malanga


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tropical American aroid having edible tubers that are cooked and eaten like yams or potatoes

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To avoid confusion in this extensive category, Ecoripe groups its tropical root selection into six main groups: taro roots, malangas, yams, spice roots, sweet potatoes, and cassava or yuca, the last of which Holbik notes is the third-largest source of carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and corn.
En el libro recopilatorio de Gerard Malanga, Malanga Chasing Vallejo, se van deshojando en los poemas mas representativos del autor peruano su existencialismo y se ofrece al lector un trayecto de la poesia vallejiana mediante extractos de Los heraldos negros, Trilce, Poemas en prosa, Poemas humanos y Espana, aparta de mi este caliz.
We're in a period of intense competition for jobs among states because there hasn't been the kind of recovery that provides effusive jobs and tax revenues for everybody," says Malanga.
Gerard Malanga's latest work, Malanga Chasing Vallejo, is a volume of deft translations of poems by the late Peruvian poet Cesar Vallejo (1892-1938) that resonates through Malanga's own experience.
Robinson conducted his experiments while in the lab of CJ Malanga, PhD, associate professor of neurology at the UNC School of Medicine and paper co-author.
Canas de azucar, hojas de palma, de maiz, de malanga, de tabaco y bejucos de toda especie, presencia constante de nuestras tierras, estan en muchas de las mas conocidas obras del pintor, sobre todo a partir de la decada de 1940 ("La silla" y "La jungla").
Cliff or nightmare, Malanga says that the city's budget nearly doubled during Bloomberg's tenure, rising from $28.
Malanga as vice president and chief financial officer of the company.
It analyzes the roles of poetic diction, the vernacular, and the commonplace; the ballad revival in the 18th century as a precursor to poetic kitsch; the lullaby and Gothic verse and melodrama; sexual, aesthetic, and political inversions in poetic melodrama, including the camp aesthetic, queer identity, and closeted homosexuality; kitsch in modernist poetry, such as Ezra Pound's Cantos; the New York School, Andy Warhol, Gerard Malanga, Dadaism, and collective writing; and Baudelaire's prototype of the avant-garde, specifically his idea of plastic poetry.
Vegetables cut into bite sizes: carrots, onions, green pepper, sweet potatoes, potatoes, spinach, tomatoes, and plaintain; plus malanga and boniata (tropical root vegetables), if you can find them
We have to produce beans, maize, cassava, bananas, malanga and yam," said Maduro.
Having already starred in at least half a dozen films, Mead was in fact a recognizable underground-film personality before he made that celebrated cross-country car trip with Warhol, Wynn Chamberlain, and Gerard Malanga in the fall of 1963 to attend the artist's epochal opening at the Ferus Gallery.
Estaofrece nuevas estrategias para el mejoramiento de la productividad y la produccion de material de siembra sano de malanga (Xanthosoma spp.
Another of those who have benefited is 24-year-old Mando Malanga, who has been a tenant for the past four-and-a-half years.
In Mekas's comparatively subdued 2006 film To Barbara Rubin With Love, the filmmaker interrupts footage of an incredible 1966 meeting between Rubin, Tuli Kupferberg, Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky, Ed Sanders, Gerard Malanga, Andy Warhol, Storm De Hirsch, and himself to explicitly mention via title card that "IT WAS BARBARA WHO GOT US ALL TOGETHER.