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morf

A regional slang term for morphine.
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MV Praveen, Managing Director, MORF INDIA said; "Today we are at an inflection point and therefore this investment, at this juncture, is very important to execute our growth strategies.
Head of the brand since its inception in 2000, Morf is focused on doing things properly.
Emmons (1987) linked narcissism to extreme emotional liability and strong reactions, which could include anger and rage (Kernis, Grannemann, and Barclay, 1989; Rhodewalt and Morf, 1995).
The members of MYST family includes Ybf2/SaS3 (something about silence), Sas2 and Tip60 (Tat interacting protein) MOZ (monocytic leukemia zinc finger protein) and MORF (MOZ related factor) (41).
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The RNLI crew then set course for Conwy to land the two casualties from the speed boat incident but off Conwy Morf a had to divert to a yacht with engine problems and whose crew were not familiar with local inshore waters and channels.
In Aus romanischen Sprachen und Literaturen: Festschrift Heinrich Morf, 175-232.
Consequently, the interpersonal relationships of narcissists fluctuate between contempt for others and over-idealizing them (Rhodewalt & Morf, 1995; Rosenhan & Seligman, 1989).
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Other results point to the discounting function of self-handicapping whereby self-referent attributes such as ability, competence, or intelligence are attenuated as salient sources of performance failure (Greenberg, Pyszczynski, & Paisley, 1985; Rhodewalt & Davison, 1986; Rhodewalt & Hill, 1995; Rhodewalt, Morf, Hazlett, & Fairfield, 1991; Schouten & Handelsman, 1987).