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workshop

 [werk´shop]
1. the meeting of a group of people for a specialized purpose such as having a discussion, learning something, or studying something.
2. the place where such a meeting is held.
sheltered workshop a facility where individuals with handicaps are employed to produce a product, to socialize, and to increase their sense of self worth.

workshop

Academia A specialized conference in which experts in a particular area of science or medicine, convene in order to compare data and establish or standardize criteria for a substance, disease, or phenomenon. Cf 'Wetshop. '.

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Q. Would anybody be interested in a workshop in holistic pulsing. Benefits are wide spread for many conditions Holistic pulsing is a simple technique that has many benefits for a wide variety of problems. What is nice about the technique is that it is easy and fast to learn. I have helped people with headaches, back problems, breathing problems, assisted in relieving pain for people with severe cancer etc. Would like to put together some workshops for anybody interested in learning. Good for nurses, bodywork people and any lay person that wants to benefit family and friends. You can look it up on the internet or contact me with any questions. Etan

A. Will these workshops be held someplace or on-line?

Where do you practice your technique?

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Here he not only found the keenest interest and sympathy in his air-castles of invention, but also was given permission to use the cellar of the house as his workshop.
Modern industry has converted the little workshop of the patriarchal master into the great factory of the industrial capitalist.
With this exit speech, which he considered effective, Wiry Ben shouldered his basket and left the workshop, quickly followed by Mum Taft and Sandy Jim.
It must be confessed that a family likeness pervaded these respectable progeny of Drowne's skill; that the benign countenance of the king resembled those of his subjects, and that Miss Peggy Hobart, the merchant's daughter, bore a remarkable similitude to Britannia, Victory, and other ladies of the allegoric sisterhood; and, finally, that they all had a kind of wooden aspect which proved an intimate relationship with the unshaped blocks of timber in the carver's workshop.
The tailor put on the girdle, and resolved to go forth into the world, because he thought his workshop was too small for his valour.
Hung round with those dusky curtains, the world is no longer a mere dingy workshop, but a stately temple wherein man may worship, and where at times in the dimness his groping hands touch God's.
They repaired in company to the workshop of the Messrs.
The Magician is very busy, as I said, but if you will promise not to disturb him you may come into his workshop and watch him prepare a wonderful charm.
A sudden step upon the stairway leading to his workshop brought him trembling and wide eyed to his feet, staring fearfully at the locked and bolted door.
If ever he happens to speak of it, he calls it his workshop.
It was this adventure in wood-working and plumbing that brought about the building of the little workshop, where he slowly gathered a collection of loved tools.
A LION, entering the workshop of a smith, sought from the tools the means of satisfying his hunger.

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