amental

amental

(əˈmɛntəl)
adj
botany catkin-bearing

amental

(əˈmɛntəl)
adj
denying the existence of mind; non-mental
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Its as if the game is messing with you at amental level, taunting you and teasing you into unravelling the mystery of the house and your reasons for visiting or rather finding it.
It has also pledged to enhance support and professional learning for teachers on good amental health.
AMENTAL health charity has criticised police and prosecutors for taking to court a man who tried to kill himself on the M6.
AMENTAL health charity has helped to create an environmentally-friendly flood defence to protect a golf course.
Under the Act, people with amental disordermay be formally detained in hospital (or 'sectioned') in the interests of their own health or safety, or for the protection of other people.
AMENTAL health nurse has been struck off after facing allegations he had sex with a "highly vulnerable" patient.
However, up to one in five women will experience amental health problemduring pregnancy or within the first year after giving birth.
These include the 'Emotional Education Project', amental health awareness campaign organised by teens, for teens, todestigmatise talking about emotional issues and reaching out for help.
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.