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1. Rescue someone


2. Stare


3. Approve


4. He hasn't worked ________ he lost his job


5. Borrow something



6. I always have dinner with my family ________ Christmas Day


7. Discriminate


8. He was born ________ 1968


9. Operate


10. I hate it when people telephone ________ I'm having dinner


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  • Benefits of Bamboo Shoots

    Abstract

    Bamboo is intricately associated with humans from times immemorial. Popularly known for their industrial uses, a lesser known fact of bamboos is the usage of its young shoots as a food that can be consumed fresh, fermented, or canned. The juvenile shoots are not only delicious but are rich in nutrient components, mainly proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, and fiber and are low in fat and sugars. In addition, they contain phytosterols and a high amount of fiber that can be labeled as nutraceuticals or natural medicines that are attracting the attention of health advocates and scientists alike. The shoots are free from residual toxicity and grow without the application of fertilizers. Modern research has revealed that bamboo shoots have a number of health benefits: improving appetite and digestion, weight loss, and curing cardiovascular diseases and cancer.


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