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2. How does the art of dining differ in Portugal and Spain from that of America and why?
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner differ greatly in Portugal and Spain when compared to that of the American style. There are small cuisine differences, sure, but the main differences are seen in the dining atmosphere. Both, Portugal and Spain, tend to focus heavily ...
... by an information exchange platform. This lack of interoperability leaves Spain devoid of any means to stratify "big" data to improve preventative care.
On the issue of personal health information management, each tier provides an electronic personal health record for use by each patient; however, the data stored in these records does not follow a patient to a new tier if they must switch. Allen carries a tattered piece of paper with a ...
... quite a bit), when we got out to the beach it was downright cold. But, we were determined to go lay out on the beach and enjoy ourselves (goshdarnit). So we did. We laid on the beach in the probably 60 degrees and wind, which was pleasant when the wind wasn't blowing. I could only stand about half an hour of that before I needed to get up and moving to warm up. Madeleine and I ran down to test the waters (<-- see what I did there). Guess what? The ...
... reach (especially as it took me over an hour to get clean, due to massive shower lines).
Following the fight, I found Cam and we set out I try and get clean. Of course we had to get our bag first (a massive line awaited but luckily Cam paid a guy at the front of the line to grab ours quickly), before we could get clean.
Once clean, we ate food and headed back to the bus depot, hoping to get back to Valencia asap! That wasn't the case, with Spain-tastics inability to run ...
... we had a break and Molly came in. As I was used to talking slowly and clearly for them, I started to talk to Molly that way not even realizing it. She said, "Mom - I speak English. You can talk normal to me..."
For the last class each day, we switch to another classroom. I took Andy´s class. He has a group of 5 Basque boys who are a bit more rambunctious than others. While I was doing my peanut butter ...