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There was also the episode of Who's the Boss that launched I believe this was the title Living Dolls.
Andrei Lankov, reviews a locally popular book for high-school students with the title Living in Two Koreas, One Nation, Two Lives.
For the last several years, Ms. Hall, 59, has held the title Living/Style editor, overseeing the Real Estate, Dining and Home sections and a rotating group of feature reporters who work for several sections.
In the book, Shovel It: Kick Ass Advice To Turn Life's Crap into The Peace and Happiness You Deserve, Debbie Robins writes, "To help create what you want while simultaneously trusting the universe to decide what form it is meant to come in, consider writing what I call a Living Vision ..."
For Us the Living is a “new” Robert Heinlein book.
An important aspect of the group's work is the foundation of crisis pregnancy centers and maternity homes, which they call Living Alternatives, with centers located in the US as well as in Romania, England, Belgium, Cyprus, Russia, and Ukraine.
Simple Gifts: Lessons in Living from a Shaker Village
Her M.A. thesis will be published by Beit Lohamei ha-Getta’ot under the title Living with the Memory: Monuments in Israel Commemorating the Holocaust.
The progress we have seen from our partnering local Area Agencies on Aging and Centers for Independent Living is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of potential collaboration and streamlined access that can be realized with these funds.
Bob McDonnell Glosses Over Source of $2 Million in Health Care Funds
"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see," Lennon sang in "Strawberry Fields Forever."
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