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PREVENTION, civil and French law. The right of a judge to take cognizance of an action over which he has concurrent jurisdiction with another judge.
     2. In Pennsylvania it has been ruled that a justice of the peace cannot take cognizance of a cause which has been previously decided by another justice. 2 Dall. 77; Id. 114.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Because it is defined as "new form of permanent cosmetic that uses the principles of tattooing to place permanent ink under the skin to create the likeness of hair," microblading was not allowed unless conducted by a physician or doctor of osteopathy.
| Plans have been submitted for new micro-pub in Craig-y-Don at the site of former osteopathy premises (inset) the owner of TAPPS (main), which has proved a success in the town centre
Selected skeletal dysplasias: craniomandibular osteopathy, multiple cartilaginous exostoses and hypertrophic osteodystrophy.
Medial tibial stress syndrome due to methotrexate osteopathy. Ann Rheum Dis 2006;65:832-3.
"In my line of work as osteopathy, what I do is purely scientific," he makes clear.
Drawing from Pilates, yoga, physical therapy and others and based on the principles of osteopathy, biomechanics and kinesiology, this holistic approach makes it possible for effective and gentle work to be done on the areas that are the most important for reducing back pain and enhancing good posture for a healthy back.
Osteopathy combined with sports massage therapy often provides an effective holistic treatment of the horse as a whole.
The Health Committee at the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) organized a Lecture on Osteopathy Medicine by Back on the Move Osteopathy presenters Lana Peters and Flaka Bambachi.
Hypertrophic Osteopathy is a condition that affects long bones but is usually secondary to primary thoracic mass involving pulmonary or less commonly the cardiovascular system and occasionally abdominal organs (Manley,1995).
The cautious approach, as recommended by the Boards of Osteopathy and Medicine, was that a physician should not access the CSMP for a particular patient until that patient was on the examining table unless the physician had obtained written consent from the patient.
Barka: To raise awareness on healthy eating habits and the prevention of sports injuries, the German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech) in co-operation with the Finland Osteopathy Clinic, recently conducted a workshop on sports medicine.