Work environment also affects nurse satisfaction and turnover (Aiken & Patrician, 2000; Hegyvary & Haussman, 1976; Verran
& Ingersoll, 1998).
A workman prince, a king where blackness lowers, A noble in a suit of flannel clad, Whose soul beyond earths selfish valley towers, Where holy sunlight makes the spirit glad, And Michael Verran
was the Cornish name he had.
, H., Christie, M., Anbins-King, B., van Weeren, T., & Yunupingu, W.
Wilson (ed), Rationality, Oxford, Blackwell, 1991; Helen Verran
, Science and an African Logic, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2001.
/ Zelo divin, per cui dalle crudeli / Destre l'armi togliendosi, dal varco / D'orrida notte alme molte, e molte / Tratte al Sentier verran
, Helen and Michael Christie 2007 'Using/ designing digital technologies of representation in Aboriginal Australian knowledge practices', Human Technology: Interdisciplinary Journal of Humans in ICT Environments 3(2):214-27.
She married Verran
Charles Borgstedt on March 27, 1958, in Las Vegas.
I am particularly indebted to Peter Bornschlegell, Philipp Osten, David Condylis, and Helen Verran
. I also would like to thank Cynthia Miller and Bow van Riper for very helpful comments and suggestions during the editing process.
Earlier this summer John Verran
, regional bee inspector for Wales, spoke of his optimism that June's heatwave would provide a welcome boost by pushing populations back to near normal.
For mer soldier Peter Verran
, 46, who met Hewlett at a campsite in Morocco, in May, 2007, has said he admitted parking a van close to the McCanns' complex on several occasions.