amental

amental

(əˈmɛntəl)
adj
botany catkin-bearing

amental

(əˈmɛntəl)
adj
denying the existence of mind; non-mental
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AMENTAL health awareness scheme has been launched in honour of popular Northumberland mum Sally Allan.
AMENTAL health triage scheme has been praised for saving the taxpayer PS1.
AMENTAL health nurse has defended his judgement that a man who went on to kill his mother and sister less than 48 hours later was no risk to himself or others.
pressing here a light-switch and there an indicator, in a way that seemed haphazard but was in fact determined by an amental pattern as precise as any of those that governed his chess.
some of the small but amental expenses ost small businesses owners about their proach to dealing with en compared to whathem and illustrated shopping around, iers or negotiating hings like energy, and petrol, savings dreds of pounds.
The recent publication on Amazon of my e-book, AMental State, has prompted me to approach you about two main issues:
y Meanwhile, a fund-f amental piece of evidence used by Osborne to justify the so-called "austerity" measures has been completely discredited.
He points out that the process of forming a amental representation of the abstraction that is independent of the contexta is what leads to an understanding of human intelligence.
LYNN, West Heath AMENTAL illness results from trauma, old age, stress or worry, Lynn.
JLB's niece suspects the Nigerian dentist she works for, Dr Komoti, is having amental breakdown.