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dush

(dʌʃ)
n
1. a savage knock or punch
2. the noise such a punch makes
vb
3. (intr) to move fiercely into collision with something
4. (tr) to fiercely or savagely knock (a person or a thing) down
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The oasis unearths a lot of archeological sites, like Temple of Dush, which is dedicated to Isis and Serapis, and Temple of Hibis, which is located in Palm Grove.
Lead author Claire Dush indicates that these highly educated couples where both parents have jobs would be the ones you would expect to have worked out equitable arrangements for sharing housework and child care.
There was time where both of them were doing child care and housework at the same time, but there was also a lot of time where she was doing some kind of work and he was doing leisure," Kamp Dush said.
A better understanding of how the timing of diagnosis affects both mothers and fathers could lead to the development of more family centered approaches to pediatric care (Zvara, Schoppe-Sullivan, & Dush, 2013).
Dush, Rhoades, Sandberg-Thoma, & Schoppe-Sullivan, 2013; Edwards et al.
Sandberg-Thoma and Claire Kamp Dush, assistant professor of human sciences at Ohio State found that the link between casual sex and mental health was the same for both men and women.
Some family scholars have argued that relationship quality closely resembles a dichotomy, where approximately 80% of couples are moderately to highly satisfied, and about 20% of couples have low levels of satisfaction (Beach, Fincham, Amir, & Leonard, 2005; Kamp Dush, Taylor, & Kroeger, 2008).
Filial maturity relates to adult children's capacity to interact with their parents in a reciprocal relationship, perceiving them as people who exist beyond the father/mother-son/daughter relationships, understanding their limitations, personal history and needs for help (Birditt, Fingerman, Lefkowitz, & Dush, 2008; Marcoen, 1995).
As all goes still and quiet and hush, goodnight Grandad God bless dush dush.
He did not have to include the challah-bread or the wine for the Sabbath kid dush blessing, a life affirming ritual far older than the wine itself.