from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of healing.


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  • WE have 400 billion people in the US why not give the people stimulis package of 100,000 dollers and wicth the heling.

    CNN Poll: President's approval on health care under 50 percent

  • Yes Flo I think heling people with disabilties is a very different subject to positively disciminating on behalf of women. people need access and then to be allowed to sink or swim

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  • McCain has nothing else left to give except lies, deciet and heling the Palins cover up their lies in Alaska.

    John McCain and the lying game

  • And the heling of their houses and the walls and the doors be all of wood.

    The Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Perhaps greater noise had never arisen upon the moor; and the cattle, and the quiet sheep, and even the wild deer came bounding from unsheltered places into any offering of branches, or of other heling from the turbulence of men.

    Slain By The Doones

  • Beautiful from Morgan, rocking back and heling it round the corner for four. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Their research showed that incubators "played a critical role" in heling emerging companies make such connections.

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  • SenorCoconut, this osing is great. your blog is really such a nice and helpful ... your are heling many people in this way ...

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  • I help my dad and my husband run a website in support of veterans returning from war suffering from PTSD and heling them deal with the VA to get them treated properly and in a decent time frame.


  • Mensen die zich zo schuldig maken aan heling met informatie die via inbraak in computers is verkregen, zouden dan een gevangenisstraf van vier jaar kunnen krijgen.

    World of SL


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