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tarry

/tar·ry/ (tahr´e)
1. filled with or covered by tar.
2. thick, dark; resembling tar.

tarry

said of feces that are black and glutinous. See also melena.
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21) August Tarrier and Suzanna Danuta Walters, on the other hand, share a rather less forgiving understanding of that connection between 'feminism' and its 'post' than does Brooks.
Studies to date have largely focused on trauma exposed (Roy-Byrne, Berliner, Russo, Zatzick & Pitman, 2003; Angelo, Miller, Zoellner & Feeny, 2008) or undergraduate samples (Becker, Darius, & Schaumberg, 2007; Tarrier, Liversidge, & Gregg, 2006; Zoellner, Feeny, Cochran, & Pruitt, 2003), with only subsamples pointing to preferences for individuals with chronic PTSD.
Haddock G, Devane S, Bradshaw T, McGovern J, Tarrier N, Kinderman P, Baguley I, Lancashire S, Harris N.
1998; Tarrier, Barrowclough, Vaughn, & Bamrah, 1989), reduced psychiatric symptoms (Leff; Left, Kuipers, Berkowitz, Eberlein-Vries, & Sturgeon, 1982; Left, Kuipers, Berkowitz, & Sturgeon, 1985; Tarrier et al.
However, studies that include outcome measures that focus on these domains indicate that there are consistent global and diverse treatment gains (Marks, Lovell, Noshirvani, Livanou, & Thrasher, 1998; Tarrier, Pilgrim et al.
Oude Voshaar RC, Banerjee S, Horan M, Baldwin R, Pendleton N, Proctor R, Tarrier N, Woodward Y, Burns A.
However, CBT can also be applied to specific psychotic symptoms such as delusions (Haddock, Tarrier, Spaulding, Yusupoff, Kinney, & McCarthy, 1998).
However, PE can have high rates of treatment noncompliance (Foa, Rothbaum, Riggs, & Murdock, 1991; Vaughan & Tarrier, 1992) and low enrollment (Rothbaum, et.
Mueser KT, Corrigan PW, Hilton DW, Tanzman B, Schaub A, Gingerich S, Essock SM, Tarrier N, Morey B, Voge-Scibilia S, Herz MI.
2005; Foa, Rothbaum, Riggs, & Murdock, 1991), combat veterans (Keane, Fairbank, Caddell, & Zimering, 1989), motor vehicle accident survivors (Blanchard & Hickling, 2004), adult victims of childhood sexual abuse (Cloitre, Koenen, Cohen, & Han, 2002) and various crime related traumas (Marks, Lovell, Noshirvani, Livanou, & Thrasher, 1998; Tarrier et al.