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United States writer of caustic wit (1842-1914)

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Centralized offices are excellent for organizational cohesion, but they don't do much in the way of branching out into other communities across the country, Bearse said.
Many of the prominent stressors identified by this survey were consistent with previous literature, whereas the reported use and effectiveness of coping strategies helps improve the current understanding of how professional psychologists manage stress (Bearse et al., 2013; Oteiza, 2010).
(21.) Han Y, Schneck ME, Bearse MA Jr, Barez S, Jacobsen CH, Jewell NP, et al.
Bearse. (6) In Hodges, a lower court's refusal to admit evidence of an elevator's accident-free history was upheld, with the court finding that such evidence was immaterial because it would not rebut evidence of negligent construction and operation and because it would distract the jury with collateral issues.
Miller, Thaine Morris, Clayton Pinney, Dale Brady, Randall William Cook, Entertainment Effects Group, make-up: Ken Diz, Rick Stratton, Dale Brady, Bill Sturgeon, art director: John DeCuir Jr., set decoration: Jerry Adams, music: Brad Fiedel, cast: Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Roddy McDowell, Stephen Geoffreys, Jonathan Stark, Dorothy Fielding, Art Evans, Heidi Sorenson, Robert Corff, Pamela Brown; Lifeforce, United Kingdon, United States 1985, producers: Menahem Golan, Yoram Globus, Michael J.
Koehler and Bearse (1975) first reported lower flavor ratings for eggs produced from hens fed 5% fish meal, as well as a very slight off-flavor in eggs from hens on a 6% menhaden oil diet.
* "Thermoforming of TPO Materials," organized by Ed Bearse, Advanced Plastics Consultants, and Rob Philip, Mytex Polymers.
Previous research conducted with explicitly religious doctoral programs suggests that faculty have more optimistic views of training than students or alumni (McMinn, Bearse, Heyne, & Staley, 2011; McMinn, Hill, & Griffin, 2004).
Recently, McMinn, Bearse, Heyne, Smithberger, and Erb (2011) examined the responses of private psychologists (N = 296) to questions about the ethical implications of technology use, including email, cell phones, and TM.
The growth of demand for paratransit services has been playing a noticeable role for the last twenty years (Bearse et al.
Larry Bearse reported for his new job sailing for Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in 1980, he and his friends saw two ships tied up side by side at the WHOI dock--a large research vessel and the smaller, 177-foot R/V Oceanus.
This appears to be corroborated in empirical studies showing that corruption adversely affects the quality of public services (Bearse, Glomm, and Janeba 2000), decreases their volume (Azfar and Gurgur 2008), and reduces spending in operation and maintenance (Tanzi and Davoodi 1998).
Eric Bearse, a spokesman for The Response who formerly worked as Perry's communications director, told the AFA's American Family Radio that the event would be evangelistic in tone.