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The Difference Between ‘Each’ and ‘Every’

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The words ‘each’ and ‘every’ are commonly used and have comparable meanings. However, there are a number of main differences in their meanings and in the instances when they are used. A Comparison of ‘Each’ and&hellip

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Why do cakes rise in the middle?

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The center of the cake will rise high as the sides of the cake will be set properly when heated. The sides of the cake will be hot, and the cake will start getting baked&hellip

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Why do estrogen levels drop?

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At the time of menopause, the ovaries are found to secrete low levels of estrogen, and hence they have lower estrogen content in the body. Other than this reason, the possible reasons for a reduction&hellip

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Why does water freeze faster than oil?

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The freezing of a given substance occurs at a temperature where the liquid form of the substance, releases sufficient heat, making the liquid turn into a solid. The freezing-point of the liquid form of a&hellip

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Why do we eat turkey at Christmas?

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Rejoicing in the birth of Christ, is the purpose and in the true spirit of Christmas. Widely observed annually on the 25th of December is a day of marked with age old traditions, households with&hellip

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Why do poachers kill animals?

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In general, poaching is defined as the illegal hunting, killing or capture of animals in the wild. The term poaching comes into play in these situations as they are termed illegal: When the hunter does&hellip

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Why do eagles fly alone?

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Eagles belong to a class of called ‘raptors’ more colloquially referred to as birds of prey. Raptors are amongst the most majestic creatures in sky, they have been studied for centuries in the development on&hellip

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Why do beavers have orange teeth?

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The North American Beaver is the largest rodents inhabiting North American territories, another species of beaver is also found in some parts of Europe, called the Eurasian Beaver. They are herbivores and generally prefer maple,&hellip

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Why do atvs have thumb throttles?

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Quads or atvs (all-terrain vehicles) are gaining popularity for both recreational and pragmatic purposes. Unfortunately there has always been a great safety concern with these vehicles as they pose very meager crash protection, coupled with&hellip

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Why do actors have stage names?

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Why do actors have stage names? Stage names are the names of any actor, actress or any other famous person which is not the actual name that was given to him/her by born. These names&hellip

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Why do palm trees turn yellow?

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Why do palm trees turn yellow? Palm tree is the most beautiful among the tropical trees. This is because Palm is an evergreen tree. It can be easily found in warm areas. But for some&hellip

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WHY DO INCENTIVE PLANS FAIL?

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WHY DO INCENTIVE PLANS FAIL? Incentives are one of the most common weapons used to motivate employees these days. This is not only useful for businesses but also for the implementation of our own plan.&hellip

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Why do iguanas have a third eye?

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Why do iguanas have a third eye? There is diversity in animal life. And each and every single unique and exceptional quality makes each animal different from one another. Most people might not know about&hellip

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Why do skiers get sunburned in the winter?

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Why do skiers get sunburned in the winter? What would be the best day for skiing? A beautiful sunny day with a blue sky having no signs of cloud! Don’t be so careless for skiing&hellip

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Why do lithium compounds appear red?

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Li, Lithium is the 3rd element in the periodic table with an atomic number of 3, a soft, alkali metal with an inner metallic luster. Under standard conditions it is the lightest metal and the&hellip

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Why is transpiration important ?

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Why is transpiration important ? Transpiration means the loss of water through evaporation and refers to trees specially. Question might arise that why the transpiration is important. Transpiration is important for both humans as well&hellip

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Why is sawm important to muslims ?

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Why is sawm important to muslims ? Sawm is the Arabic name of fasting and it refers to the Islam religion based culture. Sawm is very important for muslims. Question may arise that why sawm&hellip

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Why is myelin sheath important?

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Why is myelin sheath important? Human body is a creation of the greatest scientists of all. And every single part of its body has its own activity and importance. There are a lot of details&hellip

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Why is more ram better ?

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Why is more ram better ? With the invention of various technological instruments the human races have been moving ahead. Computer has been one of the greatest inventions of science. And RAM ( Random Access&hellip

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Why do NHL players grow beards?

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Why do NHL players grow beards? The National Hockey League is a premier professional ice hockey league with 23 clubs franchised in the US and 7 in Canada. The most important league trophy is the&hellip

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Why do cobras spit venom?

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Why do cobras spit venom? Cobras are one of the most fearsome species of snake in the world. Partly this is because of their venomous bite. Cobras, when they bite, have neurotoxic venom, which can&hellip

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why is Samuel Adams important ?

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Talking about Samuel Adams refers to the history of the America. The personnel Samuel Adams is one of the significant character of history and thus a very important figure carrying out quiet a few characteristics&hellip

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Why is cranberry juice good for you ?

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One juice that fights against these many factors and keeps our body fit is cranberry juice. Cranberry juice is among the diet menu that is very good for our health. Cranberry juice is good because&hellip

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Why is deodorant flammable ?

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There are a lot of brands of deodorant in the market. And in modern times there is hardly anyone out there in the world who hasn’t tried out any of them. Almost everybody has their&hellip

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Why is exhaled air free of dust ?

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The air that we exhale is always free of dust. Human beings breathe as an inevitable tool to be alive. The breathing process contains two steps. The first one is inhaling air and then exhaling&hellip

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Why do tires need to be balanced ?

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Tires are something that has given the wheeled vehicles a new era from the pre historian period. At first there was only wheels and then emerged the concept of tires to make the particular toy&hellip

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Why do hindus wear a red dot ?

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A question like why do Hindus wear a red dot is very difficult to answer as the red dot means something again nothing. Breaking the words ‘It means something again nothing’ means here that now&hellip

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Why do purines bond with pyrimidines?

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Genetic materials such as DNA and RNA are the language of life. All of the world’s living organisms are imbued with a blueprint for their creation. And that blueprint is written in the language of&hellip

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Why do ceiling fans make noise?

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Ceiling fans are a blessing in hot areas. With climate change pushing temperatures in to extremes, people all over the world are looking at different ways of keeping cool or keeping warm. Ceiling fans can&hellip

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Why do Jovian planets bulge around the equator?

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Jovian planets by definition are planets with a large diameter and small density. In our solar system, there are four Jovian planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. They are also known as the ‘gas giants’&hellip

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Why do atoms of metals form cations?

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This is a question that always hinders us initially in our Chemistry class. All that talk of electrons, ions and valence shells has our head spinning! In reality, the concept is quite easy. For simplicity,&hellip

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Why do trees shed leaves?

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Just like we prepare for winter, trees make their own preparations. Rather than layering up with dozens of fabrics they follow the same principle of hibernation a bear follows, that is the conservation of his&hellip

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Why do palms sweat?

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We all get them before exams, and especially near results. We understand that sweaty palms signify nervousness, but very few people know the science behind it. Sweaty palms are a normal phenomenon, and can be&hellip

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Why do flies land on people?

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Flies can be really bothersome. No matter how much you shoo them away, they always seem intent to return to you. It is as if they are somehow fascinated by you, very much like a&hellip

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Why do regular polygons tessellate?

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Tessellation, typically, is defined as the method of tiling floors such that neither any gaps remain nor does any overlapping exists with the help of shapes. Generally a tessellation is formed when a certain shape&hellip

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Why is Agnes Baxter famous?

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Agnes Baxter spent a fairly ordinary childhood in Halifax. She pursued her career in the field of mathematics and mathematical physics and got a certified degree from Dalhousie University in the year 1887. At her&hellip

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Why is Ivan the Terrible so terrible?

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Ivan the terrible was born in 1530 in Russia. He is known as the Terrible which is a translation from the Russian word ‘grozny’.  It does not have the same implications of evil that the&hellip

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Why is Ned Kelly famous?

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Edward “Ned” Kelly is a famous Irish Australian bushranger.  He is well known for his daring pursuits that lasted for over several years before he was finally caught and brought to justice. In Australia, he&hellip

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Why is jelly good for your nails?

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Jelly – or as it’s known in America, Jell-o – is a popular children’s dessert that has existed since the 1400s. The powdered form of Jell-O that we know today was invented in 1845. Since&hellip

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Why is Isis important to Egyptians?

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Isis is one of the most important goddesses of the Ancient Egyptians. She has been worshipped as far back as 3100 BCE and is one of the most popular goddesses to emerge from the realm.&hellip

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Why is Phaedra a tragic hero?

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Although Phaedra doesn’t meet the standards of a typical heroine status of the story, she has however achieved the status of a tragic heroine. Albeit the moral weakness of the character of Phaedra and the&hellip

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Why Do Jaws Pop?

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Why do Jaws pop? It is difficult and almost impossible for your jaw to pop when you are idle and have not engaged any into physical activity. Does this mean that jaw popping is related&hellip

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Why Do Glucose Test Strips Expire?

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Glucose test strips expire for three main reasons: 1 – They have reached the expiry date stipulated by the manufacturer 2 – They have been opened and the strips exposed for quite some time 3&hellip

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Why Do Historians Study the Dead Sea Scrolls?

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The Dead Sea scrolls are early manuscripts from Palestine. The scrolls were found in caves near the Northwestern shoreline of the Dead Sea. The discoveries were made in the 1940s and 1950s and are regarded&hellip

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Why Do Rastas Worship Haile Selassie

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Rastafari is a fairly modern religion which has developed in Jamaica around the 1930s. The faith has emerged following Haile Selassie’s coronation as the King of Ethiopia in 1930. The Rastafarians, or simply called Rastas,&hellip

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Why Do Donkeys Kick?

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Donkeys have been domesticated for as long as memory and records can reveal. They have provided numerous invaluable services to humans, particularly carrying loads. These animals have also been domesticated for the mere fact that&hellip

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