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CRANZCardiac Rehabilitation Association of New Zealand
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Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, his partner in the Greensward project for the park, entrusted much of this power to affect visitors to the "silent teachings" of design, relying on the tacit seductions of quiet pastoral atmospheres to produce the desired mode of passive reception (BCCP, 1864: 29; Cranz, 1982: 24; Gandy: 2002: 98).
>> An "enabler of health behavior": e.g., this can be facilitated through proximity to resources or health-promotive social norms, including those relating to postural variation in educational settings (DeClercq and Cranz 2014); or
When explaining the new policy, Tawni Cranz, Netflix's chief talent officer, said, "We want employees to have the flexibility and confidence to balance the needs of their growing families without worrying about work or finances."
Kinetic studies on the adsorption of C(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II) ions from aqueous solutions by cassava (Manihot sculenta Cranz) tuber bark waste.
(53.) Vignon F, Vivier C, Roll-Back MH, Clavert A, Cranz C, Reville P.
El discurso y practicas inaugurados en esta iniciativa ejerceran una extraordinaria influencia no solo en las politicas de parques de otras grandes ciudades estadounidenses en las decadas siguientes (Cranz, 1982), sino mas ampliamente en la larga tradicion que ve institucionalizarse la planificacion entre la Progressive Era (Boyer, 1992) y los intrepidos anos del New Deal (Stein, 1957).
Abia, "Studies on the influence of mercaptoacetic acid (MAA) modification of cassava (Manihot sculenta Cranz) waste biomass on the adsorption of [Cu.sup.2+] and [Cd.sup.2+] from aqueous solution," Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, vol.
Growth and nutritive value of cassava (Manihot esculenta Cranz.) are reduced when grown in elevated C[O.sub.2].
(15) David Cranz, Fortsetzung der Historie yon Groenland insonderheit der Missions-Geschichte der Evangelischen Brueder zu Neu-Herrnhut und Liechtenfels nebst betraechtlichen Zusaetzen und Anmerkungen zur natuerlichen Geschichte (Barby: Heinrich Deflef Ebers; Leipzig: Weidmanns Erben und Reich, 1770), vol.
One such student, Jacob Cranz, invented a Marula Cracker device that makes extracting kernel from marula seeds easier and much safer.
Zvolensky, the Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Distinguished University Professor in the department of clinical psychology at the University of Houston (UH) and Peter J.