core link

core link

In osteopathic medicine the hypothesis that manipulation of the cranial sutures results in subtle movements of the sacrum.

core link,

n the dura mater covering the brain and the spine, internally connecting the occiput to the sacrum and coordinating the synchronized motions of these structures. Also called
craniosacral membrane and
dural membrane.
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Mike Gallop, of Network Rail, will tell today's rail conference that the core link between Cardiff Queen Street and Central will be improved to enable 16 trains per hour to use it, compared with 12 today.
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The Egyptian financial sector represents a significant growth opportunity with its combination of growth potential, increased future penetration of banking services, young and dynamic population to be served and the core links of Egypt within the Mena region," QNB Group CEO Ali Shareef al-Emadi had said at the time of inking "definitive agreement".
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