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deaner

(ˈdiːnə)
n
(Currencies) (in Britain) a shilling or coin in common use before decimalization in 1971
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Eric Deaner (pictured) was hired as marketing and business development specialist.
Several authors (Deaner and Mitchell, 2006; Deaner, Masters, Ogles, & LaCaille, 2011 ; Frick, 2011) have suggested higher competitiveness in male distance runners than females, possibly explaining the sex difference that occurred here.
Convincing evidence reveals that coaches of young players don't identify the best players--instead, they identify the most physically mature players within an age group (Barnsley & Thompson, 1988; Deaner, Lowen, & Cobley, 2013; Gladwell, 2008).
After the MPS EF press demonstration, there was a live demonstration of a laser anilox roll deaner.
However, observing a study that analyzed the effects of sexual dimorphism in another kind of exercise (marathon), Deaner et al.
De esta forma y considerando las sugerencias de Deaner, Masters, Ogles y LaCaille (2011) al documentar diferencias debidas al sexo y mediadas por el tipo de deporte, los periodos temporales y la cultura, se abren nuevas perspectivas en la expresion de las diversas vertientes motivacionales.
We would also like to thank the editor and two reviewers for their helpful comments, as well as proof editor Eileen Deaner, Lund University.
In the November 2014 issue, Wendell Dwight Deaner touched on active computer use for gunsmiths ("Computers In The Shop".
Amanda Visek, Heather Deaner, Jessica Creasy, Katherine Cowan, Justine Vosloo, and Jamie Shapiro for their help with the data collection in America.
The research, conducted by Michael Lombardo, professor of biology, and Robert Deaner, associate professor of psychology, has shown that 10 years of deliberate practice, which roughly means 10,000 hours, are necessary and sufficient for anyone to become an expert in any field, including sports.
Amanda Deaner joins the company as senior formulation chemist, Personal Care, NA.