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Then they discuss implications for understanding the region in the sixth and seventh centuries and the Angles there; and the status, social context, and economy of the Mote of Mark.
Under Federal law, on the other hand, the Defense of Marriage Act prevents same-sex spouses from taking advantage of certain rights granted to married couples, such as filing status, Social Security benefits and the estate tax marital deduction; see Hillary, Goodridge v.
by developing paradigms and/or statistical models to test the interaction of such variables as knowledge, prior education, cognitive status, social support, community influence, technology, and health care access on health care decisions).
The significantly increased risk was not attenuated by adjustment for maternal age, height, smoking, status, social deprivation, and interpregnancy interval or for key outcomes of the first pregnancy, including birth weight percentile, preterm delivery, and perinatal death.
Hate crimes definition: Crimes motivated by bias or prejudice related to actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation or beliefs, membership or activity in or on behalf of a labor organization or against a labor organization, physical or mental handicap, age, economic status, social status, or citizenship of the victim.
Seven determinants were identified including income and social status, social support networks, employment and working conditions, education, physical environments, personal health practices and coping skills, health services and culture.
Her insights, unencumbered by status, social fads, and affectations, were clear, precise, and always beautiful by their economy and simplicity.
Buchanan does more than most commentators by emphasizing the association between health and socioeconomic status, social supports, and racism, and by underscoring the importance of aligning with local communities.
Four areas in particular: education, economic and employment status, social characteristics, and the relationship between the community and the state informed a decidedly Russian Deaf cultural identity.