Title: acceptance of disability and the mexican american culture, By: Smart, Julie F., Smart, David W., Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 0034-3552, June 1, 1991, Vol. 34, Issue 4 DatabaseTitle: acceptance of disability and the mexican american culture, By: Smart, Julie F., Smart, David W., Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 0034-3552, June 1, 1991, Vol. 34, Issue 4 Database
Title: acceptance of disability and the mexican american culture, By: Smart, Julie F., Smart, David W., Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 0034-3552, June 1, 1991, Vol. 34, Issue 4
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The Socio-Legal Implications of Women’s Work in the Informal Sector: a case Study of Women Domestic Workers in Pakistan
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Toward Better Crisis ManagementToward Better Crisis Management
Internet, in magazine articles, and the like. This paper examines some well-known crises, experts’ opinions about how those crises were managed, and suggestions on how those crises could have been better handled
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“And he shall live by them and not die by them:”“And he shall live by them and not die by them:”
The doctor responded, “It would not be a bad idea.” Reb Chaim immediately turned to his son and asked him to turn the light higher. Reb Moshe intuitively exclaimed: “It is the Sabbath. Ask the doctor if he really needs more light.”
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Introduction but it’s a Dry HeatIntroduction but it’s a Dry Heat
Mexican-American discourse surrounding the implementation of the bills; citing the language, the history, and the actions of the bills’ sponsors as vindictive, ruthless, and hostile
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Shap Journal 2003/2004 Wealth and PovertyShap Journal 2003/2004 Wealth and Poverty
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We can’t get through to Slovenia. Galiene keeps calling and calling, but each time, the answer is the same: all international calls are down
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The Solitude of SelfThe Solitude of Self
Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage on January 20. Reaction to the speech was highly favorable, both within and outside the woman suffrage movement
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3 The Sacred Sources of Islam3 The Sacred Sources of Islam
Here I would like to give attention to both external scholarship and internal statements of faith, in providing brief accounts of the sacred sources of Islam in the Prophet Muhammad, the Qur'an, and the complex known as Islamic law
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The BreadwinnerThe Breadwinner
Parvana felt the shadow before she saw it, as the man moved between her and the sun. Turning her head, she saw the dark turban that was the uniform of the Taliban. A rifle was slung across his chest as casually as her father's shoulder bag had been slung
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