n.1.heathy land; land full of heather; moorish or watery land.
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The coin has been donated by Rosland Capital for auction at the Amber Lounge Fashion Show.
Westmont -- Thompson 9 3-8 21; Selularac 3 0-1 6; Behrens 2 0-0 5; Karesh 1 0-0 2; Rosland 1 0-0 2; Meneses 0 0-0 0; Basit 0 0-0 0; Robinson 0 0-0 0; Blaine 0 0-0 0 Totals 16 3-9 36
Briefly, the PACT model seeks to deliver continuous and coordinated primary care that is centered on the needs of individual patients (Rosland et al.
Therefore, it is not just the presence of marital support that improves diabetes health outcomes, but the quality of the relational context in which it is provided (Bailey & Kahn, 1993; Rosland, Heisler, Choi, Silveira, & Piette, 2010).
I follow Sissel Rosland in her study of victimhood, identity and agency in the early Northern Ireland conflict, when she notes that passive victimhood is a "static non-historical category" that "conceals the dynamic dimensions of the relationship between victimhood and agency." (13) Rosland recalls that victimhood can drive a process of exclusion, what John Mack called, "the egoism of victimization." (14) Even a casual look at the ethnically divided political landscape in Myanmar shows that victimhood does not unite groups: it keeps them apart.
When the nuclear waste shipment sails away with the first few of an estimated 3,000 containers, Norway's Foreign Minister Borge Brende and State Secretary Marit Berger Rosland will be on site and wave farewell.
The Belarusian delegation was headed by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Oleg Kravchenko, the Norwegian delegation was led by the Deputy Foreign Minister, Marit Berger Rosland.
In models for bivalves, reproduction and growth are assumed to compete for energy resources (e.g., Ren & Ross 2005 for Perna canaliculus and Rosland et al.
This team of professionals, called a patient-aligned care team (PACT), can guide and monitor patient care on the basis of a culturally sensitive comprehensive needs assessment (Amdur, Sheets, & Lynch, 2011; Rosland et al., 2013).