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renga

(ˈrɛŋɡə)
n
a form of collaborative poetry originating in Japan
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She met her second wife, Judith Kasen, at the LGBT Community Center in the West Village, decades later.
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To examine the impact of poor family management practices among a known sample of parents with a history of antisocial parental behaviors, Jeffrey Johnson, Elizabeth Smailes, Patricia Cohen, Stephanie Kasen, and Judith Brook, conducted a study of parental behaviors.
After I made that prediction, a lot of people tried to look for that signature," Kasen says.
Chen H, Pine DS, Ernst M, Gorodetsky E, Kasen S, Gordon K, et al.
Kurd Hozen Kasen said: "He is not just a Kurdish hero but a humanitarian hero and will go down in history as such.
However, the literature suggests that the emerging adult phase of development allows young adults to delay taking on adult roles when they postpone marriage and parenthood (Arnett, 1998 & 2000; Cohen, Kasen, Chen, Hartmark, & Gordon, 2003).
Deputy governor of Naryn region Kasen Asizov, acting mayor Almaz Suranov and others partook.
60 percent) in a November runoff for the Group 27 seat, eliminating Jonathan Kasen (23.
Furthermore, several studies have demonstrated that in addition to mood disorders there are numerous adversities early in life such as interpersonal difficulties, socioeconomic difficulties, and maltreatment during childhood that can act as risk factors for suicide and suicidal behavior (Johnson, Cohen, Gould, Kasen, Brown, & Brook, 2002).
Co-author Daniel Kasen from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab created models of the supernova that explained the data as the explosion of a star only a few times the size of the sun and rich in carbon and oxygen.
As two neutron stars spiraled in for their final approach, they would cover about 50 kilometers every millisecond, says Daniel Kasen (University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory).