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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Note: I'm not trying to present the full scientific theory of each curer. If you read Olney you'll see that he knows that there is more happening than the removal of infection.
(63) "Baptists Split on Ordination of Faith Curer," San Francisco Chronicle, 2 April 1922, p.
Malgre que les medicaments pharmaceutiques soient la forme la plus commune pour la curer, ils portent plusieurs effets negatifs a court terme et a longue duree (Sacks, Kohl, Messeloff, & Schwartz, 1972 ; Goetz, Vogel, Tanner & Stebbins, 1998).
I extend my thanks to colleagues at the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, particularly to Mgr Juan Usma Gomez and Fr Antony Curer, for providing me with a copy of this essential text.
After his time in the institution he held a number of menial jobs, working on the land, then as a fish curer before entering the mines both locally and in Wales.
The trademark name is Alex Ames, Packer & Curer, Sherbrooke, Quebec.
The curer would ask the man to call the names of the women he had sex with.
Les personnes decedees faisaient partie d'une equipe de 7 individus qui etaient en train de curer un puits ferme a l'air libre et faire l'entretien d'une fosse septique qui en etait proche .
In 1984 the boy's spirit of enquiry is approved by both foster-parents, particularly as "a son age il y en a tant qui ne pensent qu'a se curer le nez et a reclamer des glaces a la fraise" (75).
Al-Qardawi, is a supplication that goes: "O, Allah, God of people, cure us and you are the curer, there is no cure but yours, a cure that does not leave behind any ailment." For the patient to treat himself, one puts his hands on the area that needs treatment and says 'I seek refuge in Allah and His Power from the evil of what I find and I fear' or one says to the person he wishes to treat, 'I ask Almighty God, lord of the mighty throne, to heal you.' He adds that patients should do the above while consulting specialized medical doctors and taking the medicines prescribed by them.
So art is often a harbinger of the future, of the past, and of the present, and is a curer and a healer and a place to vent, a place to get things out and shown and shared and when the heartstrings of the artist touch the heartstrings of the viewer some dynamite goes off and great things happen.
(1) I use the term 'shaman' as the generic term for a great variety of Aymara ritual and ceremonial specialists, e.g., the yatiri (he/she who knows), the qulliri (curer), the ch'amakani (owner of darkness), the amawt'a (wise one).