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characterized by repetition

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characterized by repetition

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Trust-building strategies for the nurse leader include repetitiously setting expectations then delivering results that meet or exceed those expectations.
Meanwhile, more work is needed to obtain the specific enterprise's historical data to test the validity of C&M-CVPM and compare repetitiously with Chan's model.
How does creative collaboration occur in an industry that is often portrayed as an image factory, with countless drones slaving repetitiously over their little allotment of cells?
As an anthology, however, certain key ideas, theories, and aspects of Arsenault's performance and work surface repetitiously. For instance, Haraway's "A Cyborg Manifesto" (a fitting and necessary theoretical framework to be applied to Arsenault) is introduced in Halferty's essay and reappears later in Alistair Newton's essay.
The first of these concerns the manner in which personal history finds expression as repetition-compulsivity: 'the complex way in which the present realities that captivate us reflect and refract past experiences repetitiously' (p.
The records repetitiously mention guns and revolvers, but never sabers or bolos."
What many individuals do not understand is that, by reliving their experiences repetitiously, the mind tricks the body into believing the experience is real.
part of a series of films that repetitiously engage with the tumultuous
poem, much in the same way as Christian faith is professed repetitiously
The best summer reading so far, however, has been the informative, but repetitiously titled report, "Investment Innovation: Raising the Bar" by Professor Amin Rajan and his team at CREATE-Research.
Whether it's the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, The Children's Health Insurance Program, child care, child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, housing or immigration, each human service field has its own information silo that requires families to independently and repetitiously supply the same information.
"Hunters hunt repetitiously They'll greet the geese at the same time and use the same frequency and tone.
Martin Ruhe's widescreen images, which include the exquisite (especially during nighttime chase scenes) and the repetitiously picturesque (ultralong shots of Jack's car on the hilly Italian roads, which closely resemble car commercials).
McEwan repetitiously harps on Beard's gluttonous habits and growing waistline, his sexual promiscuity and his opportunistic efforts to cash in on global warming." MICHIKO KAKUTANI
This process also involves De'ath repetitiously watching, scrutinizing, and quantifying Bostock's body.