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📒Cured Smoked And Fermented ✍ Helen Saberi
✏Cured Smoked and Fermented Book Summary : Essays on cured, smoked, and fermented foods from the Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cooking, 2010.
📒Flue Cured Tobacco ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
✏Flue Cured Tobacco Book Summary : Covers: tobacco situation and outlook; North Carolina Farm Labor Regulations; protecting water quality and reducing pesticide exposure; variety information; transplant production; fertilization; weed management; topping and sucker control; use of yellowing chemicals; disease management; insect management; sustainable agriculture; integrated pest management, and much more. Illustrated.
✏Ultraviolet and electron beam UV EB cured coatings inks and adhesives Book Summary :
📒Brain Tumour Cured By Homoeopathy ✍ S. K. Banerjea
✏Brain Tumour Cured by Homoeopathy Book Summary : CONTENTS: Case Taking Proforma with Repertorial References with Details of the Symptoms of the Brain Tumour Case; Investigations Done Before & After Dr Banerjea's Treatment; Prescription Chart; Miasmatic Interpretation; Points in Favour of the Remedy; Pre-Cancerous Manifestations; Regional Homoeo Therapeutics of Cancer; Materia Medica of the Lesser Known Cancer remedies.
📒Cured Fish ✍ Eli Moen
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📒Enlarged Tonsils Cured By Medicine ✍ J. C. Burnett
✏Enlarged Tonsils Cured by Medicine Book Summary : To those of us who have children it is of some interest to know wheather enlarged tonsils should be cut off, of treated by medicaines. Homoeopathy shows the way.
📒When Early Aas Were Cured And Why ✍ Dick B.
✏When Early Aas Were Cured And Why Book Summary : Dick B.'s latest exploration of, and report on the solid evidence that early AAs were cured of alcoholism and said so for the first decade after their founding. This title tells HOW. It explains the many reports of religious healings through the ages, the many in or observers of A.A. who proved that they were cured, the myths about God, alcoholism, and "no cure," and the key origins, roots, and elements of the early Akron Christian Fellowship where the cures occurred. A book for believers who know God's power and want to know how it was applied in the healing of alcoholism by A.A. pioneers
📒Cured ✍ Nathalia Holt
✏Cured Book Summary : “Nathalia Holt presents a thorough account of the research that provides scientists with hope that a cure will one day be achievable... and her empathy shines through in her prose. This is as important a social history as it is a medical document.”—The Daily Beast Two patients—each known in medical history as the Berlin Patient—were cured of the HIV virus. The two patients’ disparate cures came twelve years apart, but Nathalia Holt, an award-winning scientist at the forefront of HIV research, connects the molecular dots of these cases for the first time. Scientists are known to maintain a professional distance from those they study, but sometimes scientists are not just investigators, they are caregivers, too. Cured illustrates that even in the era of high-tech and big pharma, the way doctors and patients communicate remains a critical ingredient in the advance of this science. Holt offers a kind of hope that the thirty-four million people currently infected with HIV need and a story of ingenuity, dedication, and humanity that will inspire the rest of us.
📒Cured ✍ Dick B.
✏Cured Book Summary : Early AAs were cured of Alcoholism. For a decade, the pioneers said so. Alcoholism can still be cured; and this book explores in detail the myth that revisionists, therapists, and treatment folk have perpetuated while ignoring that the original cures were achieved by reliance on the Creator. The whole meaning, history, and detours of the cure situation are thoroughly explored.
📒Cured ✍ Carl Ray with J. Toy Snipes
✏Cured Book Summary : “Cured” is truly a story about the power of forgiveness. In 1962 in Choctaw County, Alabama, Carl Ray an 18-year-old black man was questioned by an older white man; but when responding, he failed to address the man as “sir” as was then customary when speaking to white men. The man severely beat him for being disrespectful. Still enraged, the man later showed up at Ray’s home, and shot his father eight times on his front porch steps; murdered him in cold blood as the terrified youth looked on helplessly. During the farce of a murder trial that followed, the white man’s lawyers blamed Ray for causing his own father's death because he had failed to be respectful. The man was charged with second degree manslaughter. However, he never served a day in prison for the murder. Ray was burdened with the guilt of causing his father's murder; his life would never be the same. In 1984, he was released from his self made prison of guilt when he forgave his father’s murderer. Ray attributes the act of forgiving the man to have been his own life saver.