A series of actions, sometimes symbolic actions which may be associated with a behavior pattern, and are often indispensable to its performance.
The distinctly human attributes and attainments of a particular society.
Individuals whose ancestral origins are in the islands of the central and South Pacific, including Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, and traditionally Australasia.
Territory in north central Australia, between the states of Queensland and Western Australia. Its capital is Darwin.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Originally an island of the Malay Archipelago, the second largest island in the world. It divided, West New Guinea becoming part of Indonesia and East New Guinea becoming Papua New Guinea.
Any purulent skin disease (Dorland, 27th ed).
The smallest continent and an independent country, comprising six states and two territories. Its capital is Canberra.
An organized procedure carried out by a select committee of professionals in evaluating the performance of other professionals in meeting the standards of their specialty. Review by peers is used by editors in the evaluation of articles and other papers submitted for publication. Peer review is used also in the evaluation of grant applications. It is applied also in evaluating the quality of health care provided to patients.
A form of long QT syndrome that is associated with congenital deafness. It is characterized by abnormal cardioelectrophysiology involving the VOLTAGE-GATED POTASSIUM CHANNEL. It results from mutation of KCNQ1 gene (Subtype 1 or JLN1) or the KCNE1 gene (Subtype 2 or JLN2).
The evaluation by experts of the quality and pertinence of research or research proposals of other experts in the same field. Peer review is used by editors in deciding which submissions warrant publication, by granting agencies to determine which proposals should be funded, and by academic institutions in tenure decisions.
The concurrent or retrospective review by practicing physicians or other health professionals of the quality and efficiency of patient care practices or services ordered or performed by other physicians or other health professionals (From The Facts On File Dictionary of Health Care Management, 1988).
Branch of medicine concerned with the prevention and control of disease and disability, and the promotion of physical and mental health of the population on the international, national, state, or municipal level.
Group composed of associates of same species, approximately the same age, and usually of similar rank or social status.
Financial support of research activities.
The use of humans as investigational subjects.
An operating division of the US Department of Health and Human Services. It is concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to health and medical research. Until 1995, it was an agency of the United States PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE.
Hospital or other institutional committees established to protect the welfare of research subjects. Federal regulations (the "Common Rule" (45 CFR 46)) mandate the use of these committees to monitor federally-funded biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects.
Persons who are enrolled in research studies or who are otherwise the subjects of research.
All organized methods of funding.
The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)
Usually organized community efforts to raise money to promote financial programs of institutions. The funds may include individual gifts.
A person involuntarily owned or controlled by another and exploited for forced or compulsory work or service.
An international organization whose members include most of the sovereign nations of the world with headquarters in New York City. The primary objectives of the organization are to maintain peace and security and to achieve international cooperation in solving international economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian problems.
Educational institutions providing facilities for teaching and research and authorized to grant academic degrees.
Sexual activities of humans.
Sexual stimulation or gratification of the self.
The psychic drive or energy associated with sexual instinct in the broad sense (pleasure and love-object seeking). It may also connote the psychic energy associated with instincts in general that motivate behavior.
A group of islands in Polynesia, in the north central Pacific Ocean, comprising eight major and 114 minor islands, largely volcanic and coral. Its capital is Honolulu. It was first reached by Polynesians about 500 A.D. It was discovered and named the Sandwich Islands in 1778 by Captain Cook. The islands were united under the rule of King Kamehameha 1795-1819 and requested annexation to the United States in 1893 when a provisional government was set up. Hawaii was established as a territory in 1900 and admitted as a state in 1959. The name is from the Polynesian Owhyhii, place of the gods, with reference to the two volcanoes Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, regarded as the abode of the gods. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p493 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p2330)
Refraining from SEXUAL INTERCOURSE.
Sexual activities of animals.
The gradual irreversible changes in structure and function of an organism that occur as a result of the passage of time.
The use of statistical methods in the analysis of a body of literature to reveal the historical development of subject fields and patterns of authorship, publication, and use. Formerly called statistical bibliography. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Copies of a work or document distributed to the public by sale, rental, lease, or lending. (From ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983, p181)
Critical and exhaustive investigation or experimentation, having for its aim the discovery of new facts and their correct interpretation, the revision of accepted conclusions, theories, or laws in the light of newly discovered facts, or the practical application of such new or revised conclusions, theories, or laws. (Webster, 3d ed)
"The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. Production may be by conventional printing methods or by electronic publishing.
Research that involves the application of the natural sciences, especially biology and physiology, to medicine.
A bibliographic database that includes MEDLINE as its primary subset. It is produced by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), part of the NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE. PubMed, which is searchable through NLM's Web site, also includes access to additional citations to selected life sciences journals not in MEDLINE, and links to other resources such as the full-text of articles at participating publishers' Web sites, NCBI's molecular biology databases, and PubMed Central.
Organizations representing specialized fields which are accepted as authoritative; may be non-governmental, university or an independent research organization, e.g., National Academy of Sciences, Brookings Institution, etc.
Those customs and ceremonies pertaining to the dead.
Activities associated with the disposition of the dead. It excludes cultural practices such as funeral rites.
Fabric or other material used to cover the body.
Clothing designed to protect the individual against possible exposure to known hazards.
The sounds produced by humans by the passage of air through the LARYNX and over the VOCAL CORDS, and then modified by the resonance organs, the NASOPHARYNX, and the MOUTH.
The continuous developmental process of a culture from simple to complex forms and from homogeneous to heterogeneous qualities.
Criminal acts committed during, or in connection with, war, e.g., maltreatment of prisoners, willful killing of civilians, etc.
The internal individual struggle resulting from incompatible or opposing needs, drives, or external and internal demands. In group interactions, competitive or opposing action of incompatibles: antagonistic state or action (as of divergent ideas, interests, or persons). (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)
A system of government in which there is free and equal participation by the people in the political decision-making process.
The principles of professional conduct concerning the rights and duties of the physician, relations with patients and fellow practitioners, as well as actions of the physician in patient care and interpersonal relations with patient families.
The period of history before 500 of the common era.

Family rituals as a protective factor for children with asthma. (1/84)

OBJECTIVE: To examine how one aspect of family life, notably family rituals and routines, may protect children with asthma from anxiety-related symptoms. METHODS: Eighty-six families (43 children with asthma, 43 healthy comparison children) participated in the study. Children completed measures of anxiety (Revised Child Manifest Anxiety Scale) and health. Parents completed measures of stress (Parenting Stress Index), family rituals (Family Routines Questionnaire), and family health. RESULTS: Families that reported more meaning in their family routines had children who reported lower levels of anxiety. Mother endorsement of family ritual meaning and father endorsement of family ritual routine were most strongly related to lower levels of anxiety. Support for the protective function of meaningful family rituals was stronger when a general health stress model was used rather than the presence or absence of asthma alone. CONCLUSIONS: Family rituals may serve a protective function for children with asthma under conditions of heightened parenting stress.  (+info)

An exploration of the influence of family on cigarette smoking among American Indian adolescents. (2/84)

American Indians have the highest smoking rate of all major racial/ethnic groups in the US, despite significant variation across tribes and regions of the country. Yet, little research has been conducted on smoking initiation among American Indian adolescents. In an effort to identify the mechanisms through which families influence teen smoking, both positively and negatively, 20 focus groups were conducted with 144 non-reservation American Indian teens in Oklahoma. Findings indicated that most of the antismoking messages from family members were given by parents and grandparents, and focused on the long-term health consequences of smoking and addiction. Parental responses to teen smoking varied widely, with some responses sending mixed messages to the teens. Many teens discussed obtaining their first cigarette in a family setting and the teens felt that having smokers in their families influenced them to try smoking. Teens were able to discuss the traditional role of tobacco in their culture and were aware of its presence at Indian events, but felt ceremonial and traditional use was distinct from recreational use. Additional research is necessary to assess whether these results are generalizable to other tribes and regions, and to other racial/ethnic groups.  (+info)

Assessing elemental mercury vapor exposure from cultural and religious practices. (3/84)

Use of elemental mercury in certain cultural and religious practices can cause high exposures to mercury vapor. Uses include sprinkling mercury on the floor of a home or car, burning it in a candle, and mixing it with perfume. Some uses can produce indoor air mercury concentrations one or two orders of magnitude above occupational exposure limits. Exposures resulting from other uses, such as infrequent use of a small bead of mercury, could be well below currently recognized risk levels. Metallic mercury is available at almost all of the 15 botanicas visited in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, but botanica personnel often deny having mercury for sale when approached by outsiders to these religious and cultural traditions. Actions by public health authorities have driven the mercury trade underground in some locations. Interviews indicate that mercury users are aware that mercury is hazardous, but are not aware of the inhalation exposure risk. We argue against a crackdown by health authorities because it could drive the practices further underground, because high-risk practices may be rare, and because uninformed government intervention could have unfortunate political and civic side effects for some Caribbean and Latin American immigrant groups. We recommend an outreach and education program involving religious and community leaders, botanica personnel, and other mercury users.  (+info)

White coat ceremonies: a second opinion. (4/84)

A "white coat" ceremony functions as a rite of passage for students entering medical school. This comment provides a second option in response to the earlier, more enthusiastic, discussion of the ceremony by Raanan Gillon. While these ceremonies may serve important sociological functions, they raise three serious problems: whether the professional oath or "affirmation of professional commitment" taken in this setting has any legitimacy, how a sponsor of such a ceremony would know which oath or affirmation to administer, and what the moral implications of this "bonding process" are. I argue that the initiation oath is morally meaningless if students are not aware of its content in advance, that different students ought to commit to different oaths, and that bonding of students to the medical profession necessarily separates them from identification with lay people who will be their patients.  (+info)

The 2003 anatomy ceremony: a service of gratitude. (5/84)

In keeping with a long-standing tradition, Yale Medical and Physician Associate students gather at a ceremony each year after the completion of the anatomy course. The ceremony is a chance to reflect and to give thanks. It gives students the opportunity to articulate their gratitude to the selfless individuals who donated their bodies for the benefit of education. Many family members of the donors attend the ceremony. By reading poetry, performing musical pieces, and presenting works of art, the students and their teachers express some of the emotions and thoughts that the anatomy course has evoked. The following are some of the contributions presented at this year's ceremony.  (+info)

Personal view: cost and benefit of medical rituals in gastroenterology. (6/84)

BACKGROUND: Unable to resolve a medical problem, gastroenterologists occasionally choose an ineffectual intervention instead. The elusive path to effectual management becomes substituted with an ineffectual but readily available medical ritual. The term 'ritual' refers to the utilization of an ineffectual intervention with little chances of achieving a medically relevant goal. AIM: The aim of the article is to analyse the cost-benefit relationship of rituals in gastroenterology and the reasons why gastroenterologists utilize them. METHODS: Ritualistic disease management is described in terms of medical decision and threshold analysis. RESULTS: If the perceived benefit of a ritual exceeds its cost, the ineffectual path becomes more attractive than expectant management or doing nothing. To engage in an ineffectual intervention, the threshold probability for success needs to exceed its cost-benefit difference divided by the benefit associated with success. In choosing an ineffectual intervention, doctors tend to underestimate the true costs of a ritual and overestimate its probability of success. The availability of an effectual path leads to more stringent conditions for the benefit associated with an ineffectual path. CONCLUSIONS: A better understanding of their economical underpinnings should lead to more restricted utilization of rituals in gastroenterology, especially, in situations where they drain scarce resources disproportionately to their perceived benefit.  (+info)

Complications of circumcision in Israel: a one year multicenter survey. (7/84)

BACKGROUND: In Israel, virtually all children undergo circumcision in the neonatal period. Traditionally, it is commonly performed by a "Mohel" (ritual circumciser) but lately there is an increasing tendency among the educated secular population to prefer a medical procedure performed by a physician and with local anesthetic injection. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the outcome of this procedure and to compare the complication rate following circumcisions performed by ritual circumcisers and by physicians. METHODS: In 2001, of the 19,478 males born in four major medical centers in Israel 66 had circumcision-related complications. All the children were circumcised in non-medical settings within the community. The patients were medically evaluated either urgently due to immediate complications or electively in outpatient clinics later on. Upon the initial assessment a detailed questionnaire was filled to obtain data regarding the procedure, the performer, and the subsequent complications. RESULTS: All the circumcisions were performed during the early neonatal period, usually on day 8 of life (according to Jewish law). in 55 cases (83%) it was part of a ritual ceremony conducted by a ritual circumciser (Mohel), while in 11 babies (17%) physicians were involved. Acute bleeding after circumcision was encountered in 16 cases (24%), which required suturing in 8. In addition, we found two cases of wound infection and one case of partial amputation of glans penis in which the circumcision was performed by a ritual circumciser. Among the late complications, the most common was excess of skin in 38 cases (57%); 5 children (7.5%) had penile torsion and 4 children (6%) had shortages of skin, phimosis and inclusion cyst. The overall estimated complication rate of circumcision was 0.34%. CONCLUSIONS: Complications of circumcision are rare in Israel and in most cases are mild and correctable. There appears to be no significant difference in the type of complications between medical and ritual circumcisions.  (+info)

Grief revisited. (8/84)

The article serves to examine the cultural influences on attitudes towards the deceased and bereaved, as well as on the practice of mourning, and to revisit normal and pathological variants of grief. Grief is a subjective state of psychological and physiological reaction to the loss of a loved one. Reaction to the loss is experienced internally in a uniform manner across cultures. However, mourning, the voluntary social expression of the loss, varies from culture to culture. Rituals provide a standardised mode of behaviour, which helps to relieve the sense of uncertainty or loss. There were reports of ghost sightings involving foreign tourists in the 6 worst-hit southern provinces in Thailand following the tsunami tragedy. This phenomenon of "mass hallucinations" is understandable from the cultural perspective. New models of grief have been developed to account for the individuality and diversity of grief and to encompass the social, behavioural and spiritual dimensions of loss as well as those of the psychological and physical. Clinically, the duration of grief reactions varies widely, depending on the nature of the loss and the connection to the deceased. In the case of the tsunami tragedy, with relatives missing, homes swept away and familiar neighbourhoods turned into wastelands, many victims are likely to have complicated grief. Traumatic grief, which includes a prominent component of separation distress characterised by yearning and searching and frequent "bittersweet" recollections of the deceased, has been associated with long-term dysfunction. Grief work utilising the traumatic grief treatment protocol appears to be a promising intervention.  (+info)

Fulfilled in Christ Abiding Principles from the Ceremonial Laws: The Ceremonial Laws in the New Covenant (1) Christ fulfilled and replaced the ceremonial laws
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The ceremonial first pitch is a longstanding ritual of baseball in which a guest of honor throws a ball to mark the end of pregame festivities and the start of the game. Originally, the guest threw a ball from his/her place in the grandstand to the pitcher or catcher of the home team, but the ritual changed after Ronald Reagan threw the first pitch on the field at an unscheduled appearance at a Baltimore Orioles game. Now, the guest stands in front of the pitchers mound and throws towards home plate. He or she may also sometimes stand on the mound (as a pitcher would). The recipient of the pitch is usually a player from the home team. The ceremonial thrower may be a notable person (dignitary, celebrity, former player, etc.) who is in attendance, an executive from a company that sponsors the team (especially when that company has sponsored that nights promotional giveaway), or a person who won the first pitch opportunity as a contest prize. Often, especially in the minor leagues, multiple first ...
Sets and individual examples of ritual bronzes (in Chinese: 中国青铜器) survive from when they were made mainly during the Chinese Bronze Age. Ritual bronzes create quite an impression both due to their sophistication of design and manufacturing process, but also because of their remarkable durability. From around 1650 BCE, these elaborately decorated vessels were deposited as grave goods in the tombs of royalty and the nobility, and were evidently produced in very large numbers, with documented excavations finding over 200 pieces in a single royal tomb. They were produced for an individual or social group to use making in ritual offerings of food and drink to his or their ancestors and other deities or spirits. Such ceremonies generally took place in family temples or ceremonial halls over tombs. These ceremonies can be seen as ritual banquets in which both living and dead members of a family were to supposed participate. Details of these ritual ceremonies are preserved through early ...
Bomoh-Poyang: Traditional Medicine and Ceremonial Art of the Aborigines of Malaysia documents the practise of aboriginal traditional medicine in West Malaysia.
NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver, FAICP, last week joined Tokyos Governor Yoichi Masuzoe, President of Prospect Park Alliance Sue Donoghue, Commissioner of the Mayors Office for International Affairs Penny Abeywardena, local elected officials and Japanese delegates for a ceremonial planting of a Cherry Blossom tree in Prospect Park. The tree is a seedling from one of the three most famous cherry trees in Japan, the Miharu Takizakura tree in Fukushima, whose estimated age is more than 1,000 years old. Its seeds were selected to commemorate Tokyos relationship with both the City of New York and the areas of the Tohoku Region devastated by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.. The weeping cherry tree seedling will grow to be 12 meters tall with long, gently drooping branches that spread up to 22 meters long. Parks and Prospect Park Alliance staff staked the tree and built a protective fence around it to help support its growth, and a historical sign was placed nearby to convey ...
Experts in Finding Rare Objects & Art for Your Collecting Interests. A BEAUTIFUL AND IMPRESSIVE ANTIQUE CEREMONIAL LLIJJLLA OF YURA INDIAN ORIGIN FROM POTOSÍ, BOLIVIA. Origin: Field-collected in Chaquilla Village, Yura Municipal (formerly Cantón Yura), elevation about 11,300 feet, inter-Andean valleys of the Eastern Andean Cordillera, Antonio Quijarro Province, Department of Potosí, Bolivia, South America. The ethnic group from where the textile originates is called Yurajj (Yura), or White, possibly in reference to warriors´ facial paint worn historically. The Yura Indians are among the most traditional of Andes Native Americans and occupy what until recently was an isolated part of the Potosí highlands incorporating fertile valleys with crystal clear streams, thorny-scrub hills, sandy plains, low-canopy forests and steep canyons studded with columnar cactus. The diversity of ecological zones permitted equally varied forms of environmental adaptations.. Some Yura communities specialize in ...
Made by hand, a bilum is a string bag used by both men and women for a variety of purposes. The bag is made by string looping or by crocheting. Traditionally, the string used was handmade, normally from plant materials.. Made in different sizes these bags have many uses from carrying babies, personal belongings to catching fish. Some are also used as medicinal bags. Many times these bags have a ceremonial significance and may symbolize a person in mourning or a boy that is coming of age.. ...
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According to Navajo Ben Gorman, this is a traditional Navajo basket design with red, white, and black colors. The black design symbolizes the darkness (night) and clouds that bring the rain. The white part inside the black design represents the (four) sacred mountains…The outside white area represents the dawn and is tied together with the outside rim which represents a persons thoughts, prayers, and values. The red part within the black design represents the life-giving rays of the sun.. The pathway that leads from the center towards the rim faces east, toward the dawn, and can be felt by the officiant, even in the dark.. This is a classic Navajo ceremonial basket, which we have had for many years, so artist unknown. It represents the Navajo ideal of nature in balance.. It is hand-woven and entirely traditional in materials: the red is mountain mahogany root, or dyed with red ocher; the black is dyed with pinon pitch, or juniper ashes and black alder; the cream color is natural un-dyed ...
On June 6, 2019 , we held a ceremonial groundbreaking for The Emerge School for Autism.. We anticipate construction of the new 7,000 square foot building to be completed by the spring of next year. Until then, the school will temporarily operate out of Polk Elementary. To date, we have raised $1.6 million in pledges and donations towards our $2 million growth campaign goal! This project will be funded entirely by donor contributions, just as the building of The Emerge Center was five years ago. We look forward to keeping you updated on the continued progress of our new school building. ...
The intentional Root Chakra Ceremonial Bath combines Water+Gemstones+Plants, a magical trio, along with the corresponding chakra color to ground your energy~
By Amy NortonNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children from homes with regular incense burning have a higher risk of developing asthma, according to a Taiwanese study that hints a particular gene variant could be involved.Among nearly 3,800 middle-school children, researchers found three percent had current asthma and more than five percent had wheezing during exercise. By comparison, nearly one in 10 kids in the U.S. suffer from asthma, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Kids whose parents burned incense were 36 percent more likely to have current asthma and 64 percent more likely to wheeze when they exercised.Of the children, 48 percent carried no copies of a gene variant known as GSTT1, which helps regulate a family of enzymes that protect body cells from oxidative damage -- including that caused by cigarette smoke or other toxic chemicals.People without this genetic variant have been found to have higher risks of allergies and asthma. Similarly, such children in the Taiwanese
Mundan Sanskar Or Chadakarana Ritual!. The next significant ceremony after Annaprasana (babys first feeding) in a Hindu childs life is the Mundan Sanskar or Chadakarana ritual when the baby has his first hair cut. The Mundan ceremony can be done in the 1st year, 3rd year or 5th year of age but it is normally done before the completion of three years of age of the boy.. Generally, Mundan Ritual as a ceremony is recommended only boy babies but today with the changing times, it has become a practice to have the ceremony done for girl child too.. Mundan or Chadakarana is an essential ritual for traditional and religious requirements as well as for medicinal benefits.. A proper Mundan Ritual involves three rituals of about an hour duration the boys parents do a Ganesh puja (worship of the Hindu God Ganapati or Ganesh); a barber who shaves the child receives some honour; and a Havan; (a purifying ceremony with a fire ceremony) with devotional prayers known as the Ayushya Homa mantra and Aarti ...
A wedding is a beautiful and memorable event, its a once in a life time occasion. A unity wedding ceremony is a a special additional element to add into your wedding services that demonstrates symbolically what the day is all about. This addition is a flexible element of a wedding ceremony and symbolizes togetherness. Unity ceremonies usually happen before or after the exchange of vows. They are a wonderful addition to any ceremony and will add a special touch that can bring lasting meaning to each renewal celebration in the life of a couple forever.. There are several ideas you can implement for your special day, to make it a more memorable one for you and your dear one. Here are some you can consider.. Unity candle ceremony. One popular symbolic ritual is the Unity Candle tradition. It is standard for three candles to be used but there is flexibility if the couple decides to add children or other loved ones into the ceremony as well. Two small candles or tapers represent you and your partner ...
What makes a ritual performance an instance of one ritual and not another? When we observe unfamiliar rituals, how do we know where one ends and the next begins? Is there a principled way of distinguishing mere preparations from the ritual proper? Can rituals change, and how do we know if they have changed? Current ritual studies methods give us no systematic means of answering such questions. Individuation is a familiar and fundamental concept in philosophy, and it should belong to the methodological toolbox of every student of ritual. This paper provides a solid introduction to some basic problems in ritual studies theory, illustrated by detailed examples from Episcopal liturgy and ritual in New Ireland (Papua New Guinea).
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Military Funeral Honors Categories. Active Duty Funeral Sequence - Reserved for Active Duty, Reserve and Air National Guard members on Active Orders. ADFS consists of twenty Ceremonial Guardsmen and includes: 1 Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, 6 Pall bearers, 1 Noncommissioned Officer Firing Party, 7 member Firing Party, 4 member Color Guard and 1 Bugler. This sequence includes rifle volleys, playing of Taps and folding of the interment flag. Interment flag and shadow boxes will be presented to the PADD, spouse, children and parents if married. If parents are divorced or legally separated they will each receive a flag and shadow box.. Standard Honors Funeral Sequence - Reserved for Air Force Retirees, Active Reservists and Active Guardsmen. SHFS consists of either four, five or seven Ceremonial Guardsmen. This sequence includes rifle volleys, playing of Taps, folding of the interment flag and presentation of the flag to the Next of Kin.. **Note** the number of Ceremonial Guardsmen provided is ...
What are the best bedtime routines for toddlers? The ones that work for you. Families arent one-size-fits-all. Neither are bedtime routines.The details of your toddlers bedtime routine arent actually that important, overall - even if that one cuddly toy or story seems like the bedrock of your whole night. Whats imp
Their results clearly supported most of their hypotheses. Using independent raters to gauge the emotional intensity of rituals from 74 cultures in the Human Relations Area Files - a massive compendium of anthropological data for societies around the world - the researchers found that the frequency of ritual enactment was inversely proportional to intensity. That is, the more emotionally arousing a ritual is, the less often its likely to be carried out.. Whats more, it was the negative emotional intensity of rituals that was the strongest predictor of a rituals frequency. Rituals that elicited intense but positive emotions were sometimes carried out quite often, while strongly painful or aversive rituals - like adolescent circumcision rites - tended to be enacted very rarely.. At the societal level, cultures with high levels of agriculture were much more likely to take part in low-intensity, high-repetition rituals than societies with less agriculture. The authors hypothesized that the ...
Males are creatures of habit. They are drawn to rituals. Think breathing, beer, sports, grilling and pretty much anything else they can claim as a right of passage. However, theres one ritual in particular that rates highest on a guys list of priorities. Every guy has heard of it, and cant start his day without it. That is the ritual of The Triple S. With Ritual, the brand, men can trust in quality grooming & maintenance products, innovatively designed for the best Sh!t, Shower and Shave experience known to man. And to truly experience the Ritual, you need the Gift Set. The complete Sh!t, Shower and Shave kit. Everything a Ritual man needs-from Nature Calls to The Balm-all in a limited edition wooden box ( we love the packaging), this set includes the entire Ritual line … all at a great price. The easiest way to pass the Ritual on to family and friends. And youll be happy to know that your Triple S is set for a long time because each product is full-sized and ready for your morning ...
Special Note to the Couple: Written below are the details of one traditional ceremony. There are other options also available for traditional ceremonies and each traditional ceremony can be changed to customize the wording exactly to meet your needs and desires. For example the traditional ceremony can be redesigned to incorporate more music, poems, prayers, and/or inspirational readings. Also, many times the couple will choose to say their own words to each other or write their own vows which can also be included. Rev. Jones will work with you to find the perfect ceremony that is for you that says and reflects your true heart-felt sentiments ...
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History. The temple is believed to be built in 625 A.D by the King Pulakeshin II of Chalukya dynasty to commemorate his victory over Vengi region of Andhra Desham, as per the writings on the temple wall.. Kakatiya kings later have adopted the temple and considered Goddess Bhadrakali as their Kula Devatha. A lake was also built by Ganapatideva adjacent to the temple. Due to the fall of Kakatiya dynasty to the Muslim rulers of Delhi, the temple lost its prominence. In 1950, the temple was renovated by Sri Ganapathi Sastri a devi upasaka along with the help of a local merchant and other affluent locals.. Bhadrakali Temple is one of the oldest temples for Goddess Bhadrakali, situated on a hilltop between the two cities of Hanamkonda and Warangal.. How to Visit. A good transport facility is available to reach out to temple by road through TSRTC or auto-rickshaw services. Warangal railway station and Kazipet railway station are the nearest railway stations to the temple.. Food & Hotels. Lot of 3 ...
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Sacred Circle Opening Ritual Incense:~Tools Needed:|A white candle|This ritual incense for circle opening|An incense burner~Perform this ritual when you wish to open a sacred circle. Instructions on how to perform the ritual are included within yo...
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Practitioner or mohel removes the foreskin then sucks the wound clean in a 5,000-year-old ritual that has alarmed city health officials.
During these periods, primarily male members of the aristocracy between the ages of seven and fifteen engaged in genpuku.[1][2][5] The ceremony was generally a precursor to obtaining court cap (kanmuri) and rank.[5] Parents chose when to hold their childrens genpuku based on a number of factors, including the arrival of a suitable opportunity, the childs readiness for court service, the presence of one or more influential court backers, and the parents ability to finance the ceremony.[4] Once it was deemed an appropriate time for a child to undergo genpuku, a variety of preparations were made for the upcoming ceremony. The child had to acquire a capping parent, usually a person of influence, who would help the child don the ritual clothing of adulthood, most significantly a ceremonial court hat (kanmuri).[4] Both the capping parent and the biological parents made preparations for the ceremony, but the capping parent was more active in making arrangements.[4] The genpuku ceremony itself ...
Sing, O heavens; and be joyful O earth and break forth into singing.. - Isaiah 48:13. I love rituals. Rituals are always there for us to do things without having to decide each time what to do. All you have to do is follow the ritual.. When my Best Fishing Friend, and I first spot our bay water, we break out into our ritualistic song, which is a poor rendition of Hello, ocean, my old friend; Weve come to talk with you again. We sing at the top of our voices, and we may be causing a tsunami on the island of Hawaii. We are good fisherwomen, but we are not asked to sing in many choirs, especially myself.. The next ritual that we follow is that we wave to the ocean. And guess what? It always waves a welcoming wave back.. Next, we always stop on the crabbing bridge where a sign reads, Do not park on bridge. We only stop a minute to see which way the tide is going.. Tides are the most ritualistic rituals, and their highs and lows can be predicted for up to hundreds of years as long as there is a ...
U ! BRAKY j OH 10 H l.STOR I CAU SOO^i^,. ■1 QBE VELMa AVE. .. CUM... 0, 43211. ■:.. - ,^X°H I::- ZJ[_jVt/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community tor Over 40 Years VU/\\\ VOL.G5 NO. 22 MAY28.1987-IYAR29 . Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals. CJHS Schedules Annual Meeting The Columbus Jewish Historical Societys^ Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 17, at the Jewish Center, beginning at 7:30 p.m. (Note that date has been changed;) The guest speaker, Rabbi Morton M. Applebaum, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Akron, will present a lecture and slide show on Jewish ceremonial art objects. Rabbi Applebaums collection spans a 20 year period and covers ceremonial objects purchased throughout his world-wide travels. .■;•■ Dr. Applebaum is already well-known to many in Columbus having served as interim senior rabbi of Temple Israel during the summer of 1986. His theological career has been paralleled with communal service and he is the recipient of many honors ...
THE SO-CALLED HOOTING OVER HUNGER OR HOOTING AT HUNGER : THE HOMO-WOO ;- The authentic Ancestral words/name; Homo-woo ( Sleeping over Hunger ) meaning Fasting and NOT HOMO YI WAMO as HOOTING AT HUNGER. #(1) The HOMO-WOO Section is within one of the ceremonial component of the Kpa-Doctrine known as Nmaa-dumo. The Fasting ceremonial component section begins as soon after the Nmaa-dumo ( Planting of Harvesting Seeds ) doctrine section. The doctrine calls for 2-weeks fasting, known as Homo-woo, connotation of Homowoo and Homowo, which is FASTING. The two weeks fasting for the Nmaa-dumo section is different from the following other fasting #(2) ; The other fasting section flows from the Tuesday Kpokpoi cooking, the Kpa-Tsoo ( Sacred preparation of Divinity Drums ) and before the Kpa-Solemo ( Sacred Testimonial Prayers ). In this section the La-Kpa Wulomo will go under Homo-woo ( Sleeping over Hunger ) Fasting and NOT Hooting at Hunger or Hooting over Hunger as ( ...
The medicine man enters the outer vestibule of the sacred healing chamber. He dons the ceremonial vestments and performs the ritual ablutions, purifying himself for the healing ritual that is about to commence. Putting on identical masks, he and his acolytes enter the chamber, to which all others are forbidden entrance. The man they are healing is ready, having been ushered into a deep trance by another shaman using a magical elixir. Within the chamber are the ritual implements, which have themselves been purified, and which none but the initiated are allowed to touch. The medicine man calls for each implement in turn, handed to him by an acolyte. He uses these in a ritual scarification procedure that removes a small part of the ill mans body. When he awakens from the trance, the man is magically healed, though some further ceremonies are required before he is able to leave the grounds of the temple of healing.. To even be allowed to perform this complex healing ritual, the medicine man must go ...
Botched circumcisions killed 30 young men and landed almost 300 more in hospital during traditional initiation rites in a South African province, the health department said Sunday.
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The present thesis reports four studies, two qualitative and two quantitative. Study 1 was a longitudinal follow-up of survivors from a previous study of spousal bereavement, and investigated experiences of longer term coping and adjustment. Results identified that participants used both religious and secular resources in adjustment and that those with a strong religious belief reported adjustment marked by the least difficulties. Study 2 focused on older adults with a strong Christian belief and aimed to identify the religious content and practice most important in coping with spousal bereavement. Interpretative phenomenological analysis revealed four main themes: benevolent religious cognition, Biblical assurances, religious ritual, and spiritual capital, that in different ways were related to meaning reconstruction. As religious ritual seemed important yet is under researched, Study 3 aimed to develop the first scale of its kind to measure religious ritual. A 35-item scale was developed, ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Effects of 21st birthday brief interventions on college student celebratory drinking. T2 - A systematic review and meta-analysis. AU - Steinka-Fry, Katarzyna T.. AU - Tanner-Smith, Emily E.. AU - Grant, Sean. PY - 2015/11/1. Y1 - 2015/11/1. N2 - Introduction: College students 21st birthday celebrations often involve consumption of extreme amounts of alcohol as well as alcohol-related risks. This systematic review aims to determine whether birthday-focused, individually-targeted, no-contact (email or letter-based) brief alcohol interventions (BAIs) reduce college students 21st birthday celebratory drinking. Methods: A systematic search identified 9 randomized evaluations with 10 interventions to reduce 21st birthday drinking. Quantity of alcohol consumed and estimated blood alcohol concentration (BAC) were measured. Random-effects meta-analysis was used to summarize the effects of the interventions. Results: There was no evidence that birthday-focused BAIs reduce quantities of ...
Northwestern Oklahoma State Universitys Employee Recognition Ceremony recognizes faculty and staff members for their years of service and several employees also were recognized during the ceremony for their service to the Faculty Senate, Staff Council an. Northwestern Oklahoma State Universitys employees were honored during the 14th annual Employee Service Recognition Ceremony Nov. 14-15. Ceremonies were held in Alva and Enid to honor employees who work at Alva, Enid and Woodward campus locations.. Watch a full video of employees recognized for years of service by clicking here. Dr. Bo Hannaford, vice president for academic affairs, presented Dr. M. Cris Gordon, assistant professor of psychology and chair to the psychology department, the John Barton Distinguished Teaching and Service Award during the annual ceremony. Nominations for the award are made by faculty, staff and students then the recipient is determined by a selection committee. To be selected, the recipient must be a full-time ...
About two years ago, I moved back to China from the United States . On my return, I visited the Longhua Temple in Shanghai to burn incense before Buddha. There I noticed many lay Buddhists who spent hours alone with the sculpture of Buddha, muttering prayers; they all seemed to have entered another state of mind, as though they were hypnotized. I was deeply moved by the power of the sculpture and the allure of such power, attracting people to burn incense and to pray. The temple floor was covered with ash which leaked from the giant incense burner. Seeing this image of ash conjured a feeling inside of me: it was a beautiful material and it moved me greatly. These ash remains speak to the fulfillment of millions of hopes, dreams and blessings. It was here that I finally discovered the ingredient I had been looking for to pave the way for new work. Incense burning is commonly practiced by Han people and other ethnically Chinese groups as a way of honoring familial ancestors, as well as worshipping ...
Theres a Senegalese proverb: The grandmothers heart is the school where one prepares for life.. But what if westernization has made that heart less available to young people, especially girls?. The standard practice for health and development workers looking to change unproductive traditional behaviors, like female genital mutilation, teenage pregnancy, and forced marriage, is to focus on the younger generation, which distances them from their tribal culture.. But in Senegal, The Grandmother Project has taken the opposite tack. It might seem counter-intuitive to enlist village grandmothers, the people responsible for FMB/C (female genital mutilation and cutting) but this approach has been very successful in a series of programs.. They begin by helping all members of the community to talk together about what has gone right, and then to decide what practices they want to end. When grandmothers understand the long term effects of some traditional practices, it is they who become the agents of ...
A court in Germany has ruled that circumcision on religious grounds amounts to bodily harm, making it potentially punishable by law. Sociologist of religion Rolf Schieder says this is an unacceptable move that questions the right to religious freedom
So far, the state Department of Health confirms six people infected by rat lungworm, with three cases still under investigation.. The disease stems from a parasitic worm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, the adult form of which is only found in rodents. Infected rats pass the larvae in their feces, which are then ingested by snails, slugs and other mollusks.. We humans can then be infected by eating these snails or slugs, most often while they are hidden in produce. But really you can be infected by ingesting anything that has been tainted by the slime trail of the slugs or snails, including drinking water or eating freshwater animals such as prawns, frogs or crabs.. Most recently some individuals on Hawaii Island contracted the disease after drinking homemade kava, a ceremonial beverage that was left out in uncovered buckets. After consuming the kava, it was noticed that there was a slug at the bottom of the ceremonial bowl; the individuals became ill a few weeks later with two confirmed cases of ...
Introduction. R.S. Coursework- Baptism AO1 Baptism is the ceremony in which a person becomes a member of the Family of Jesus Christ and God; so it is seen as a sacrament. A Sacrament is an outward sign of the giving of Gods grace and salvation to a person. Baptism is one of the seven sacraments in some Christian Churches. Many Christian traditions believe in Baptism however only The Salvation Army and The Society of Friends (Quakers) do not accept Baptism or the Eucharist as they feel there is no need to show any outward signs of personal beliefs. I will now describe an Infant Baptismal ceremony which is from the Roman Catholic tradition. Other Churches that practise this type of Baptism are: The Anglican Church, Methodist, Orthodox and United Reform Church. The Baptism ceremony takes place at a Church at a font during a service of Holy Communion and begins with the Priest waiting at the door to welcome the Parents, Godparents and the child which signifies a Christians entry into the church. ...
Chanda Brigance lets her husband O.J Brigance handle the ball before she threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Thursday evenings Orioles game against the Washington Nationals at Camden Yards. The ceremony was part of programming for Major League Baseballs 4-ALS initiative and helped mark ALS Awareness Month. O.J Brigance, a Ravens adviser and former Ravens and Baltimore Stallions player, has been battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis for more than 5 years. The incurable and lethal condition, also known as Lou Gehrigs Disease, weakens and eventually kills the brains motor neurons, shutting down muscle function. (Gene Sweeney Jr./Baltimore Sun ...
During the cacao ceremony, you will drink a delicious raw organic chocolate from Guatemala. Not only will you receive the health benefits of raw chocolate (300 phytochemicals, 20x the antioxidant power of blueberries, protein, calcium, carotene, thiamin, riboflavin, magnesium, sulfur, and iron), but you will connect with your heart space. This plant is said to open your heart and let love flow directly to you - this allows you to heal spiritually and physically. You will feel light, free and euphoric. This ceremony will also have the special addition of a crystal singing bowl sound bath. During the meditation portion of the ceremony, Elizabeth will play 12 crystal singing bowls that will further open your heart space and elevate your rejuvenation and healing. Elizabeth Howell trained with Mindy West who is a Cacao Shaman living in Tulum, Mexico. Elizabeth lives in Richmond, VA and is a Success Coach and Sound Healer, Author, Nurse Anesthetist, and Mom. Recently, Mindy and Elizabeth performed a ...
Farrow: First of all, the people of Phnom Penh have been extraordinarily supportive in all kinds of ways...The trouble we experienced this morning...none of it come from the people themselves. Our intention was to have a ceremony which is again is to light the flame. Each time we say this prayer...Its intended to represent those who perished, all those who were lost but also to celebrate the courage of those who survived, and the commitment that we share for an end to mass atrocities everywhere. So far our flame lighting ceremonies have gone very smoothly and very movingly. The reasons are best known to themselves. Our permission to have this ceremony on the sight of the memorial was revoked. Yesterday we found that out....So we restructured our ceremony to eliminate the flame and make the flame a flower. As we were not allowed on the premises of the genocide museum we would leave our flowers just to honor the victims and the survivors, but then the streets were cordoned off so it was ...
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In this concluding discussion held on the 24th of November, we considered what kind of public ceremonies could serve to advance the project on Reconciliation Architecture : we wanted to understand what kinds of alternative ceremonies were possible. The epistemological origins of ceremony can possibly be traced to the Etruscan origins, ( a reference to the ancient…
The Department of Justice is committed to stopping female genital mutilation in this country, and will use the full power of the law to ensure that no girls suffer such physical and emotional abuse.. Acting U.S. Attorney Daniel Lemisch decried the procedures brutality. Female genital mutilation constitutes a particularly brutal form of violence against women and girls. It is also a serious federal felony in the United States. The practice has no place in modern society and those who perform FGM on minors will be held accountable under federal law.. The allegations detailed in todays criminal complaint are disturbing. The FBI, along with its law enforcement partners, are committed to doing whatever necessary to bring an end to this barbaric practice and to ensure no additional children fall victim to this procedure, said Special Agent in Charge David Gelios.. The FBI believes there could be more victims. They set up a tip line for anyone who has any information pertaining to the illegal ...
The United Nations has declared Feb. 6 International Zero Tolerance Day for Female Genital Mutilation. Contrary to popular perception, female genital mutilation, or FGM, is relatively widespread in the United States as well. Indeed, according to a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 500,000 women and girls have either undergone, or are at risk of undergoing the procedure. Most, but not all, are immigrants to the U.S.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) seriously affects a womans sex life reveals a new study that explored the sexual quality of life in women who have undergone female genital mutilation.
Author: Thato Motaung Researcher, Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation: 6 February 2015 February 6 - the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation - is dedicated annually to making the world aware of the harmful effects of female genital…
The Norfolk Cheese Company are delighted to be able to supply this selection of Mrs Temples cheeses. All produced by Catherine Temple at Copys Green Farm in Wighton, near Wells next to the sea.. Using the milk from her very own herd of Holstein Friesian cows... Mrs temples Binham Blue 200g. The Norfolk Cheese Company are delighted to be able to supply Norfolks only cows milk blue cheese. Produced by Catherine Temple at Copys Green Farm in Wighton, near Wells next to the sea.. Using the milk from her very own herd of Holstein Friesian cows... Flavour A creamy blue with good subtle flavour throughout that is not too over powering to the pallet. A must of any cheese board.. Look at our Mrs Temples selection to complete the range.. Cheese Type: Blue. Mrs Temples Wells Alpine 180g Made from the milk of Brown Swiss cows, the semi-hard cheese takes 6 months to mature. A flavorsome alpine cheese with nutty undertones and a subtle irresistible sweetness.. Cheese Type: Hard. Mrs Temples Copys Cloud ...
06W: 2A, 2A06S: 10, 10A 2A. In 06W at 2A, 12.1 The Ritual Life of South Asia (Identical to Religion 79, pending Faculty approval). As the birthplace of numerous religious traditions (including Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism), and as the home of the largest cohort of Muslims in the modern world, the South Asian subcontinent functions as a remarkable melting pot of sacred doctrine and ritual practice. Contemporary events demonstrate, however, that the region can also serve as a cauldron of hatred, intolerance and violence. To explore this world of remarkable religiosity, we will focus not on sacred texts or ancient history, but on the ritual practices that infuse daily life in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The importance of these religious rituals is reflected not only in terms of vast public and private participation, but also in the attempts by the state and its various leaders to harness the power- -be it spiritual, economic or political--that ritual can often unleash. (ETHN) Dist: ...
A clear and accessible pro-forma with sections dealing with all aspects of a church building and its contents to enable churchwardens to comply with the law. To burn resin incense without charcoal, you can make an incense burner using an old soda can and a tea light candle. This form is equally good as a solitary incense, as an ingredient in self made incense mixtures. • A hookah, or water pipe, uses burning charcoal to heat shisha, a flavored blend of herbal substances. 42 on average. Loose Incense Loose incense is perhaps the most confusing type of incense to use. It is also possible to smoke the sage in an incense burner with tealight and sieve insert. Loose-leaf pages only - binder not included. Wait for about 10 minutes. Individual natural ingredients or loose, non-combustible incense mixtures can be burned (or heated) in a number of ways: Using Incense Charcoal : On or In an Incense Trail : In an Incense Stove: Click on a methods title above for a description and step-by-step guide. Its ...
Many African people believe that an individual doesnt exist without a name. With this in mind it is not surprising that a great importance is placed on giving names in traditional ceremonies throughout African communities. It is believed that as the mother gave physical life to the child, it was the role of the father to give it a name. Both the parents and grandmothers choose the names for the child. The Yoruba naming ceremony is very traditional. Yoruba naming ceremony participators consist of the father, mother, baby, siblings, leader, a community member, ritual foods, and invited guests. In Africa, this ceremony would take place outside. In the U.S., the ceremony usually takes place in the home of the family. The guests begin arriving early in the afternoon. They bring gifts of money and other baby things. After about an hour, the ritual gathering takes place. The leader explains the foods and objects around the ritual table to the baby. As he does this he declares the symbolic meaning of ...
A word about our testimonials: At the end of 2013 a plainclothes cop showed up at our door to deliver (serve) a letter from the Idaho State Attorney, who we were advised to contact immediately. The govt official on the phone threatened to shut us down over the casual, single mention of the word, cure on our FAQ page.. I had used the word in response to a customers question and the context was that the cure rate for a specific illness was high with zappers, based on simple observation over the years. I always stress that zappers are not cure-alls, of course. We were extorted to remove that word but, at the same time, all of the cancer cure testimonials disappeared from the Testimonials page, which we assume was the result of federal govt hacking. That indicated to Carol and I that the agenda to destroy our business is a federal one and that the Idaho Attorney was just being a stooge for the feds. The parasitic pharmaceutical and medical cartels are directly threatened people like us and they ...
This hokku is from the first month (February) of 1816, when Issa was in and around his hometown. It seems to be based on a memory from the time Issa lived in the city of Edo, and it refers to large-scale ceremonies and the annual first fair of the new year held on 1/28 at Ryusenji Temple on the outskirts of the big city. The temple was better known as the Meguro Fudo-son Temple, since the Tendai Tantric school temple was dedicated to the Indian fire god Fudo (Acala), who plays an important role in Buddhism as a manifestation of the Sun Buddha Dainichi. As such, Fudo is called a Wisdom King and represents the purifying power of fire: he holds a sword and has an angry face, since he burns away deluded desires and confronts evil, purifying it into good. The stone statue of Fudo at Meguro Temple is famous for having fierce black eyes (me-guro) as he stands protecting a small lake whose water, fed by two waterfalls, was bathed in by pilgrims praying for purification and protection from epidemics. At ...
Hong Kong has no shortage of temples, and as a Buddhist and Taoist based population for the majority of its history, it shouldnt surprise anyone. For millennia, people have been praying to the myriad of Chinese local deities and gods for various aspect of their lives through dedicated temples: the Tin Hau Temples for safe sea passage, good grades from Man Mo Gods at Man Mo Temple and more. A lot of the times people remember the busy Central and Admiralty districts and even hiking, but only visit one or two of these temples. Whether you believe in these deities, it has become part of many peoples lives in Hong Kong and representative of the Chinese culture. Below are a list of temples Ive visited in Hong Kong (itll expand as I visit more!):. ...
The Temple News has been the paper of record for the Temple University community since it first printed as Temple University Weekly on Sept. 19, 1921. The award-winning student publication, editorially independent of Temple, now publishes every Tuesday and daily online. The Temple News distributes 5,000 printed copies, free of charge, to the universitys primary locations in the Delaware Valley.. © 2019 The Temple News. All rights reserved.. ...
The Temple News has been the paper of record for the Temple University community since it first printed as Temple University Weekly on Sept. 19, 1921. The award-winning student publication, editorially independent of Temple, now publishes every Tuesday and daily online. The Temple News distributes 5,000 printed copies, free of charge, to the universitys primary locations in the Delaware Valley.. © 2019 The Temple News. All rights reserved.. ...
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Another completely amazing temple and grand at the same time is that of Kailashnatha temple. The interesting part of this tempe is that it is right in the middle of brahmanical, buddhist and jaina caves. Tp top it all it is a museum of architecture that displays the sculptural supremacy of three dynasties that ruled the indian sub continent parallely - the chalukyas, pallavas and the rashtrakutas. there is cultural warfare written all across the walls of this temple. Apart from depicting various forms of Shiva, this temple shows stark examples of sculptors from all dynasties working together in the same place. eg. saptamatrika panel in a cave near the main temple shows few of the goddesses in pallava style, few others in rashtrakuta style and the remaining in chalukyan style. How do we figure that out? A rashtrakuta sculpture knows no proportion, heads are BIG and legs are SMALL. if the figure had to stand up, it would not be able to balance itself. A chalukyan sculpture always has a waist band ...
Specialist legal expenses insurer, Temple Legal Protection is delighted to announce the appointment of Lisa Fricker. She joins the company as Solicitor Services Manager and will be based at the companys Bristol office. Lisa brings a wealth of legal insurance experience to the business that will further strengthen Temples team of experts.. Lisa began her career in the insurance industry with DAS where she fulfilled various Claims roles in relation to BTE legal expenses insurance, before joining ARAG in an ATE Claims role, most recently fulfilling the role of Claims Auditor.. Commenting on her appointment, Lisa said: I am delighted to have joined Temple Legal Protection and to be given the opportunity to develop my career further, whilst being part of a market leading legal insurer. I am looking forward to ensuring that the service provided remains at the exceptionally high standard already set by Temple.. Speaking about Lisas appointment, Temples Managing Director Chris Wait said Temples ...
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Actun Tunichil Muknal cave of the stone sepulcher was first discovered in 1989 located in the Tapir Mountain Reserve in the Cayo District near the village of Roaring Creek. This popular cave is rated as the #1 cave in Central America by National Geography and listed as the top things to do in Belize.. The ATM Cave is known to be used by the Mayans for ceremonial purposes during the classic period. Most of the ceremonies or rituals were held at the entrance of the cave. The interior of the cave was considered to be more sacred and closer to the Mayan rain God, Chaak. Towards the end of the classic period it is believed that the rituals were held deeper into the interior of the ATM as a result of drought thus contributing to the collapse of the Mayan civilization.. The natural geological wonder of crystalline stalactites and stalagmites formations are not the only remarkable thing about the ATM. This 5-kilometer-long museum if filled with ancient Mayan artifacts and has over 14 human remains of ...
After presiding over the long-delayed, ceremonial cremation of his brother Ananda Mahidol, Bhumibol was crowned King of Thailand on 5 May 1950 in the Baisal Daksin Throne Hall in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. It was the first coronation ceremony of a Thai sovereign to rule under the system of constitutional monarchy.[30] During the ceremony, he pledged that he would reign with righteousness for the benefit and happiness of the Siamese people (เราจะครองแผ่นดินโดยธรรม เพื่อประโยชน์สุขแห่งมหาชนชาวสยาม).[36] Notable elements associated with the coronation included the Bahadrabith Throne beneath the Great White Umbrella of State and royal regalia and utensils.[37]. In 1950 on Coronation Day, Bhumibols consort was made queen (Somdej Phra Boromarajini). The date of his coronation is celebrated each 5 May in Thailand as Coronation Day, a public holiday. On 9 June 2006, Bhumibol celebrated ...
The Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office, and the U.S. District Court hosted a naturalization ceremony on March 8, welcoming 129 new American citizens.. With candidates from Afghanistan to Vietnam, the MATC auditorium was packed with friends and family recording the personally significant event. One of those individuals who became an American was Eman Hala, who traveled from Madison with her husband and daughter.. The ceremony made me feel so excited, and I was in tears because I was so happy to finally be an American citizen, said Hala. I have been preparing to be an American citizen since I came to the United States from Egypt in 2009.. One of the first laws from the first Congress of the United States was the Naturalization Act of 1790, written a year after Constitution. Legend has it that the law was drafted by Thomas Jefferson, who helped write the Declaration of Independence. In that document, one of its complaints with Great Britain ...
In 2017 a consortium of members of the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI) undertook a study funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), entitled Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices. The United Nations has defined harmful traditional practices (HTPs) as follows: Traditional cultural practices reflect values and beliefs held by members of a community for periods often spanning generations. Every social grouping in the world has specific traditional cultural practices and beliefs, some of which are beneficial to all members, while others are harmful to a specific group, such as women. These harmful traditional practices include female genital mutilation (FGM); forced feeding of women; early marriage; the various taboos or practices which prevent women from controlling their own fertility; nutritional taboos and traditional birth practices; son preference and its implications for the status of the girl ...
CLARKSDALE - The voices of Coahoma Community Colleges student body were honored Monday during a special Student Government Association (SGA) pinning ceremony.. While theyve already been working diligently in their official capacities, CCC SGA members were officially pinned by CCC administration during the special ceremony, held at 3:30 p.m. Monday in the Magnolia Room of the Zee A. Barron Student Union.. CCCs SGA serves as a liaison between the administration, faculty, staff and student body. Its designed to provide student participation in school government, establish better student-teacher relationships, afford training in citizenship and ensures a sincere respect for the aims and objectives of Coahoma Community College.. Family and friends, as well as CCC faculty and staff, looked on as CCC President Dr. Valmadge Towner swore in the student leaders. They were pinned by CCC Director of Enrollment and Student Services Karen Done, CCC SGA Advisor Christopher Dixon and CCC SGA Co-Advisor ...
Kansas State University provides two easy ways to watch a commencement ceremony online: live or previously recorded.. Each ceremony can be re-watched at the commencement ...
Volunteers and representatives from local businesses and organizations were recently recognized for their support of Project Self-Sufficiency at the agencys annual Mosaic Awards ceremony.. Volunteers and representatives from local businesses and organizations were recently recognized for their support of Project Self-Sufficiency at the agencys annual Mosaic Awards ceremony. The Mosaic Awards honors the individuals and organizations that have been instrumental in helping us to pursue our mission throughout the year, said Deborah Berry-Toon, executive director of Project Self-Sufficiency. This event recognizes that even the smallest contributions can combine with the efforts of others to have a powerful impact on the community. The lives of thousands of local families have been changed for the better because of the thoughtfulness and generosity of these individuals. Every year, Project Self-Sufficiency bestows the Presidents Award on a staff or community member whose work on behalf of the ...
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participate in an Abraham Accords signing ceremony Tuesday.. The peace accords are between Israel and Bahrain and Israel and the United Arab Emerates.. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 12:00 p.m. EDT.. ...
Following is UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moons message, delivered by Cristina Gallach, Under-Secretary-General for Public Information, to the South-South Awards ceremony, in New York today:. I am delighted to greet the South-South Award ceremony, and I congratulate the winners of these distinguished awards. I am honoured by your decision to recognize the achievements of the United Nations.. In this seventieth anniversary of the United Nations, the Organization continues to fulfil its mission for peace, development and human rights around the globe. Member States have made great progress towards the Millennium Development Goals and advancing the global development agenda.. Now, with the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we enter a new era of efforts to eradicate poverty, foster human well-being and protect our planet. This is a universal agenda for all people in all countries that pledges to leave no one behind.. I commend Member States and all stakeholders involved for ...
The Christchurch City Council will hold a presentation ceremony for recipients of the second and final Christchurch Earthquake Awards next week.. A total of 172 individuals, groups and organisations will receive awards at a special ceremony on Tuesday 18 December, for their acts of kindness, service or heroism during the earthquakes. The Council first presented the earthquake awards in February 2012 and decided to run another round to ensure anyone deserving who missed out last time had the opportunity to be nominated.. Mayor Bob Parker, who will present the awards, is pleased the city has the chance to recognise earthquake heroes in the community.. We wanted everyone deserving to have the chance to be recognised for their selfless acts. Many people in our community went above and beyond the call of duty to help others and we hope this final round of awards has given everyone the chance to nominate people they think should receive an award.. A full list of recipients can be found by following ...
NUI Galway Lecturer in English and Vice-Dean (Learning and Assessment), Dr Frances McCormack, was among give third-level teachers recognised as exemplifying excellence in teaching at the annual National Academy for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (NAIRTL) awards ceremony in Dublin recently.. At a time when Higher Education Institutions are being challenged to achieve ever higher standards, the National Awards for Excellence in Teaching symbolise the outstanding quality of teaching which many Irish students already experience. In particular, these awards value and celebrate successful efforts at integrating research, teaching and learning. The five winners represent disciplines as diverse as anatomy, Education, English and Law and were nominated by senior staff in their institution to go forward for the highly competitive award.. Minister Ruairí Quinn presented the awards at this prestigious ceremony and noted that the awardees were Teachers who never cease in their own ...
The ambassador of the Republic of China on Friday the 5th of June 2020, handed over Agricultural equipment to the ministry of Agriculture at Bakau. This initiative called the China Aid is geared towards mechanizing the Agricultural Rice Production System in the Gambia. The equipment donated includes 30 pieces of power tillers, 30 mini threshers, 25 irrigation pumps, 31 rice mills , a trans-planter, a combine harvester, 10 tons of urea fertilizer, lubricants and other spare parts. The ceremony was hosted by the department of agriculture and was attended by several dignitaries including the Honorable minister of agriculture, The minister of foreign affairs Momadou Tangara and The country director, World Food Program (WFP), Madam wanja.. Opening the ceremony, the Ambassador of the Republic of China, Ma Jianchun stated that since the outbreak of the covid 19 pandemic , China has been supporting the Gambia in providing medicines and exchanging of vital information. He said, the Republic of China ...
President-Elect Karen Bartleson presents the IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology, in which the IEEE recognizes outstanding contributions and/or innovations in the fields of medicine, biology or health care, to Charles A. Mistretta. Mistrettas Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA), time-resolved Magnet Resonance Angiography (MRA) and accelerated imaging algorithms, he transformed diagnostic radiology. Learn more about the 2016 Honors Ceremony at https://www.ieee.org/about/awards/honors_ceremony.html. ...
Black soldiers from Post 8195 share their Vietnam stories during new book release ceremony. Twenty-three Black soldiers relive the horror of war as seen through their own eyes as co-authors of the book titled, Post 8195: Black Soldiers Tell Their Vietnam Stories.. By Charles Moseley. South Floridians gathered recently at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) Auditorium to witness a bit of history in the making. The program paid tribute to former Black soldiers who served in Vietnam. Sixteen of the 23 Black soldiers who shared their personal experiences during the Vietnam War in a book entitled, Post 8195: Black Soldiers Tell Their Vietnam Stories, edited by Bobby White, VFW Post 8195 Commander, who also attended the ceremony.. These brave men include; Bobby White, Eulas C. Mitchell Jr., Captain William Frank Kornegay, Eddie Jones, Alfred E. Glass, Willie James Ferguson, Willie J. Brinson, Bertram B. King, Vernon Kearns, Charles Henry Green, Daniel Shannon, Don L. ...
In a previous blog post we gave The Unity Candle Ceremony its time in the spotlight, now we want to share some details on another type of unity ceremony, The Sand Ceremony. An equally beautiful element to incorporate into your wedding ceremony timeline, the Sand Ceremony offers thoughtful and meaningful symbolism. The Sand Ceremony consists of a unity vessel and two or more bottles of colored sand. Sometime after the formal vows, the bride and groom take turns pouring their chosen color of sand into the vessel. When couples are blending.... ...
Mooney, Linda A.; Brabant, Sarah (1987-01-01). "Deviance, deference, and demeanor: Birthday cards as ceremonial tokens". ... Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 22 (2): 176-185. doi:10.1037/0893-164X.22.2.176. ISSN 0893-164X. PMC 2758637. PMID 18540715 ... several public health studies have used birthday cards to try to modify drinking behavior. A 2009 survey of the attempts " ...
On 28 October 1580, was held the ceremonial entry of Henry XI to Legnica. The Duke of Legnica continue with his disrespectful ... The decision was dictated by the Emperor because of the behavior of Frederick III, who joined the coalition of Protestant rebel ... behavior against his sovereign. Despite several months of the Imperial Decree who restored him, Henry XI wasn't required to ...
The Amish blueprint for expected behavior, called the Ordnung, regulates private, public, and ceremonial life. Ordnung does not ... Frowned upon behavior - Things that are discouraged but which are not a test of membership to the church. Forbidden behavior - ... Acceptable behavior - Certain practices that are so widely accepted they are never discussed. Esteemed behavior - The way that ... Rather than a packet of rules to memorize, the Ordnung is the understood behavior by which the Amish are expected to live. In ...
Buechner, H. K., Schleoth, R. K., (1965) Ceremonial mating behavior in Uganda kob (Adenota kob thomsi Neuman). Z. Tierpsychol, ... Estes, Richard (1991). The Behavior Guide to African Mammals: Including Hoofed Mammals, Carnivores, Primates. University of ... Territoriality and the spatial distribution of sexual and agonistic behavior at a territorial ground. Z. Tierpsychol, 37:192- ...
"Emotions/Fear/Behavior". Daily Tehillim. Retrieved 6 January 2019. "Gregorian Propers • St. René Goupil Gradual". Corpus ... Brauner, Reuven (2013). "Shimush Pesukim: Comprehensive Index to Liturgical and Ceremonial Uses of Biblical Verses and Passages ...
And during ceremonial gatherings you can "read" a Na'vi by how they mark themselves with dyes, muds, and paints. And the ... environment and day/night cycle is directly responsible for the development of this social expression behavior. Again, this was ...
Serpell J, Duffy D. Dog Breeds and Their Behavior. In: Domestic Dog Cognition and Behavior. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer; 2014 ... At death, the heads of the dogs had been carefully separated from their bodies by humans, probably for ceremonial reasons. The ... As these are characteristics of wolves, dogs and humans, it can be argued that these behaviors were enhanced once wolves and ... The first was natural selection based on feeding behavior within the ecological niche that had been formed through human ...
Incapable of normal speech, his early behavior is often clownish and servile but obedient. It is eventually learned that he is ... She is depicted on the cover artwork in chainmail with an archetypal "cleavage window", explained away as "ceremonial" armor[ ...
Doctor RF, Fleming JS (2001). Measures of Transgender Behavior. Archives of Sexual Behavior Volume 30, Number 3 / June, 2001 ... Nadleehe of the North American Navajo hold a respected ceremonial position, where as the Kathoey of Thailand experience more ... Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 17, Number 6 / December, 1988 Henry Rubin (2003). Self-made Men: Identity and Embodiment ... Archives of Sexual Behavior "Wonky Wednesday: Trans people & sexual orientation". National LGBTQ Task Force. 2013-06-05. ...
Bear hunts were ceremonial. Black bears were usually hunted in winter, where lighted poles were used to drive them from their ... Seasonal harvests were only for those with personal property and much activity and social behavior centered on them. Status, ...
... traditional man's behavior gains purpose and meaning through the Sacred: "By imitating divine behavior, man puts and keeps ... A shaman performing a ceremonial in Tuva.. Eliade's scholarly work includes a study of shamanism, Shamanism: Archaic Techniques ... Instead, it means that religious behavior "says through its own language" that the world is as homo religiosus would see it, ... In contrast, nonreligious man lacks sacred models for how history or human behavior should be, so he must decide on his own how ...
... "ceremonial" sphere of society on the other. Its name and core elements trace back to a 1919 American Economic Review article by ... rather than simple assumptions of economic behavior. Some of the authors associated with this school include Robert H. Frank, ... focuses on understanding the role of the evolutionary process and the role of institutions in shaping economic behavior. Its ...
Ashok Raj is invited to a function in the local school where he gives a ceremonial speech. He talks about the present day life ... modernization, the state of good people etc., opening the eyes of everyone to the sad truth of people's behavior. During the ...
Schouten and LeMaire were probably the first Europeans ever to witness these ceremonials, and the description they gave still ... Their description of the islanders' appearance and behavior was not flattering. Although they praise the men for being well ...
Kaplan comments this continuous unusual display of mourning "went far beyond the ceremonial appropriate for even a highly ... Yue's father later followed him secretly to Zhou's tomb after striking him during an argument over his melancholic behavior. ...
But this was really a ceremonial usage of the genealogy and while the two groups were together it had its place ... When a ... This pattern was reflected to some extent in behavior. Barnett (1955:250-51), speaking about the Coast Salish of British ... The mai gida held the fruits of gandu production in trust and was obliged to feed, clothe, and pay taxes and ceremonial ... Within any given family, the possession of valuable items and resources of wealth and of ceremonial preprogatives was the ...
They reckoned the passing of time by a lunar calendar and an eight-part ceremonial cycle, using various lithic and earth ... honorable deeds and mischievous behavior. The Puritans refused to acknowledge any of this. Religious conversion and cultural ... The Algonquians used over twenty herbals in smoking their ceremonial pipes. The Quinnipiac Stone Giant Twins (Hobbomock and ... 201 Church Street, Milltown, IN 47145) Quinnipiac Lunar and Ceremonial Calendar, 2003-2004, by Iron and Ruth Thunderhorse, QTC ...
The uses of the timbuwarra are varied; they are most often seen as guardian figures outside of ceremonial houses, which are ... Sometimes, timbuwarra would also be used during male initiation rites to teach boys about sexual behavior. One collector has ... they were often attached to a ceremonial wig in a fashion known locally as "female pinned by a penis to the wig". Once ...
The Ceremonial Plaza is situated at the end of the Lions Road. The area is 129 m (423 ft) long and 84 m (276 ft) wide and was ... gap separates the paving stones on the Road of Lions to ensure that visitors take their time and observe respectful behavior on ... There are four main parts to Anıtkabir: the Road of Lions, the Ceremonial Plaza, the Hall of Honor (location of Atatürk's tomb ... His tomb faces the Atatürk Mausoleum, on the opposite side of the Ceremonial Ground. The mausoleum was depicted on various ...
In some cultures, transvestism is practiced for religious, traditional, or ceremonial reasons. Though the term was coined as ... feelings and fetishistic behavior, even if the latter involved wearing clothes of the other sex. One of the fiercest activists ... In some cultures, transvestism is practiced for religious, traditional or ceremonial reasons. For example, in India some male ... the behavior is considered a mental disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and the psychiatric ...
The mayor is at his wit's end because he cannot supply the Elector with the wild boar and the ceremonial maiden required to ... Adam, thinking of his own Tyrolen behavior code, somehow believes himself to have been promised to Marie and Christel to have ... Adam arrives at the festival to find the master of the hunt and the mayor informing him that Christel is the ceremonial maiden ... A waitress suggests that Christel, the postal clerk, might be willing to volunteer to be the ceremonial maiden because she is ...
... ceremonial behavior MeSH I01.076.201.450.199 - circumcision, female MeSH I01.076.201.450.226 - civilization MeSH I01.076. ... runaway behavior MeSH I01.880.735.784 - social behavior disorders MeSH I01.880.735.784.350 - general adaptation syndrome MeSH ... dangerous behavior MeSH I01.880.735.255 - divorce MeSH I01.880.735.265 - doping in sports MeSH I01.880.735.344 - homicide MeSH ... behavior control MeSH I01.880.630.200 - coercion MeSH I01.880.630.548 - public opinion MeSH I01.880.630.716 - punishment MeSH ...
One night, during a ceremonial battle, she poisons and kills the Master and takes her spider necklace, which comes to life and ... Eventually, Sadira becomes their top assassin, but develops rash behavior and a superiority complex. ...
The Court went on to state that a religion did not have to be theistic, and that a religion involved both belief and behavior ... Louis wrote, "it is abundantly clear that Scientology has both the typical forms of ceremonial and celebratory worship and its ... The controversies involving the Church and its critics, some of them ongoing, include: Criminal behavior by members of the ... The Church developed outreach programs to fight drug addiction, illiteracy, learning disabilities and criminal behavior. These ...
In 1999, Selig oversaw the disbandment of the American and National League offices and took over all but a few ceremonial ... Disciplinary action for the on-field behavior of players, coaches and managers remained the responsibility of the respective ... duties formerly performed by the League Presidents, including the discipline of personnel for on-field behavior. Cincinnati ...
The minks' nocturnal behavior may have been caused from pressure by fur traders who hunted them in daylight. Since the remains ... and possibly for exchange and ceremonial purposes. One study looking at the remains in shell middens in Penobscot Bay reported ... Since the sea mink has only been described by fragmentary remains, its appearance and behaviors are not well-documented. Its ... It may have exhibited behavior similar to the American mink, in that it probably maintained home ranges, was polygynandrous, ...
... was forced to submit to the spoilt and abusive behavior of Empress Chen. After conducting an annual ceremonial ritual at ...
These temple paintings would have served to model ritual behavior and embody religious doctrine as they effectively ... Moche mural paintings possess phenomenological effects and performance capabilities that connect with the site's Ceremonial ...
The behavior detailed in the report was almost universally condemned in the press. In an editorial, New Orleans' local paper ... he would sign a ceremonial one-day contract with the Saints in the offseason and retire with the team. Hargrove, signed as a ... Payton and Loomis also apologized to Benson and the Saints fans, and promised that such behavior would never happen again. ... ESPN columnist Gregg Easterbrook claimed that the Saints' behavior threatened the very integrity of the sport since high school ...
It features the field research of conservationists Paul Igag and Miriam Supuma, who document the mating behaviors of different ... species of birds of paradise, and the ceremonial use of the birds' plumage by the tribes of New Guinea. https://www.pbs.org/ ...
"The Predatory Behavior and Ecology of Wild Chimpanzees".. *^ Milton, Katharine (1999). "A hypothesis to explain the role of ... "When Did "Modern" Behavior Emerge in Humans?". National Geographic News. Retrieved 2008-02-05.. ... Lower Paleolithic Acheulean tool users, according to Robert G. Bednarik, began to engage in symbolic behavior such as art ... perhaps in courting behavior. William H. Calvin has suggested that some hand axes could have served as "killer Frisbees" meant ...
Miller, P. J. O.; Aoki, K.; Rendell, L. E.; Amano, M. (2008). "Stereotypical resting behavior of the sperm whale". Current ... In 1585, Alessandro Farnese, 1585, and Francois, Duke of Anjou, 1582, were greeted on his ceremonial entry into the port city ...
The records, in other words, tell us nothing about the kinds of behavior we might expect to find during the decades preceding ... the boundaries of which were not only reinforced on a daily basis but were regularly performed on ceremonial occasions such as ...
... and Intention to Change Drinking Behavior,journal=Addictive Behaviors,volume=41,pages=232-237,doi=10.1016/j.addbeh.2014.10.015, ... File:Conference Between the French and Indian Leaders Around a Ceremonial Fire by Vernier.jpg,thumb,பிரஞ்ச் மற்றும் கன்டாவின் ... File:Conference Between the French and Indian Leaders Around a Ceremonial Fire by Vernier.jpg,thumb,Conference between the ... There are general similarities in the music, but is usually social (public) or ceremonial (private). Public, social music may ...
"California Condor Behavior". U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge. Archived from the ... Cave paintings of condors have also been discovered.[89] Some tribes ritually killed condors to make ceremonial clothing out of ... Researchers and breeders take advantage of this behavior to double the reproductive rate by taking the first egg away for ... Wallace, William J.; Lathrap, Donald W. (1959). "Ceremonial Bird Burials in San Francisco Bay Shellmounds". American Antiquity ...
Institute for Sex Research (Kinsey, et al.) (1953). Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, Saunders. ... These ceremonial and social roles, which are conferred and confirmed by the person's elders, "do not make sense" when defined ... a b Rust, Paula C. (November 1992). "The Politics of Sexual Identity: Sexual Attraction and Behavior Among Lesbian and Bisexual ... Female homosexual behavior may be present in every culture, although the concept of a lesbian as a woman who pairs exclusively ...
In Vanuatu, Tudei ("two days") kava is reserved for special ceremonial occasions and exporting it is not allowed. "Palisi" is a ... "A well prepared Kava potion drunk in small quantities produces only pleasant changes in behavior. It is therefore a slightly ... The Maori word kawa also means "ceremonial protocol", recalling the stylized consumption of the drug typical of Polynesian ...
Yam tubers are shown off by individuals as a sign of success and wealth.[172] Rice has replaced yam for many ceremonial ... This can be through behavior, physical traits and statements by the child. A diviner can help in detecting who the child has ... Men wearing contemporary Isiagu with the ceremonial Igbo men's hat okpu agu ... Used as a ceremonial script by secret societies, the Igbo have an indigenous ideographic set of symbols called Nsibidi, ...
This rite of passage includes a ceremonial bath.[98] This ceremony marked the end of school, but did not imply immediate start ... behavior attributes). In Nyaya school of Hinduism, not all Samskara are psychological.[3] Rites of passage, other actions, ... The rite of passage, in some texts, include charity and feeding of the poor, and ceremonial prayers by both parents.[64] ... or a priest then bathes before leading the cremation ceremonial function.[110][115] He circumambulates the dry wood pyre with ...
Evolution & Human Behavior 24: 99-112. Full text. *Knight, C. 2008. Early human kinship was matrilineal. In N. J. Allen, H. ... in contrast to male predominance within the political and ceremonial systems)",[29] the Clan Mother, for example, being ... "Sociocultural behavior, sex-biased admixture and effective population sizes in Central African Pygmies and non-Pygmies". Mol ...
Symbolic behavior is, perhaps, one of the most difficult aspects of modern human behavior to distinguish archaeologically. When ... and symbolic behavior.[1] Many of these aspects of modern human behavior can be broken down into more specific categories, ... Evidence for modern human behavior[edit]. See also: Behavioral modernity. There have been a number of theories proposed ... Characteristically modern human behaviors, such as the making of shell beads, bone tools and arrows, and the use of ochre ...
The cult also led to public devotional behavior: by the late 1930s, people would jump out of their seats to stand up whenever ... On 21 December, the day after he was awarded, a ceremonial meeting dedicated to the 70th birthday of Stalin took place in the ... They also focused on their youth's behavior and character. The children were encourage to reject anyone who didn't embody the ...
Some drums were used for proverbs and ceremonial presentations. Demography[edit]. The population history of the Ashanti Kingdom ... Its judicial system emphasizes the Ashanti conception of rectitude and good behavior, which favors harmony among the people. ... They did not participate in any of the ceremonial observances and did not visit any sacred places. ...
That behavior is not confined to verbs; note for example Spanish viento "wind" from Latin ventum, or Italian fuoco "fire" from ... as well as verse syntax and the melody according to which the verse is chanted in ceremonial Bible reading. In Modern Hebrew, ...
Murvosh CM, Fye RL, LaBrecque GC (1964). "Studies on the mating behavior of the house fly, Musca domestica L.". Ohio Journal of ... "Navajo Ceremonial System" (PDF). Handbook of North American Indians. Humboldt State University. p. 539. Nearly every element ... "On robots and flies: Modeling the visual orientation behavior of flies" (PDF). Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 29 (4): 227. ...
Behavior. Main articles: Horse behavior and Stable vices. Horses are prey animals with a strong fight-or-flight response. Their ... mostly for ceremonial purposes, or for reconnaissance and transport activities in areas of rough terrain where motorized ... Exposure to horses appears to improve the behavior of inmates and help reduce recidivism when they leave.[212] ... Noise impacts the behavior of horses and certain kinds of noise may contribute to stress: A 2013 study in the UK indicated that ...
This behavior is seen among African elephants eating Fabaceae relatives in Africa. Because of this, its prehistoric range may ... In addition to use as a food, the seeds of Kentucky coffeetree were used by Native Americans for ceremonial and recreational ...
Religious, Traditional & Ceremonial. The Official Website of The Crown Council of Ethiopia. The Crown Council of Ethiopia. ... Iyasu's reputation for scandalous behavior and a disrespectful attitude towards the nobles at the court of his grandfather, ... Religious, Traditional & Ceremonial. The Official Website of The Crown Council of Ethiopia. The Crown Council of Ethiopia. ...
In deep mourning after her daughter Sophie's death, Elisabeth refused to eat for days; a behavior that would reappear in later ... a political reactionary who was still guided by his mother and her adherence to the strict Spanish Court Ceremonial regarding ...
Leland Clifton Wyman (1983). "Navajo Ceremonial System". Handbook of North American Indians (PDF). Humboldt State University. p ... "Studies on the mating behavior of the house fly, Musca domestica L". Ohio Journal of Science. 64 (4): 264-271. ... "On robots and flies: Modeling the visual orientation behavior of flies" (PDF). Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 29 (4): 227. ...
She led its expansion and emphasized high academic standards, disciplined behavior, and prayer. She also established a musical ... Deaconess Missionaries serve and assist in the ceremonial and temporal affairs of the local church. Evangelist Missionaries are ... substance abuse and immoral behavior. The church has a tradition of prayer, fasting, praise, and consecration that was once ...
Art and ceremonial uses[edit]. Fire was also used in the creation of art. Scientists have discovered several small, 1 to 10 ... This would require familiarity with fire and its behavior.[11][7] An early step in the control of fire would be transporting it ... "What we know of early human society & behavior". Sourcing Innovation. Sourcing Innovation. Retrieved 13 November 2016.. ... The control of fire enabled important changes in human behavior, health, energy expenditure, and geographic expansion. As a ...
... but the latter role is mostly ceremonial and elected by the Parliament. ... Behavior modification facility. *Child labour. *Children in the military. *Child marriage. *Compulsory education ...
Knishkowy B, Amitai Y (July 2005). "Water-pipe (narghile) smoking: an emerging health risk behavior". Pediatrics. 116 (1): e113 ... Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior. 79 (1): 75-82. doi:10.1016/j.pbb.2004.06.005. PMID 15388286.. ... Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior. 76 (2): 267-74. doi:10.1016/S0091-3057(03)00223-5. PMID 14592678.. ...
... he still has nostalgia for the ceremonial side of religion.[105] In addition to beliefs in deities, Dawkins has criticized ... Human Behavior and Evolution Society. *Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. *Max Planck Institute for Human ...
"Chief Justice's Speech at Ceremonial Opening of the Legal Year 2010". Hong Kong Judiciary. Retrieved 7 March 2011.. ... Theories of political behavior. *Political psychology. *Biology and political orientation. *Political organisations ... Most of his/her powers are ceremonial only: like signing laws into power and commanding the military in time of peace. But ...
They also assist Kannushi in ceremonial rites.[237]. Visits to shrinesEdit. A generic name for a visit to the shrine, whether ... Shinto tends to focus on ritual behavior rather than doctrine.[160] The philosophers James W. Boyd and Ron G. Williams stated ... Shinto purification rite after a ceremonial children's sumo tournament at the Kamigamo Jinja in Kyoto ... ceremonial traditions for the purpose of human (communal) well-being".[145] It is often difficult to distinguish Shinto ...
Oppenheimer, Paul (1996). Evil and the Demonic: A New Theory of Monstrous Behavior. New York: New York University Press. ISBN ... The use of ceremonial magic to call demons is also known as goetia, the name taken from a section in the famous grimoire known ... Ceremonial magicEdit. While some people fear demons, or attempt to exorcise them, others willfully attempt to summon them for ... The ceremonial magician usually consults a grimoire, which gives the names and abilities of demons as well as detailed ...
... and the most capable and resolute of those who enter the government service take part in the ceremonial of the national cult. ... The speculation of the Zhengde Emperor becoming a Muslim is based in part on his excessive and debauched behavior along with ...
Guo, Rongxing (2017). An Economic Inquiry into the Nonlinear Behaviors of Nations: Dynamic Developments and the Origins of ... ceremonial, literary, and scientific language in Mesopotamia until the 1st century AD. ...
"Ceremonial Behavior" by people in Harvard Catalyst Profiles by year, and whether "Ceremonial Behavior" was a major or minor ... "Ceremonial Behavior" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Ceremonial Behavior" by people in Profiles. ... Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more general than "Ceremonial Behavior". ...
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Mooney, Linda A.; Brabant, Sarah (1987-01-01). "Deviance, deference, and demeanor: Birthday cards as ceremonial tokens". ... Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 22 (2): 176-185. doi:10.1037/0893-164X.22.2.176. ISSN 0893-164X. PMC 2758637. PMID 18540715 ... several public health studies have used birthday cards to try to modify drinking behavior. A 2009 survey of the attempts " ...
Ceremonial Drinking in an Afro-Brazilian Cult. Seth Leacock 81. Drinking Patterns and Alcoholism in Trinidad. Carole Yawney 94 ... Drinking and Inebriate Behavior in the Admiralty Islands, Melanesia. Theodore Schwartz and Lola Romanucci-Ross 252 ... The Cultural Structure of Mexican Drinking Behavior. William Madsen and Claudia Madsen 38 ...
Dance is an extremely important part of Aboriginal ceremonial life. Many dances mimic the movements and behaviors of animals ... Australians often see this Aboriginal behavior as rude.. 9 • LIVING CONDITIONS. Health care is a major problem for most ... Behavior and interpersonal relations among Australian Aboriginals are defined by family roles. In many Aboriginal societies, ... Ceremonial foods, therefore, were less associated with particular qualities than with seasonal abundance. In the mountainous ...
For me, a lot of Christmas and New Years stuff is ceremonial. Im acknowledging family, friends, a year of accomplishments, ... and new beginnings through the same old archaic behaviors. Yes, its basic, but it was also hard wired into my brain at a young ...
On 28 October 1580, was held the ceremonial entry of Henry XI to Legnica. The Duke of Legnica continue with his disrespectful ... The decision was dictated by the Emperor because of the behavior of Frederick III, who joined the coalition of Protestant rebel ... behavior against his sovereign. Despite several months of the Imperial Decree who restored him, Henry XI wasnt required to ...
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... "ceremonial," behavior. He uses the term ceremonious to distinguish nonreligious formal activity, and reserves the term ritual ... So ceremonial XIV. - late L. ceremonious XVI. - F. or late L. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your ... which in turn models secular behavior, then "secular and sacred may not be different behaviors but different analytic aspects ... As Grimes observes, "ceremony consists of power negotiations in ritual form.… Ceremonial gestures are bids for authority, ...
These include artistic manifestations, ceremonial behavior, differential treatment of the dead, cemeteries and new burial ... 1995) in Expanding Archaeology, Ceremonial trash? eds Skibo J, Walker W, Nielsen A (Univ Utah Press, Salt Lake City), pp 67-79. ... Feasting is one of humanitys most universal and unique social behaviors. Although evidence for feasting is common in the early ... Feasts are heavily imbued with meaning and are often associated with ritual behavior and socially important events such as ...
... traditional mans behavior gains purpose and meaning through the Sacred: "By imitating divine behavior, man puts and keeps ... A shaman performing a ceremonial in Tuva.. Eliades scholarly work includes a study of shamanism, Shamanism: Archaic Techniques ... Instead, it means that religious behavior "says through its own language" that the world is as homo religiosus would see it, ... In contrast, nonreligious man lacks sacred models for how history or human behavior should be, so he must decide on his own how ...
1990) The effects of cocaine on multivariate locomotor behavior and defecation. Behav Brain Res 36(1-2):155-159. ... that the Inca maintained a complex ceremonial calendar of annual events, it may be that some of the changes that we can resolve ... There is clear evidence for structured behavior that saw the children being treated differentially from one another. This is ... It is therefore difficult to ascertain drinking behavior from COCE alone. The ratio of COCE to COC (CCOCE/CCOC) in hair should ...
Studies of how tobacco related attitudes and behaviors in youth and adults are influenced by ceremonial tobacco use and other ... These behaviors and lifestyles are known to affect biological cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, ... The high burden of disease will worsen unless behaviors and lifestyles affecting CVD risk can be changed. Prevalence of obesity ... Historically, tobacco has been used in medicinal and healing rituals and in ceremonial and religious practices. It is important ...
Buechner, H.K., Schloeth, R.: Ceremonial mating behavior in Uganda Kob (Adenota kob thomasii). Z. Tierpsych. 22, 209-225 (1965) ... Hall, K.R.L., DeVore, I.: Baboon social behavior. In: Primate behavior. (ed. I. DeVore), pp. 53-110. New York: Holt, Rinehart ... Klingel, H.: Social behavior of African equidae. Zoologica Africana 7, 175-186 (1972)Google Scholar ... Estes, R.D.: The comparative behavior of Grants and Thompsons gazelles. J. Mammal. 48, 189-209 (1967)Google Scholar ...
Customary behavior or dress, or customary service; ceremonial.. *In philosophy, additional look; formal component. ...
"The modern habit of doing ceremonial things unceremoniously is no proof of humility; rather it proves the offenders inability ... 56 Responses to @JamesMartinSJ - the Bible might be wrong in condemning same-sex sexual behavior. * AussieMark. says: ... JamesMartinSJ - the Bible might be wrong in condemning same-sex sexual behavior. Posted on 24 October 2019 by Fr. John ... Interesting: Where the Bible mentions [same-sex sexual] behavior at all, it clearly condemns it. I freely grant that. The ...
I wanted to propose a final combat between them, with ceremonial knives, but was awed into good behavior by the erudition of ... A fight (with ceremonial knives) might have broken out between us, except the wise Minions of the con had disarmed us at the ... Maybe the ceremonial knives will come out when Lovecraft students fight to be first to publish on the topic! ...
Nudity as a ceremonial condition could be a sign of submission or of resignation, or it could be an appeal for forgiveness. One ... MARSHALL, D.S. Sexual behavior on Mangaia. In D.S. Marshall and R.C. Suggs (Eds.), Human sexual behavior. New York: Basic Books ... The second caution is about the term "traditional." Traditional behavior patterns are the early behavior patterns of the ... Suggs (1966, p. 39) considered the early manifestations of infantile and childhood sexual behavior, including sexual behavior ...
... and each other are passed along through stories that not only form the basis of traditional Kwakiutl spiritual and ceremonial ... These characters are associated with the Hamatsa and are responsible for enforcing the laws that govern proper behavior during ... Kwakiutl Ceremonial Life. As with Kwakiutl art and cosmology, Kwakiutl ceremonial life is complex and varies somewhat according ... The Winter ceremonials summon the fearsome and powerful beings of the spirit world, including the most powerful and dreaded of ...
The priests were to model moral behavior within their ceremonial rituals. Moral purity and ritual purity cannot be separated, ... Paul makes a distinction between unchristian behavior and Christian behavior. Hes saying, "Youre not pagans anymore, you are ... Inborn tendencies toward certain behaviors (such as homosexuality) do not make those behaviors moral. Tendencies toward ... Even though the ceremonial law has passed, the moral law remains. The New Testament speaks of the "law of the Spirit" (Rom. 8:2 ...
I was completely unable to stop the bad behavior. That night I remember when I got back to the mat and [then] back to my hut, I ... His mystical ceremonial experiences were crucial to uncovering and healing the deep emotional wounds that were preventing his ... I could never stop the behavior.". I mentioned to Mike that I had come across a quote that said, "Once a person discovers a ... That would manifest into drugs and alcohol and lot of other behavior and all the other things that would come with it. Once I ...
Microenterprise intervention to reduce sexual risk behaviors and increase employment and HIV preventive practices in ... Computers in Human Behavior. 79, p. 238-246 9 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
Ceremonial terms, such as "funeral service", which is a liturgical rite conducted with the deceased human body present. A " ... While some may argue that we have always tolerated certain types of male bad behavior, it seems there has been a cultural shift ...
Carolina Dogs are generally shy and suspicious in nature, but once a dog accepts a human into its pack, those behaviors ... Archaeologists discovered similar canine remains in ceremonial burials in the southeastern forests, denoting their ... Carolina Dogs are generally shy and suspicious in nature, but once a dog accepts a human into its pack, those behaviors ... behavior, and ecology. These free-ranging dogs were named Carolina Dogs by Dr. I. Lehr Brisbin, who initially made contact with ...
Military ethics are ceremonial in the religious sense: they rarify and codify the darkness, implying a comforting order in the ... In our time, much of the debate over what is and is not ethical military behavior has focused on the overarching issue of just ... As a human being, however, our ethical national behavior reminds me of those feudal squabbles in which minor nobles dueled by ... Where is the absolute ethical quality, or even the logic, of this unexamined behavior? Our military and foreign policy ethics ...
... characterized by persistent intrusive thoughts that can only be alleviated by patterns of rigid and ceremonial behavior. ... often involves recurrent monthly episodes of changes in mood and behavior, sometimes accompanied by physiologic changes, such ...
They also note that local awareness of the behavior of the firehawks is ingrained within some of their ceremonial practices, ... While new to Western science, the behaviors of the nighthawks have long been known to the Alawa, MalakMalak, Jawoyn, and other ...
What remains of any type of ceremonial behavior we might have is a merging with whoever is physically present at the time. We ... Even analyzing their behavior will not give us a full understanding of what is occurring. We must begin to know the part of ... This idea can help us explain their beehive like or group behavior, which has been observed by so many witnesses. Zeta, the ... This is also why we put organic implants in humans not to control your behavior, but to absorb the neurochemicals in your ...
  • Anthropological studies of human sexual behavior traditionally are difficult to conduct and to interpret. (hawaii.edu)
  • Interesting: 'Where the Bible mentions [same-sex sexual] behavior at all, it clearly condemns it. (wdtprs.com)
  • Usually this is because so much of any sexual behavior is private and must be understood through reporting by others rather than through direct observation. (hawaii.edu)
  • Sexual behavior between adults and nonadults or between unusual partners is especially difficult to study but an understanding can be facilitated if one looks at such behavior across time, species, and societies. (hawaii.edu)
  • Within the framework just presented, this chapter places human adult/nonadult sexual behavior in Hawai'i in a broader cultural context. (hawaii.edu)
  • No, your contention is that promiscuous sexual behavior is not allowed to be called 'unhealthy' or 'sin' in polite society, but that only means that we're all hypocrites on the topic, because everybody thinks it is. (blogspot.com)
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  • This assumption is partly caused by the fact that painful rituals and ceremonials are widely accepted in Africa, India, and Middle East, and they may reflect overall pain behavior as turning inward, private and personal experience, with stoicism to be nursed from early childhood. (hindawi.com)
  • It provokes a contradictory mess of feelings and behaviors that makes the normative rituals of marriage seem entirely perverse. (publicbooks.org)
  • They also note that local awareness of the behavior of the firehawks is ingrained within some of their ceremonial practices, beliefs, and creation accounts. (yesmagazine.org)
  • 3 Factors that may affect smoking prevalence include sacred tobacco's ceremonial, religious, and medicinal roles in Native culture, which may affect attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors toward commercial tobacco use. (cdc.gov)
  • As my lesbian bestie intimated, and as I have since observed mid-binge, Say Yes to the Dress expertly confines a vast and swirling world of emotional drama to a single ceremonial gown. (publicbooks.org)
  • Married people are less likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors such as drug and alcohol abuse. (probe.org)
  • Ceremonial Behavior" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) . (harvard.edu)
  • Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. (wikipedia.org)
  • This was followed shortly after by the work of the American pragmatic philosophers ( Peirce , James , Dewey ) and the founding of two new disciplines, psychology and anthropology , both of which were oriented toward cataloging and developing explanatory frameworks for the variety of behavior patterns (both individual and collective) that were becoming increasingly obvious to all systematic observers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Her research also has examined cultural influences on ceremonial and commercial tobacco use among American Indian adolescents, smoking prevention among Chinese adolescents, and cultural influences on menthol smoking among African American adults. (aahb.org)
  • Accounts of their interactions with humans and each other are passed along through stories that not only form the basis of traditional Kwakiutl spiritual and ceremonial life and lore, but also connect Kwakiutl families to their ancestral pasts. (mpm.edu)
  • A serious omission in these new fields is that for the most part, the aesthetic experience and art behavior of pre-modern (and ancestral) humans is not part of the discourse, even though these people and societies comprise the vast majority of humans to have practiced art behaviors and to have responded (aesthetically or in other ways) to arts. (fupress.net)
  • Traditional behavior patterns are the early behavior patterns of the Hawai'i described by Captain Cook and others of the late 1700s. (hawaii.edu)
  • CBT is an individualized treatment plan that allow therapists to explore cheap meridia pills patterns of maladaptive substance use to help generate alternative behavior skills. (visual-acuity.com)
  • Cohen observes that there are two major categories of attempts to mitigate drought through religious behavior: the "correction of human misconduct in order to reestablish cosmic harmony" and "prayer and other rain-inducing ceremonial practices. (wildhunt.org)
  • His research and evaluation efforts investigate socio-ecological impacts on health risk behaviors across the life-course, with a specific emphasis on evidence-based programs and practices for older adults (e.g., fall prevention, chronic disease self-management). (aahb.org)
  • Martin, inveterate Jesuit homosexualist activist quotes this Methodist who suggests: "Yes, the Bible condemns same-sex behavior. (wdtprs.com)
  • Research investigating the effects of situations on purchasing behavior suggests that shopping for a gift involves different behaviors than does shopping for a purchase for personal use. (acrwebsite.org)
  • Military ethics are ceremonial in the religious sense: they rarify and codify the darkness, implying a comforting order in the chaos and void. (freerepublic.com)
  • Feasting is one of humanity's most universal and unique social behaviors. (pnas.org)
  • Alexander, R.D.: The evolution of social behavior. (springer.com)
  • on the contrary, he made it a principle that human behavior was a function of the social and economic system in which it occurred. (wikipedia.org)
  • Today I am equally influenced by contemporary Western art and the studio as a place where my art making is a private behavior performed with the intent to engage a larger social environment. (bway.net)
  • Conceptualizations of gift-giving behavior have focused on the dimensions of gift-giving (e.g., givers, gifts, recipients, and gift-giving occasions) and the functions of gift-giving (e.g., communication, social exchange, economic exchange, and socialization) (Belk, 1979). (acrwebsite.org)
  • In explicating the quality of mercy from its philological underpinnings, we seek here to link a non-elitist ethic in a democratic society, an ethic with global assignments and responsibilities and directed to our personal, social, and legislative behavior toward the creaturely world about us. (monm.edu)
  • Her research focuses on the psychological, social, and cultural influences on health-risk and health-protective behaviors, including the role of acculturation and cultural values on adolescent substance use, with the ultimate goal of developing improved prevention programs to reduce health disparities. (aahb.org)
  • Although I welcome the interest of scientists and social scientists in such an important and widespread area of human behavior - art making and appreciation - I find in general that their pronouncements are peculiarly unsatisfying to someone like myself who has been concerned with the arts (of all kinds) in all times and places, including the evolutionary past, and with exploring their universality and probable adaptive value. (fupress.net)
  • While some may argue that we have always tolerated certain types of male bad behavior, it seems there has been a cultural shift in recent years where we actually applaud watching male characters behave like jerks. (thenervousbreakdown.com)
  • The cultural ground rules which dictate director attention, behavior, risk appetite, and decision-making processes are simply more critical to a board's effectiveness because boards are more at work than before. (europeanbusinessreview.com)
  • Psychoanalysis is the technic of discovering the hidden unconscious motive for behavior or conduct which is deleterious to the health and happiness of the individual. (snafu.de)
  • Psychoanalysis deals purely with the unconscious motivation (cause) of human behavior. (snafu.de)
  • Gift-giving presents a special situation within the general realm of consumer behavior which has only recently caught the attention of marketing/consumer researchers. (acrwebsite.org)
  • In my book How Animals Grieve, coming out in April, I detail a host of examples of animal grief and mourning, a few of which relate to this sort of apparently ceremonial context. (npr.org)
  • Brown, J.L.: Territorial behavior and population regulation in birds. (springer.com)
  • Only with the fake owls, though, did the birds carry out mobbing behaviors. (npr.org)
  • Defense Secretary Leon Panetta s testimony asserting that the United Nations and NATO have supreme authority over the actions of the United States military , words which effectively declare Congress a ceremonial relic, have prompted Congressman Walter Jones to introduce a resolution that re-affirms such behavior as an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under the Constitution. (crossroad.to)
  • He was opposed to the constitutional changes of 1848, which transformed the nation into a parliamentary democracy effectively making the monarch's role ceremonial and advisory. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • Dr. Smith's passion to develop, implement, and evaluate evidence-based programs and policies enables him to improve health status through behavioral modification to promote long-term maintenance of healthy behaviors across the life-course. (aahb.org)
  • The role of the sultans - descendants of centuries-old ethnic Malay kingdoms - goes beyond the ceremonial. (reuters.com)
  • The sultan, Sharafuddin Idris Shah, said last month that some politicians had misunderstood his role as only ceremonial. (reuters.com)
  • The kava ceremony, when it functions as part of any ceremonial event, is a highly political affair, with individuals served according to rank. (visual-acuity.com)
  • It is impossible to understand addiction without asking what relief the addict finds, or hopes to find, in the drug or the addictive behavior. (realitysandwich.com)
  • In attempt to prevent high-risk drinking at 21st birthday celebrations in the United States, several public health studies have used birthday cards to try to modify drinking behavior. (wikipedia.org)
  • Food is a way of self-medicating, or providing a release valve for stress," says Linda Crawford, an eating-behavior specialist at Green Mountain at Fox Run, a residential health and weight-management center in Ludlow, Vt. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Iglesias, however, means to use the word "funeral", as she put it to me, "only to the extent that it is an animal paying attention to another dead animal" (though excluding behaviors such as scavenging). (npr.org)
  • While caffeinated drinks can produce these effects, most adjunctive behaviors are not rooted in physical dependence. (baltimoresun.com)
  • A hurt is at the center of all addictive behaviors. (realitysandwich.com)
  • In order to increase the enjoyment of activity A, you add in activity B," says G. Alan Marlatt, director of Addictive Behaviors Research Center, at the University of Washington. (baltimoresun.com)
  • In 1551, Henry XI's father was removed from the government of Legnica by Emperor Charles V. The decision was dictated by the Emperor because of the behavior of Frederick III, who joined the coalition of Protestant rebel princes, and also supported the long-time enemy of the Habsburgs, King Henry II of France. (wikipedia.org)
  • In our time, much of the debate over what is and is not ethical military behavior has focused on the overarching issue of just and unjust wars. (freerepublic.com)
  • Now is the time when language choices and behavior will influence whether the Navajo language lives or dies. (foyles.co.uk)
  • The Dutch people preferred stability and continuity of governance rather than revolution, and shrugged off the king's behavior which at no time endangered the nation's security or its people's quality of life. (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • Today, culture is a more critical determinant of board effectiveness than during the bygone era of ceremonial board service. (europeanbusinessreview.com)
  • An Investigation of Flower Purchasing Behavior ACRoss Situations", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 09, eds. (acrwebsite.org)
  • This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Ceremonial Behavior" by people in Harvard Catalyst Profiles by year, and whether "Ceremonial Behavior" was a major or minor topic of these publication. (harvard.edu)
  • Below are the most recent publications written about "Ceremonial Behavior" by people in Profiles. (harvard.edu)
  • Ties of blood and marriage bound the group into a network of relationships, each with its appropriate behavior pattern. (mpm.edu)
  • Organizations are groups whose members coordinate their behaviors in order to accomplish a shared goal. (coursera.org)
  • Each provides a lens for interpreting novel organizational situations and developing a sense for how individual and group behaviors are organized. (coursera.org)
  • In addition to marriage, ceremonial adoption provided another mechanism for extending kinship. (mpm.edu)
  • Jesus makes us righteous in behavior so we can be with God. (wor.org)
  • I'm acknowledging family, friends, a year of accomplishments, and new beginnings through the same old archaic behaviors. (lifehacker.com)
  • Traditional, precontact, Hawai'i 1 has several characteristics that make it a useful society in which to view such behaviors. (hawaii.edu)
  • These include artistic manifestations, ceremonial behavior, differential treatment of the dead, cemeteries and new burial customs. (pnas.org)
  • In the military sphere, ethics in war allow us to disguise psychologically the requirement to butcher other human beings, masking the blunt killing behind concepts such as just war, higher causes, and approved behaviors. (freerepublic.com)
  • Also important is the strong American tradition whereby some citizens try to legislate against behavior of which they disapprove, exemplified by the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which prohibited use of alcohol. (druglibrary.org)