CURE


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CUREConsumers United for Rail Equity (activist group)
CURECitizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (Texas)
CURECoalition on Urban Renewal & Education
CURECurecanti National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
CUREConnecticut United for Research Excellence, Inc.
CURECancer Updates Research & Education (magazine)
CURECaucasians United for Reparations and Emancipation
CURECommission for Unity and Racial Equality (Bermuda)
CURECoalition to Uproot Ragging from Education (India)
CURECambridge University Research Exchange
CUREChicago Urban Reconciliation Enterprise
CUREClean Use of Reactor Energy
CURECouncil for Unified Research and Education
CURECitizens to Uphold the Right to Educate
CUREConference Upon Research and Education in World Government
CURECitizens United for Racial Equality
CURECatholics United for Racial Equality
CUREClean Urban River Environments
CUREChemical Unit Record Estimates Database (EPA)
CURECOTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf) Usage Risk Evaluation (SEI/Carnegie Mellon)
CURECanadian Urban Research on the Environment (Canada)
CURECitizens United for Research and Education
CURECommittee to Undo Racism Everywhere
CUREConference for Universal Reason and Ethics
CURECouncil of Urban Rebuilding Enterprises
CUREConstitutionally Unified Republic for Everybody (strict-constructionist group)
CUREChristians United for Responsible Entertainment
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A republic, by which I mean a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, opens a different prospect, and promises the cure for which we are seeking.
He seemed to take a great satisfaction in Valentin's interview with the cure, and yet his conversation did not at all indicate a sanctimonious habit of mind.
Now I am a poor man - many priests have dealt with me - but my son is my son, and if a gift to thy master can cure him - I am at my very wits' end.
Besides, I should have had no peace; and I meant every word I said about my Rest Cure.
Even to Natasha herself it was pleasant to see that so many sacrifices were being made for her sake, and to know that she had to take medicine at certain hours, though she declared that no medicine would cure her and that it was all nonsense.
Ever since I came to Green Gables I've been making mistakes, and each mistake has helped to cure me of some great shortcoming.
The folk in the out beyond do not know how to cure heads," old Ngurn explained, as he drew forth from the filthy matting and placed in Bassett's hands an indubitable white man's head.
Invited by Benassis, who summoned each in turn so as to avoid questions of precedence, the doctor's five guests went into the dining-room; and after the cure, in low and quiet tones, had repeated a Benedicite, they took their places at table.
And therefore our politic Asclepius may be supposed to have exhibited the power of his art only to persons who, being generally of healthy constitution and habits of life, had a definite ailment; such as these he cured by purges and operations, and bade them live as usual, herein consulting the interests of the State; but bodies which disease had penetrated through and through he would not have attempted to cure by gradual processes of evacuation and infusion: he did not want to lengthen out good-for-nothing lives, or to have weak fathers begetting weaker sons;--if a man was not able to live in the ordinary way he had no business to cure him; for such a cure would have been of no use either to himself, or to the State.
In this she so far succeeded, that she began to hope from time and absence a perfect cure.
Chilton knows some doctor somewhere that can cure Pollyanna, he thinks--make her walk, ye know; but he can't tell sure till he SEES her.
I asked, 'Why, how does the wise woman cure screaming fits?