History, Politics & Society

Why Ghirth is called jat in Himachal?

Ghirth is a separate caste, they want to step up in social hierarchy that's why they want to be called as Jatts. but they are different.

According to a legend, the Ghirths are so called because the Hindu god Shiva made them out of ghee (ghrita in Sanskrit). This etymology is reflective of the community's traditional occupation of animal husbandry and agriculture. However, some members of the community trace their ancestry to a sage called Ghrit Rishi, and claim connections to the legendary Kauravas mentioned in the Mahabharata. The community also claims descent from the Rajput Kshatriyas.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Ghirths were the dominant low-caste cultivators and marginal landholders in the Himachal region. Since they were considered as a 'clean' (not untouchable) low caste, they were employed as domestic servants by the higher castes: their 'clean' status allowed them to perform tasks such as fetching water or cleaning cooking utensils, which the untouchable servants were not allowed to do. Nevertheless, the Rajput, who were the dominant landholding caste of the region, had imposed social restrictions on them. Around 1926, the Ghirths started a movement to achieve upward social mobility, and started opposing these restrictions. They refused menial work, creating difficulties for the higher castes that earlier employed them as servants.

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Philippines Literature

Summary of the story tahanan na isang sugarol?

Huh

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SMS and Texting

What does MK mean in text talk?

It's like a shorter way of saying the phrase 'mmkay.' Basically saying something like 'okay' or 'kk.'

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Uncategorized

What is your expectation in this subject?

Depends on the subject but if you are talking about Math.... Then I would expect we will encounter numbers, equations , problem solving, and integers. Math is a challenging subject!

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Roblox

What is a pin for a Roblox Card?

Cheese

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Uncategorized

How does midnight sun affect people who live in these regions?

It can make it difficult to sleep and cause vitamins like vitamin D from the sun to be above and/or below normal.

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TV Programming and Commercials

Who remembers a commercial where a Swedish man says It's Tuesday I am going to call me mother?

(all Swedish accents)

"Eric, where are you going, Eric?"

"It's Tuesday, I'm going to call my mother"

"Hello, MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!"

This ad most likely was for AT&T since it came out so long ago or possibly even one of the major Bell's after the split-up in 1982. one of my all time favorites.

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Literacy

How do you log in twitch's birthday on literacy planet?

Twitch 17856

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Collective Nouns

What is a collective noun for organizers?

Broor

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Dieting and Weight Loss
Exercise

How do you lose weight off your waist?

wrong

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Political Theory
Democracy

What is one of the basic principles of democracy?

I read this book a very long time ago but it opened up my eyes to what democracies are;

In his book, Democracy and Its Critics (1989), Dahl clarifies his view about democracy. No modern country meets the ideal of democracy, which is as a theoretical utopia. To reach the ideal requires meeting five criteria:

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Effective participation

Citizens must have adequate and equal opportunities to form their preference and place questions on the public agenda and express reasons for one outcome over the other.

Voting equality at the decisive stage

Each citizen must be assured his or her judgments will be counted as equal in weights to the judgments of others.

Enlightened understanding

Citizens must enjoy ample and equal opportunities for discovering and affirming what choice would best serve their interests.

Control of the agenda

Demos or people must have the opportunity to decide what political matters actually are and what should be brought up for deliberation.

Inclusiveness

Equality must extend to all citizens within the state. Everyone has legitimate stake within the political process.

Contrary to common belief, Democracies are not defined by majority vote. The countries that we associate with being democracies have many voting systems in place. While I acknowledge that no new democracy has replicated the American model there are numerous examples here to consider.

For instance we don’t allow majority vote for changes to our constitution and there are many fundamental rights already included in our constitution. We have more-or-less proportional representation in our House of Representatives but not in our Senate where each State get two senators regardless of the population of the states. Every democracy has rules about who can vote. America elects it’s president through an institution called the Electoral College. Most Americans today don’t like it but there were reasons for implementing it when the constitution was written. Then there are parliamentary systems throughout the world.

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It is actually a fascinating and complicated subject. While there are many versions of democracy there is, I think, a pretty clear distinction between the countries we commonly consider democracies and those that are not. No doubt there are countries that fall into the grey area.

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Medication and Drugs
Drug Interactions
Hydrocodone
Ibuprofen
Painkillers
Anti-Inflammatories

Can you take hydrocodone and Ibuprofen together?

Yes, you can. Ibuprofen and Hydrocodone work in different ways. When Hydrocodone is prescribed it is commonly prescribed in combination with acetaminophen (Tylenol), but sometimes prescribed with ibuprofen (Vicoprofen). Hydrocodone is an opioid narcotic that works by blocking opioid pain receptors. Ibuprofen is not a narcotic and works differently to block pain. Many healthcare providers including myself will tell patients to start off by taking ibuprofen (400 mg). If the pain still persists after 30 minutes or so take the hydrocodone. There is no adverse effects and no reason to worry about taking the medicines together as long as you take them in the recommended/prescribed dosages.

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Medical Terminology

What does the medical abbreviation PKU mean?

galactosemia, which means “galactose in the blood,” refers to a group of inherited disorders that impair the body's ability to process and produce energy from a sugar called galactose. When people with galactosemia injest foods or liquids containing galactose, undigested sugars build up in the blood. classic galactosemia (type 1) - the most common and severe type, caused by mutations in the GALT gene, and characterized by a complete deficiency of an enzyme called galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (GALT). type IV galactosemia is likely to result in a buildup of β-d-galactose. In type I and type III galactosemia, the buildup of galactose 1-phosphate has been proposed to be responsible for many of the manifestations of these diseases. duarte galactosemia is a specific type of galactosemia. galactosemias are a group of rare inherited conditions. galactosemia means “galactose in the blood.” people with duarte galactosemia digest a type of sugar called galactose more slowly. galactose is found in milk and all foods that contain milk. classic galactosemia (GALT) is an inherited condition in which the body is unable to properly digest galactose, a sugar found in all foods that contain milk. If a child with GALT eats galactose, undigested sugars build up in the blood rather than being used for energy. classic galactosemia, also known as type I, is the most common and most severe form of the condition. If infants with classic galactosemia are not treated promptly with a low-galactose diet, life-threatening complications appear between birth or atleast by within a few day's after birth.

type4: moderate/severe. type 3 affected infants develop cataracts but otherwise experience few long-term complications. the signs and symptoms of galactosemia type III vary from mild to severe and can include cataracts, delayed growth and development, intellectual disability, liver disease, and kidney problem's. mild/severe.

galactosemia type II (also called galactokinase deficiency) and type III (also called galactose epimerase deficiency) cause different patterns of signs and symptoms. galactosemia type II causes fewer medical problems than the classic type. galactosemia type II causes fewer medical problems than the classic type. affected infants develop cataracts but otherwise experience few long-term complications| mild/moderate. classic galactosemia is a rare, serious, life-threatening disorder. duarte galactosemia is more common and usually causes no symptom's, but. duarte galactosemia is an inherited condition associated with diminished ability to metabolize galactose due to a partial deficiency of the enzyme galactose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase| mild

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Math and Arithmetic
Length and Distance

Express 80 centimeters as a percentage of 2 meters?

There are 200 centimetres in 2 metres. Therefore, 80 centimetres is equal to 80/200 x 100 = 40 percent of 2 metres.

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News Television

What are the friendus to word scrimmage by judd hambrick for?

Sabetdd

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Uncategorized

What would a pencil say to a hand?

I am sharpen take care

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Religion & Spirituality

What are some examples of orderliness?

God dose not have a scent/order to him. Yet scents God made everything here and beyond, including all scents everywhere!

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Video Games

What is Roblox's real name?

Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada y una dog on top

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Math and Arithmetic

How do you find 0.1 of 10cm?

You divide by 10 or multiply by 0.1

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Jobs

3 jobs that are affected by high air pressure?

h

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Education

Where to find all of the friendus to the online summer school called founders education's tests?

Numbers in the body, or middle, of frequency tables,are

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Giraffes

Which animal is more stable turtle or giraffe?

Turtle because its feet are wider apart.

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Human Rights
Al Sharpton
Arbitration, Mediation, and Dispute Resolution

How can you contact the Reverend Al Sharpton?

Al has an organization called the National Action Network.

The web address is posted in the Related Link below

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English Language
Nouns

What is the feminine gender of duke called?

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.

The title for a male is a duke.

The title for a female is a duchess.

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Math and Arithmetic
Units of Measure
Cooking Measurements

Is 4 pounds greater than 64 ounces?

Yes 64 ounces is greater than

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