dault

dault

(dɔːlt)
n
(Peoples) a child who is brought up in a family to which he or she has no blood connection
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Thanks to Griffin Dault and Megan McGuiggan for research.
13) For more stories of women's ordination, the influence of seminary, and the role of professors in their call and the ordination processes, see Jennifer Harris Dault, ed.
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He credits Zach Moy, Cecilia Navata, Evelyn Wisniewski, Andrew Moy, Joe Dault, and Will Zitske who operated the control desk with such efficiency and experience that little guidance was needed.
Dault offers insight into why "urban bees" make sense: "Cities often offer more varieties of flowers, available in more seasons, with fewer pesticides," writes Eanes.
BRI independent commissioner Adhyaksa Dault has also requested BRI management to amicably settle the case with Ratna Dewi, a 34-year business woman, who had been lured into signing some dubious documents with BRI.
The Task Force determined a plan for the renovation, which called for the relocation of the Purple Heart monument; adding a Fallen Warrior statue consisting of boots, helmet and rifle; and adding two sculptured screen panels designed by the artist team of Shala Dobson and Jim Dault.
Andre & Dorine, Edu Carcamo, Jose Dault, Garbine Insausti, Rolando San Martin, Inaki Rikarte (also dir).
The location of the hostel makes it ideal for students studying in North Campus colleges like Dault Ram or Sri Ram College of Commerce, which are barely at 5 minutes' walking distance.
Research nurses are able to spend more time with patients over longer periods of time than is possible in many clinical settings, providing the opportunity for richer nurse-patient relationships, a more holistic approach to patient health, and a continuity of care that is appreciated by both patient and nurse (Easter, Henderson, Davis, Churchill, & King, 2006; Fisher, 2006; Haigh, Neild, & Duncan, 2005; Legge, 2004; Mueller & Mamo, 2002; Ocker & Pawlik Plank, 2000; Sadler, Lantz, Fullerton, & Dault, 1999).
People receiving health care services consider effective teamwork more than just highly desirable; for them, it is a basic prerequisite they often assume to be in place (Clements, Dault & Priest, 2007).