specialty items. Uniquely Australian foods include the [[Tim Tam]] biscuit and the salty [[y...
  10. Madagascar (29377 bytes)
    182: ... Ravalomanana rose to prominence through his agro-foods [[TIKO]] company, and is known for attempting to ...
  11. Kyrgyzstan (23226 bytes)
    136: ...ls, most machinery, wood and paper products, some foods, and some construction materials. Its leading tra...
  12. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    459: ...f [[Ghazni]] and others. Many cultural practices, foods and monuments, shrines, have been inherited from ...
  13. Israel (51605 bytes)
    156: ...by the Chief Rabbinate. Importation of non-kosher foods is prohibited, but there are a few local pork far...
  14. Honey (11666 bytes)
    73: ...ken without endangering the bees. When sources of foods for the bees are short the beekeeper may have to ...
  15. Babe Ruth (55357 bytes)
    104: ...rtions were cut down, she reduced his [[starchy]] foods and desserts, and forced him to eat more [[meat]]...
    160: ...uced to a whisper. He would be unable to swallow foods, and had to be fed with feeding tubes. He also w...
  16. Delaware (15006 bytes)
    150: ...rial outputs include chemical products, processed foods, paper products, rubber and plastic products. De...
  17. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    146: ... is the manufacture and sale of novelty goods and foods for [[Cottage industry|cottage industries]] and [...
  18. List of people by name: U (6532 bytes)
    50: ...seph A.]] Born (1925), former president of [[Goya Foods]]
  19. Spider (29039 bytes)
    140: ... digested fluids out. Spiders consume only liquid foods. Many spiders will store prey temporarily while t...
  20. List of reference tables (55289 bytes)
    433: *[[List of foods named after people]]

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