overhold

overhold

(ˌəʊvəˈhəʊld)
vb (tr)
1. to value too highly
2. to oppress
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Summary of Articles Included in the Systematic Review Level of Evidence (Melnyk & Fineout- Overhold, Author/Year Design/Sample 2005) Conclusion Summary of Research Studies Bultas (2012) Interpretive VI Mothers described the phenomenological child's behavior qualitative.
Judy Overhold was B Division winner, Gary Ryan topped out in A, and Mark Shepherd earned the Scratch Division title.
Basically, three types of women inhabit this novel: the saintly and unobtainable Mattie Chatham, the shrewish Cecelia Overhold, and the earthy and acquiescent Clydie Greatlow.
Overhold, "Thailand: A Moving Equilibrium", Pacific Review 1, 1 (1988): 7-23.
Overhold observes that the relative autonomy of Thai institutions has impeded the centralizing control exercised by Marcos and evident in Indonesia's Golkar.
Overhold summarizes the results from several studies and identifies the primary motivations for surrogates as being altruism, a need to feel good about themselves or make a special contribution to society; guilt over past abortions; personal experiences as adoptive children; and the need to reenact their own childhood abandonment (1988).
However, research by Overhold (1988) suggests that some surrogate mothers are motivated almost solely by the desire to make an altruistic gesture.