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achor

An antiquated term, the modern equivalents of which may be:
(1) A papular eruption on hairy skin;
(2) An acuminate pustule;
(3) A scaly facial eruption of young children.
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According to Achor, the problem is that most of us have gotten the success/happiness formula backward.
Over the past five years, I've researched happiness in 49 countries," says Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage.
Achor argues that optimists cope better in stressful situations and are able to maintain high levels of well-being during times of hardship, allowing them to sustain outstanding performance in a demanding work environment.
Shawn Achor, leading expert on the connection between happiness and success and author of the national bestseller "The Happiness Advantage," will deliver the keynote address at the conference.
My coming here, I respected you the president of the Republic of South Sudan that is why I return home urgently, am not going back, we have come back for peace, peace is peace, if child had a problem and left home but the father called him back and asked him to listen to him, you should not refuse to come that is why I have come back," said Achor.
Despite current difficulties, there is always something to be grateful for," said Achor.
The fighting happening in Wau is a result of unknown gunmen who ambushed soldiers from division five and killed six soldiers yesterday [Sunday]," said Achor.
These talks are progressing well," Achor told Sudan Tribune on Monday.
We discussed administrative matters and the role of the state governments in implementation of peace agreement," said Achor.
In his 2010 best-seller The Happiness Advantage, SUCCESS magazine contributing editor Shawn Achor introduced us to the connection between success and happiness.
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July 2, 2016 (JUBA)- The newly appointed Governor of Wau state, Andrea Mayar Achor, has unveiled his plans to restore stability in a region, which experienced violent onflict in whereby over 40 people were killed, according to the national government spokesperson.