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someone who uses profanity

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someone who takes a solemn oath

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Swearer wrote in an email that they felt the speedway was not required to obtain adequate special permits at the local level.
Peer victimization was measured using the Bully Youth Survey- Student Version (BYS-S; Swearer, 2001).
When you live with an illness with any kind of disabling symptom, you can easily find yourself in a situation where someone else is taking advantage of your sense of vulnerability," says Susan Swearer, MS, PhD, associate professor of psychology at the University of Nebraska.
Yi-Zhong Li, Nerve Adam, Jean-Christophe Castaing, dud Dayne Swearer Rhodia, Inc.
In a review of the extant literature to determine the efficacy of CBI for treating depression in children, Magg and Swearer (2005) found that the interventions showed positive results across each of the studies examined.
read that tried to provide a comprehensive picture of Central Thai religion, it was the first that made sense in relation to what I was seeing on the ground in Central Thailand (in similar ways to the work of Donald Swearer on Northern Thailand and Charles Keyes on Northeastern Thailand).
In BBC1's 1998 football fly-on-the-wall Premier Passions, the then Sunderland manager Peter Reid proved himself to be a natural-born performer and a natural-born swearer in a series full of colour and *** bad language.
How can the swearer both keep his oath and avoid being an accomplice in murder?
La investigacion llevada a cabo durante todos estos anos, no deja dudas sobre el impacto que el acoso escolar tiene a en las victimas (Espelage y Swearer, 2004).
According to the lead author Susan Swearer, professor of school psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the findings highlight the complexity of bullying's nature and the challenges in addressing the problem.
Dawn said: "I'm a notoriously rampant swearer and enjoy expletives enormously.
Dawn admitted: "I'm a notoriously rampant swearer and enjoy expletives enormously.
sending mean texts, online harassment; Smith, Madsen, & Moody, 1999; Dooley, Pyzalski, & Cross, 2009)--involve a majority of youth--in the roles of the bully, the victim, and/or the bystander (Espelage & Swearer, 2003).
Swearer, Becoming the Buddha: The Ritual of Image Consecration in Thailand, Princeton, 2004.
In recent years, bullying has become recognized as an important educational problem (Carney, 2008; Swearer, Espelage, Vaillancourt, & Hymel, 2010).