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Remen

An ancient Persian unit of length approximately equivalent to 400 millimeters.
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More than a century ago, William James wrote about transpersonal states of consciousness such as those reported by Gunther, Remen, and Russell.
e volunteer remen from Solihull answered a telephone call saying that incendiary bombs had penetrated the Cathedral's roof.
Remen is a clinical medicine professor at the University of California at San Francisco Medical School.
The granddaughter of an Orthodox rabbi with Kabalistic, or mystical, leanings, Remen looks back through her life and--in easily digestible pieces--allows her grandfather's patient instruction to shed light on issues from growing up to illness to death.
Rachel Naomi Remen pondered the growing frustration and disenchantment with the practice of medicine and said that we must reestablish a sense of meaning by giving more service to our patients ("Service Gives Meaning," Guest Editorial, Jan.
My Grandfather's Blessings: Stories of Strength, Refuge, and Belonging, by Rachel Naomi Remen.
Because, as Remen points out, "the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention.
Most Rogerian scholars will find Remen (1996) to be a kindred spirit.
The California Transportation Commission voted unanimously to release $134 million in state funds for the North Hollywood subway extension, commission executive director Bob Remen said Thursday.
The forum's Abdullah Remen said: "The small minority of troublemakers do not represent the views of most people in Birmingham.
The full commission is expected to act on the funding issue next month, said Bob Remen, the panel's chief of staff.
Kingdom Come was a more recent Collins' song, a tribute to 9/11 remen, while her haunting composition Song For Sarajevo, written after a visit to Bosnia as a UNICEF envoy, was one of the highlights of the evening.