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cope with something

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brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall

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a long cloak

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Each of these work-related emotional stressors had some impact on the clinical perspective and ability of nurses working in hemodialysis units to cope in the work setting (Hayes & Bonner, 2010).
The present study aims at examine the phenomena of test anxiety among college students and the coping strategies they use to cope with test anxiety (Edelmann and Hardwick, as cited in Baker, 2003).
In many cases, girls and women in STEM curricula may be coming to a counselor as an outreach to cope socially with their major or chosen field.
18) The ability to adapt is decreased in the very young, the very old, and those with altered physical or mental health; who do not have the necessary physiologic reserve to cope with physical changes.
However, 24-year-old Cope stuck at it and won the next three to claim victory as Day joined Mark Selby and Marco Fu in exiting the tournament.
The Glamorgan player carried on in inimitable form in the sixth frame and looked ominous with a break of 55 before Cope, but Day jawed a yellow and eventually Cope drew level at 3-3.
Cope faces a doughty matchplayer in the experienced Joe Perry in his opener.
1997, Anshel & Weinberg, 1996) have indicated that athletes cope differently in response to different sources of stress as a function of culture.
They are then more likely to believe in their own capability to improve and cope effectively (Bandura, 1997).
How a health worker breaks the bad news is an additional, important factor in the patient's ability to cope with it.
We also were interested in the ways that kindergarten teachers cope with recurrent rejection of their offers of help by peer teachers, and whether or not the ways they cope could reduce the adverse effects of recurrent rejection on depersonalization.
This paper presents findings on how breast cancer patients and their partners cope together with the cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Practitioners could benefit from knowing whether offspring of alcoholic parents cope differently so that they could avoid underestimating or overestimating the effect of parental alcoholism on clients.
Andy Cope, of Banks Road, Banks, near Southport, was fined because he left a pensioners' home, in Ainsdale, in a dangerous condition.