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Also, the findings of table 1, indicates that there is a positive and significant relationship between ambivalent attachment styles and marital satisfaction of the male and female staff.
In what promises to be a fascinating race, Ambivalent gets the nod over Venus De Milo.
The researchers found that among couples where both spouses felt ambivalent toward the other, there was significantly more calcium buildup in the arteries.
Her evolving insights about her family heritage, her place in the world within and apart from this legacy, and its effects on her life choices are the driving force behind The Ambivalent Memoirist:
Ambivalent won a Listed race at Newbury last August.
So these recent statements on the Shanghai cooperation and on the Halki school are nothing but expressions of ambivalent desires.
Her siblings include a 14-furlong winner and a successful hurdler, so there is evidently plenty of stamina in the pedigree and Ambivalent could be something of a surprise package.
Prospective assessment of pregnancy intention as a multidimensional concept may increase health care providers' ability to identify women who are ambivalent toward pregnancy and to tailor contraceptive and preconception messages to improve population-level pregnancy outcomes.
This would explain his ambivalent attitude to Wales and the Welsh, and why he sees himself as the hammer of the nationalists.
Any college-level collection strong in Canada history in general and US-Canada relations in particular thus needs Canada and the United States: Ambivalent Allies, a 4th updated edition extensively rewritten and updated to reflect new scholarly arguments and discoveries on the nature and analysis of cultural, economic and political developments.
Mordred is tern between the desire to please his domineering, embittered mother, who is consumed by her hatred for Arthur; his own ambivalent feelings toward his powerful father; and his search for a man te love.
In his ambivalent ruling, Judge Laramee left both sides of the "right"--to-die debate in confusion.