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Relations. An Antidote to the Turkish, Sumerian and Other Poison] . Budapest : Tinta . Hosford , Desmond – Wojtkowski , Chong J. (eds) 2010 French Orientalism: Culture, Politics, and the Imagined Other . Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars

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alterations in well-being, in contrast to the several months to years of daily dosage required for traditional anti-depressant and anxiolytic medications ( Dutta, 2012 ). Future Directions Anthropology may provide an antidote to the

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. Dutt , S. : 2008 . Potato food: an antidote to hunger . Indian Horticulture. 53 : 2 . 36. Elekesné Kaminiszky M. – Szőnyegi S. : 2004 . A burgonya

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addiction, but a connectedness with nature should not be simply framed as an antidote. The emerging evidence is that nature connectedness is a key part of a healthy life and planet. However, the present findings showed that a level of smartphone use that

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typically used clinically as an antidote to treat patients poisoned by ARs, subsequent to accidental or intended exposures (i.e., suicide attempts, or poisoning of others [ 3 ]. In this context, a rapid analytical method would be invaluable to confirm a

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typically used clinically as an antidote to treat patients poisoned by ARs, subsequent to accidental or intended exposures (i.e., suicide attempts, or poisoning of others [ 3 ]. In this context, a rapid analytical method would be invaluable to confirm a

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, J.-H. , Seo , M. , & David , P. ( 2015 ). Alleviating depression only to become problematic mobile phone users: Can face-to-face communication be the antidote? Computers in Human Behavior , 51 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2015

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ACH inhibition activity of α-pinene may be one of many neuroprotective synergies. Techniques mitigating the negative effects of drugs were known to the ancients; Pliny recommends pine-nuts, which also contain α-pinene, as an antidote to the effects of

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