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Meyer O., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Cantor tube.
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Diferentes estudios han mostrado que son las mujeres las que reconocen con mas precision las expresiones emocionales de los demas (Boyatzis, Chazan y Ting, 1993; Rotter y Rotter, 1988).
This is especially important to Taglit, as it is the hope that participants will return committed to the Jewish community but also to the larger community around them (Saxe & Chazan, 2008).
Chazan named six reasons why she believed BDS was harmful:
Chazan is a professor emeritus of political science and African studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a former member of the Israeli Knesset (parliament) from 1992-2003.
In a later case, Berkes, Kahn, Chazan, and Garella (1975) described chronic thermal hemolysis in a 62-year-old male patient exposed to 50[degrees]C dialysate.
Naomi Chazan, president of the liberal New Israel Fund, denounced a bill approved by Israel's cabinet on Sunday to outlaw public displays of mourning over Israel's birth, which Palestinians call "naqba", an Arabic word for catastrophe.
Colodner R, Rock W, Chazan B, Keller N, Guy N, Sakran W, et al.
Chazan, Naomi "Africa's Democratic Challenge" World Policy Journal, vol.
Lilian Chazan afirma que "la transformacion del examen en espectaculo y objeto de consumo es fundamental dentro del proceso de construccion del feto como Persona, en la medida en que le confiere visibilidad en una cultura en la cual lo visual es preponderante".
Chazan (1991, 298) reports that women comprised about 50 percent of the membership of the 170 peace and protest groups, and pro-peace parties that sprang up in Israel in the late 1980s.
Guy Chazan, Russia to Tighten Access to Oil and Gas Reserves,