Costen

Cos·ten

(kos'tĕn),
James B., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1895-1962. See: Costen syndrome.
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Lennis is survived by four children and their spouses; Mark Pawley and Marci Gutierrez of Oro Valley, Arizona; Cliff and Sherrie Pawley of San Juan Capistrano, California; Sherida and Chuck Evans of Vergennes; and Andrea and David Costen of Virginia Beach, Virginia; grandchildren, Courtney Evans, Jaymee McKinnies, Amanda Boyle, Elena Barnes and Bethany Pawley; and great-grandchildren, Brayden, Aubrey, Forrest, Hattie, Baker and Lillian.
The three exploratory studies on women managers in casino resorts (Costen et al., 2003; Schaap, 2008, Schaap, Stedham, & Yamamura, 2008) are all 10 years or older, have relatively small sample sizes, and are not representative of today's expanded regional U.S.
COSTEN, THE CATHARS AND THE ALBIGENSIAN Crusade (1997);
Costen, "From Rank-N to Rank-1 face recognition based on motion similarity," in Proceedings of the 20th British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC '09), pp.
Costen's Syndrome-also known as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ)-is a painful condition which affects the joint connecting the jawbone to the skull.
"This restyled building's aesthetically pleasing designs and decor are ready for the most 'Upscale' clientele and events," says Costen. She continues, "The goal for 3 Way Studios is to create a higher platform in the 'South' connecting the elite: celebrities, entertainment executives, film makers, actors/actresses, beauty experts, bloggers, media outlets, and industry executives.
Evelyn Joel's daughter Eleanor, 41, and her 43-year-old partner Jonathan Costen denied the unlawful death.
Staff member Lena Buccelli Costen cataloged the new collection and aided in the preparation of a book with tips and creative suggestions for achieving the perfect confection.
Studies that have compared the effects of facial and non-facial masks (that is, masks that do not contain face stimuli) or of masks that contain different levels of facial information, have shown that the presence of facial information in the mask is crucial to produce significant masking in face identification (Costen, Shepherd, Ellis, & Craw, 1994; Loffler, Gordon, Wilkinson, Goren, & Wilson, 2005).