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In this study, restrainers (handcuffs and shackles) were used for agitated patients only on the first day, and it was associated with 100% delirium, which is statistically significant (Table 2).
High restrainers did not remember more food cues after food-related thought suppression than did low restrainers.
It can be speculated that lack of group coordination was caused by lack of effective communication among restrainers.
Among his topics are the balanced nucleation and growth model, diffusion-controlled nucleation, supersizing with ripeners and nanosizing with restrainers (one pill makes you bigger.
These are natural forums to discuss fears, concerns, opportunities and restrainers and keep these conversations going so that all members can have their fingers on the pulse of what is going on.
Restrained eating is a widespread problem with approximately 25% of college women describing themselves as restrainers (Rand & Kuldau, 1991).
Although it was thought likely that the pilot had not explicitly been made aware that the mast nut had been removed, both the mast nut and droop restrainers can be seen not only from the cockpit roof, but also from the ground.
After the lethal injection, the 36-year-old struggled with his wrist restrainers in a last bid to give her the finger as he lay in the death chamber in Huntsville,Texas.
Right-wingers termed these fiscal restrainers "Dime Store Democrats," by which they meant that those who favored balanced budgets did so for unprincipled reasons--they'd spend a dime to the Democrats' dollar without challenging the underlying reason for the program.
Why should we be restrainers if the final battle is the purpose of historical development?
The first part of the paper addresses fiscal policy rules by analyzing their political appeal as restrainers, symbols, partisan weapons, and ideological statements.
The purpose of the closures is for work including installation of cable and pipe restrainers, spokeswoman Judy Reynolds said.
and the restrainers of the children of men were not able to restrain it, nor the arts of those whose business it is to restrain waters; For it spread over the face of all the earth, and it filled everything; Then all the thirsty upon the earth drank, and the thirst was relieved and quenched (Ode VI: 5-11).
That structure, which collapsed in a 1980 earthquake, was fitted with earthquake restrainers.
Industry Overview II-1 Snowmobile Market - A Bird's Eye View II-1 Cyclical Growth Patterns II-2 Market Drivers for Industry Growth II-2 Market Restrainers II-3 Current and Future Analysis II-3 Unit Analysis II-3