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For instance, some researchers have defined ED as a mechanism of change (process) whereas other authors have conceptualized it as a therapeutic strategy (Lavender, Wonderlich, Engel, Gordon, Kaye & Mitchell, 2015; Neacsiu, Eberle, Kramer, Wiesmann & Linehan, 2014; Powers, Stevens, Fani, & Bradley, 2015; Ridings & Lutz-Zois, 2014; Seligowski & Orcutt, 2015; Weis, Gratz & Lavender, 2015), which has thwarted the research on this field (Gratz, 2007; author, 2013; Kokoyei, Urban, Reinhardt, Jozan & Demetrovics, 2014; Little, Welsh, Darling & Culpepper, 2015; Masi, Muratori, Manfredi, Pisano & Milone, 2015).
have joined GNB's and The Gratz Bank's Boards of directors.
As I was driving home, I heard there was 2 feet at Steamboat and 4 feet from the storm," says Gratz.
Ring bearers were Charles Hooks Gratz and Michael Blakely Gratz III.
Gratz, the 2009 Fegentri Ladies World Champion in 2009, made it a pillar to post victory in the 10-furlong contest organised by the Shaikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Racing Festival.
The Gratz family returned to Philadelphia, where Rebecca Gratz's father worked as a merchant and helped supply American troops, in 1782.
Though the Supreme Court struck down the University of Michigan's undergraduate point system in Gratz v.
PK: GNBF), the bank holding company of The Gratz National Bank (GNB) and The Herndon National Bank, have signed a merger agreement under which HNB will merge with GNB.
Erin Gratz is an associate professor and arts and sciences librarian at the Univer sity of La Verne.
Journalist Gratz explores how the urban landscape of New York City was shaped through the 1960s and 1970s as a result of the clash between the urban visions of Robert Moses and his large urban renewal projects and the more localist vision of organic regeneration propounded by Jane Jacobs, the author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961) and indefatigable opponent of Moses's proposed eight-lane elevated highway through lower Manhattan, which would have made the SoHo neighborhood unrecognizable today, among other projects.
Kilbride is the senior enlisted leader at the Barnes Center, and Gratz is the mission support di-rector.