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In the year since he launched the Kid Calmer brand, ex-teacher Richard Curtis has featured in press, on the radio, filmed a television pilot and had three books published.
According to reports, calmer winds on Friday should help firefighters make more progress on containing the fire.
The opposition's boycott of the Parliament and the lack of political dialogue will surely reflect negatively on the Census which is facing problems and various criticisms even from the beginning, especially from the Albanian opposition," says Ismet Ramadani adding that it would be best if the census is postponed for a calmer political time.
This edges out calmer and more relationship-focused blue car drivers into second place.
AFTER undergoing hypnobirthing classes during her pregnancy Leigh Wilson is convinced it helped her have a calmer baby.
However, they are much calmer now that they are older and won't be around forever.
We wanted to create a kind of an oasis in the middle of the city that just feels a little calmer and quieter and more natural," Guenther said.
One of their uncles volunteers to take the calmer Gideon, but nobody can take Dave.
After her operation, Leonore came to realize the benefits of her struggle against the disease; she had learned how to be happier, calmer, more focused, and more appreciative.
They are all natural, made with real liver and formulated with herbs to help dogs stay calmer and more focused during training.
Some populations march single file in a long line along the ocean floor for miles every autumn, looking for deeper, calmer waters.
In one gallery, 15 video pieces are shown on monitors on shelving units, with several films playing at the same time, while in the second, five works are shown on evenly placed plinths in a calmer display.
Doing something active may help you "burn off" your anger and feel calmer.
School officials say that it's already working: Fights have decreased and cLassrooms are calmer.
There were some sharp exchanges of opinion, but the overall meeting mood and pace were calmer than in recent years.