resurgence


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a continuing after interruption

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As a result of the possible resurgence of undesired behaviors in applied settings, researchers have begun to investigate techniques for minimizing the resurgence of unwanted behavior and increasing the persistence of desired behavior.
McCarthy, Partner of Aurora Resurgence, said, "We would like to thank all of the parties and key constituents who helped us execute this complex transaction.
The study also categorized malaria resurgence according to whether it was related to increased intensity of malaria transmission due to population movement or weather changes, as well as technical obstacles such as drug and insecticide resistance.
Dr Waters said: "I am interested in why there has been a resurgence of interest in vampires in film, TV and literature.
The resurgence of the persecuted and long-captive Orthodox Church is recognised, with an implied comparison between the patronage from Russia's new political leaders and the attitude of Charles Maurras to French Catholicism.
Maritime Resurgence and partners Earthcore believe the wreck they have unearthed is that of a galleon which sank off Anglesey while taking help from the King of France to Bonnie Prince Charlie after his defeat at the Battle of Culloden.
What we are seeing is in effect a resurgence of a type of slave trade, yet we have no good information on the scale of the problem, enforcement is patchy, prosecution rates are low and there is little protection.
Resurgence is said to occur when a previously learned response recurs following a hiatus from that response, during which time some other response first is reinforced and thereafter extinguished.
The documents associated with the conservative resurgence in the SBC make this a valuable collection for understanding the development of both the conservative and moderate views.
GORDON Brown yesterday pledged not to let his political resurgence tempt him into an early election.
New York stocks fell back Wednesday after a strong rebound the previous day, pulled down by a resurgence of oil prices and selling in the final hour of trading.
BFFF have applauded the excellent new ranges of frozen foods from all of the major multiples and the remarkable resurgence of Iceland under its new management.
Allen also looks at the politics surrounding vaccination programs, such as the rising costs of vaccines, the resurgence of childhood diseases such as measles, the potential link between vaccines and autism, and the reluctance of some parents to have their children vaccinated.
Caption: The theme for the Young Mortgage Bankers Association (YMBA) October luncheon was "From Boutique to Behemoth: The Resurgence of the Hotel Sector in NYC" and featured Richard Born of BD Hotels, Elif Bali, of Loews Hotels and Joseph Vassallo of Credit Suisse in a lively panel discussion.