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palmar

[′päm·ər]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the palm of the hand.
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I am very proud of Tenzin Palmo and I am encouraging her to bestow on us her lineage so that we can work together to bring the tradition back," the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa said.
Law, who was forced to resign in 2002 as the archbishop of Boston, Palmo said.
However, earlier in her career Tenzin Palmo experienced just how restricting the world of Buddhist monasticism could be for women when she joined her root guru's monastery as a twenty-one year old novice nun.
When they get back to school, all anyone will be talking about is Palmo Goss," she stated.
The mouths of Deep Creek and Cedar Creek, and coves in the Orangedale and Tocoi areas, Colee Cove, Palmo Cove, Florence Cove and Solano Cove are bream favorites.
Bhikshuni Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo in the lobby as we were attending the same Buddhists-Hindus Summit, so I mentioned my plan to spend the afternoon and asked if she would be interested to come along, she agreed eagerly enough.
Vitorioso num pleito em que o terreno era disputado palmo a palmo; portador de um diploma que deveria ser considerado a expressao insofismavel da verdade eleitoral, (.
la teja que se rompio le hizo a Antonio una cuchillada de un palmo en la nalga izquierda, de que estuvo muy mal algunos dias" (547).
At least 67 of the country's nearly 200 dioceses provide such dispensations, said Rocco Palmo, a Catholic commentator who has been keeping an informal count on his blog ``Whispers in the Loggia.
Anche qui, una esperienza precisa, come quella di un singolare battesimo, porta a far emergere aspetti di singolarita la cui suggestione viene stimolata ma lasciata in parte alla immaginazione del lettore: cosi, la visione del solitario gigante indigeno con cui una parte dell'equipaggio entra in contatto, un giorno, che "saltando balava e quando balava, ogni volta cazava li piedi soto terra un palmo.
In light of these criticisms, as well as the fact that the discipline of mental health counseling emphasizes the importance of contextualizing clients' problems (Brown & Srebalus, 2003; Seiler, 1996; Weikel & Palmo, 1996), it is not surprising that a number of scholars have suggested that mental health counselors (MHCs) be judicious in their use of psychiatric taxonomy.
No dejaba de darme pena tanto cuidado y andar holgazan: porque en este tiempo me ensene a jugar la taba, el palmo y al hoyuelo.