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Noun1.Homel - industrial city of Belarus to the southeast of Minsk
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Syntax was also found to be relevant in a study by Hay, Elias, Homel, Freiberg, Ernst and Jensen (2003) who found that 44% of the children, in a disadvantaged multicultural community with a substantial Indigenous population, had language development delays and 38% had a delay in receptive vocabulary.
html; Gene Howard Homel, "Denison's Law: Criminal Justice and the Police Court in Toronto, 1877-1921," Ontario History 73 (1980), 171-86.
Naomi Homel from Maternity Choices Australia, also at the meeting that outlined the services to be available at the hospital, is concerned that women without private health insurance will be treated differently.
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Helliwell, "Hoiv's Life at Homel New Evidence on Marriage and the Set Point for Happiness," NBER Working Paper No.
Halle Homel is a high school student in Los Angeles, California.
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In addition, inadequate language development is also related to problems with academic skills, specifically reading, comprehension, and spelling (Hay, Elias, Fielding-Bamsley, Homel, & Freiberg, 2007).
In the psychological aspect, parental attachment was related to self-esteem and social support (Park, 2009), anxiety and interpersonal sensitivity (Kenny & Perez, 1996), depressive symptoms (Frey, Beesley, & Miller, 2006; Kenny & Perez, 1996; Kenny & Sirin, 2006; Liu, 2008; Park 2009; Shochet, Homel, Cock-shaw, & Montgomery, 2008), peer attachment and emotional loneliness (Bogaerts, Vanheule, & Desmet, 2006), parental trauma and sense of coherence (Han, 2005), self-worth (Kenny & Sirin, 2006), relational health and psychological distress (Frey, Beesley, & Miller, 2006), and social functioning (Liu, 2008).
written by Marie-Louise Gay and David Homel illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay (Groundwood Books, 2006)