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Microsoft helping to enhance healthcare in Latin America
Developed by Microsoft partner Innana and powered by Microsoft Azure, the system is connecting health organisations across Colombia, enabling them to share patient information and expertise. “Health iCloud enables health professionals from around the ...
Novas parcerias ampliam alcance de Outros Quinhentos
Talvez seja possível financiar o jornalismo de profundidade proponto, ao mesmo tempo, relações sociais inovadoras. No esforço para obter os recursos necessários para manter e ampliar seu trabalho editorial em 2016, Outras Palavras acaba de fechar ...
The ancient story of goddess Lakshmi—bestower of power, wealth and sovereignty
The practice of personifying the beauty and bounty of earth as a goddess was prevalent in all ancient cultures. The Greeks had Core, the corn-goddess, who was known to Romans as Demeter. The Egyptians had Isis, Sumerians had Innana, Babylonians had ...
The Way of the Rose
Before Isis, they were sacred to Innana. There is a long history of associating roses with mother goddesses and goddesses of love and fertility. In pre-Christian culture Roses were a way of honoring the union of body and soul.
Why Is The Hashtag #Goddess Banned On Instagram?
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