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healing process

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  • The Music for Healing and Transition Program certifies Music Practitioners, who employ the therapeutic value of music to enhance the healing process of the chronically ill or to ease the life to death transition of those with terminal diseases.

    You’re Certifiable

  • On one occasion, after a battle, Paré, not having sufficient oil, applied ointment and bandaged the wounds, and observed that the healing process proceeded more favourably under this treatment.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • And gradually his memory slipped a little, as memories do, even those with so much love attached to them; as if there is an unconscious healing process within the mind which mends up in spite of our desperate determination never to forget.

    The Thorn Birds

  • Every guide book relates the healing process as formerly pursued at the Maronite Convent Koshaya not far from Bayrut.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Campaigns are hurtful, and George already had started the healing process by having a small dinner at the house with Lloyd and B. A. Bentsen, Nick and Kitty Brady, Helen and Bob Strauss, Bob and Betsy Teeter from our campaign, Kansas Senator Nancy Kassebaum, and Alec Courtelis, one of our National Steering Committee members.

    Barbara Bush

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