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Q. My Grandmother was recently diagnosied with diverticulitis, do you think she should resume her job as a helper or should she stop working and stay home ,She is in her late seventies? if she should even return to work the day should be cut and the work as well don't you think so too?

A. Diverticulitis is definitely treatable. If your grandmother is of sound mind please let her be active as long as possible. I just retired at 70 but I feel like I could have worked another 10 years. Activity and being needed is the key to staying young.

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Schatten um Schatten haben sich erhellt die Kinderseele, der Lebenslauf der ihm geraubt wurde.
For this, and some of the following: Lebenslauf des Schroder, Reiner, Josef, Rudy, Berlin, 9 November 1951, in BStU: Ddn.
Ernst, Michele et Rene Levy 2002 Lebenslauf und Regulation in Paarbeziehungen : Bestimmungsgrunde der Ungleichheit familialer Arbeitsteilung.
What should Jakob's Lebenslauf relate, then, other than the fulfilment of this movement?
Wassmannsdorff's Oberamtmann's in Bonndorf Volksblatt; see also the accusations against Oberamtmann Turban in Hugo Baur, Mein politischer Lebenslauf (Constance, 1929), 18-20.
Of particular note is the commentary from Moravian women provided in the lebenslauf personal memoirs that often were entered into the records of Moravian congregations at the time of their death.
Der mensehlich lebenslauf asl psychologisches problem [The human life course as a psychological subject].
Russell, in mehreren nacheinander folgenden Abhandlungen mit dem Lebenslauf und den Werken Heinrichs von Avranches (Abricensis) befasst (1).
Since his short story was first published in 1890, (2) the main characteristics of this narrative device -- what I call the "liminal, distended time flashforward" -- have been used successfully in such noteworthy stories as Hermann Hesse's "The Indian Life" ("Indischer Lebenslauf," the final chapter of his last novel, Das Glasperlenspiel); Jorge Luis Borges' "The Secret Miracle" ("El Milagro Secreto"); Julio Cortazar's "The Night Face Up" ("La noche de boca arriba"); Ernest Hemingway's "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"; William Golding's Pincher Martin; and Nikos Kazantzakis' The Last Temptation of Christ (O teleutaios pirasmos).
Of course, Der Lebenslauf der Liebe is once again a best-selling book, even though its author has done precious little to give the public easy fare.
In a Lebenslauf at 26, he lists several intellectual influences, among them Dilthey and Kierkegaard.
He was not only an exemplary Romantic prose stylist and ideologue, his biography reads like a parody of Romantic Lebenslauf.