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MORA

Pseudomedicine
A device developed by F Morrel, MD, which is said to receive electromagnetic waves directly from a person’s body, manipulate the aberrant waveforms, normalise them by increasing or decreasing their amplitude and then return the “treated” normal waves to the individual, thereby effecting a cure. The device is said to be effective for headaches, skin diseases, muscle pain and circulatory defects; it may be used for colour therapy, and in combination with homeopathic remedies.
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Mr Morar said he believed the robber had been watching the shop carefully before carrying out the raid.
She is represented as being fair, beautiful and very timid and never seen save when one of the Morar family dies or when the clan falls in battle," he wrote.
This is why the products must be adapted to the needs of the poor," Morar explained.
I was very scared, I didn't want to do anything in case he used the knife," said Mrs Morar.
The Director's Award is an important symbol of success," says General Manager, Ray Morar.
Tenders are invited for Term Contract For Repairing /Maintenance Of Buildings And Provision For Conference Hall In Morar Cantt.
Many of those evacuated from the close in Morar Drive were small children.
She has been quiet for more than two decades without even the hint of a recorded sighting But now Scotland's second most famous Loch monster - Morag of Loch Morar - has made a comeback.
Maria Nangolo-Rukoro, CEO of the Namibian Training Authority, Brian Rubinstein, group CEO of United Africa and Navin Morar, chairman of Chelsea Fashions were recognised for their contributions in moulding Junior Achievement's enterprise system in the areas of volunteerism, generating awareness on the institution's work as well as their pledge of financial support amongst others.
Likewise, my good friend Donnie MacLellan of Mallaig, who, right up to the time of his death, spoke of a similar creature, Morag, in 1,200ft deep Loch Morar - the deepest fresh-water lake in Europe - on the west coast of Scotland.
John Stone, aged 80, was trapped when a blaze started in the kitchen of his house in Morar Close, Castle Vale, Birmingham.
One of those to suffer was Jennifer Dodd-Noble, 77, who was walking in moorland near her home when her highland terrier Morar was bitten.