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- adj. Receptive to treatment or cure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being healed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being healed.
but it is hearing stories like the one you just told me - about the pay off of "healable" hurts vs toxic resentment which make my soul nod it's head and my heart feel lighter thankyou Brandibutter you are delicious
One senses, in Israeli rage, unhealed wounds that may well be un-healable.
This is complex and deep, but definitely resolvable, healable, transformable.
Aren't we looking at divisions that are simply not healable because a bunch of people go to the polls?
Thus to ask why fire moves upward and earth downward is the same as to ask why the healable, when moved and changed qua healable, attains health and not whiteness; and similar questions might be asked concerning any other subject of aletion.
And since the same thing which is healable is also receptive of disease, it depends on whether it is moved qua healable or qua liable to disease whether the motion is towards health or towards disease.
As soon as we receive the photo and the details, we sense the AURA to find out whether the patient is in a healable stage.
Ice Bolt is randomly cast and does a little Frost damage (easily healable) while also encasing the target in a block of ice.
For them, marriage is largely an illusion masking a treatable and healable sexual disorder that is often disabling or fatal: gay men have 800% more sexual partners than heterosexual men.
Â For them, marriage is largely an illusion masking a treatable and healable sexual disorder that is often disabling or fatal: gay men have 800\% more sexual partners than heterosexual men.
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