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The procedure attempts to detect serotype replacement by attempting to reject a null model that incorporates the effect of unmasking alone.
starting up behind the trees, unmasking a tiny figure
La Rochefoucauld and the Language of Unmasking in Seventeenth-century France.
But Lerner is right that the ideology of patriarchy has been unmasked, and she has done more than her part in the unmasking.
An essential primer encouraging clinicians to use the therapeutic skills of observation and clinical curiosity they already possess, Unmasking Psychological Symptoms explores more than one hundred medical conditions - including thyroid disorders, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, sleep apnea, HIV, Lyme disease, and many other disorders that produce psychological symptoms.
Debate persisted over whether Rice did something wrong by unmasking the identities and whether the action lent credence to Trump's unsubstantiated claims that the Obama administration wiretapped phones at Trump Tower.
Citing a lack of historical consciousness in the field of public and administrative organizations that leads to the potential for administrative evil, Adams and Balfour present the updated and revised fourth edition of Unmasking Administrative Evil with the addition of a new focus on the private sector as well.
TWO UK jihadis could hold the key to unmasking executioner John.
Unmasking Apocalyptic Texts: A Guide To Preaching And Teaching by Dorothy Jonaitis (Institute Of Theology, St.
It also acknowledges Kant while undercutting him, functioning as homage while unmasking the ambiguities of language, and positioning Gallo as both heir and pretender.
Although Camille grows to love her prince, she follows some bad advice from her greedy mother and betrays Alain by unmasking him.
The Unmasking of Oscar Wilde by Joseph Pearce (HarperCollins, $29.