life fields

life fields,

n.pl the scientifically measured biofields surrounding living beings and inanimate objects. Coined by Yale anatomist Dr. Harold Saxton Burr, Ph.D., in the 1930s.
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He asserted that the government has put in place all legislative and legal requirements that can consolidate women's role and increase their contributions to all public life fields, especially the commercial, economic and investment ones.
The project came to enhance the Palestinian women participation and promote them to take a leadership role in all life fields throughout training them about leadership and will concepts, in addition to raise their awareness about the importance to overcome weak points like fears and other social barriers that women face in the society.
Iranian Vice-President stresses importance of cooperation with Syria in environmental and wild life fields.
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