1Creeping BellflowerCampanula rapunculoidesAprille Kearsey • AGN 1740 • 11 March, 2014Family: CampanulaceaeSpecies: Campanula rapunculoidesLife cycle: Creeping PerennialIdenti?cation:Size:low growing clumped foliage in spring1m tall ?owering spike in the summerClassified as Noxious in the Alberta Weed Control Act.Flowers:purple 2-3cm long nodding bells,composed READ MORE
Malay, is part of the Austronesian family of languages. Also known as the “Malayo-Polynesian” languages. Now, Malay was not a borrowed language for it is a language that is unique to its own culture. However, anthropologists today theorize two places READ MORE
J PROD INNOV MANAG 2006;23:19–25r 2006 Product Development & Management AssociationDisruptive Innovation: In Need of Better TheoryAConstantinos MarkidesChristensen’s (1997) original theory focused ondisruptive technologies. Over time, the sametheory has been used to explain all kinds ofdisruptive innovations. This is a READ MORE
Have you ever wondered what a true hero is like? When people say hero, they usually think of cartoon characters like Superman, Spiderman, or SpongeBob. But for me, I will think of my mom. My mom is caring, encouraging, and READ MORE
They won lots of battles and lost lots of battles over two and a half thousand years.
New Stone Age weapons included sharpened rocks (a.k.a. knives in our day), bow-and-arrows, and rock jewelry, so yes, The New Stone Age weapons are very common to the tools to this day. -HotSushi
Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea Garden – Poetry Commentary Keith Douglas’s “The Behaviour of Fish in an Egyptian Tea Garden” is a poem describing an extended metaphor comparing a beautiful woman (presumably in an Egyptian tea garden, as READ MORE