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  • Advanced Design builds on skills taught in the Basic Design course and focuses on advanced elements of design and advanced wedding designs.

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  • The program also includes the entire curriculum of the DermaTech program, which focuses on bathing, drying, and topical conditioning of canine and feline skin and coats.

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  • Among mass layoffs, considerable uncertainty and protests, Nasa can do little more than hope that private sector enterprise will carry the US back into low Earth orbit and the ISS, while Nasa itself focuses on more distant manned exploration, perhaps to a passing near-Earth asteroid.

    Spacewatch: launch of the Atlantis shuttle

  • Acupuncture treatment for weight reduction focuses on the ears.

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  • Luciana Jacobelli, Gladiators at Pompeii Los Angeles: John Paul Getty Museum, 2004, focuses on the important evidence of the first century A.D. but contains much of interest.

    The Spartacus War

  • “The speaker focuses on the loss experience, the typical feelings of survivors, the grief work to be done, the potential difficulties awaiting them on the road to recovery, and the help they can give each other by sharing experiences and by supporting each other,” Deeken explained in 2005.

    The Truth About Grief

  • While this chapter focuses on short-term storage rather than on long-term archiving, proper storage is still important.

    The Organized Student

  • Hakomi Therapy and Hakomi Integrative Somatics are both body-centered approaches to healing, but while Hakomi Therapy is a body-centered psychotherapy, using touch and body awareness to access psychological information, Hakomi Integrative Somatics focuses on using bodywork and movement to resolve developmental issues and traumatic wounds in the body itself.

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  • The curriculum of Alexander Technique training courses focuses on hands-on study, and also includes instruction in anatomy and physiology and the writings of F. M. Alexander, the originator of the technique.

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  • An ISI strategy is inward-oriented and focuses on serving the domestic market, protecting so-called infant industries from international competition.

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