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ablow

(əˈbləʊ)
adj (postpositive)
1. in bloom; blossoming
2. blowing; being blown
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"Who Tells Your Story?" will highlight music from "Hamilton: An American Musical" as well as "Kinky Boots," "The Color Purple," "Waitress" and "School of Rock." Vocalists include Hollens, Bob Cross, Justin Jones, Kurleen Nowickas, Seth Rue, Sarada Thomas, Noa Ablow Measelle, Matthew Michaels, Adriana Ripley and husband Peter Hollens.
Ablow, "Neural correlates of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal regulation of mothers with their infants," Biological Psychiatry, vol.
Ablow and Schechter computed the motion of a towed cable with the finite difference approximation to the differential equations derived from basic dynamics [3].
Schaffer situates her project among the foundational studies of Stone, Watt, and Armstrong as well as amid more recent enlargements of the field by Perry, Corbett, Davidoff, Ablow, Marcus, Hager, Michie, and McAleavey (26).
Miller, Rachel Ablow, and Audrey Jaffe have analyzed the form of nineteenth-century realist fiction.
Ablow for one striker, a chance for two While David Nugent's absence is a blow, his suspension offers the two other senior striking options in the squad a chance to impress.
ABLOW to the Government's devolution bill has buoyed Labour campaigners hoping to block ministers' plans to install an all-powerful North East mayor.
Laurent and Ablow studied the reaction of depressed and nondepressed mothers to the sound of their own infant's cry compared to the cry of other infants and a noncontrol sound [43].
NEW YORK -- Over the years, psychiatrist Keith Ablow has diagnosed President Barack Obama as a man with abandonment issues dating back to his upbringing, a person with a victim's mentality who secretly identifies more with Africa than America.
The jaws of some of Fox News's hosts dropped on Tuesday when contributor Dr Keith Ablow did the unthinkable on national TV and said that U.S.
The research points largely to neural structures like the insula, hippocampus, anterior and posterior cingulate cortex, auditory cortex, orbitofrontal cortex and, in general, a circuit broadly recruiting the hypothalamus, midbrain, limbic system, and cortex (Musser, Kaiser-Laurent, & Ablow, 2012; Parsons, Stark, Young, Stein, & Kringelbach, 2013; Swain, Lorberbaum, Kose, & Stratheam, 2007).
There is nonsignificant relationship with age and ego-resilience but direction of relationship is negative with age these findings have been supported by previous researches (Helson, Kwan, John, and Jones, 2002; John, Naumann, and Soto, 2008; Measelle, John, Ablow, Cowan, and Cowan, 2005; Ryan, 2009; Srivastava, John, Gosling, and Potter, 2003).