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    • Home Preparation and Preservation of Fruit and Vegetable Juices 

      Pederson, Carl S.; Beattie, H. G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1943-07)
      Circular No.194, revised and reprinted July 1943. This circular describes home processing of fruit and vegetables into juice products. It covers equipment needed, homemade presses, pressing, juicing using appliances, ...
    • Home Preparation and Preservation of Fruit and Vegetable Juices 

      Pederson, Carl S.; Beattie, H. G. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1942-08)
      Circular No.194, August 1942. This circular describes home processing of fruit and vegetables into juice products. It covers equipment needed, homemade presses, pressing, juicing using appliances, directions for making ...
    • The Home Vegetable Garden 

      Topoleski, Leonard D. (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, 1981-07)
      A popular and timeless how-to-guide for planning, preparing, and maintaining a productive garden. Planting schedules, recommended varieties, pest control, soil and climate considerations and equipment needs are all covered.
    • Homeless in America 

      Snyder, Mitch, Fennelly, Carol (11/30/1988)
      Snyder discusses the plight of homeless people who cannot find affordable housing in America, suggesting ways in which this problem may be alleviated.
    • Homemade Fruit Juice Press 

      Downing, Donald L. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972-07)
      This is NYSAES Special Report No.8, July 1972 (revised from circular no.194). This 2 page report published by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station covers the construction of a homemade press for the processing ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1980)
      This publication presents simplified instructions for home wine making. Topics covered include appropriate grape varieties, containers for fermentation, obtaining juice, making wine, clarification, sweet wines, fruit ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard B. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1982-02)
      Explains the basics for successfully fermenting grapes naturally into wine. Provides information on clarifying, finishing, and bottling.
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard B. (New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, 1963-11)
      This is Extension Bulletin 1119, Nov. 1963, published by the New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Dr. Willard Robinson was a professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology, New York State ...
    • Homemade Wine 

      Robinson, Willard B. (New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University, 1966)
      This is the 1966 revised version (original dated Nov. 1963) of Extension Bulletin 1119, published by the New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Dr. Willard Robinson was a professor in the Department of ...
    • The Homemaker and the Home Economist: Definitions and Identities in the Second Half of the 20th Century 

      Flaming, Anna (2010-03-02)
      Anna Flaming describes how home economists proposed a positive and diverse definition of the American homemaker. Through secondary and collegiate education and organized outreach to homemakers, home economists became ...
    • The Homeowner's Lawn Care and Water Quality Almanac 

      Gussack, Eva; Rossi, Frank S. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-08)
      All land is in a watershed. Therefore, lawn care practices have a direct impact of the quality of water in a watershed. This publication provides a month-by-month plan for lawn care that results in a healthy lawn while ...
    • Homework In An Introductory College Mathematics Class: Its Purpose, Effects, And Students' Opinions 

      King, Jeffrey (2011-01-31)
      Homework has been a central topic of study for over 80 years. This study investigated 1) the opinions of a class of introductory college mathematics students on the purpose of homework in their class, 2) their professor's ...
    • Homogeneous Family Sharing 

      Qi, Xin; Myers, Andrew (2010-07-25)
      Recent work has introduced class sharing as a mechanism for adapting a family of related classes with new functionality. This paper introduces homogeneous family sharing, implemented in the J&h language, in which the sharing ...
    • Homogeneous genetic structuring and microsatellite allele diversities across White-ruffed Manakin (Corapipo altera) populations in a highly fragmented Costa Rica landscape 

      Barnett, Jacob (2007-06-28)
      We explored the effects of recent forest fragmentation on fine-scale patterns of population structuring and genetic diversity in populations of White-ruffed Manakins (Corapipo altera) inhabiting premontane forest patches ...
    • The Homogenous Capture of Random Strings 

      Natarajan, B. K. (Cornell University, 1985-04)
      It is well known that a set of strings that are random in the Kolmogorov sense is immune to all computable enumerations. In this paper, we discuss the generalization of this property to the computational resource ...
    • Homological Stability Of Diffeomorphism Groups Of 3-Manifolds 

      Lam, Chor Hang (2015-01-26)
      To study the homology of classifying spaces of diffeomorphism groups of compact, orientable 3-manifolds, we use the stabilization map that glues a prime 3-manifold, P , to an existing manifold N with non-empty boundary via ...
    • Homosexuality and initiation in ancient Greece 

      Dover, K. J. (Kenneth James), 1920-2010 (9/18/1984)
      Dover discusses representations of and interest in homosexuality in ancient Greece, particularly relating to adolescent initiation into adulthood.
    • 'Honeoye' and 'Canoga' Strawberry Cultivars 

      Ourecky, Donald (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1979-10)
      The strawberry breeding program at Geneva has concentrated on flesh firmness and tough skins with special emphasis placed on fruit rot incidence, plant hardiness, freezing ability, productivity, and consistent performance.
    • Honey Bee Democracy by Tom Seeley 

      Seeley, Thomas (The Internet-First University Press, 2011-11-17)
      Professor Thomas Seeley, Neurobiology and Behavior, presented C.A.P.E.’s public lecture on November 17, 2011. He reviews the history of behavioral studies of foraging honey bees and then extends that understanding to the ...