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resource

 [re´sors]
a person or group of persons serving as an available support and source of aid because of intellectual or personal capabilities.

resource

The components of a system–eg, equipment, space, and labor, available to perform a task Managed care The source of financial support–eg, insurance, personal income

resource

(rē′sors″, rē-sors′) [Fr. ressourse, relief, resource]
1. An asset, valuable commodity, or service.
2. Anything, e.g., medical supplies, held in reserve.

renewable resource

Any material that replenishes itself, grows naturally in the environment, or is constant, e.g., vegetable matter and wood, solar radiation, wave action, or wind.

resource

  1. any potential product of an area.
  2. a food supply.

Patient discussion about resource

Q. What resources are available in Seattle, Washington to help with an autistic child?

A. i miss Seattle... here is a link to "Autism Spectrum Treatment and Research (ASTAR) Center". a well know establishment:

http://www.astarcenter.org/

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To date, no research has investigated whether the factors that predict sexual resourcefulness and consent to unwanted sexual activity in undergraduate women also applies to undergraduate men.
Job resourcefulness refers to 'the enduring disposition to garner scarce resources and overcome obstacles in pursuit of job-related goals' (Licata, Mowen, Harris, & Brown, 2003, p.
When asked about his prospecting success, Dave opened a double desk drawer, which contained a mass of directories and bound lists, the result of Dave's daily, weekly and continuous employment of imagination and resourcefulness in pursuit of "suspects" who might easily be reclassified as prospects.
These proposals indicate that parents can accomplish a great deal in terms of instilling good self-control in their children by providing them a supportive learning environment to develop and expand their learned resourcefulness repertoire.
This deal would not have been possible without the patience, cooperation and resourcefulness of the multiple parties involved.
These include such fascinating subjects as the simple wonder of a child, civility, graciousness, resourcefulness, veracity, unpretentiousness, and humor.
Coded" means, too, following the lead of Lois Potter and others and recovering, at times with Empsonian resourcefulness, the complex structure of biblical tropes or persons that resonate strongly with Vaughan's perceived circumstances--the figure of the patriarchal Jacob, for instance, or "Jacobs Bed" as shorthand for the true church recalled by Vaughan in "Regeneration," or of Hezekiah and the subject of sickness and giving thanks in Silex.
For our honorees, resourcefulness transcends the state of the economy.
He sides in a significant way with another set of writers who view the period from 1943-1975 "as a rather fortunate interlude, a testimony to the resourcefulness and ingenuity of its people" (p.
The aircraft has survived due to its extreme versatility and resourcefulness, and the ongoing success of the Annual Norseman Floatplane Festival in Red Lake.
Forever jealous of his brother's resourcefulness and good nature, Salacotta attempts to foil Soliday's good intentions.
We're looking forward to adding these publications to our portfolio and expanding the resourcefulness of our product line--up".