PUCHE

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PUCHEPotchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education (South Africa)
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En Colombia, las practicas profesionales en psicologia hacen parte de todos los planes de estudio; generalmente se desarrollan en los ultimos dos o tres semestres de la carrera (Castillo Guzman & Puche Navarro, 2001).
Such strategy has been exploited by two independent studies (Puche et al., 2013; Stewart et al., 2014), in which mouse HSCs-depletion was generated by using a mGFAP gene promoter, providing an in vivo tool for investigating the potential roles of HSCs contributed to liver fibrosis.
Most importantly, even when accompanied on stage by Gumersindo Puche, cofounder of Atra Bilis, the company through which she has marketed her work since the early 1990s, Liddell's performances are primarily about her, that is, about the various meanings and messages she transcribes and transmits through her interpretation and theatricalization of self and about the rapport that she is thereby able to establish with her audience.
The story is populated with a cast of weirdly attired figures representing many of the seven deadly sins, including: the glutton Piet the Pot, who narrates the opera (a high buffo tenor role taken by American Chris Merritt); the sex-obsessed lovers Amando and Amanda (Spanish mezzo Ines Moraleda and her soprano compatriot Ana Puche); and Astradamors, a transvestite astronomer (Norwegian bass Frode Olsen, also required to sing falsetto) and his sadistic wife Mesca-lina (sung by the impressive Chinese mezzo, Ning Liang), who sports fake, droopy breasts, facial plastic surgery gone awry and a whip.
Navarro, Andres Neuman, Angel Olgoso, Alex Oviedo, Antonio Pomet, Gemma Pellicer, Angeles Prieto Barba, Javier Puche, Loli Rivas, Anelio Rodriguez Concepcion, Rocio Romero, Maria Paz Ruiz Gil, Javier Saez de Ibarra, Raul Sanchez Quiles, Antonio Serrano Cueto, Francisco Silvera, Iran Teruel, Eloy Tizon, Pedro Ugarte, Ivan Zaldua, Angel Zapata y Miguel A.
Jose Castillo- Puche, friend and biographer of Hemingway, said that by the end of his life, "Ernesto was no longer a fascinating figure to people in Spain; he had become a sort of joke, in fact" (20).