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bardo

Paranormal
Tibetan for the intermediate plane of existence that follows death and precedes the person’s next birth.

bardo (baˑr·dō),

n from the
Bardo Thodol (i.e., the
Tibetan Book of the Dead), refers to the space between death and rebirth and by extension to the space between any cessation and becoming.
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Tout en insistant sur l'absence de tout trafic d'organes en Tunisie, Bardi a souligne que l'operation de transplantation se deroule dans des hopitaux publics et conformement a normes nationales.
For the remainder of her career, Bo Bardi continued to develop this dialogue between modern technique and vernacular tradition in her architectural practice, which increasingly involved participation, sensitivity to historic surroundings, and a gentle breaking of social barriers.
But Bardi also goes to some pains to explain that depletion is more complicated than simply "running out" of something.
But as a member of Italy's Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO), Bardi strives to define the ultimate dilemma facing the modern mining industry--that mineral extraction uses 10% of global energy, only to increase over time as ore grades decrease.
presents a broad reference to Bardi, the northernmost language in the family, and now spoken by fewer than 10 people in the far northwest of Australia.
In a study conducted in the US, Bardi and Schwartz (2003) found that, for example, the Tradition values related strongly to the behaviors that express them; Power and Self-direction moderately; and Conformity and Achievement only marginally.
Fe adawodd hen-daid y ddau efaill, Francesco Dallavalle, dref fynyddig Bardi yng ngogledd Yr Eidal ym 1912 a dod i gymoedd glofaol De Cymru i chwilio am fywyd gwell.
ONE ARM POINT REMOTE COMMUNITY SCHOOL Our World: Bardi Jaawi: Life at Ardiyooloon Magabala
According to details, four of these dead bodies were identified as Zahida Rind and Tasmina Lodaro, Sumera Bardi and Ijaz Metlu.
The results showed that the order of Asian values based on the theory of Schwartz and Bardi (2001) significantly explained the variation on valuing education (Adjusted R[superscript 2]=0.