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Graci, S., (2002), The Greening of Accommodation: A Study of Voluntary Environmental Initiatives in the Hotel Industry, Toronto: University of Toronto.
Although love appears to be a multidimensional construct, one aspect of love would seem to be compassion as identified by Mahoney and Graci (1999) and operationally defined in the brief compassion scale developed by Hwang, Plante, and Lackey (2008).
Some recent studies focus on the advantages that producers gain from introducing environmental initiatives (Bohdanowicz, Piotr, & Novotna, 2011; Graci & Dodds, 2008; Lopez-Gamero, Molina-Azorin, & Claver-Cortes, 2011; Shah, 2011).
Inergetics, which has reportedly been developed alongside pharmacist, Robert Graci, R.Ph., has created a unique formula to support healthy nerve function and specifically help diabetic patients who experience nerve-related symptoms in their extremities, which include tingling, pain, burning and loss of sensation, said the company.
The effects of EO on DMI might vary with EO source, type of diet, diet interactions or adaptation of rumen microbial populations to EO (Yang et al., 2010b; c; Graci et al., 2012).
For more information about the Walk of Champions, or to find out how to become involved, call Michelle Graci, manager of Fund Raising Events, BHF at (413) 794-7654 or by email at
An Amber Alert was issued in Illinois after the reported abduction of Mia Graci Thompson, a three-week-old girl.
Assim, a dor, problemas financeiros, ansiedade, perturbacoes do sono, fadiga, nauseas, alteracoes do apetite, perda do cabelo, depressao e medo, entre muitos outros, estao entre os factores mais referidos na literatura que resultam do impacto do cancer no paciente (Chochinov, 2001; Graci, 2005; Herrstedt, 2002; Kayl & Meyers, 2006; Rosman, 2004; Wright, Kiely, Lynch, Cull, & Selby, 2002).
In this paper, green tourism, which is an important component of sustainable tourism, is defined as "travel to destinations where the flora, fauna, and cultural heritage are the primary attractions." This definition is further expanded to include environmentally sustainable travel to destinations where climate impacts are minimized with the aim of respecting and preserving natural resources and adapting programs to fit the context of fragile resources (NCC, 1996; Graci and Dodds, 2008).