energy block

energy block

A putative reduction or impasse in the flow of life energy which, according to the practitioners of zone therapy and reflexology, can be resolved through massage and manipulation of the feet and other body regions.
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Tenders are invited for Repair Fittings - Energy Block Nr.
the Clean Air Act, Appliance Efficiency Standards, Federal Transportation Investments, and Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency loan and grant programs, including refunding of energy block grant program, and by proposing new legislative initiatives.
None of the sides has voiced an intention to leave the energy block this year.
Tremors were felt at the plant, but the earthquake did not affect the standard situation at the energy block.
The main contractor in the construction of the Iru electricity station waste energy block is French company CNIM.
The other two projects the board will vote on will also be funded by the energy block grants about $1.
With the current state of Russo-Iranian military and energy ties, Russia stands a chance to challenge the US in the heart of the Middle East, and together with China in the SCO, present a new global energy block.
Stimulating community development through federal block grant programs such as the Community Development Block Grant and energy block grants; and
Besides the energy block grants, he said, federal stimulus funding is available to pay for additional energy efficiency equipment for municipal water and sewer plants to reduce power costs for those plants, which he said are "the biggest energy hogs" in most municipal budgets.
Among the goals are calls for an energy block grant, restored funding for police and community development block grants, more money for affordable housing and public housing, more programs focused on children and youths, increasing homeland security and ending unfunded mandates.