willyard

willyard

(ˈwɪləd)
adj
1. untamed, unmanageable or obstinate
2. timid or shy
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"The first time they had sex was in his room, the second time was in her room and the third time was in the bathroom of her residence," Pryor Police Department Assistant Chief James Willyard told (http://www.newson6.com/story/37343540/pryor-teacher-charged-with-3-counts-of-rape) KOTV at the time.
(39.) Cassandra Willyard, The Drug-Resistant Bacteria that Pose the Greatest Health Threats, NATURE: NEWS (Feb.
* Seller, Heather Kramer; buyer, Richard Willyard; Deed; Horn Dimond & Parkhill's 1st Add West Frankfort Lot 3 Blk 22.
This distribution seems to align with the current elevated representation of women within mental health practice (Willyard, 2011).
[1.] (John) Willyard, J., "Heavy Duty, Large Single Plate Diaphragm Spring, Dry Clutches," SAE Technical Paper 892476, 1989, doi:10.4271/892476.
At this university (and consistent with nationwide trends; Willyard, 2011), women comprise the preponderance of psychology majors.
Danielle Willyard added seven kills, Marsha Poischbeg had 17 assists and Haley Damian had 16 digs.
In addition, having at least one son and at least one daughter stems from "rational choice" in meeting the needs of old-age care, such as financial support from sons, but hands-on caregiving and emotional support from daughters (Schmid, Brandt, and Haberkern, 2012; Willyard et al., 2008; Leopold, Raab, and Engelhardt, 2014).
From its origins at Motorola in the 1970s, roadmapping has been adopted for its utility as an effective means of planning and communication, especially between the technical and commercial functions in an organization (Willyard and McClees 1987).
RELATIONAL NATURE OF CAREGIVING The care of older adults requires the interaction of two or more people, all or some of which may be between older adults and their family members or caregivers (Lingler, Sherwood, Crighton, Song, & Happ, 2008; Miller, Shoemaker, Willyard, & Addison, 2008; Rozario, Kidahashi, & DeRienzis, 2011), between older adults and their family members and health care providers (Judge, Menne, & Whitlatch, 2009; Sudore, Schillinger, Knight, & Fried, 2010; Torke et al., 2011; Utley-Smith et al., 2009), or between and among different types of health care providers (Anderson et al., 2012; Lekan, Hendrix, McConnell, & White, 2010; Toles & Anderson, 2011).