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remen

(ˈrɛmɛn)
n
an ancient Egyptian measurement unit of length
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An important insight came from Rachel Remen, a physician who has worked with cancer patients.
e PS650,000, six-storey training tool is torched on a regular basis, giving remen an "as close as it gets" skyscraper drill.
e remen who put their lives in danger to try to control the blaze that ripped through the city landmark on November e remen who put their lives in danger to try to control the blaze that ripped through the city landmark on November 14 were from the Solihull Auxiliary Fire Service.
In introducing this anthology, noted holistic medical educator Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, remarks that physicians "...may all need to know a little less and wonder a little more" in caring for patients.
Norwegian ski flier Johan Remen Evensen broke the world record for ski flying twice this week during the grand opening of Vikersundbakken, the world's largest ski flying hill.
Meanwhile, Stockport striker Michael Malcolm is on the verge of an amazing move to German giants Werder B remen.
Rachel Naomi Remen. For more than 40 years, she has worked with people facing the ultimate change--dying patients and the doctors who care for them.
In her book My Grandfather's Blessings (Riverhead) Rachel Naomi Remen tells of a mother still wild with grief two years after the loss of her college-age son.
The skinny: A true Japanese noodle house with all the traditional varieties--udon, soba, remen, and somen.
Rachel Naomi Remen, a pioneer in the mind-body holistic health movement, will speak on "The Will to Live and Other Mysteries" at 7 p.m.
My Grandfather's Blessings: Stories of Strength, Refuge, and Belonging, by Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D.