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In Uncategorized

What personal traits does a baker have?

It's impossible to say. People are all different. Some useful traits would be precision, attention to detail, enough scientific thinking to understand what you are doing, an (MORE)
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Who are the allies of France?

Today they are many and various, but the most important ones are the other members of NATO.
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What is the Meaning of India?

It's a corruption of the Sanskrit word 'sindhu' which means 'body of water'. It is thought this refers to the Indus river, though the word can be used for any large piece of (MORE)

How can you demonstrate that water molecules are polar?

The fact that ionic substances tend to dissolve in water is a big clue. Another one which is also great fun is the 'bending water' trick. You need a polythene rod and a fuzz (MORE)
In Mammals

Why do placental mammals have a small egg?

I presume you refer to the ovum which is produced and fertilized internally. A bird's or reptile's egg is much larger because most of it is food to nourish the developing emb (MORE)