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sool

(suːl)
vb (tr)
1. to incite (a dog) to attack
2. to attack
[C17: from English dialect sowl (esp of a dog) to pull or seize roughly]
ˈsooler n

sool


Past participle: sooled
Gerund: sooling

Imperative
sool
sool
Present
I sool
you sool
he/she/it sools
we sool
you sool
they sool
Preterite
I sooled
you sooled
he/she/it sooled
we sooled
you sooled
they sooled
Present Continuous
I am sooling
you are sooling
he/she/it is sooling
we are sooling
you are sooling
they are sooling
Present Perfect
I have sooled
you have sooled
he/she/it has sooled
we have sooled
you have sooled
they have sooled
Past Continuous
I was sooling
you were sooling
he/she/it was sooling
we were sooling
you were sooling
they were sooling
Past Perfect
I had sooled
you had sooled
he/she/it had sooled
we had sooled
you had sooled
they had sooled
Future
I will sool
you will sool
he/she/it will sool
we will sool
you will sool
they will sool
Future Perfect
I will have sooled
you will have sooled
he/she/it will have sooled
we will have sooled
you will have sooled
they will have sooled
Future Continuous
I will be sooling
you will be sooling
he/she/it will be sooling
we will be sooling
you will be sooling
they will be sooling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sooling
you have been sooling
he/she/it has been sooling
we have been sooling
you have been sooling
they have been sooling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sooling
you will have been sooling
he/she/it will have been sooling
we will have been sooling
you will have been sooling
they will have been sooling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sooling
you had been sooling
he/she/it had been sooling
we had been sooling
you had been sooling
they had been sooling
Conditional
I would sool
you would sool
he/she/it would sool
we would sool
you would sool
they would sool
Past Conditional
I would have sooled
you would have sooled
he/she/it would have sooled
we would have sooled
you would have sooled
they would have sooled
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focuses on the large frame and philosophical ground for narrative practices in medicine and therapy, the article by Anneke Sools, Sofia Triliva, and Theofanis Filippas investigates a case study of unemployed Greek young adults with a view to exploring narrative futuring.
A source linked with the kidnappers told local reporters that the armed group released Akahane and Dutch nurse Wilhem Sools because it had received a large amount of ransom money, but did not say how much or who paid it.
In Tokyo, Gael Austin, president of Doctors of the World Japan, said he is very happy at the news that Akahane and Sools have been freed.
Akahane, a graduate student of Nagasaki University, and Sools were abducted Sept.
That eveniol we threw a party to celebrate the 238-9 vote favoriol "The Challenge of Peace." Free beer, sools, even danciol; a veritable pacifist chorus lioe, Pax Christi activists (includiol Gordon Zahn, Jesuit Fr.
Narrative futuring, for example, a guided process of writing from the future to the present (i.e., letters from the future) can be viewed as the future-oriented counterpart of life review (Sools et al., "Mapping Letters from the Future").
Narrative futuring, however, presents an alternative in which the future can become, at least partially, an experience (Sools et al., "Mapping Letters from the Future", Tromp, and Mooren).
Psychiatrist Frederic Melges was among the first to make a distinction between expectation (when the past self finds its way into the future without any innovation) and anticipation (the process where imagining of a future self is less determined by, and potentially different from, past experiences) (see also Sools and Mooren).
The acceleration of the pace of change that accompanies late modernity (Lombardo) affects the lives and identities of individuals in late modern society (Beck; Giddens) and drives the need to continuously anticipate and bring about change (Sools and Mooren).
However, both the immediate evaluative and interpretive context of the self and the larger cultural frameworks from which this context emerges, tend not to be taken into account in possible selves research (Sools et al., "De zin van vervreemdende toekomstverbeelding" ["the meaning of alienating future imagination"]).
In the first part (after receiving instruction and providing informed consent), participants wrote a Letter from the Future (see Sools and Mooren for details about this instrument), an exercise involving writing a personal narrative.
ANNEKE SOOLS is an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, Health and Technology and program director of the Storylab at the University of Twente, the Netherlands.