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To test the level of anxiety of the groups, we conducted a 2 (HA: HHA, LHA) x 2 (coping strategy: blunter, monitor) analysis of variance (ANOVA) for STAI-T and STAI-S scores, separately.
A similar argument was put in even blunter terms by Digby Jones, the former head of employers' organisation the CBI - and a former Trade Minister in a Labour government, when Gordon Brown was Prime Minister (although he never joined the Labour Party).
Bordo's new paintings are somewhat larger in size than they used to be, but they feel much bigger, with a blunter, more robust facture and a more implacable presence.
While Eli Yishhai, Israeli's Interior Minister was blunter about the operation in Gaza, "The goal of the operation is to send Gaza back to the Middle-Ages.
In blunter terms, someone must be responsible for the pitiful state of affairs in many Arab states, whether it involves politics, the economy or society.
Our societal failure to resolve these issues has led the environmental and regulatory community to focus instead on blunter tools, such as efficiency regulations.
Education Reform and National Security." The message is even blunter in one of the chapter titles, "The Education Crisis Is a National Security Crisis." The council points to a slew of subpar standardized test scores as well as to the surprising fact that 75 percent of young people don't qualify for military service.
Throughout 2011, the African Fisherman in association with affiliated safari operators and suppliers launched the Subscription Competition aimed at rewarding one lucky reader, three times a year for their support of the both the African Fisherman and the African blunter magazines.
The work places dental evolution in larger vertebrates, like humans, in perspective: they took the alternative route, developing less efficient but less breakable, blunter teeth, to which greater force can be applied by jaw muscles.
The failure of talks precedes either eventual agreement in 2013, or the imposition of imposed cuts which are likely to be blunter than politicians would like.
He's just as direct, and blunter, in his description of how Sculley "systematically destroyed" the values of Apple.
We all like politicians who say what they think - and campaigners opposed a directly elected mayor for Birmingham could hardly have been blunter. Their campaign website can be found at "", and the gist of their argument is clear before you even finish typing the address into your web browser.