Gell was a hired-out enslaved man who, according to Bennett's letter, allegedly used his shop as a site of recruitment and fomentation
Q: The 9/11 attacks and the so-called War on Terror contributed to the fomentation
of Islamophobia and anti-Arab, anti-Iranian racism, and the term "terrorist" began to be used interchangeably with the word "Muslim.
In the West, meanwhile, the development of the late-nineteenth-century pathologising identity of "the homosexual" was called into question by the countercultural fomentation
of the 1960s, and this seismic shift caused crises in churches.
u1/4 Massage whole body with emphasis on affected joint followed by hot fomentation
The crucial role of police in diversion to alternatives to incarceration has been underutilized in the fomentation
of reforms reimagining traditional criminal justice roles.
can also reduce pain and stiffness.
Washington, Feb 19(ANI): US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that Pakistan faces a major instability and extremism threat at home if it does not implement economic reforms and curb the fomentation
of anti-American sentiments in the country.
Medical Uses: The plant is used as an anthelmintic, laxative and for treating dyspepsia, also used for skin disorders, the seeds are used as fomentation
in painful swelling, against stomach pain, febrifuge and blood purifier.
Over the counter pain killers, hot fomentation
on the wrist and local pain killer ointments may help for some time.
Sanjar Bakiev is suspected of attempted coup, organization mass disorders and fomentation
of inter-ethnic hatred in the south of the country.