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a writer who composes rhymes

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A causal chain is observed in the TRA with beliefs, attitudes, and intentions, and in the TPB with beliefs, attitudes, perceived behavioral control, and intentions which then drive behavior (Glanz, Rimer, & Lewis 2002).
In 1981, Javits was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease, and died in 1986 (Rimer, 1986).
"The mobile security market will one day be bigger than computers," Neil Rimer, co-founder of Geneva-based fund Index Ventures, said at the Reuters Global Technology Summit.
The company also announced that Neil Rimer, co-founder and partner at Index Ventures; and Anil Dash, a blogger, entrepreneur and long-time advisor to Stack Exchange; have joined its board of directors.
The company operates quarries or distribution centers in or near the following Ohio communities: Akron, Bellaire, Bryan, Buckland, Bucyrus, Canton, Carey, Cleveland, Columbus (Delaware), Columbus (Lockbourne), Coshocton, Delphos, Edgerton, Findlay, Lima, Magnolia, Marion, Massillon, New Philadelphia, Ostrander, Radnor, Rimer, Upper Sandusky, Vanlue, and Wooster; as well as distribution centers in Erie, Pa., and Pittsburgh.
Mehra Rimer is a translator at Search for Common Ground.
"We are certainly disappointed with the panel's decision in the Zarecor case and are evaluating the possibility of an appeal," said Morgan Keegan spokeswoman Gail Rimer.
Rimer (literature, University of Pittsburgh, emeritus) explains the background to the essays, detailing the cultural discontinuity faced by the Japanese people after the war.
For over a decade, Darrell Thomas and Ruby Rimer have served on the board representing Indiana and Ohio, respectively.
Lois Rimer Manning wartime 1st lieutenant and combat nurse, 67th Evacuation Hospital, Annandale, New Jersey
Barbara Rimer, who was 15 when she wrote, penned: "I promise you that I will give body and soul to perpetuate the very ideals President Kennedy lived for." (ANI)
Dismissing easyJet's appeal , Lord Justice Dyson, sitting with Lord Justice Maurice Kay and Lord Justice Rimer, said: "Standing back from the considerable detail that this case has generated, I cannot accept that the airlines in general (or easyJet in particular) have been unfairly treated by the CAA."
Mehra Rimer is a Geneva-based translator born in Iran.
In more colloquial terms, Rimer was 'bitten by the bug' and she has not looked back.