Ambrose Bierce

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Noun1.Ambrose Bierce - United States writer of caustic wit (1842-1914)
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Early detection of this disease saves lives, said Jamie Bearse, CEO and President of ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer.
Jamie Bearse, executive director of ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer, estimated that about half of employees work remotely.
All of this from a brief visit to a community with so much potential, go see for yourself--and don't miss the treats at The Bearse Bakery on Washington Street.
overplayed their hand, turned voters off and experienced significant losses in the March primaries," said GOP consultant Eric Bearse, who helped Davis and three other candidates win amid an onslaught from Empower and other critics.
With this critical data; we're able to put men battling prostate cancer on the best individualized treatment pathway; getting them back to life with their families." - Jamie Bearse, President & CEO, ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer.
At the same time as the coffee study came out, a 100-year-old woman from Bangor, Maine, Florence Bearse claimed the secret of her longevity was wine.
Anxiety, depression, grief processing, trauma, and performance fears are many of the common stressors that challenge the practitioners' ability to work (Bearse et al., 2013).
Harrison WW, Bearse MA Jr., Ng JS, Jewell NP, Barez S, Burger D, et al.
No obstante, alcanzar una produccion y consumo sustentable ha sido mas dificil de lo esperado debido a tres factores: a) permanencia de un modelo capitalista de consumo basado en el consumo desmedido de productos, con ciclos de vida cortos (London, 1932), insumos de rapida obsolescencia (Stevens, 1954) y materias primas poco reciclables (McDonough y Braungart, 2002); b) dificultad de aplicar normativas y regulaciones ambientales globales, debido a la desigualdad socioeconomica entre paises ricos y pobres (Sandstrom et al., 2006); y c) perdida de competitividad de productos sustentables, debido al alto precio de venta y desconfianza de nuevos materiales (Bearse et al., 2010).
Previous research has demonstrated that alumni and faculty perceptions of training tend to be somewhat more favorable than student perceptions (McMinn, Bearse, Heyne, & Staley, 2011; McMinn, Hill, & Griffin, 2004; Vogel et al., 2013).