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palmar

[′päm·ər]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the palm of the hand.
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Motivated in part by the institutional church's communication failures, Palmo wanted to create a Catholic news site that gave the straight story.
Palmo now heads the Dongyu Gatsar Ling nunnery in Himachal Pradesh.
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone if the disproportionately loud set of Mahony critics within the church sought to seize upon the story to attain their long-sought goal of nothing less than his scalp," Palmo said.
As Weikel and Palmo (1989) stated, "most knowledgeable MHCs would be able to define the differences among the various professional counseling groups" (p.
Ya leyo palmo a palmo cada una de las letras del recuadro de presentacion y Word empieza a dibujarse en el escritorio de Windows.
Designed by IDEO, the eyemodule turns Handspring's Visor line of Palmo PDAs into instant digital cameras.
BUDDHIST NUN TENZIN PALMO, WHO LIVED ALONE IN A CAVE IN NORTHERN INDIA FOR 12 YEARS.
Asked to speak on the status of Ladakhi nuns at an international conference of Buddhist women in Ladakh's capital, Leh, in 1995, Palmo first had to investigate their living conditions.
Palmo Center for Peace and Education - "Overcoming Addiction from a Contemplative Perspective" will be the second talk in the Consciousness Living Series with Tulku Jigme Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist meditation and philosophy teacher, from 7 p.
La sociedad ha luchado palmo a palmo para que sus derechos sean respetados, para que las instituciones observen puntualmente cada uno de los preceptos de nuestra Carta Magna.
Presently the most senior Tibetan Buddhist nun, Tenzin Palmo was the second Western woman to undergo novice ordination as a Tibetan Buddhist nun (Mackenzie 43).