Cerin


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Ce´rin


n.1.(Chem.) A waxy substance extracted by alcohol or ether from cork; sometimes applied also to the portion of beeswax which is soluble in alcohol.
2.(Min.) A variety of the mineral allanite.
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Ademas, un numero similar de encuestados pueden encontrarse en investigaciones en las que utilizan la encuesta NEWS (por ejemplo, 187 encuestados en Leslie et al (2005); y 124 en Cerin et al (2007).
As retrospective data-collection techniques are open to criticism for a number of methodological reasons (e.g., respondents' ability to accurately and reliably recall information; Cerin, 2003; Feldman Barrett, 1997; Halverson, 1988), and athletic identity is subject to lifespan fluctuations (Houle, Brewer & Kluck, 2010), it may have been an imprecise predictor for some individuals, or it may have been reinfored when it was assessed following a sport practice.
The reader's first significant exposure to the Elves is in the Prologue's final lines, the description of Celeborn's departure from Middle-earth (15-16), and the tinge of sadness to that passage persists throughout the novel, from the observation of Elves "passing westward through the [Shire's] woods in the evening, passing and not returning" (I.2.43), to the poignant beauty of Cerin Amroth in Lothlorien, essentially an island of the Elder Days surrounded by the harshness and cold violence of the present (II.6.349-51), and beyond.
Prior researchers have supported the use of various self-reflective interventions among athletes, including the development of heightened general self-awareness, better self-evaluation skills, and positive performance perceptions (Faull & Cropley, 2009; Hanrahan, Pedro, & Cerin, 2009).
According to Cerin's study [8], software failures have led up to tens of millions of dollars loss in current mainstream cloud systems including Amazon, Windows Azure, Google App, etc.
Reigning supreme in their respective diciplines, Aljon Valencia (Scooter), John Emerson Inguito (Underbone), Glenn Aguilar (Motocross), Gio Rodriguez (Drifting), Michael Cerin (4A"4 Offroad), Rodney Caballero (Classic Cars), Richmon dela Rosa (Grand Touring) and Michael Jordan (Asian Karting Seniors) are also nominated for the top individual plum.
[18] Healy GN, Dunstan DW, Salmon J, Cerin E, Shaw JE, Zimmet PZ, et al.
Finally, thanks to Cerin Lindgrensavage for superb research assistance and to the staff of the William & Mary Law Review for their support and excellent editing.
(6.) Wong BY, Cerin E, Ho SY, Mak KK, Lo WS, Lam TH.
(9.) Fong DY, Ho JWC, Hui BPH, Lee AM, Macfarlane DJ, Leung SSK, Cerin E, Cheng KK.
It is well established that rates of participation in sport are higher among people with higher educational attainment, income and occupational status (e.g., Farrell and Shields, 2002; Cerin and Leslie, 2008) and that the gap in participation between those of higher and lower socio-economic status widens in adulthood, especially young adulthood (Lunn, 2010).