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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.
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Remen is a clinical medicine professor at the University of California at San Francisco Medical School.
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When she was a little girl, Rachel Remen's grandfather, an Orthodox rabbi, taught her to see the spark of holiness in all life and to act from the heart.
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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.