Garro LC (1986) Intracultural variation in folk medical knowledge: a comparison between curers
Thus, as Sandos does point out, Franciscans may have been viewed as powerful shamans who required the same kind of appeasement afforded Native curers
This article will be an exploration of the process by which Kakah Ramat and other belian curers
among the Luangan Dayaks of East and Central Kalimantan (2) today call on Itak Silu Malik to help them turn around figures (malik, 'to turn around,' here means both to physically turn around, rotate, and to transform), assisting them in the making of representations that have magical power over what they represent.
This isn't really for colds, but it contained peppermint and eucalyptus, which are both well-known cold curers
Neil Clark, chairman of Aberdeen Fish Curers
and Merchants Association, explained: "The Prince compared this year and last and said they couldn't have been more different.
Thai-Buddhist magic curers
are highly popular for their love charms, a fact that Golomb links to the high divorce rate and the necessity to marry in the Malay village.
In successive chapters we learn of "King, Court and Royal Officials," "The People and the Law," "The Scribe," "The Merchant," "The Warrior," "Marriage," "The Gods," "The Curers
of Disease," "Death, Burial and the Afterlife," "Festivals and Rituals," "Myth," "The Capital," and "Links across the Wine-Dark Sea.
Children need to be bonded to their curers
and feel secure in their care (Belsky 1997, Seigel 2001).
In reality, many of the curers
were able to practice their profession for years without interference.
My own support for the kipper led me inexorably to Peel, where Peter Canipa runs Geo, Devereau's kipper curers
, where he assures me it is not unusual for him to eat 12 kippers a day.
Rhonda's loving parents, whom she periodically calls from the road, are an overbearing mother (Angela Pietropinto), always with curers
in her hair, and her silent, Weather Channel-addicted hubby (Freddie Roman); gag is funny the first time around but is repeated too many times.
which saw the arrival in Greece of a slew of "beggar priests" (as Plato called them) from the Middle East, wandering curers
who carried with them hitherto unknown Assyrian and Babylonian techniques for "binding" one's enemies.
He gained his greated recognition as a champion of water curers
for the rich and public showers for the poor - both of which gained popularity by the turn of the century, only to become quickly outmoded.
Different colors c an be used to identify curers
for multi-axis programs.
Many tribes no longer have native curers
(also known as "medicine men").