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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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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.
In India, Kali is the goddess of the pox as well as its curer.
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.
The different parts of the plant are used as cuts and ulcers healer, pulmonary ailments, fevers, laxative, sedative, anti- nausea, anti-rheumatic areas, anti-diarrhoeal, wounds and abscesses healer, swelling, gonorrhoea curer (Michel, 2002) and also used as anthelmintic in ethnoveterinary medicinal system in Pakistan (Hussain et al.
BEFORE COOKING 2 cups white beans, such us cannellini, Greet Northern, navy, or Peruano Water to curer the beans Pick over the beans and discard any small stones or broken beans.
This is an example of the cookie curer analogy--the short three-year appointment was the same for the original appointees to these three offices.
Denhay, which started producing bacon in 1994, is the first bacon curer to receive the warrant, which it will hold for a period of five years.
pounds sterling] turnover group includes fish farm company Scot Trout, Arbroath fish smoker and curer R.
Quinn clipped the side netting with a 25-yard curer in the 69th minute before the woodwork denied the capital square a leveller moments later.
Foraging evolves into metaphor, with Rabins canvassing the city for untapped sources of deliciousness: the backyard meat curer, the self-taught canner, the rooftop beekeeper, all aggregated into a lively and convenient emporium of choice and abundance.
Thus, in East Java specific dangers such as illness, sorcery and possession are dealt with through the agency of a local curer (dhukun) (3) while general dangers, like epidemics, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions, may be addressed by cleansings (ruwatan) (4) and by reference to both mythological figures and God.
He did know what was going on and was very happy to see the borrowing and the high mortgages because this was fuelling his ego with the reputation (by Blair) of the brilliant Chancellor; curer of the boom and bust "for ever".