proal

pro·al

(prō'ăl),
Relating to a forward movement.
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proal

(prō′ăl) [Gr. pro, before]
Concerning forward movement.
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One with investor, restaurateur, and friend Proal Perry who he describes as, "a good looking man with a soft-spoken manner" with whom he co-owned MIRA in Key West.
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This occurred primarily because the prefrontal striatal circuits are responsible for the functioning of executive functions and the dysfunctions of these processes are correlated with ADHD (Castellanos & Proal, 2012).
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