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palmar

[′päm·ər]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the palm of the hand.
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I thank God for saving my child," said a teary eyed Dichen Palmo.
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Palmo now heads the Dongyu Gatsar Ling nunnery in Himachal Pradesh.
Previous authors have discussed identity as an aspect of the relative youthfulness of the profession and its adaptiveness in keeping pace with contextual changes in the delivery of human services (e.g., Ginter, 1991; Palmo, 1999).
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Its leader is Ani Palmo, a dynamic 30-something Ladakhi woman who was ordained as a nun while pursuing a degree in Tibetan Medicine in Dharamsala, India.
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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.m.