HWJHistory Workshop Journal
HWJHealthy Weight Journal
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B could work at the same HWJ as A, which he would neither like nor dislike, but works instead at a low wage job (LWJ), which he loves.
A recent P&P article concerned child witches; the spring 2000 edition of HWJ was devoted to psychoanalysis and dreams and began with an editorial by Roper and Daniel Pick emphasising the centrality of the body to the ego.
(4.) Osterhaus ADME, Groen J, Spijkers HEM, Broeders HWJ, UytdeHaag FGCM, de Vries P, et al.
The verb in the title of the ritual, "driving (hwj, lit., 'beating') the calves" is used with a direct object, with only four documents specifying a locality: "in(to) the temple (m hwt-ntr)." In the opinion of Egberts (p.
[6.] Hendrick DJ, Fabbri LM, Hughes JM, Banks DE, Barkman HWJ, Connolly MJ et al.
Dozeman E, van Schaik DJF, van Marwijk HWJ, Stek ML, van Der Horst HE, Beekman ATF.
Set a table as a normal lunch, then you call Lady Kaying to accept the offerings (made of food and water) so that she will extend her blessings (pov hwj pov yawm) over the child.
For several hours, Raphael and I (and the historian Anne Summers, who was then doing a stint as HWJ editor) conducted what amounted to a kind of intellectual therapy session, where every thrust and parry was sheathed in meaning and Raphael, playing the supportive interlocutor, tried to cajole me into recapturing the creative pain he was sure I must have experienced.
hwJ fr And Mel B, 39, in an outfit by Anthony Vaccarello, grinned as she was joined by co-stars Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell at Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester.