Children who use hand gesturing while learning math develop a better understanding of the problems they are taught, according to new research, which focused on whether abstract gesturing can...
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- A charm or amulet.
- Among the primitive Christians, etc., a case in which were inclosed relics of the saints.
- In Jewish antiquity, an amulet consisting of a strip or strips of parchment inscribed with certain texts from the Old Testament, and inclosed within a small leather case, which was fastened with straps on the forehead just above and between the eyes, or on the left arm near the region of the heart.
- Aldous Huxley (1894 - 1963)