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Son of a King, Child of the Most High!
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July is Nutrition Month in the Philippines.  The theme "gutom at malnutrisyon, sama-sama nating wakasan" encourages all of us at IRRI to eat healthy, and to avoid wasting food, especially rice.   #ricehealthnutrition   #nutritionmonth2013   

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‎"Are you trying to get in shape or are you getting in shape?" As Yoda suggested to Luke, the difference may only be in your mind, but it has a dramatic impact on the outcome of whatever you set out to

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still for a better rice world :)
Rice breeding - having a billion dollar impact!

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"Have you ever struggled with spelling what seems like a simple word? Don't be embarrassed because you are not alone. The most commonly misspelled words in the English language are fairly simple ones yet people misspell them out of habit. Here is a list of the top 15 most misspelled words."

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"Many people in the world enjoy a daily cup or two of coffee. It perks us up in the morning and gets us ready to face the day. This is all thanks to caffeine, the premier legal drug. Although we enjoy it on a regular basis, many of us don't know how it works. Here is an in-depth look at caffeine."

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"There have been many heated debates over the centuries, but none have struck such passion in book lovers everywhere as the great e-book debate. Do you prefer downloading the latest best seller to your laptop or Kindle or will you always stick by your hardcover friend? This infographic shows both sides of this debate"

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"Every culture associates colors with different ideas and emotions. In the U.S., we assign red to hate or anger, blue to sadness, and green to ecology. Do you know how other countries interpret color? The differences may be very surprising."

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"It is amazing when you think about how far the telephone has come. Almost 350 years ago, a version of the telephone we know and use today started out as two tin cans connected by string. This simple idea sparked in incredible chain of events that changed communications forever. Here is a look back at the telephone's evolution."
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