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said of wool in a fleece which is coarser than normal for the class of sheep.

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Q. Would anybody be interested in a workshop in holistic pulsing. Benefits are wide spread for many conditions Holistic pulsing is a simple technique that has many benefits for a wide variety of problems. What is nice about the technique is that it is easy and fast to learn. I have helped people with headaches, back problems, breathing problems, assisted in relieving pain for people with severe cancer etc. Would like to put together some workshops for anybody interested in learning. Good for nurses, bodywork people and any lay person that wants to benefit family and friends. You can look it up on the internet or contact me with any questions. Etan

A. Will these workshops be held someplace or on-line?

Where do you practice your technique?

Q. I am looking for an Enterprise-wide Hospital Management Software to run a tertiary level of care Hospital. The software should be an ERP taking into account all the hospital's operation from reception to admission, tranfer, to discharge, including facility management, account department operations to house keeping and Human Resources Management

A. Not really my field, but googling would give you plenty of results, and this one ( might be a good place to start your search.

Also, here ( you can find a list of open source healthcare software you may find usefull.


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Bishop Sheen held to a "narrow" definition of "triangle," without which the word would have no meaning--like the modern, broad-minded "interpretation" of marriage.
She also said that she's sure that Price is broad-minded enough to shrug it off and if not she'll just have to take that up with him.
We don't mind disagreement, in fact, we feel civil disagreement is at the very heart of why we elect multi-member boards to represent a broad-minded public.
Be broad-minded enough to get the message and not get hung up on the style or wording.
With his sympathy for Sufism and tolerance for the strangest of habits, Evliya's account is a reminder of a more broad-minded Islamic world, and of a time when travellers could bring back tall tales of faraway places in the secure knowledge that their audience would never travel there themselves.
Imagine his horror, then, when the audience erupted and he turned to see his laptop had switched from displaying harmless quiz questions to an image that should only be viewed by broad-minded adults.
BROAD-MINDED Culture Club members who are game for a laugh have the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the musical comedy Busting Out at the Empire Theatre in Consett, County Durham on Friday, September 24 at 7.
One wrote: "To many of us, he was a great friend, a dedicated teacher and a very broad-minded human being.
The broad-minded, if foolish, Queen emerges well from these compelling pages but many other people do not.
Publications like ours are committed by tradition and purpose to broad-minded, inclusive coverage of the world of letters.
I congratulate universities for their broad-minded acceptance of the new qualification.
Susan said: "She'd travelled all over the world with us and was very broad-minded, but then she came back to Southport and got involved with the wrong people.