OCELOxford Companion to English Literature
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The increase in knowledge, confidence, and communication skills gained from peer teaching reported in the current study further supports findings of similar studies (Faure 2002, Ocel et al 2003, Youdas et al 2008).
As a result of a design error decades before, the gusset plates in the bridge were about half as thick as they should have been, Ocel said.
(26.) Kennedy JW, Hirshman MF, Gervino EV, Ocel JV, Forse RA, Hoenig SJ, Aronson D, Goodyear LJ, Horton ES: Acute exercise induces GLUT4 translocation in skeletal muscle of normal human subjects with type 2 diabetes.
Tim Ocel's production made Leontes' passions the central impetus of the play, representing him as charismatic and possessive, hungry for attention, and intensely physical.
In other words, it is a transposition of sounds and/or letters in a word (OCEL).
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C: Cortese; D: Ocel. Armstrong, Calleja, Lynch, Ketelsen.
The first measure, OCEl, was assessed using four anchored five-point Likert-Scale items suggested by Eisenberger et al.
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Although the majority of women are still concentrated in traditional female careers (Women's Bureau, 1985), nondisabled women have made positive strides in entering nontraditional careers, and have found these careers to be professionally challenging and economically rewarding (Johnson, 1974; Ocel, 1983; Orr, 1985).
Worcester Academy 1, Phillips Andover 0: Senior defender Tyler Graham headed in a cross from Josh Ocel in the 19th minute to lift the Hilltoppers (13-1-2) in a NEPSAC Class A quarterfinal.