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Apparently exhausted, the CDA on Wednesday wrote a letter to the NHA asking it to construct the underpasses.
The clinical field is the "focus of convenience" of personal construct psychology, the area in which it was originally developed and has been most extensively applied.
In the governorate of Minya, the Ministry seeks to construct 51,400 new housing units.
In this study, the hybrid system produced cartilage constructs with increased mechanical stability compared to those created by an ink jet printer using gel material alone.
One of the interesting aspects of this study was that researchers measured these constructs over time and not just one point in time; they therefore could examine any change in the constructs (patient experiences) during and after hospitalization.
A motive is a construct of causality, not an event, but can be a useful summarizing term if it has identifiable referents in which case the construct is a convenient shorthand for the events.
The final result of the analysis was that the linkage between the trust and satisfaction constructs was also highly significant (p<0.
the same construct was being tapped by separate measures in each study.
When they approach a constructed construct for the first time they perceive it as a black box.
TV, movies, advertising) that socially construct these experiences.
In addition to these equivalents, the data requirements of 14 CFR Part 45, Identification and Registration Marking, for only aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and propeller blades and hubs are consistent with the data elements required by our UID constructs.
Many great sites are available to help the teacher find, construct, and utilize Treasure Hunts in their classroom (http://www.
Heathorn argues for a significant shift in ideological prescription in the period, as the drive to construct a mass nationalist culture displaced a previous emph asis on moral salvation, self-help, and the ineluctable truths of political economy.
The Convent provides a space that not only ensures temporary survival to all those who find their way there--regardless of race, class, age, or past history--but also validates "ordinary" women and "their small stories" (212) to the extent that collectively they can construct subject positions for themselves that include positions other than that of subjugation.
to contribute in a positive sense to the critical effort to construct a fuller understanding of the poet and playwright, but with a keen awareness that such a project is necessarily ongoing and incomplete" (1).