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Substance abuse
1. A street term for marijuana. See Marijuana.
2. Moonshine, see there.
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Abraham Kuyper, Ons Huis (Amsterdam: De Hoogh, 1873), 24; Pro Rege 2:377.
Funk Sjoerd de Hoogh, Msc Architecture, BNA, TNO, Dutch Centre for Health Assets
The set started with a superb point for Riga with Spijkers picking up a difficult ball, Wyles leaping to set and De Hoogh finishing off with great power and from their Riga opened up a four-point lead they never relinquished.
This enabled calculation of annual average concentrations for all sites, as previously reported (de Hoogh et al.
First, both perceived and actual group destructive leadership were effective predictors of the Chinese millennial employees' innovative behavior, confirming that leadership style has an important influence on employees' performance, work attitudes, and behavior (Kalshoven, Den Hartog, & De Hoogh, 2011).
van Lier EA, Oomen PJ, Oostenbrug MW, Zwakhals SL, Drijfhout IH, de Hoogh PA, et al.
Furthermore, in order to isolate the effects of agreeableness and extraversion on loyalty towards the leader, we also controlled for the other three personality traits, a common practice in personality research (Judge, LePine, & Rich, 2006; Kalshoven, Den Hartog, & De Hoogh, 2010).
If they (Serb authorities) were more strongly involved, the conclusion would still be the same that they did not prevent genocide, but because of their involvement there might be reasons to reopen the issue of compensation," said Andre de Hoogh, a lecturer in international law at Groningen University.
Kees de Hoogh and John Giling finished a number of rallies with impressive hits while Dave Nason cannily moved his serves around and Sheffield went on to take the set 25-21.
10] (copper, iron, zinc, sulfur, nickel, vanadium, silicon, and potassium) as indicators of exposure (de Hoogh et al.
With a positive self-view, narcissists may show extreme self-confidence and self-esteem, and are more likely than others are to self-promote and self-nominate (Nevicka, De Hoogh, Van Vianen, Beersma, & McIlwain, 2011).
van Lier EA, Oomen PJ, Oostenbrug MWM, Zwakhals SLN, Drijfhout IH, de Hoogh PAAM, et al.