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Grow on palm trees. Male and female plant required for fruit. Very sweet source of fiber, Iron, protein, and lots of minerals. Used for constipation, intestinal disorders, weight gain, heart problems, sexual weakness, diarrhea, abdominal cancer, sexual stamina, energy source, night blindness, promotes breast milk production. Best to soak overnight before eating. Great for recovering from alcohol intoxication. One date has almost everything you need in a meal and helps you feel full after eating it. It is the first thing muslims eat when breaking a fast. Contains folate, niacin, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin B6, iron, zinc, manganese, magnesium, sodium, potassium, phosphorous, calcium and copper. Good sweetener to use in smoothies instead of other sweeteners. Despite the high content of sugar, it apparently doesn’t feed pathogens because it contains nicotinic, which is necessary in controlling the growth of pathological organisms and increase the growth of friendly bacteria. Dates are very alkalizing and great for muscle building. To cancel out the sugar spike, try to always eat dates with cinnamon and some kind of green- like spinach, cilantro, parsley, etc.
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Today is the date of my last letter, and the Count has taken steps to prove that it was genuine, for again I saw him leave the castle by the same window, and in my clothes.
The consul proceeded to sign and date the passport, after which he added his official seal.
This visit had infused new vigor into Dantes; he had, till then, forgotten the date; but now, with a fragment of plaster, he wrote the date, 30th July, 1816, and made a mark every day, in order not to lose his reckoning again.
No address on the note"--I continued, drawing it again from the pocket-book and examining it on each side of the two leaves: "women are women, that is certain, and always do business like women; men mechanically put a date and address to their communications.
All these I may sketch out at some future date, but none of them present such singular features as the strange train of circumstances which I have now taken up my pen to describe.
To them there seemed not the slightest difference that could be detected other than the dates.
He sold all his flock, invested it in a cargo of dates, and set sail.
He translated books of geography, history and religion, and it is from Alfred that our English prose dates, just as English poetry dates from Caedmon.
2) On the other hand while tradition steadily puts the Cyclic poets at various dates from 776 B.
Yet this may be a question having no answer "which is still worth asking," because the investigation shows that we can not argue historically from the dates in Plato; it would be useless therefore to waste time in inventing far-fetched reconcilements of them in order avoid chronological difficulties, such, for example, as the conjecture of C.
The only difficulty is to fetch out the dates, in the first place.
The simplest and surest of all proofs, the proof by comparison of dates, is, as I understand, altogether out of your reach.