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  • Finally, there are freestanding organizations across the country—from the Greenwich Village Center for Separation and Loss, to the Center for Grief Recovery in Chicago, to the New Hope Grief Recovery and Support Community in Orange County, California—that offer a wide array of treatments.

    The Truth About Grief

  • By the end of the twentieth century, the movement Rimland set in motion had helped bring about a dramatic shift in attitudes about the disorder.19 Instead of shipping children off to all-purpose institutions for the insane or retarded, parents of autistic children were organizing rallies and using their political clout to guarantee access to a wide array of resources.

    The Panic Virus

  • Nat and Eden have been merrily sowing their oats with a wide array of willing beauties — though Ede has a cozy nest now with his little dancer, of course — while you have been abstaining.

    Unforgiven

  • Here there is a wide array of dishes, large and small – old China tea-cups, wisely kept for show, – little funny mugs, curious pitchers, mysterious covered dishes, unearthly salad bowls, and a host of superannuated tea-pots.

    Sketches and Tales Illustrative of Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick, North America

  • Meanwhile, most grocery stores now offer a wide array of safe and toxin-free cleaners Biokleen, Earth Friendly, and Seventh Generation offer toxin-free product lines.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

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