Congressional Record

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In 1820, an American farmer was producing enough food, fiber, and related
products for himself and four other people. ... Even further advanced than these
techniques are the beginnings of commercial agriculture, a new science which
promises to revolutionize man's relationship with the sea. Already in Japan ... In
1602, Bartholomew Gosnold established the first fishing camps in the New World,
and because of the abundant resources, christened the area where he fished
Cape Cod.

New York Observer

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Faithfully he has visited the camps, no easy matter when the way loes over rough
mountain trails, carrying all the literature he could secure to these lumberjacks,
holding services whenever possible and having personal talks with one and
another as occasion offered. If he had more reading matter to take to them—-food
for thought after he has gone—he could accomplish much more, but his salary is
very meager and will not permit of his buying papers and magazines for the men.

Science And Public Affairs

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After over a decade of crises and scandals, there is to be the first significant
reform of food governance since the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (
MAFF) came into existence in the 1950s. A new Food ... The food system has
been almost completely revolutionized in the last 50 years with intensification on
the farm right through to changes in how we cook (or whether we cook). ... In one
camp, there are those who argue that the public has got matters out of proportion.
Food ...

Bulletin Of The Taylor Society

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From the time mutual ratings started the attitude of almost every one in camp was
revolutionized. "Assembly" came at 9.15 A.M., and every camper was required to
be present. The time between breakfast and assembly was the only regular time
for the tent "chores." Instead of loitering and grudgingly returning to perform a
disagreeable duty, the girls raced from breakfast to their tents, and vied with each
other in the perfection of their bed-making, the orderliness of their shelves, and
the ...

New York

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... food hall at Grand Central Terminal. Talk about location. Cheesecake
Cheesecake lovers fall into two camps, and in New York, only one camp matters.
Italian cheesecake? Who needs it? Certainly none of the slab-happy customers
at steakhouses, delis, and — most famously — Junior's, where the ar-
chetypically mile-high, cream-cheese- saturated New York variety is plied. But
which is the best? We asked big cheese Steven Jenkins, who revolutionized
cheese sales in Manhattan ...

Bulletin Of The Society To Promote The Science Of Management

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From the time mutual ratings started the attitude of almost every one in camp was
revolutionized. “Assembly” came at 9.15 A.M., and every camper was required to
be present. The time between breakfast and assembly was the only regular time
for the tent “chores.” Instead of loitering and grudgingly returning to perform a
disagreeable duty, the girls raced from breakfast to their tents, and vied with each
other in the perfection of their bed-making, the orderliness of their shelves, and
the ...

Illustrated Canadian Forestry Magazine

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f-acturer of the small 'but efficient motor car, that has given dollars and lustre to
the name Ford, and. says :— “Henry Ford has revolutionized the system of
conducting logging camps at Iron Mountain, Michigan. “When Ford started ... In
the good old days, the men slept in dirty bunks with straw for mattresses, ate food
that was good, 'bad and sometimes worse, were paid low wages, and were fore-
ed to read by lampl-ight, providing they bought their own reading matter. “Now it '
s different.

The Saturday Evening Post

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... the same as usual, with parties occurring regular at the apartment and the
Japanee boy cooking up fancy mixtures and me serving drinks by the drove.
Thanksgiving time we has a special blow-out with twelve setting down to the
table at once. But Christmas is when we cuts loose and just naturally out-to-dos
all previous todos. All day long folks is dropping in to sample the available
refreshments, and most of 'em likes the sample so well they camps right there till
far into the night.

The Western World

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Operating out of the base camp, meanwhile, women as gatherers probably
provided the more dependable source of food for the entire band. The berry
bushes, after all, ... In addition, women, who bore children and had the major
burden of raising them, were probably the primary educators in many basic
matters. Presiding over the family ... It was not, of course, a political upheaval —
there were no political institutions to revolutionize in those simpler societies. It
was, however, a drastic ...

The United States News

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Off. Ill here's an idea here that will revolutionize business! The ... Lend-Lease
food. Lend-Lease shipments of food and other agricultural products to Allied
nations totaled 7.272,000.000 pounds in 1944, or 4.216,000,000 less than in
1943. December shipments were 391,- 000.000 pounds, as compared with ...
Mostly this is to consist of modifications and extensions of existing munitions
plants, airfields for the use of superbombers, general hospitals, prisoner of war
camps and roads.