tr. & intr.v. stout·ened, stout·en·ing, stout·ens
To make or become stout or stouter.
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vb (tr)
to make or become stout or stouter
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(ˈstaʊt n)

v.i., v.t.
to make or become stout.
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In general, increased severity of disease and symptoms is associated with higher intrusiveness (Devins et al., 1992; Devins & Edworthy, 2000; Devins, Seland, Klein et al., 1993; Goudsmit, Stouten, & Howes, 2009; Hogg et al., 2003).
Vander Elst, Bosman, De Cuyper, Stouten, & De Witte (2013) found a negative correlation between job insecurity and work engagement.
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O fato dos resultados encontrados apresentarem uma densidade demasiadamente elevada de descanso durante o jogo, permite afirmar que esses momentos devem ser aproveitados como fatores determinantes para que o treinador possa orientar os atletas em alguns aspectos, tais como posicionamento dentro da quadra, execucao tecnica, tatica e sobretudo motivar, demonstrando que tem o controle do jogo devido a pouca experiencia dos atletas jovens (Van Puyenbroeck, Stouten e Vande Broek, 2017).
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A particular instance of social behavior that has received considerable attention is cooperation; several experiments have been conducted in which the effects of facial emotional expressions on cooperation are addressed (de Melo, Carnevale, Read, & Gratch, 2014; Eckel & Wilson, 2003; Krumhuber et al., 2007; Reed, Zeglen, & Schmidt, 2012; Scharlemann, Eckel, Kacelnik, & Wilson, 2001; Stouten & de Cremer, 2010; Tortosa, Strizhko, Capizzi, & Ruz, 2013).
(Babalola, Stouten, and Euwema, 2016) When workers feel highly valued by their organization, they reciprocate by displaying a variety of positive outcomes, comprising reduced turnover intention and actual turnover.
As such, they have a positive influence on the overall workplace climate and a negative effect on bullying (Stouten et al., 2010).
De Cremer and Stouten (2005) found that participants in the high procedural justice condition exhibited stronger positive emotions than those participants in the low procedural justice condition.
Present at the event were Pim Stouten, Solutions Manager, LexisNexis and Raghavendra Manbol, Head - Information Solutions, Edutech Middle East in addition to other senior officials from both companies.