The vessel had in fact astonishingly been used as the photographer's portable darkroom; I was essentially restoratively
continuing this vision.
Severely curved canals cannot be an indication for the extraction of a restoratively
important third molar.
In Brazil, cashew nut oil was used to treat leprosy, while in India the cashew was used restoratively
, as an appetizer, hair tonic, and aphrodisiac.
Macfarlane (Eds.), Responsive pedagogy: Engaging restoratively
with challenging behaviour.
He describes the concept of the social control window to conceptualize the role of adults in working with young people; the principles of working restoratively
, including accountability, in addition to its emotional elements, such as affect and shame; the application of these principles to different ages and situations, with a focus on conferences ranging from the individual to the group to the community; and the role of follow-up, accountability, and relationship management in managing a restorative program.