Scanzoni

Scan·zo·ni

(skan-zō'nē),
Friedrich W., German obstetrician, 1821-1891. See: Scanzoni maneuver.
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Duke Energy spokesman Dave Scanzoni says the company does not anticipate a rate increase to offset costs.
Myers & Scanzoni, 2005), as such theology seems to be a better "fit" with the broader ethos of secular psychology and may be the result of a more perspectival approach to GLBT issues in which theology and psychology are less in a dialogue and are more two different perspectives on the same topic.
With books such as All We're Meant To Be by Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Nancy Hardesty (1974) and Women, Men, and the Bible by Virginia Ramey Mollenkott (1977), biblical feminism changed from an oxymoron to an accepted term in many evangelical churches.
But this option should be considered along with another obstetrical maneuver: the Scanzoni maneuver or use of forceps to rotate a fetus.
A 1974 editorial in Christianity Today endorsed the Equal Rights Amendment, and a survey in the same issue reported that Christians favored it by a 3-to-1 margin, (50) Evangelicals in 1974 also witnessed the publication of Letha Scanzoni and Nancy Hardesty's All We're Meant to Be.
All families have discernible patterns, forms, values, norms and roles (Handel, 1985; Kingsbury & Scanzoni, 1993).
Professor Cochran traces the birth and early years of biblical feminism, including the strong evangelical (72) roots of Nancy Hardesty, editor of Eternity, a Christian magazine, and Letha Scanzoni, (73) a writer who challenged traditional evangelical views of women's roles.
Scanzoni (1977) made the strongest effort to outline the relevance of shifts in gender roles for consumer behaviour.
Rino Scanzoni, Gerente de inversiones del grupo M, dijo que se sentiria satisfecho con un promedio de rating para comerciales minuto a minuto para todo un show, presumiblemente para comprar dentro del show en lugar de hacerlo en un punto especifico de corte en la tanda publicitaria.
A 1977 Round Table lesson plan included Letha Scanzoni and Nancy Hardesty's All We're Meant to Be and Gladys Hunt's Ms.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1977), and Letha Scanzoni and Nancy Hardesty, All We're Meant to Be (Waco, Tex.
Having examined the Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic sources from which the English translations of the Bible are derived, these researchers suggested that neither the Old nor the New Testaments provide an indisputable position on homosexuality (Cannon, 2005; Farajeje-Jones, 1998; Helminiak, 2000; McNeil, 1976; Scanzoni & Mollenkott, 1994; Scroggs, 1983).