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CHEARChildren's Health Exposure Analysis Resource (US NIH)
CHEARCoalition for Higher Education Act Reform (Washington, DC)
CHEARChristian Home Educators Association of Arkansas (Arkansas)
CHEARCanadian High Energy Astrophysics Research
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His pictures reflect Chear's daily life as a disabled man in the Kingdom, from fixing his father's shack, to doing housework, riding bikes and his relationship with his wife, who herself suffers from polio.
Beer, happy Produce of our Isle Can sinewy Strength impart, And wearied with Fatigue and Toil Can chear each manly Heart.
Meanwhile in Japan, Cambodia's Pen Ratana and Chear Thary earned Grade A referee certification to make them among the first to reach such a level.
Currently, the Children's Health Exposure Analysis Resource (CHEAR) initiative from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is working toward the development of exposome data standards, which will promote exposome research collaborations in the broader environmental health community (Cui et al.
If you had your doubts, one quote clears things up: "'Bibi always gets a little cranky when he sees us talking to Iran , but a few dozen short-range surface-to-surface missiles usually chear him right up,' said State Department spokesperson Daniel Goldman."
and why have I hated them?--because they have blighted the feeble blossoms of self-love, that have begun to chear my heart, by severe, though perhaps not unmerited, disapprobation."
Wilt thou repress each struggling sigh, And chear with smiles the bed of death?
I get it honestly, and I don't care who knows it; for if it was not for something to chear the spirits between whiles, and keep out the wet and cold; alack-a-day!
Looking ahead, Balshaw says the NIEHS-led Children's Health Exposure Analysis Resource (CHEAR) (4) will focus on developing infrastructure to help realize the recommendations in the commentary.
Wordsworth claims as a student also to have found in geometry "Enough to exalt, to chear [him], and compose" (141); from it, he