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plantar

[′plan·tər]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the sole of the foot.
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La question du secret et des droits de propriete intellectuelle entre les fournisseurs des soins medicaux traditionnels a rendu difficile pour eux de divulguer librement la plante medicinale reelle, les proportions et les combinaisons utilisees pour le traitement des maladies specifiques.
La Plante, 74, said: "I walked away in the first week of filming, but then I saw what was coming out.
Were honored to be named CPA Firm of the Year, said Michele McHale, the national private equity leader for Plante Moran.
La contribution de la filiere des plantes medicinales et aromatiques a la production agricole ne depasse pas 0,8% bien que la Tunisie figure parmi les principaux pays producteurs de ces plantes forestieres dans le monde arabe, a fait remarquer Samir Taieb, ministre de l'Agriculture, des Ressources Hydrauliques et de la Peche.
Billy Plante, artist/designer; Harriet Hendricks; John Roberts, CBRE; Andy Plante; Martin White, Birmingham Cathedral
Margaret Harry of House Beauty Spa said: "We're delighted to support such a wonderful charity as Variety the Children's Charity, and hosting Lynda La Plante in her home city with Tennison, her latest book, is a great coup.
Plante estimated that 50-100 golfers have showed up to play Heritage after realizing the course was open for the season, by reading about the incident in T&G or watching a subsequent report on WBZ TV-4.
With his background in music and his desire to create a publishing company to include the Ear Movie, La Plante taps into the talent of his friends and acquaintances such as Grammy award-winning record producer Greg Penny and his complete musical family, and actor Terence Stamp.
We appreciate this support from Plante Moran that will help create a stronger platform to provide support to middle-market companies in the region.
Psychological screening can't provide a 100 percent guarantee that once ordained, a man won't subsequently abuse children, said Plante, who has screened nearly 700 seminarians.
Plante provides ethical, rational, and empirical support for the assessment of spirituality and the inclusion of religious-spiritual tools in psychotherapy.
In Spiritual Practices in Psychotherapy: Thirteen Tools for Enhancing Psychological Health, Thomas Plante has done an excellent job balancing these various issues, producing a very clinically useful book that is also based on sound research.