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hoh li stik

  • a  emphasizing the organic or functional relation between parts and the whole

  • And the Commons is just the most holistic example of something that more and more campuses are prioritizing: the new freshman experience.
  • But practitioners of Christian Science as well as other alternative therapies including acupuncture, biofeedback, herbal medicine, holistic medicine and Reiki, a Japanese .
  • Yoga is more holistic; it's interested in the integration of body, breath and mind.
News & Articles


  • Ben Bernanke in Sky News
    Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations, Mr Bernanke said: "We must have a strategy that regulates the financial system as a whole, in a holistic way, not just its individual components."
  • George Casey in Forbes
    On the militia, the Baghdad plan itself is integrated to a holistic, countrywide plan that the multinational corps is developing. And security for Baghdad won't just come from securing the inside of Baghdad,Casey said at a briefing on Monday....
  • Jayanthi Natarajan in Economic Times
    Suggesting that the government takes steps to strengthen the law, Ms Natarajan said that these killings "happens in various permutations in different regions and we believe a holistic view should be taken. In any event this violence cannot be...

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