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chiro

An informal abbreviation for a person engaged in CHIROPRACTIC.
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Handing over the shoes to the schools' representatives recently in Mogoditshane, the chairperson of Chiro Youth Movement, Mr Duncan Motlhokodise said they had an initiative of giving back to the community by helping where there is need.
The final chapter in the section on justice, rights and responsibility, by Giovanna di Chiro, tackles the notion of the 'Anthropocene meme' and 'the age of humans', a keyword developing as a 'concept for understanding, theorising, and acting on climate change'.
"Mastercard has helped over 150 countries adopt EMV and, time and again, we've seen the same result: Significant reductions in counterfeit card fraud," Mastercard SVP of Product Delivery Chiro Aikat said.
The charity provides education and training to children in Chiro, a small, poor village in Cambodia.
Courage, who has presented a solo show at the Warehouse Theatre recently, Chiro, winner of the Last Comic Standing 2013 and Lifa, a natural new kid on the block.
The range comes Lumbar Support, Chiro Care, Posture Support and Echo range - all designed and manufactured using the latest technology to provide support, comfort and an optimum temperature sleeping surface, it said.
Giovanna Di Chiro is the Lang Professor for Issues of Social Change at Swarthmore College where she teaches courses on environmental justice theory, action research methods, and community sustainability.
He serves as a peer reviewer to a number of journals including the JMPT, CMT, Chiropractic and Osteopathy, and the J Chiro Ed, and has given over 50 invited scientific presentations.
The unnamed intelligence agent, who was head of the Chiro area, has been harassing the local people of the Oromo population in various, towns, and villages in Eastern Oromian Zone, said the rebel group.