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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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During pre-colonial times, healing was part of the economic, political and religious belief systems of the inhabitant's, ranging from persons of wisdom, diviners, rainmakers, circumcisers and curers.
Moores Traditional Curers at Peel is the last of the old style curing yards and is now a living museum, where visitors can experience a tour to see this culinary art in action.
And with two canine cancer curers in the house, I know I'll be just fine.
I have obtained it from one of the public curers in Pakistan.
Some curers sprout lion's hair in the course of their possession by a lion spirit.
Because doctors and nurses are scarce in the Andes, traveling curers treat the sick In places where doctors refuse to live.
The company has enjoyed a rise in success since its humble beginnings us bacon curers and distributors in the Scottish borders town of Biggar in 1885, and now produces a wise range of quality meats, smoked salmon and convenience foods to all of the UK's major retailers.
This article will be an exploration of the process by which Kakah Ramat and other belian curers among the Luangan Dayaks of East and Central Kalimantan (2) today call on Itak Silu Malik to help them turn around figures (malik, 'to turn around,' here means both to physically turn around, rotate, and to transform), assisting them in the making of representations that have magical power over what they represent.
This isn't really for colds, but it contained peppermint and eucalyptus, which are both well-known cold curers.
Neil Clark, chairman of Aberdeen Fish Curers and Merchants Association, explained: "The Prince compared this year and last and said they couldn't have been more different.
In successive chapters we learn of "King, Court and Royal Officials," "The People and the Law," "The Scribe," "The Merchant," "The Warrior," "Marriage," "The Gods," "The Curers of Disease," "Death, Burial and the Afterlife," "Festivals and Rituals," "Myth," "The Capital," and "Links across the Wine-Dark Sea.