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Sen

In Thai massage, the streams in which the body's energy flows; they are located in specific areas of the body. Thai massage techniques are designed to balance the Sen.

SEN

Abbrev. for State Enrolled Nurse.
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Sen, who is a mother of two adopted daughters, advised Aishwarya to ignore the criticism.
The late Bollywood star Dev Anand, who acted with her, once described Sen as "the doe-eyed, dusky beauty and immensely popular star of Bengal".
A spokeswoman for the National Autistic Society Cymru said: "Getting the right education provision for pupils, including those with autism and other SEN is vital and the Education Minister's decision to remove the section on SEN reform in the Education (Wales) Bill is the right one.
In two rounds of talks last week between Hun Sen and Sam Rainsy, the latter also sought reforms of government institutions, measures to tackle corruption and re-composition of the National Election Committee, which it views as pro-CPP.
I only believe in integrating students with SEN in regular schools if they were provided with the right support from the school.
Sen weighs an average of 35 pounds per cubic foot to tamo's 43 pounds per cubic foot.
But to Sen, Britain has been trapped by this practice into taking religious identity as primary, and into fostering this identity, because these schools will teach the tenets of their distinctive religions to young minds incapable of making mature judgments.
56) stresses, "The SEN co-ordinator, working with the class teachers .
Well-known in long term care circles for his work on the aging committee--including his support of the industry's Quality First initiative and hearings on elder abuse prevention--former Sen.
Sen Edwards and Gen Clark, the two Southerners left in the nomination race, hoped to make inroads with voters in Tennessee and Virginia, which offer 151 pledged delegates in primaries today.
This would also avoid the confusion and controversy surrounding the recent appointment of Sen.