REDFEM

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REDFEMRed Feminista Latinoamericana y del Caribe contra la Violencia Domestica y Sexual (Spanish: Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Network against Domestic and Sexual Violence; est. 1990)
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By placing more weight on more distant observations, high values of h or larger bandwidth imply local regressions that produce more smoothing than do smaller bandwidths (McMillen and Redfem 2010).
Telephone interview with Michael Redfem, AETC/CEVQ (Jan.
Applicants are also asked to send a CV detailing musical achievement to Nick Redfem at nick@ariadirect.co.uk
It is well known that inclined surfaces increase the risk of slipping incidents because of the increased friction demand (McVay& Redfem 1994; Sun, Walters, Svensson, & Lloyd, 1996; Zhao, Upadhyaya, & Kaminaka, 1987), but research on the effects of surface slope on balance control is limited.
It has been reported that destabilizing visual environments have a larger effect on balance on deformable surfaces (Redfem, Moore, & Yarsky, 1997; Simeonov & Hsiao, 2001) and that visual inputs are more effective in reducing sway velocity at narrower stance width (Day, Steiger, Thompson, & Marsden, 1993).
Labor Prime Minister Paul Keating demonstrated the salience of this global movement to his vision of domestic politics by marking the former with his emotive 'Redfem address' (2001 [1992]).
Keating P (2001 [1992]) Redfem Park speech 10 December 1992.
According to Keattch and Redfem (1962), the change in the rate of weight loss could be depicted as a trough: representing two consecutive reactions; as a shoulder to the peak: signifying the occurrence of two almost overlapping reactions; or as demonstrated in this study's results (Fig.
Redfem, Rudd, Wolfe, and McKevitt (2008) have reported on attempts to improve secondary prevention of stroke through patient and caregiver education initiatives to improve stroke knowledge.
The Red Feminista Latinoamericana y del Caribe contra la Violencia Domestica y Sexual (RedFem, Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence), based in Isis Internacional (Santiago, Chile), recently launched a website detailing all the network's activities, campaigns and calls for action and including links to organizations committed to eradicating gender-based violence and other useful information.