salubriousness


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However, since time as process is somehow akin to the salubriousness of extentio, there must be some salve for this suffering of time.
Research and practicing psychologists survey some new techniques being used to address the imprint that trauma leaves on individual salubriousness, documenting the successes to alert practitioners to the options they have to facilitate the resiliency of survivors.
As the ceremony is known to have taken place in an ungerground and crowded chamber, rumbling abdominal and gaseous emissions would hardly have been conducive to the salubriousness of the atmosphere and the solemnity of the occasion.