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plantar

[′plan·tər]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the sole of the foot.
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Plante, 50, said he was at home watching television with his wife, Cheryl, and daughter, Sarah, a Notre Dame Academy senior, when he got a call from Sgt.
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Through screening we can make sure that anyone with a predilection to harm kids is prevented from entering ministry," said Plante, a professor of psychology and director of the Spirituality and Health Institute at Santa Clara University here.
Plante categorizes these tools into two categories: internal and external tools.
Plante wisely advises readers that most research about the relationship between spirituality and health is correlational, cross-sectional, and based on self-report.
This allusion is no coincidence; in a memory from the early days of his relationship with Stangos, Plante writes, "The first Greek poem you taught me was one of Sappho's, in which she sleeps alone.
La Plante added: "If you were to go to the BBC and say to them: 'Listen, Lynda La Plante's written a new drama, or I have this little Muslim boy who's just written one', they'd say: 'Oh, we'd like to see his script.
If you were to go to the BBC and say to them, 'Listen, Lynda La Plante's written a new drama, or I have this little Muslim boy who's just written one', they'd say: 'Oh, we'd like to see his script," The Telegraph quoted La Plante, 63, as saying.
In a lot of cases," says Plante, "they would finish each other's sentences.
How different are this columnist's recollections of a younger La Plante.
Anne Robinson vs Lynda La Plante - when two redheads do battle over the sensitive issue of a lady's age, Hannah Jones explains why the nation sides with vengeful La Plante HOW does that saying go now?