cExams.net

Word Search :
mixologist

n.
1.an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar

--- >>>

Word of the Day

--- >>>
  • mixing faucet
  • mixing bowl
  • mixing
  • mixer
  • mixed-up
  • mixed-blood
  • mixed nuisance
  • mixed metaphor
  • mixed marriage
  • mixed farming
  • mixture
  • mizen
  • mizenmast
  • mizzen
  • mizzen course
  • mizzenmast
  • mizzle
  • mko
  • ml
  • mlitt
  • vena hepatica
  • charles franklin peirce
  • strenuous
  • cardinalate
  • robolo
  • bodybuilder
  • internal revenue agent
  • al-ummah
  • magdalena
  • mammothermography

  • Idiom of the Day

    off the beaten track
    not well known or often used, unusual
    Last night, we went to a small restaurant that was off the beaten track.



    1.
    EXTRAVAGANT

    Login/Register to access massive collection of FREE questions and answers.
    Login/Register

  • Expensive Things Youll Need In Your Dream House
  • Benefits of Chocolate
  • Benefits of Apples
  • Count Your Roses to Decode Your Valentines Hidden Message
  • Spectacular Hiking Trails Around The World
  • Heena Mehandi Designs

  • SuperFood

    Bell Peppers Red Yellow Green Orange

    Bell peppers originated in Mexico, but they have traveled to all corners of the world and are essential to countless national cuisines. Bell peppers are the mild-mannered members of the capsicum family—not fiery, but sweet, which is what they are often called.
    In addition to the relatively common colors of red, yellow, green, and orange, bell peppers can be found in many other colors from white to black, with purple, blue, maroon, and brown in between. As with other brightly colored fruits (peppers are technically a fruit, though they are used primarily as a vegetable in cooking), the pigments are a rich source of phytochemicals with antioxidant potential, including chlorogenic acid (which slows the release of glucose in the bloodstream), zeaxanthin (one of the two pigments, along with lutein, that are found in the retina), and coumaric acid (which may help prevent stomach cancer by inhibiting the formation of nitrosamines).
    Green bell peppers are somewhat less sweet in taste and may have fewer phytochemical pigments than the other colors.
    106 A good source of vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, and the B vitamins thiamine, B6, and folic acid, peppers lower homocysteine levels in the blood (which reduces a known risk factor for heart attack) and provide support for eyes against retinal degeneration.
    Peppers are low in calories, high in fiber, and 93 percent water by weight. They are one of the best vegetables for sustained release of hydration into the system— a kind of time-release water.
    Nutritional Facts :
    One-half cup of chopped raw bell peppers provides 14 calories, 3.2 g carbohydrate, 0.4 g protein, 0.1 g fat, 0.9 g dietary fiber, 316 IU vitamin A, 45 mg vitamin C, 11 mcg folic acid, 89 mg potassium, 10 mg phosphorus, 5 mg calcium, and 5 mg magnesium.


    Chourishi Systems