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sane

sound in mind; free from mental disturbance
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sane

[sān]
(psychology)
Of sound mind.
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By making them visible in an area where millions pass by every day, Sano hopes to capture the people's attention to their plight.
Through the video uploaded by DBS Bank Indonesia on the official DBS Indonesia YouTube channel, Sano shared inspiring insights regarding the Waste4Change waste management system.
They know the frost-prone areas and they no longer plant there)," Sano said.
Sano (left) with Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation Marketing Manager for Core Smartphones Nico Gonzales (right) at the awarding ceremony of the Moments Worth A Million online photography contest.
Pursuant to the terms of the collaboration between Chemo, Mundo Sano and DNDi, a substantial part of any revenue derived from the future sale of the PRV will be directed towards enhancing access to treatment for Chagas patients and improving patient health in other disease areas.
"Sano" is slang for sanitary, meaning a very neat and clean installation.
Soy Sano has found that during the past couple of years, because of the expansion of the publicly funded Oregon Health Plan under the federal Affordable Care Act, fewer legal residents need the program's help.
Sano denied plagiarism and the Tokyo Games chiefs had been supporting him.
According to Fast for the Climate, hundreds of people from around the world fasted with Sano for the duration of the meeting, but the results were not what they hoped for.
In her book, Sano AVOCADO AND PEAR QUINOA POWER SUSHI (Serves 2-3) I ALWAYS wrap cling wrap around my sushi rolling mats as this prevents the rice (or quinoa, in this case) from sticking at all.
Japanese Conscious Eating For A Long And Healthy Life by Makiko Sano (photography Lisa Linder) is published by Quadrille, price AVOCADO AND PEAR QUINOA POWER SUSHI (Serves 2-3) I ALWAYS wrap cling wrap around my sushi rolling mats as this prevents the rice (or quinoa, in this case) from sticking at all.
According to Sano, who grew up in Tokyo before moving to London and opening sushi restaurant Suzu, the basic rules of Shoku-Iku include the Buddhist-inspired Power of Five to boost variety: eating foods from five groups (grains, vegetables, fruits, protein and dairy) that appeal to your five senses, that contain five tastes (sweet, sour, bitter, salt and the savoury 'umami'), and which aim to reflect five colours (green/ blue, red/orange, white, black/brown, yellow).