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premove

(priːˈmuːv)
vb (tr)
to prompt to action
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Additionally, they asked which of three hypotheses might be a reason for the change in mental health: The adaption hypothesis, in that an initial peak following the move to green areas is not sustained and returns to premove levels; the sensitisation hypothesis, in that mental health benefits will not be apparent initially as benefits take longer to occur; and the shifting baseline hypothesis, in that the impact on mental health may be immediate and sustained.
The authors propose the premove decline observed in the group moving to less green areas could be due to anticipation of moving to the area, which may have negatively impacted upon mental health or alternatively, declines in mental wellbeing may have precipitated the move itself.
Reference group: Event count OR P value (95% CI) control Control 159 1 (Ref.) Case 213 1.63# 0.000# 1.24# 2.13# Premove control 65 1 (Ref.) Premove case 92 1.53# 0.018# 1.08# 2.17# Move-window case 144 2.76# 0.000# 1.98# 3.84# Postmove control 103 1.76# 0.001# 1.25# 2.49# Notes: OR: indicates odds ratio from a conditional logistic or Multinomial regression, and OR values greater than 1.00 indicate that cardiovascular events were disproportionately occurring before or during the 6-month time window when a residential relocation was reported to have occurred; CI: indicates confidence interval; bold face: is used to indicate statistical significance (P < 0.05).
Since local personal property processing offices will continue to provide premove counseling services and inspect shipments to verify quality customer service, the consolidation is expected to be transparent to military members and families.
Stroh (1990) reported premove adjustment (i.e., adjustment to life before international relocation) to be the best predictor of adjustment overseas.
Any request can also be removed following pREMOVE path.
During the premove information-gathering process, music users called for better browsing capabilities, so together, the music library services coordinator and technical services coordinator devised a new alphanumeric classification system for the collection with a four to five letter code (OPERA, JAZZ, BAND, STRNG, etc.) and a five digit accession number allowing expansion to 99,999 items in any given classification.
Indeed, if one looks at the Cleveland Browns history on the NFL.com website, the records and accomplishments of the premove Browns are chronicled with those of the new incarnation of the Browns, albeit with a three-year gap.
The interval between our gathering the first premove resident data and the final postmove data was roughly two years.
Premove data suggested that staff had been attempting to compensate for the OCHC's poor physical environment by transporting the 30 or more residents in their units to the relatively distant common areas and outdoor spaces, and had been dealing with behavioral problems caused by the inadequacy of those spaces, thus increasing their burden.
Another good premove is to brush up on research techniques.
Costs of premove househunting trips and temporary living expenses at the new location are no longer deductible.