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palming

(pom′ing)
1. Covering the eyes with the palms of the hands. It is an alternative medical practice alleged to improve visual accommodation and a component of the Bates method.
2. The application of pressure to the client's body with the palm of the hand, as in shiatsu and other forms of massage.
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Last year, in a first, the Palme d'Or was shared by two actresses for ''Blue is the Warmest Color'' along with its director.
The purchasing authority of visitors that attended the 2010 edition of Palme Middle East accumulated to a whopping $1.
Mr Palme was a fierce campaigner for the working classes and Third World causes.
The Olof Palme Memorial Fund, set up in memory of the former Swedish prime minister assassinated in 1986, last month said Ardalan "succeeded in making the demand for equal rights for men and women a central part of the struggle for democracy in Iran".
The competition was judged by DJ Mister Mister aka Mike Bufton, DJ Greg Dufton, Manager Chi@The Lodge, British DJ Dan Tate and last year's Palme winner DJ Mo Tiger.
Ausonius fue descartado como el asesino, dado que en el momento en que los Palme fueron atacados, aquel se encontraba en prision.
The Grand Prix, second to the Palme d'Or, went to ''Broken Flowers,'' directed by American film director Jim Jarmusch.
They were Kissinger of America, Schmidt of West Germany, Rumor of Italy, Palme of Sweden, Biesheuvel of The Netherlands, and Gerald Ford of America.
US director Michael Moore's anti-Bush documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 won the Palme d'Or best film award at the Cannes film festival last night.
In the Palme investigation, one suspect was captured and released after a week.
And even though the Palme d'Or once again eluded his grasp, the film did win the top prize for its screenplay, and Les Invasions' Marie-Josee Croze was chosen the festival's best actress, beating out such heavyweights as odds-on-favourite Nicole Kidman in Lars yon Trier's Dogville.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-21 January 2003-Olof Palme killed by South African agent - claim(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.