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sitter

Fringe psychology
A BRETH (Breath Releasing Energy for Transformation and Healing and/or Happiness) technique practitioner, who creates a sacred and supportive environment in which the client can release the effects of emotional and physical trauma and limiting thought patterns.
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Both NAPPS and Pet Sitters International offer membership lists for the public that identify members' credentials, services and geographic areas they cover.
Yvette Gonzalez, president of NAPPS and owner of the As You Wish Pet Sitters in Denver, says, "Our philosophy is that the companion animal is healthier and happier in his own surroundings.
After the late 1940s, scholars were content to leave the identification of the sitter open.
We asked: "Did sitter usage add value to our outcomes?
Will the baby sitter have her own guest room or is the family renting a shared suite in which the baby sitter has her own bedroom?
The Sitter has been directed by David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express).
If he was lucky to find work again after Your Highness (2011), he doubles the odds against himself with Sitter.
If a Sitter sees a sick or injured seal, he or she contacts an expert at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Albert Sitter -- an Arizona Republic investigative reporter whose work was so hard-hitting colleagues at first feared he, not Don Bolles, was the was victim of assassination - died Sunday at age 85.
The Electro Sitter replaces the obsolete kiln sitter with a limit timer.
AUCTIONEERS are appealing for help in identifying the sitter in a portrait painted by an artist whose work is a favourite with visitors to Newcastle's Laing Art Gallery.