What Is a Cyclic Menu?

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A cyclic menu is a set of menu items or dishes, which is different for each day during a cycle and repeats. Such menus are usually found in institutional facilities like school and hospital cafeterias. Their aim is to avoid boredom, and they can run from one week to one month
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menu that changes on a weekly basis to ensure optinum nutrition as well as offering a variety of foods so as to not bore the people eating eg. this menu is often used in hosptals
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menu that changes on a weekly basis to ensure optimum nutrition as well as offering a variety of foods so as to not bore the people eating eg. this menu is often used in hosptals
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The "cyclical" in cyclical stocks refers to the business cycle - the more or less constant cycle of ups and downs in the economy. The economy experiences strong growth up
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An (undirected) cyclic graph is an undirected graph (in the sense of a collection of things called "vertices" some distinct pairs of which are considered "adjacent&
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