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relating to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot

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Description : The conservation and sustainable use of the livelihoods of terrestrial ecosystems village of El Palmo project is a sustainable strategy that seeks the recovery of the Socio-Ecological landscape, with emphasis on local actions to benefit the conservation of land resources.
On the other hand, Mo Sukey (Chapter Two), Gupha Rinpoche (Chapter Three), and Gelongma Palmo (Chapter Four) were all revered as spiritually developed individuals, but were also marginalized figures that practiced mantra recitation in retreat settings.
I thank God for saving my child," said a teary eyed Dichen Palmo.
I also met with Tenzin Palmo, a British woman who had done 12 years of cave retreat high up in the Himalayas.
Para fazer aquela renda bem larga de 2 palmo para fazer vestido, tirava no papelao.
The roots of the schism between CC and MHC can be traced to what was happening at that time (see Weikel & Palmo, 1989).
Brilliant Moon provides the autobiography of Dilgo Khyentse, adds memories from family, friends and students, and is translated by Ani Jinba Palmo as it uses anecdotes and stories to tell of the live of the Buddhist meditation master and scholar.
Me sentia um cao escorracado, e ficava ali, deitado naquele dormitorio masculino, sem praticamente dormir, flagrando a noite alguns velhos se enrabarem, uns saiam furtivamente de suas camas e passavam para a de um colega, e era bastante desagradavel entrever aquelas esfregacoes sofregas e ofegantes, os corpos como se digladiando, avancando com fundo esforco, palmo a palmo, ate que, nao se sabe se pela consumacao de um gozo ou por furo cansaco, fosse se acalmando [.
79) Moreover, in February 1844, when the Italian immigrant Ferdinando Palmo had opened "Palmo's," it too was a humble New York opera house that the Herald called "a little bijou of a theater," which, according to Karen Ahlquist in Democracy at the Opera: Music, Theater, and Culture in New York City, 1815-1860, "drew the least criticism for social ostentation" of any opera house in the period.
228), Alviano, seu interlocutor, tomado de um forte medo da castracao, replica: "Dou-vos a minha palavra que nao havera ja cousa na vida que me faca metter nos rios desta terra; porque ainda que nao tenham mais de um palmo dagua imaginarei que ja sao essas piranhas commigo, e que me desarmam da cousa que mais estimo" (228).
Another choice is the public Palmo Road ramp off SR 13 south of Trout Creek.
In March 2008, the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa enthroned a London-born Buddhist nun Tenzin Palmo, recognising her as Jetsunma or "Her venerable holiness" for her spiritual achievements.
But these are not good times for Mahony, said Philadelphia-based blogger and author Rocco Palmo, who writes for The Tablet, the international Catholic weekly published in London.
Rocco Palmo, "Liberal archbishop installed in San Francisco," Tablet (UK), February 18, 2006.