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TUCHTurku University Central Hospital (Turku, Finland)
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Racial minorities, in particular, are more likely to express distrust in the police force (Weitzer & Tuch, 2006).
Tuch, The Self-Regulation of Investment Bankers, 83
In VP1, ROMA116 showed the highest nucleotide identity (95%) with simian strain TUCH (Figure 1, panel A); in NS5, the uncommon H3 genotype of ROMA116 clustered with strains detected in or derived from animals (Figure 2, panel E).
Copland spent the evening of 23 March with Hans Tuch, a veteran cultural and press attache.
Ishorisch: varnikke 'besticktes Tuch auf Fensterbrett und das vor einer Ikonenecke liegt, Vorhang' [*[left arrow] 'am Pflock, am Haken hangend'] (IMS 649).
Thompson and Tuch offer this analysis of personal narrative as a therapeutic target in couple's therapy.
Steven Tuch and Josiah Baker exercise in their fine new study.
Tuch and Ronald Weitzer, "The Polls-Trends: Racial Differences in Attitudes Toward the Police," Public Opinion Quarterly, 61, (Winter 1997):642-63; Ronald Weitzer and Steven.
(2) Between April 2010 and June 2013, Gumusay wrote the biweekly column "Das Tuch" (The headscarf) for the Tageszeitung (taz) and thus became Germany's first hijabi columnist.