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Popular shorthand for a 'tool' traditionally used in psychoanalysis and other talk therapies
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Dans ce cadre, souligne le communique du ministere, les services competents prelevent systematiquement les echantillons sur toutes les importations de couches bebes pour les analyser dans les laboratoires agrees pour s'assurer de leur securite.
In Appendix A, Baughan dates every one of these tombs with a question mark, most with ranges of "eighth-fifth century?" Funerary couches in tombs from sites in Lycia, Caria, and Paphlagonia carry the discussion into the fourth century BC and later.
Anderson said on Tuesday that the Couches appeared to have planned for their departure, including holding a farewell party.
Stapleton's team set out to gather information that consumers often lack, including which couches contain flame retardants and what kinds.
This drives up demand for Beirut couches, but most members say it's less about saving money than about meeting new people.
However, when indoor cats sharpen their claws on couches and drapes, they can quickly ruin their owners' possessions, causing frustration to even the most loving owners.
Nearly 90 Bahrainis are active members of the social networking site couchsurfing.com, which literally offers them the opportunity to surf the world on other people's couches.
As a member of the Couch Surfing Project, an international hospitality exchange network, the Clark University senior spreads tolerance and cultural understanding while living an adventure: traveling around the world and spending the nights for free on strangers' couches.