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The main food items that make up the Amish diet include crops such as corn celery, beets, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, peas, and a wide variety of other vegetables. These represent differing views concerning the fundamental feature that gives rise to all the other qualities regarded as distinctively human and which serve to mark man off from other animals. Cornell's unique structure, which joins the private university to the land grant university, provides students with the opportunity to gain substantial training in a broad range of theoretical and practical applications of the discipline.

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