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- n. A person who, or thing that, emanates
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Bemused smiles involuntarily parting their lips, they would continue on their way for a few yards, when, at a safe distance and no longer able to resist, they would stop and slowly look back, smiling all the while, only to find that the emanator of the aroma had-so they believed-turned a corner or disappeared through a doorway.
There is no change or division in the emanator that would justify saying it is divided into parts in these various sefirot.
The emanator was an unusual device intended to be placed overnight in water so that a ready supply of radioactive water would be available the next day.
Radium emanator produced by the Standard Chemical Company for treating two people.
They advertised their products as being as radioactive as the natural springs and effective against a long list of medical problems such as neuralgia, neurosis of the digestive organs, and malignant neoplasm. 89 Radium had become firmly rooted in everyday human life as anyone could go to the local store to buy a radium emanator, a radium ointment, or a radium compress.
Standard radium emanators for treating two people and even a portable office-style emanator for treating one person were designed, produced, and sold by the company.
Kheper as the emanator or creator, 101 _et seq. _, 107 _et seq.