Seidlitz

Seid´litz


a.1.Of or pertaining to Seidlitz, a village in Bohemia.
Seidlitz powders
effervescing salts, consisting of two separate powders, one of which contains forty grains of sodium bicarbonate mixed with two drachms of Rochell salt (tartrate of potassium and sodium) and the other contains thirty-five grains of tartaric acid. The powders are mixed in water, and drunk while effervescing, as a mild cathartic; - so called from the resemblance to the natural water of Seidlitz. Called also Rochelle powders.
Seidlitz water
a natural water from Seidlitz, containing magnesium, sodium, calcium, and potassium sulphates, with calcium carbonate and a little magnesium chloride. It is used as an aperient.
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Here the man proceeded to mend his pen with great deliberation, while another clerk, who was mixing a Seidlitz powder, under cover of the lid of his desk, laughed approvingly.
We understand the cultural importance of this area, and the need to gather additional information about this landscape before holding a lease sale, said BLM New Mexico Acting State Director Aden Seidlitz.
It is worth noting in passing that Dorothea von Jeetze (nee von Seidlitz) was a direct descendant of Lord Seidlitz of Oberpeilau, the founder of Gnadenfrei.
Ash and Huebner 2001; Diener, Sandvik, Seidlitz, and Diener 1993), we hypothesize that perceptions of both individual and family social status will be positively associated with life satisfaction and happiness.
2006; Sanftner, Ryan, & Pierce, 2009; Sanftner, Tantillo, & Seidlitz, 2004; Sormanti & Kayser, 2000; Turner, Kaplan, & Badger, 2006; Turner, Kaplan, Zayas, & Ross, 2002; E.
Joined by Glen Seidlitz, Bozzuto Group Vice President of Finance, and moderator Elizabeth Karl, Alliance Residential Company Regional Vice President, this trio of financial mavens will examine the deal underwriting process and how to reconcile the biases of the major actors.
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Frey and Stutzer's (2002) overview of happiness research notes that different measures of happiness correlate well, self and nonself reports of happiness share a single underlying construct as shown by factor analysis, happiness measures are fairly stable yet sensitive to changes in life circumstances, and people reporting higher levels of happiness smile more often and are less likely to commit suicide (Fordyce 1988; Headey and Wearing 1991; Sandvik, Diener, and Seidlitz 1993; Fernandez-Dols and Ruiz-Belda 1995; Ehrhardt, Saris, and Veenhoven 2000; Koivumaa-Honkanen et al.
These dimensions have been understudied, especially with children, and most studies are carried out with adult samples (Asadullah & Chaudhury, 2012; Clark, Frijters, & Shields, 2008; Cummins, 2000; Diener, Sandvik, Seidlitz, & Diener, 1993; Mayer & Frantz, 2004; Obst & White, 2004; Rojas, 2011).
Friday's official peak attendance of 65,922 was within the population cap of 68,000 the federal Bureau of Land Management imposed on the quirky art and music festival 110 miles north of Reno, said Gene Seidlitz, manager of the agency's Winnemucca District.
But see Ed Sandvik, Ed Diener, & Larry Seidlitz, Subjective Well-Being: The Convergence and Stability of Self-Report and Non-Self-Report Measures, in Ed Deiner (ed.