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The 13th day of the lunar calendar moving towards the New Moon festival of Diwali is earmarked for prayers to propitiate the deity of Dhan or wealth.
But the time has come to propitiate Laxmi (deity of wealth and prosperity) as well and make the state a prosperous one by 2022, when we celebrate 75 years of our Independence," he said.
These demands propitiate in some agents the impossibility of interacting (as a result of very low levels in their capacities), and therefore, the deaccumulation of capacities and unlearning.
Fasting during Navratri is considered very sacred and it is done to propitiate Goddess Durga and to seek her blessings.
Baghdad, Iraq (NINA) - "There is a need to develop a plan for the oil markets beyond March next year, and the time is propitiate to consider this," Qatari Energy Minister Mohammed al-Sada said.
This reductionism and reification of disease propitiate depersonification with individual subjection or objectification and submission to the rules, procedures and institutional routines (13,23), in addition to the technification of the caregiving act (2).
Al-Houthi militias aimed at opening up these camps to propitiate Yemeni tribes in order to present their people for the battles of Holocaust they are waging in the governorates.
One of its main functions if to propitiate for citizens to be able to get ahead by themselves, so that everyone is free to decide and therefore be able to become accountable in the term's ample meaning:
12) A health promoting or healthy university is defined as that which incorporates health promotion onto its educational and labor project to propitiate human development and improve the quality of life of those who study or work there.
out not just to propitiate the Hindu pantheon of gods, but also court the blessings of Sufi saints.
For Lovecraft, racism is both the message--that non-European peoples perform human sacrifices to propitiate alien monster-gods--and also the medium.
2) Transitioning to high school: The perception of students with ASD as opposed to their peers (Ariane Leroux-Boudreault, and Nathalie Poirier); (3) The change of volunteer students and the users: Evaluations of volunteering program in elementary school in Japan (Kie Sugimoto, Sachiko Kurosawa, Eriko Suwa, Kosuke Aoyagi, Kaoru Hirakue, and Junko Hidaka); (4) In defense of Homo Ludens and playful as a space for teaching-learning in higher education: The playful and creative possibility in teaching (Maria Vitoria Campos Mamede Maia, and Maria Isabel Luna SimA[micro]es Hallak); and (5) The ludic as strategy for propitiate the learning in EJA: Infantilization or space for creation?
The other chapter sketches the official Catholic belief structure and the devotional expectations that upheld it, all of which lay atop a pre-existing layer of unofficial belief that revolved around nature and the various approaches to propitiate it.
Finally, Voegeli accepts that "liberals always stand ready to propitiate aggressors" and to "rationalize moral and physical cow ardice.