fomentation


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Synonyms for fomentation

a substance used as a warm moist medicinal compress or poultice

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application of warm wet coverings to a part of the body to relieve pain and inflammation

deliberate and intentional triggering (of trouble or discord)

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Tout d'abord, bien que le modele de Rusen (2004) soit pertinent pour s'interesser a l'identification et a Fomentation d'un groupe ou d'un individu, il est parfois difficile de classifier sans aucun doute un individu a un niveau plutot qu'a un autre.
In this reality, the financial support provided by microcredit constitutes a promotion of small-scale entrepreneurship as a means to mitigat poverty, by allowing the more needy groups to have access to fomentation services (Barone & Sader, 2008).
Gentle hot fomentation was applied on swollen ear base patients.
We stuped him in fomentation for about an hour and put him in ice for the next four hours.
The girls in urban areas were nervous, sensitive, and could not endure dysmenorrhea so despite the considerable effect of dysmenorrhea, both academically and socially, 28% girls had resorted to self-medications even without the advice of a doctor and only 5% girls consulted a doctor (MBBS/ BHMS/ BAMS) whereas 65% girls resorted to self-help techniques such as rest and home remedies such as hot fomentation and eating fenugreek (methi).
En effet, autant Fomentation que la gestuelle des deux hommes semblent indiquer qu'ils se comprennent et que leur breve rencontre confirme leur appartenance a un meme univers social, malgre la barriere qui les separe, cet univers etant celui du bonheur.
From the everyday life of austerity, the article proceeds to explore how debt can become involved in the fomentation of more politically engaged forms of subjectivity.
Not a single side is entitled to dictate upon the KSA its decisions, especially whilst some sides wager on suspicious projects that aim to disintegrate the countries of the region and to sap Arab ranks via strife fomentation," Asiri said in a statement.
It involves fomentation of the body withboluses of cooked rice.
unilaterally after a year of surgery while chewing food and they conservatively manage it by massaging the joint area with olive oil, using moist heat fomentation technique to soothe the pain and occasionally they take pain relieving medicines.
Citing the case of Georges Sorel, whose Reflections on Violence argued that the general strike should be marshaled as a mythic catalyst for the fomentation of a war between classes, Woodcock concluded that 'propaganda based on class violence, as elaborated in its most extreme form by Sorel, inevitably results in a coarsening of moral fibre, a growing unscrupulousness in dealings with other people'.
In a press conference here on Thursday, Al-Mulla criticized the double standards in human rights adopted by some countries, western federations and human rights organizations, saying: "It became clear that they all are major supporters of violence, fomentation and terrorism.
Hops external remedy an infusion of Hops is much in demand in combination with chamomile flowers or poppy heads as a fomentation for swelling of a painful nature inflammation neuralgic and rheumatic pains bruises boils and gatherings.
Gell was a hired-out enslaved man who, according to Bennett's letter, allegedly used his shop as a site of recruitment and fomentation of revolt.
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.