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repertory

Homeopathy
A reference book which lists homeopathic symptoms and the remedies used to treat them. Because the details on the modalities, locations and sensations associated with the symptoms may be exhaustive, repertories are typically very large.

repertory,

n in homeopathy, an extensive reference book or com-puter program that lists and cross-references precise symptoms and remedies for those symptoms.
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Now he has turned his attention to the most technical part of homoeopathy, the repertory.
As a result, staging of the play King Lear , the flagship production and the most acclaimed stage show of Minerva repertory, has become uncertain.
Dan Berube of Merrimack Repertory Theatre said a group has been formed in Worcester called the MRT Worcester Committee to support the proposed project.
The building, which is run by Birmingham City Council, was the first purpose-built repertory theatre in the country.
Marshall has received a MacArthur Fellowship among many other honors for her choreographic work, and "Arms" is an early classic from her repertory.
His first task is to define the instrumental consort repertory and its context of sources.
Founded in 1979, the North Carolina Repertory Company is the first black professional theatre company in North Carolina, and it is also the host of the internationally acclaimed National Black Theatre Festival.
The Tricky Part * (San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose, Calif.
Saunders, who bought Repertory at the end of his three-year-old season and saddled him to win 12 races, including the Group 3 Prix du Petit Couvert at Longchamp three times, said: "I've been thinking about it for a while now.
Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking is directed by the renowned Tony Taccone and co-produced by Jonathan Reinis Productions and Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
The School of Ballet Arizona Repertory & Summer Intensives
Performing in repertory and rarely repeating the same play on consecutive evenings, a company of 26 actors alternates this summer between ``Othello,'' the fairy strewn romantic comedy ``A Midsummer Night's Dream,'' and ``Titus Andronicus,'' Shakespeare's earliest tragedy -- and certainly one of his bloodiest.