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meaning-making

The efforts made by the friends and family of a person who died unexpectedly to understand the reason for that person’s death, especially if it was a suicide.
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Understanding, therefore, seems to promise a type of completeness, of sufficiency.
To create a reliable program manager development program, an organization must first have a clear and thorough understanding of the position or positions involved.
Students developed an understanding that adapting to changing group members took time.
In some ways their hearts were more open to receiving the gifts of the Holy Spirit--wisdom, understanding, right judgment, courage, knowledge, reverence, and wonder and awe--once they were old enough to reflect on what that meant for their lives.
This unified workflow environment enables collaboration and helps the different functional roles work together with an understanding of their specific requirements in the context of a view of the bigger picture.
The new SAS also provides guidance on the use of an information technology professional in understanding the effect of IT on the audit.
NIEHS scientists have contributed much toward understanding basic biology, genotoxicity, endocrine disruption, cell signaling, and oxidative stress, as well as to public health through understanding of morbidity and mortality of air pollution.
For example, in his analysis of Middle Passage, Storhoff defines the novel's trajectory as Rutherford Calhoun's "emotional separation from Falcon, toward a Buddhist understanding of emptiness and dependent origination" (168).
Before doing so, however, I want to raise some questions about Stout's understanding of the democracy I am alleged to have convinced Christians to give up.
Finally, the contributors of this text believe that due to the various forms of diversity the value of the book is in the creation of dialogue, which creates a space for mutual understanding and ultimately for mutual enrichment.
Good marketing, of course, always begins with careful analysis of the market environment, identifying and evaluating the value of key segments, prioritizing segments and understanding unique needs of selected targets.
Although homeopaths do not ignore the conventional understanding of disease, what essentially needs to be healed is not a disease with a name, but rather a repeating pattern of dysfunction that is at the root of the development of a disease, disorder, or other type of suffering on the mental, emotional, or physical level.

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