Millionaire Mark Raynor's family keep trying to find him a wife, so he invents a fiancee in order to keep them quiet. But when he pays them a visit, he finds that his "fiancee" is already there. He wants to expose her for the fraud she is, but that will mean coming clean about his lie. And Mark isn't ready to do that just yet. For Anna, finding herself welcomed by Mark's family is comforting, because she has lost her memory following a car crash near their house. But Mark doesn't seem pleased to see her and she is tempted to leave. Except that she is overwhelmingly attracted to him. And he to her . . ."
Which developments can be expected to take place in the dental health of the Dutch population in the decades to come, and what are the influential factors? What effects might the changing supply of dental professionals, the additional substitution of responsibilities from dentists to dental hygienists and the possible reforms in health care insurance have on the nation's oral status? These are some of the central questions discussed in this report by the Scenario Committee and the research group. For this purpose, the Committee developed a computer simulation model of dental health care which was used to analyze future scenarios.
Dr. Robert Keith Wallace is internationally recognized as a pioneer researcher in the study of consciousness and the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique. He worked closely for over 40 years with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation program, who offered this remarkable technology as a new approach to solving the age-old problems of the individual and society. In this book, Dr. Wallace provides an easy to understand and comprehensive survey of research on the Transcendental Meditation technique in terms of his personal experience as a scientist and teacher.
" 'His Excellency will see you now.' The voice startled me, so intent was I on trying to hear any sound from the outside world. Even artillery fire would be muffled where we were, I decided. This was my first visit to a dictator's bunker. Looking around when we first arrived, I was surprised to find it decorated with comfortable overstuffed chairs and plush carpeting. One hardly noticed that the curtains had no windows behind them, not even slits. 'If you'll step this way, ' the guard murmured. I trailed behind the small group that rose to follow him. We were a delegation of three American scientists visiting Central America on a peace mission. We had come to Nicaragua in response to a plea that had appeared in the press from the citizens of a town devastated by the violence of a brutal civil war. The people were calling for any national or international agency to bring relief: 'Anyone who can help, please help.'..."