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die·ner

(dē'nĕr),
A laboratory worker who assists in cleaning; most commonly applied to laboratory workers who assist in the performance of autopsies and maintenance of morgues.
[Ger. Diener, servant]

diener

[dē′nər]
Etymology: Ger, man-servant
an individual who maintains the hospital laboratory or equipment and facilities. The morgue diener may also assist the pathologist in performing autopsies.
An attendant who maintains and cleans the hospital morgue, and who may assist in performing autopsies
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Nietzsche thought it was a bad sign of the times that even rulers have lost the courage of their positions, and that a man of Frederick the Great's power and distinguished gifts should have been able to say: "Ich bin der erste Diener des Staates" (I am the first servant of the State.
He is the coauthor, with Ben Dean, of Positive Psychology Coaching: Putting the Science of Happiness to Work for Your Clients (published by Wiley) and, with his father, Ed Diener, of Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psychological Wealth, (published by Wiley-Blackwell).
LS is the cognitive component of subjective well-being (Diener, Inglehart, & Tay, 2013; Pavot & Diener, 1993).
The latter also distinguishes two subcomponents: Positive and Negative Affection (Lucas, Diener & Suh, 1996; Sandin, Chorot, Lostao, Joiner, Santed & Valiente, 1999), and another cognitive component, which has been called "Satisfaction with Life" (Andrews & Withey, 1976).
Study leader Ed Diener, an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Illinois who is also a senior scientist with the Gallup Organization, analyzed data from the 2005-2009 Gallup World Poll, a survey of people in more than 150 countries that included questions about religious affiliation, life satisfaction, respect, social support and positive and negative feelings.
He sounded better in the slow second movement than elsewhere, but the glory there really belonged to flutist Anne Diener Zentner and clarinetist Lorin Levee, both producing lovely phrases.
Schmidlin were responsible for the external envelope of the Forum 3 building in Basel designed by Swiss architects Diener & Diener.
Hace dos decadas, Edward Diener, interesandose por la medida en que las personas estan satisfechas con sus vidas, abrio un nuevo campo de investigacion en psicologia que se conoce como "bienestar subjetivo".
In the great Pomard Hall of the museum (recently expanded by the architects Diener & Diener), several anamorphoses made of words and figures were integrated into an imaginary landscape.
The researchers led by University of Illinois professor Ed Diener found that fulfillment of a diversity of needs, as defined by Maslow, do appear to be universal and important to individual happiness.
Bart Diener, assistant general manager of Service Employees International Union, Local 660, said the 50,000 employees he represents only received a raise of 5 percent in the last three years.
Royal Institute of British Architects, London Bracing survey of work by contemporary Swiss architects including Diener & Diener, Peter Markli and Peter Zumthor who have transformed the reputation of sleepy Switzerland into a cutting edge international force.