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A concept central to Hinduism which holds that a person’s condition in this life is the result of physical and mental actions that occurred in past incarnations, and actions in the present life will influence one’s destiny in future incarnations.
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Kharma expressed regret at the continued violations of the human rights of Palestinians in the occupied territories, and that Israel was yet to be held to account for committing these violations.
"When insurers are getting bigger, they are not in need of a TPA, they need a system, and this system will include digital platforms to manage healthcare," Kharma explains.
The results of the present study in general were similar to that of Kharma et al18 which was conducted among dental students in Alfarabi College of Dentistry, Jeddah.
Similarly, Argon is an emerging browser integrating existing web technol- ogies using KHARMA architecture in augmented reality environments, KHARMA using KML/HTML and al- ready developed web technologies for porting into aug- mented reality system (Hill et al., 2010).
Kharma and Hajjaj (1997) is another study that reinforced the previous findings and revealed that Arab EFL learners' errors in writing are syntactical and especially in prepositions.
The Keeping Healthy and Active with Risk reduction and Medication Adherence (KHARMA) Project used MI in a group format to promote both medication adherence and risk reduction behaviors in HIV-infected women in a southern state in the US.
Camera (color, wide-screen), Asseem Mishra; editor, Namrata Ran; music, Salim-Sulaiman; lyrics, Amitabh Bhattacharya; production designer, Wasiq Khan; costume designers, Aki Narula, Arun Chauhan, Ayesha Kharma; sound (Dolby Digital), Pritam Das; sound editor, Renganaath Ravee; choreographer, Vaibhavi Merchant, Shruti Merchant; assistant director, Akshat Kapil.
Al margen de que se este de acuerdo o no con el pesimismo de Schopenhauer (recordemos su principio de retribucion cosmica tan inspirado en el kharma hindu: el ser humano, al estar sometido a la voluntad, es victima y verdugo, sufrimos danos y hacemos danos en una especie de justicia universal; o la reinterpretacion que el filosofo hace de la tesis de Calderon de la Barca que pone en boca de Segismundo: <<el mayor crimen del hombre es haber nacido>>, etc.), o con varios de sus principios ontologicos fundamentales (la idealidad de la materia fisica, el monismo metafisico, el voluntarismo cosmico, etc.) parece indudable que el filosofo aleman ha roto muchos mitos, algunos de los cuales, por cierto, perduran en nuestros dias.
Mike Kharma's general store used to stand on that mottled patch of city lawn that now fronts the city-grown high-rise.
Daoud, Nawwaf Kharma, "A high performance algorithm for static task scheduling in heterogeneous distributed computing systems," Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, vol.
That was the message from GlobeMed chairman and chief executive officer Mounir Kharma to guests at a gala dinner at the Gulf Hotel to celebrate the company's opening in Bahrain.
'GlobeMed Bahrain is another act of commitment to serve the Bahraini market as well as the Mena region,' said GlobeMed chief executive officer, Mounir Kharma.