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ROLEResearch on Learning and Education
ROLERule of Law Effectiveness (project; USAID; Philippines)
ROLERecognition of Life Extinct
ROLERanolazine Open Label Experience (medication testing program)
ROLEReplacement of Legacy Electronics
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In itself, the term "occupational therapy student" signifies the performing of one role (student) and a commitment toward developing the knowledge and skills required to meet the social expectations associated with another (occupational therapist).
The role of a Jedi requires the actor to be somber most of the time.
By assigning to users the common father role of each atom role needed by users or the dynamic-combination-generated father role.
This paper is focused on the study of role stress (or stress experienced while performing in an organisational role) as a dependent variable and personal variables (age, management level, qualification level, and functional assignment) as independent variables.
Role-based research carried out by researchers has paid more attention only to a few dimensions of role stress like role conflict, role ambiguity and role overload (Richard, 2001; Bhatia and Kumar, 2003; Fried et al.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role: Julie Christie, for her role as Fiona in Away From Her.
A polished performer, Scheller dazzles in the demanding Ballo della Regina, but impresses most with her exhilarating performances of the Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux, a role she first performed with Julio Bocca on his summer tour in 2005.
Reinventing the CFO: How Financial Managers Can Transform Their Roles and Add Greater Value, by Jeremy Hope.
The European Union's Roles in International Politics - concept and analysis', by Ole Elgstrom and Michael Smith, 2006, 260 pages, Price: 111.
Until recently, the profession's lack of clarity concerning the role and function of the school counselor has had the effect of marginalizing school counselors (House & Hayes; Johnson, 2000).
It is commonly acknowledged that lobbies play a large role in shaping policy and that the pro-Israel lobby enjoys a near-monopoly on U.