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cure-all

(kyo͝or′ôl′)
n.
A remedy that cures all diseases or evils; a panacea.
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Thanks to the medical profession's re-discovery of ancient cure-alls, Birmingham kids may soon run home to mom with a grazed knee and get the chilling response: "There, there.
At one time there were 1300 such cure-alls being sold--the majority of which contained alcohol or opium.
Before her, there was mutual suspicion between the sceptic vets and assorted 'backmen' and other cure-alls.
The flagship initiative, Strategy for new skills and jobs', presented, on 23 November, by Commissioners Laszlo Andor (employment) and Androulla Vassiliou (education), does not contain any cure-alls to labour market problems.
No cure-alls protect you from these biases, but here are some suggestions.
By day, the markets of Chinatown offer a flurry of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbal cure-alls, including all manner of virility talismans (rats, lizards, etc.
However, in many cases there is little or no understanding of the longer term risks of medications that are increasingly hyped as cure-alls for some of the natural processes of women's bodies.
They're worked up about "lean production," another of these corporate cure-alls, and they'd like governments to try it.
While it's true cameras aren't cure-alls, technology is on the way to making it as much a cure-all as possible," he says.
Cures They Don't Want You to Know About," by Kevin Trudeau: Under fire from the Federal Trade Commission, the controversial alternative-health guru shifted from hawking cure-alls to pitching self-help books via infomercial, generating sales of more than 1 million copies.