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Sandage

(ˈsændɪdʒ)
n
(Biography) Allan Rex.1926–2010, US astronomer, who discovered the first quasar (1961)
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Hats off to our sales team of Bonnie Jacoby, Greg Churan, Brandi McDermott and Alicia Sandage for a record-breaking effort on this year's issue.
Another alumna, Sarah Hess, a criminal defense attorney with Sandage Law in Kansas City, was a program editor for the journal before she graduated in 2013.
It should also be pointed out that the discussion of moral foundations has assumed that these standards, or dimensions, are "reasonable." For example, Sandage, Worthington, Hight, and Berry (2000) frame their definition of seeking forgiveness within the context of a transgression " ...
In 1964, renowned Palomar Observatory astronomer Allan Sandage sent Rubin an application to compete for telescope time at Palomar, editing the form's warning, "Due to limited facilities, it is not possible to accept applications from women," to include "usually." She became the first woman to legally observe there.
The TRIM-18 (McCullough, Rachal, Sandage, Worthington, Wade Brown, & Hight, 1998) is composed of three subscales with a total of 18 items, each rated on a 5-point Likert scale (1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree).
Two prior studies have found that dispositional humility is positively associated with differentiation of self, which is a relational selfhood construct involving capacities for self-regulation and interpersonal connectedness in family systems and other close relationships (Jankowski, Sandage, & Hill, 2013; Jankowski & Sandage, 2014).
Wipo deputy director general John Sandage noted the Philippines was among the first three countries qualified to become a member of the IAP.
Cultural historian Scott Sandage of Carnegie Mellon University showed us the way through his dynamic lectures on music of the world wars.
Sandage [20] in his study "Forgiveness, Spiritual Disease, Mental Health Signs, Interventional Effects of Self-Differentiation" showed that those with more self-differentiation have more tendencies to forgive others and so are healthier mentally.
Mohammed bin Abdul-Karim Al-Issa received here today Chief of Treaty Affairs, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, John Sandage, and the Regional Director of the Office of the United Nations in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Arab States Dr.
Sandage, Danielsen Professor of Psychology and Theology at Boston University's Danielsen Institute, for his clinical insights on this relationship.
They have hindered and challenged state governance systems and their ability to progress in attaining MDGs," said John B Sandage, director, UNODC division for treaty affairs.