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The name Valenta (female Valentov√°) is a Czech and Slovak surname and may refer to it: Alvina Valenta believes in ethereal romance, iconic elegance and effortless luxurious glamour. Head of the Department of Immunopathology, Department of Pathophysiology and Allergy Research, Medical University of Vienna, Austria. Treatment of Edible Disorders - Southern California The Valenta ("to make powerful") was founded in 2006 to help people recover from eating-dysfunction. The Valenta Group has broadened its range of activities and expertise: Valenta programmes incorporate the most efficient medicinal and therapeutical therapies available to support the convalescence of psychiatric illnesses and help patients return to a healthier lifestyle with the necessary abilities and know-how to manage, demand and thrive in it.

The most important and in opposition to many other programmes, Valenta's method is not only to eliminate the psychological disease but also to build up and restore wellbeing. In Valenta we have a slogan, Adverto Vitum. This means "turning to life" or "choosing it". In essence, we believe that this desire for vitality is at the heart of each individual's convalescence.

Our goal is to give you the help and resource to strengthen your convalescence as you make this decision and try to heal. In order to make convalescence easier, a bio-psycho-social-spiritual paradigm is best suited to treat the many diseases. The Valenta programme is designed to offer patients the opportunity to recover and heal their bodies, minds, souls and interrelations.

You are invited to check the information on the website and please call our offices so that we can help you or your beloved.

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Paxman Valenta was an motor manufactured by Paxman, Colchester, for the high-speed train and is still used in various shipwrecks such as the Upholder/Victoria series. Paxman Valenta was designed for British Rail in the early 70s with the objective of using both goods and passengers locomotives[1] However, the motor was only used in the two pre-production railcars of classes 41 and 195, which were supplied between 1975 and 1982 for the propulsion of high-speed railcars.

The last two railcars with Valenta engines were in use. On December 22, 2010 they were taken out of circulation for re-powering with Valenta 1972-2010.

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