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Noun1.Homel - industrial city of Belarus to the southeast of Minsk
Belarus, Belorussia, Byelarus, Byelorussia, Republic of Belarus, White Russia - a landlocked republic in eastern Europe; formerly a European soviet
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the service(s) will be city wide and provide accommodation and support for young people aged 16-25 who are homel.
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During the first initial moments after child birth the attachment feelings developed for parents are source of self-perpetuating mental structure that effect the manner in which individuals pursue, expect, and understand succeeding relations (Shochet, Smyth, and Homel, 2007).
and KPS scores have been shown to be a good predictor of mortality (McClellan, Birkeli & Tuttle, 1991; Ifudu, Homel & Friedman 1998) as well as correlating highly with patient-reported measures of physical function (Moreno, Sanz-Guajardo, Lopez-Gomez, Jofre & Valderrabano, 2000; Arogundade, Daba & Barsoum, 2004).
social cohesion, school involvement) to buffer the effect of these and other risk factors related to antisocial behaviour (Fagan, Wright, & Pinchevsky, 2014; Wickes, Hipp, Sargeant, & Homel, 2013).
Many more parent-organized expeditions with exasperated children can be found in the ever-enjoyable Travels with my Family series by Marie-Louise Gay and David Homel.
Research in America has indicated that intensive early intervention during the elementary years is effective and stimulates development at both the cognitive and noncognitive levels (Manning, Homel & Smith, 2010; Nores & Barnett, 2010).
Mary Risley, whose groupFood Runners in San Franciscodistributes leftover officefood to the city's homel Image Credit: Agency Image Credit: Supplied By Katie Benner, New York Times News Service
Studies on oligoanalgesia (inadequate pain management) have been ongoing, suggesting that patients receive inadequate pain medication in the emergency department despite efforts to improve pain management (Motov & Khan, 2009; Rupp & Delaney, 2003; Todd, Cowan, Kelly, & Homel, 2010; Weng, Chang, & Lin, 2010).
Many family educators have designed programs that reflect the languages (Collier & Auerbach, 2011; Elias, Hay, Homel, Freiburg, Prothero, & Ernst, 2006; Machado-Casas, Sanchez, & Ek, 2014; Wessels, 2014), cultures (McNair, 2011; Soto Huerta & Riojas-Cortez, 2011) and everyday literacy practices (Ceprano & Bontempo, 2009/2010; Purcell-Gates, Lenters, McTavish, & Anderson, 2014) of their participants.