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Google previewCommunity Health Nursing (2003)

Caring in Action by Janice E. Hitchcock, Phyllis E. Schubert, Sue A. Thomas

The AONE is an association dedicated to advancing the practice of nurses who facilitate, design, and manage care. The organization focuses on resources that promote education, advocacy, research, information sharing, networking, and career advancement opportunities. Since 1994, the AONE has strengthened its linkages between the national organization and the Organization of Nurse Executives (ONE) at the state and local levels. It strengthened its linkages because the AONE ...

Google previewThe Routledge Encyclopedia of the Historical Jesus (2014)

by Craig A. Evans

aOne. who is stronger«, namely Jesus, whosebaptism with fire isclearly associated with the firein thelatter-day judgement (see Judgement), wherethe chaffissaid tobe burned withaunquenchable fire«. In Q3:16¥17we aretherefore dealing with an apocalyptic anddualistic future expectation, in which the wickedwill be punished and therighteous will berewarded and inwhich the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microcomputers (1993)

Volume 12 - Multistrategy Learning to Operations Research: Microcomputer Applications by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

-/ainute Other achwaa aata aase: real tiae quotes Yes None Yes Yes $aa aone Free ainiaua aalance: apecialized software apecialized software aonthly ...

Google previewLanguage and the Lexicon (2016)

An Introduction by David Singleton

aone. or the other« relation. In the case of complementarity not only does the assertion of one lexical item in a complementary pair (such as alive and dead) imply the denial of the other but the denial of the one implies the assertion of the other. Thus Nessie is alive entails Nessie is not dead, and Nessie is not dead entails Nessie is alive. Some further examples follow. Pass, fail Janet passed the exam. Janet failed the exam. Janet did not pass the exam. Janet did not fail the exam.

Google previewEncyclopedia of International Relations and Global Politics (2013)

by Martin Griffiths

aone. dollarone vote« principleinthe Fund«s voting system. This has tilted power excessively towardcreditor countries and reduced the voice of smaller countries within theIMF.Thedemocratic deficit also stemsfrom biasesin the calculation of economic strengththathave caused the IMFto neglect thestrength of emerging marketeconomies. Although developing countries asagrouphave achieved the fastest expansion oftrade and now account for one-thirdofworld trade (upfrom one quarter ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Feminist Theories (2002)

by Lorraine Code

aOne. is notborn,but rather becomes, a woman « (267) inher1949 treatiseTheSecond Sex. However, it is important to notethat Beauvoir herself didnot use the terms. asex«. and. agender«. In the French language, gender translates as genre, a grammatical term, whereas sexe can mean sex, gender, or sexuality. Beauvoir, who.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition (2011)

Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age by Theresa Enos

aone. must act« and out of a feeling ofresponsibility to the larger communityin whichthey live ̄(150). Categories. and. Contextuality. An exploration of contextuality in the theory and practice of rhetoric,both in the pastandthe present, persistently undermines the kind of categories that have alwaysbeen usedtomake rhetoric manageable conceptually and pedagogically. A recognition ofthe inherent contextuality of discourseand knowledge persistently undermines theautonomy ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy (2002)

by Dr Brian Carr, Brian Carr, Indira Mahalingam

aOne. whois ignorantof a thing isnotlike one who knows«¦a thought thatwillbe echoedin thenext century intheQur«ān (39.9).2 From the beginnings of recorded thoughtin Arabic,the idea of knowledgeis practical, moral¦not excluding the speculative, but not confined to it. The root idea, perhaps, isthatof knowingthe way.But whenGreek philosophy, medicine and otherforeign sciencesenter the worldof Arabic learning,they are assigned theword ...

Google previewDictionary of Symbols (2006)

by J. C. Cirlot

aone. must know how to die in order to live againineternity«. It occurs withthis particular symbolic meaning(thatis, the soul and immortality) inChristian art, especially the Romanesque (20). Acanthus The acanthus leaf,a very common ornamental motif in architecture, was, during the Middle Ages, invested with a definite symbolism derived from its two essential ...

Google previewDictionary of Forensic Psychology (2013)

by Graham Towl, David P. Farrington, David Crighton, Gareth Hughes

aone. size fits all« approach to treatment, whichremains commonplace. Assessmentand interventions, therefore, should followthe principles of risk, need and responsivityin order adequately to differentiate between individuals onkeydimensions and toenable the psychologist to ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine (2013)

by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter

aOne. world« should mean not merely toeliminate the need for border quarantine , butto endow each country with the resources and strategiesto achieve maximum health forall its people. Atthis stage inworld history, national sovereignty is still respected. Withinthis reality,the goalof world health means thatall the people ofevery country willhave equalopportunity to attain ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Death and Dying (2003)

by Glennys Howarth, Oliver Leaman

aone. must die in order that another can be born« or vice versa. Similarly, adult children maycome tobelieve that they willnotlive beyonda certain age because that wasthe ageat which a parent, grandparent or other significant relativedied. Family members will also grieve differently for the same person because of such things as perceived closeness, shared experiences, family position andtime spentwith himorher. As divorce rates rise andbirth rates fall, the family unit ...

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