NIDR


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NIDR

National Institute of Dental Research.
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These cases are not reported to NIDR because the laboratory diagnosis is missing.
"Traditional Navajo Dispute Resolution in the Navajo Peacemaker Court." NIDR Forum (Spring).
Details: Zaynab Falman, 248-641-4774; Nicollete Kaptur, 248-524-3448; fax, 248-524-9023; Steve Toth, 248-689-1687; NIDR, 202-667-9700; fax: 202-667-8629.
In 1990 I had a faculty position at Boston University with an emphasis on negotiation and conflict resolution and a grant from the National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR).
These include the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR), which has an interest in pain and the relationship between temporomandibular disorders and fibromyalgia; the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), which has an interest in pain research; and three offices within the NIH Office of the Director: the Office of Alternative Medicine, the Office of Research on Women's Health, and the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.
The National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR), which turned 50 this year, is the recent recipient of a name change.
Finally, the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR) in Bethesda, Md., is a week away from beginning a pilot study of 30 to 50 Navy recruits to monitor leaching of five suspect compounds from dental sealants.
* The National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR), 1726 M St., NW, Washington, D.C.
Yet, the ADA, FDA, USPHS, NIDR and others in mainstream health and dentistry maintain that "There is no health reason not to use amalgam, except in the extremely rare case of the patient who is allergic to a component of amalgam."
The Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval (NIDR) project is an initiative to examine problems of identifying, selecting, and retrieving information in a widely distributed heterogeneous environment facing the networked information community.
The National Institute for Dispute Resolution (NIDR) dedicated a recent issue of Forum to the prevention of youth violence.
As a parallel to the dragon's den as a dwelling rather than a tomb, Joseph Harris has cited the description of Fafnir's den in Fafnismal, which refers to a dwelling dug into the ground, though it is of iron, not stone; it has hurdir af iarni oc gaetti; af iarni voro oc allir timbrstoccar i husino, enn grafit i iord nidr. (53) Interestingly, souterrains are frequently associated with hidden treasure, and the dragon's den is associated primarily with a hord; (54) of course, tombs also frequently contain treasure, but if the hord mentioned by Beowulf is intended as grave-goods, then it could only honor the last survivor himself.