During the study, each child was asked to imitate and observe
80 photographs depicting various emotions - anger, fear, happiness, sadness.
It's a difficulty," observes Mike Rounds, governor of South Dakota, where 21 percent of reservists and Guard troops have been activated.
Many area first responders are getting hit with double duty," Schumer correctly observes.
46] Given the obvious ambiguity of this record, Wistrich observes, it is odd that not only the Vatican but many Catholics have felt the need to defend him at all costs.
Wistrich observes that Cardinal Bertram of Breslau, ranking prelate in German Catholicism throughout the period of the Third Reich, condemned Nazism in print in 1931, but after Hitler rose to power his objections became "increasingly timid and inaudible.
Although this type of biological control is becoming increasingly common in agriculture and gardening, it has never been attempted in a marine environment, observes Armand M.
To date, "the whole history of marine pests has been one of complete fatalism," observes Kuris.
For every case we have examined," he observes
, "there are hundreds of other communities that have experienced similar conflict surrounding efforts to establish religion in public schools.
Religious beliefs also have served as a potent barrier to the acceptance of more circumscribed areas of science, observes
anthropologist Eugenie C.
Moreover, Skakkebaek observes
, men who lose both testicles often develop psychological problems that hormone-replacement therapy cannot address.
Balloon flights will continue -- several are planned for early 1988 -- and Solar Max will continue to observe