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Palmo

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 8.2 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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Palmo, who also wrote for the London-based Tablet for a few years, posts daily on Whispers, sometimes more than once a day, and appears frequently as a source in secular newspapers for stories on the church.
"I am very proud of Tenzin Palmo and I am encouraging her to bestow on us her lineage so that we can work together to bring the tradition back," the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa said.
Because there is an interdisciplinary dimension in MHC, it seems appropriate for its body of theory to embrace the "research of the behavioral sciences" (Palmo, 1990, p.
"I was shocked," recalls Palmo. "Some nuns didn't have enough to eat or decent clothes to wear.
Among them is the notable British-born Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, renowned for her twelve years of solitary meditation in a Himalayan cave and, more so, for her pointed statement disclosing her intention to attain enlightenment in a female body (Palmo, in Mackenzie 58).
Writing in his blog, "Whispers in the Loggia," American Church analyst Rocco Palmo said Tagle could become "the star" of the consistory on Nov.
According to the Northern Territory News, Facebook page 'Palmo Goss', which appears to be loosely based on the popular US television drama 'Gossip Girl', allows people to anonymously post any rumour about Palmerston residents.
Then I met Ven.Bhikshuni Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo in the lobby as we were attending the same Buddhists-Hindus Summit, so I mentioned my plan to spend the afternoon and asked if she would be interested to come along, she agreed eagerly enough.