willyard

willyard

(ˈwɪləd)
adj
1. untamed, unmanageable or obstinate
2. timid or shy
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She was so upset because he was a kid that she had to go to the doctor and get on anxiety medicine," Willyard said.
At this university (and consistent with nationwide trends; Willyard, 2011), women comprise the preponderance of psychology majors.
Danielle Willyard added seven kills, Marsha Poischbeg had 17 assists and Haley Damian had 16 digs.
In addition, having at least one son and at least one daughter stems from "rational choice" in meeting the needs of old-age care, such as financial support from sons, but hands-on caregiving and emotional support from daughters (Schmid, Brandt, and Haberkern, 2012; Willyard et al.
Apos artigo de Willyard e McClees (1987), o qual introduziu os conceitos de roadmap de produto e tecnologia, o roadmap tecnologico e frequentemente referido e estudado como um metodo de gestao em P&D, desenvolvimento de produtos, e de comunicacao entre diferentes atores (Yasunaga et al.
RELATIONAL NATURE OF CAREGIVING The care of older adults requires the interaction of two or more people, all or some of which may be between older adults and their family members or caregivers (Lingler, Sherwood, Crighton, Song, & Happ, 2008; Miller, Shoemaker, Willyard, & Addison, 2008; Rozario, Kidahashi, & DeRienzis, 2011), between older adults and their family members and health care providers (Judge, Menne, & Whitlatch, 2009; Sudore, Schillinger, Knight, & Fried, 2010; Torke et al.
One way to explore students' perspectives is to ask them directly (Mankin, Boone, Flores, Willyard, & Marvin, 2004).
He's going to need to listen to students like Board of Education student representative Donald Willyard, who reported at the meeting that students at his school had already spent the better part of a week taking a practice test.
Willyard for advice on experimental design, reading an earlier draft of the manuscript, and help in the laboratory.
Tikalsky and Willyard (6) chime in on the health issue, stating "extensive research has yet to establish a link between health risks and EMF.
Jeanne Meister and Karie Willyard, co-authors of The Workplace 2020, lead the discussion, and their viewpoint is clear: "Social networking is here to stay, resisting the groundswell will hurt the business and may carry high talent costs.
Bookshare helps us too by making it possible to discuss these books as a family," writes Willyard.