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PRAISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Amlodipine Survival Evaluation Trial–that evaluated the efficacy of amlodipine therapy in Pts with CHF. See Amlodipine, Heart failure.
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This indicates that although the initial training was somewhat helpful in increasing teacher praise, the real change in praising behavior occurred after the teachers engaged in self-reflection of their own practices.
Instead of migration to a friend and praising, ordered their journey to the holy places to pilgrimage and the hardness of the way and the places where they were going.
Ghosh knows it's important to strike a fine balance between praising and punishing her children.
Without righteous obedience there is no real praising of God.
When you are praising them you should make sure you sound like you mean it and are giving them your attention.
For example, instead of praising a child for being 'good', it would be more effective to say: 'I like the way you helped your little brother to get dressed--that was very kind of you.
Place a simple instrument (stick, spoon, pots & pans) in their hands and let them experience the rhythm of the tune while praising God.
Pruett, a Christian for 43 years, openly shares that she has only experienced praising for 20 of them.
Levinson, finds in the letters of Margaret Laurence a strategy of praising "to make connections" and create "community" among "Canadian writers" (63).
The debate was mostly polite in tone, with the candidates even praising each other at various points.
The congressman's office issued a related May 9th release also praising President Bush for maintaining an anti-ICC stance: "[President Bush] deserves our praise and our support for bravely standing against the ICC and against UN bureaucrats who have so little regard for our laws.
111) Marriage orators were, accordingly, particularly concerned with praising the beauty of both bride and groom.