nourishment


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The Church's nourishment of dissent against the killings may keep people like my friend from 'self-excommunicating,' and may bring back some who have previously distanced themselves over other issues.
The estimation results suggest beach nourishment produces a net benefit for each coalition; however, the inland coalition holds up the nourishment decision, giving credence to a free-rider problem within the heterogeneous club.
The three-part system--Dove Regenerative Nourishment Shampoo, Dove Regenerative Nourishment Conditioner and Dove Regenerative Nourishment Serumin-Oil --is infused with red algae extract and Keratin NutriComplex, according to the company, which says the ingredients aid in mending unhealthy hair, effectively strengthening it from within.
Moreover, it is quick and convenient to use as it provides total nourishment, conditioning and treatment to the hair in just three minutes, making it ideal for those who do not have time to use various hair care products every day," he added.
Some people have learned to be cautious about taking in nourishment that is available, whether it be emotional or physical, because their early life experience was that accepting nourishment carried a heavy price.
She was an awful cook, and she taught me that you don't eat for taste, you eat for nourishment.
Helps to remove impurities while adding deep nourishment.
He said: "In the end it wasn't cancer that killed him -the cancer had gone -he died from lack of nourishment.
A LEADING researcher on Pranic nourishment from Australia and also the President of the Global Congress of Spiritual scientists, Jasmuheen has been living on love and fresh air, called Prana, for the past 16 years.
The Baby K'tan Baby Carrier was created by two couples who had babies with special needs and wanted to provide the infants with sensory nourishment and parent-child bonding.
1 : the red fluid that circulates in the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins of persons and animals and that brings nourishment and oxygen to and carries away waste products from all parts of the body
Cleverly, they spun this practice as "beach nourishment," "beach renourishment" or "beach replenishment.
But complicating matters further, Pope John Paul II had suggested in 2004 that such measures "should be considered in principle ordinary and proportionate" for those in Schiavo's condition, so long as they provide nourishment and alleviate suffering.
JOAN SAYS: Being asked to participate in something pleasurable and peaceful like a picnic by the sea, and also being offered emotional nourishment symbolised by the food and wine, represents how others view you.
This nourishment includes an awareness of one's mission in life and an awareness of God, who has empowered us with the abilities to fulfill that mission.