Approacher

Ap`proach´er


n.1.One who approaches.
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Their contours have a socially determined variability and are defined according to "[s]uch factors as local population density, purpose of the approacher, fixed seating equipment, character of the social occasion, and so forth.
a procedure that renders the approacher himself "numinous", frees him from his "profane" being, and fits him for intercourse with the numen.
As soon as the actor is generating ideas that the approacher
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Fein and Vossekuil found that "fewer than haft of American assassins, attackers, and near-lethal approachers since 1949 who chose public officials or figures as their primary targets exhibited symptoms of mental illness at the time of their attacks or near-lethal approaches.
05 could not be classified as either approachers or avoiders and, therefore, were eliminated from further analysis.
Clough, Brady, Kevin Keegan and Liverpool's original approachers - Tom Saunders and Steve Heighway - will understand his nerves.
Thus, approachers are more likely than avoiders to make threat appraisals and become upset as a result following intense acute stress.