Many authors in Quebec and elsewhere agree that in devitalized
collectivities, whether urban or rural, the fight against poverty should be based in the social economy and the social capital of those collectivities (Develtere 1998; Demoustier 2004; Moulaert and Nussbaumer 2005).
In other nations, a lack of distance between religion and government has spawned only oppression (such as in Iran) or lifeless, devitalized
religious communities (such as Western Europe).
Because maggots eat only devitalized
tissue, they can be used to treat necrotic, infected, deep tissue or nonhealing, burn, traumatic, malignant, and diabetic wounds.
In Montreal, in districts devitalized
by industrial relocation, social movements have integrated the struggle for the sustainability of local communities into their repertoire of collective actions.
31) In his "Spectator" column in the National Guardian, Michael Gold underscored the divide between the uptown (AJTC) and downtown (Farband Committee) Jews, when he wrote that, "Uptown in New York an exhibition stresses the smug, devitalized
conservatism of the wealthy minority: I have seen the other exhibition at 189 Second Avenue, on the proletarian East Side.
The moral propaganda that has in most Western states become the substitute for our devitalized
tradition of moral conduct is based on the principle of "believing that.
Will immortal nations enter a state of torpor, devitalized
by a lack of ambition and innovation?
Class IV/Dirty- Old traumatic wounds with retained devitalized
Infected: tissue and those that involve existing clinical infection or perforated viscera.
When I was at university, I remember students embarking on seven-day macrobiotic brown rice diets for the same reason and I've seldom seen people looking progressively more unhealthy and devitalized
than they did.
He found the British dance public and its companies devitalized
after the war and complacently parochial.
With this reaction, the tissue on the inner surface of the capsule was devitalized
What to avoid for guarding ojas: anger, worry, overwork, drugs or stimulants, hunger, sorrow, excessive sex, and devitalized