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‘Everything in Motion, Motion in Everything’: The experience and process of negotiating development transitions

‘Everything in Motion, Motion in Everything’: The experience and process of negotiating development transitions

These passages highlight how imagined relationships could promote either a toxic/distancing effect or curative/closeness effect for the real relationship. In the second excerpt it can be seen that P9’s interpretation of her daughter’s behaviour facilitated holding on to hope and maintaining closeness. The other three excerpts presented led to anticipating rejection, or feeling rejected, and were therefore experienced as distancing. The experience of imagined relationships was found to be problematic as they were potentially based upon a distorted sense of reality. An example of this could be P11’s interpretation of his nearly bankrupt father’s emotional withdrawal. P11 interpreted this as a sign of rejection, when it is possible that his father may have been depressed or pre-occupied with worry. It was observed that while all participants subjectively engaged in imagined relationships, they displayed, at best, only a partial awareness of doing so. One issue this raised was that over time, the boundaries between imagined relationships and real relationships could become blurred, leaving it difficult for family members to distinguish between the two. The difficulty and dangers of not being able to distinguish between imagined and real relationships were articulated by P7 and P8:
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Everything Begins as a Memory

Everything Begins as a Memory

Dad took me along once, out in the old aluminum boat. Don’s tent flapped in the salt spray along with the long grass that grew on the leeward side of the island, and it looked like the ruin of a battlement. Don wore an old flannel with neatly cuffed sleeves and blue jeans. I remember his clean-shaven face and the deep, tidy furrows of his hair. He didn’t talk much. I tried my best not to focus on the pattern of cigarette burns on the back of his hand. They blurred out the shape of some unwanted tattoo. After a bit, I took my fishing rod and stood on one of the rocks near the shore casting it into the sea without any real thought toward catching anything. I stayed there until Dad wanted to leave. I remember feeling embarrassed, but I’m still not sure for who.
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A time for everything and everything in its time – exploring the mechanisms underlying seasonality of COPD exacerbations

A time for everything and everything in its time – exploring the mechanisms underlying seasonality of COPD exacerbations

Life on earth is intimately linked to the level of energy (ultraviolet [UV], visible, and infrared radiation) received from the sun, and the variations in the angle of earth’s rotational axis on its elliptic course gives rise to various seasons. Seasonality affects all forms of life as they adapt to overcome the environmental challenges associated with this cycle. 1 Variations in the mammalian reproductive cycle are among the best

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Evolution of health technology assessment: best practices of the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review

Evolution of health technology assessment: best practices of the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review

Methods: A qualitative research approach was taken to assess the policies, processes, and practices of the pCODR, based on internationally accepted best practice “principles” in HTA, with a particular focus on stakeholder engagement. Publicly available information regarding the approach of the pCODR was used to gauge the agency’s performance against these principles. In addition, stakeholder observations and real-world experiences were gathered through key informant interviews to be inclusive of perspectives from patient advocacy groups, provincial and/or cancer agency decision-makers, community and academic oncologists, industry, expert committee members, and health economists.
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Understanding how ESOL Pre Services Teachers' Prior Experiences and Background Shape their Processes of becoming L2 (Reading) Teachers

Understanding how ESOL Pre Services Teachers' Prior Experiences and Background Shape their Processes of becoming L2 (Reading) Teachers

get through the material and to simplify his works and/or discussion of his works in the process because they do not help students understand complexity. It is not enough to simply introduce our students to an overly simplified version of one of the greatest writers and dramatists of all time. It is our duty as Secondary English teachers to instill our students with a love of literature and, more importantly, with higher analytical skills that may be applied and further developed later – critical thinking skills, literary analysis skills, skills to shrewdly analyze and understand human psychology, all of which can be accomplished through the study of Shakespeare – so that they may understand life’s complexities. Many teachers argue that Shakespeare is too complex for students to understand everything – this is true, there is no way high school students will come to understand everything about any given play, or even everything about one aspect of a play, especially given the short amount of time that is generally allotted to the study of a Shakespearean play – but it is Shakespeare’s complexity that gives teachers the unique opportunity to encourage their students to develop higher analytical skills to understand complexity in general through the students’ pursuit to understand specific parts of Shakespeare’s complex works. When teachers simplify Shakespeare down to the level of students’ current understanding, they deny students the opportunity to challenge themselves to understand complexity, which can handicap the students for life. Thus it is not worthwhile, and is in fact cheating our students out of a wonderful and unique opportunity to learn important life-long skills, to seek to achieve goals that simplify
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The Theory of Creation of Everything

The Theory of Creation of Everything

Volume 3, Issue 4, April – 2018 International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology ISSN No 2456 2165 IJISRT18AP464 www ijisrt com 519 The Theory of Creation of Everything Akash Krishn[.]

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Everything Multiple Choice Student

Everything Multiple Choice Student

Copyright © 2014 National Math + Science Initiative, Dallas, Texas. All Rights Reserved[r]

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Lists in a Lighthouse

Lists in a Lighthouse

of the ocean in an anemic montage. Everything is waiting to split. He spits tobacco. There are sixteen days left. When the century ends, he will buy himself a velvet vest and a saloon. Or he will raise goats in the mountains. A man has options. A man can forget. A man’s arm extends as far as a bullet. The towns all have swinging doors. Nothing stays closed. He stops to remember why he wanders. There are four days left. He spits tobacco. His brother had a white patch of hair on the back of his head shaped like Durango, or like a pressed daisy. He shouldn’t have taken that mule. Men have died for less. He will die someday in a trench across the sea. But for now, he has
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Dr Sentiment Knows Everything!

Dr Sentiment Knows Everything!

Dr Sentiment fetches random words from SentiWordNet synsets and asks every player to tell about his/her sentiment polarity understanding regarding the concept behind the word fetched by [r]

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The Theory of Everything as the Reversibility Theory

The Theory of Everything as the Reversibility Theory

In the posited reversibility theory, 1) all physical laws and phenomena are permanently reversible, 2) all physical laws are derived from the reversible M-theory(extension of string theory) in the reversible multiverse, and 3) temporary irreversibility of entropy increase is allowed through reversibility breaking, symmetry break- ing, and low entropy beginning as described in the previous papers [2] [3]. Dealing with all physical laws and phenomena, the reversibility theory is the theory of everything, including 1) thermodynamic in this paper, 2) cosmology [2]-[4], 3) the composition (baryonic matter, dark matter, and dark energy) in the universe [5] [6], 4) the periodic table of elementary particles [7]-[9] for all elementary particles (quarks, leptons, gauge bosons, the Higgs boson, and the knees-ankles-toe in cosmic rays), 5) the galaxy evolution [10] [11], 6) superconductivity [12], and 7) black hole [13] [14]. The theoretical results are in good agreement with the observations, and the calculated values from cosmology, the composition in the universe, and the periodic table of elementary par- ticles are in good agreement with the observed values. This paper deals with thermodynamic of the reversibility theory.
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The Three Postulates of the Theory of Everything

The Three Postulates of the Theory of Everything

In this paper, the posited theory of everything is the dynamic and reversible process of continuingly changing matters and spaces in the reversible multiverse. Instead of remaining fixed, space-time dimension numbers of matters oscillate. Instead of being passive, spaces actively couple to particles. There are two different spaces whose digital combinations are different under different conditions. In the midst of continuously changing matters and spaces, the multiverse is simple and neat, because the multiverse is permanently reversible to exclude all ir- reversible physical laws and phenomena. However, temporary irreversible entropy increase is allowed through reversibility breaking, symmetry violation, and low entropy beginning. We live in the universe with such tem- porary irreversible entropy increase.
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Waves

Waves

Up until now he had always been deliberately putting the best face on everything, not only because if he didn't, my mother might hear what he really felt, but also, I think now, because [r]

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Articles | British Journal of Community Justice

Articles | British Journal of Community Justice

Greater empowerment in terms of the increased opportunity to make decisions was something which several middle managers mentioned when interviewed by Long (2004). For example; ‘Empowerment has certainly taken place and I think people have got hold of it quite well.’ This statement by a middle police manager in the UK, is indicative of a belief in the benefits of a less hierarchical and militaristic rank structure. This has meant that middle managers are more able to influence and take decisions and that this has been a definite benefit in terms of the introduction of Best Value style managerial culture. Police leadership tended to used to be about commanding in terms of taking control of a ‘crisis’ situation or a major incident, or secondly, making sure ‘troops’ on the ‘front-line’ are supported well and guarded against complaints (Long, 2003). Both Comspstat and Best Value require the police manager to be far more active and interventionist in
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Size is everything: Explaining SIFI designations

Size is everything: Explaining SIFI designations

We then perform separate quantile regressions for both a sample of the world’s largest banks and insurers of these two measures of systemic risk on size, interconnectedness, leverage, an[r]

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The role of a best practice alert in the electronic medical record in reducing repetitive lab tests

The role of a best practice alert in the electronic medical record in reducing repetitive lab tests

First, we identified 17 tests (see Table 1 for test names with definitions), which we believed were frequently ordered as duplicates. We considered a test to be a duplicate if a second test performed within a specified time period would not change patient management. Then, based on test char- acteristics, published best practice guidelines, and expert opinion from within our institution, we determined the time period for which each individual test would be considered a duplicate. When needed for specific tests, physicians from relevant subspecialties were consulted to establish appropri- ate time periods.
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Factors Affecting Teachers Utilization of Technology in Malaysian ESL Classrooms

Factors Affecting Teachers Utilization of Technology in Malaysian ESL Classrooms

This small scale of survey study may not show or prove the effectiveness of the factors affecting teachers’ utilization of technology in the ESL secondary classrooms. However one thing is pretty sure, as it demonstrates the factors raised by the ESL teachers who took part in this survey. It lays foundation awareness on what is expected by these teachers pertaining the use of technology in the ESL secondary classrooms. This study was conducted as starting effort to help teachers perform the best in utilizing technology in the ESL classrooms rather than neglecting their feelings, needs and effort blindly trying to compete with the rapid movement of the technology in the education in this era. If the dilemma of reluctant and technophobic towards technology prolongs among teachers of ESL somehow it will worsen the scenario and demotivate these teachers to utilize technology in their classrooms. Thus it is believed that this study will be an eye opener for the teachers to accept and fully utilize technology in their classrooms which will aid the teaching and learning of ESL in the secondary school classrooms. If this effort is continually and daily practiced in every classroom, this will definitely be a fruitful outcome towards the utilization of technology in the ESL classroom that could contribute excellence towards students’ achievements in English. REFERENCES
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Your Cadence

Your Cadence

Keywords: installation, art, music, animation, embodied knowledge, mirror, body, graphic score, river, flood, water, perception, space... Everything flows and nothing abides; everything [r]

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To be or not to be : how family firms manage family and commercial logics in succession

To be or not to be : how family firms manage family and commercial logics in succession

Within this business, I take care of everything—of everything.” Case 21, older generation In the commercial approach, filtering mechanisms were used to minimize the prevalence of a famil[r]

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The Best Method to Create a System of Plagiarism Detection in Arabic Documents

The Best Method to Create a System of Plagiarism Detection in Arabic Documents

Abstract:- The point of this treatise is create system to disclosure copyright forgery in Arabic language texts The study will explain how to create a system to identify stolen documents . Moreover, This article will contain couple of concepts, the first one is domestic and the second is global. The global segment is heuristics-based, in which a possibly appropriated given paper is utilized to build a lot of performer inquiries by utilizing diverse best executing heuristics. These inquiries are then presented to Google by means of Google's pursuit interface to recover source records from the websites. On the other hand, the concept of local will compares and checks between the stolen parts from source papers recovered from the Web.
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Science of Time and the Theory of Everything

Science of Time and the Theory of Everything

Giving the direct mathematical solution of the genetic theory of everything of the 8th non-agisimal point interlocked interwoven with the solar and galactic system as a whole in galactic space-time energy-mass scale would be a computerized knowledge (formulated knowledge) of mind, matter and time (memory energy time) energy density (frequency) phase changes (switches) it will be similar to any street-corner astrologer whose astronomical determination are faultless both past and future derived from the formulated constants of mind, matter and time planetary constants but does not know the determination of each person's genetic mind number of involvement (genetic signature - finger print) that determines the structure (sight), smell, voice including speech and thought and actions are all genetic responses in the final phase changes of the designed 10,000 years of the yugas (manvantaras - mind measures of time) as the final manifesting as final time-bound time-dependent civilisations and cultures through final phase changes of developmental dynamics of Manu designed (interlocked interwoven with the whole galactic space-time energy-mass dynamics) in His Own Image at Mid-day in Solar time scale. Heaven for all and Sundry is His Promise after a deep and long-journey in-to eternity as the resurrection of the final 10,000 years of the enlightened genetic drive for taking part in the bondage of Time (Fate) to know the meaning and purpose of His designed creation again and again every-where in cosmic space and time eternally in eternity from eternity when we will look back into our past (fate) as a bad dream at the sight of dazzling New Day, New Light, New Dawn in space and time even though today is the question of life and death tomorrow will be our New Birth as Gods and Rishis in earthly, lunar Solar Space-time energy-mass scale. Life is universal and every-where and not evolved through accidents and changes.
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