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Smeltzer and colleagues analyzed and examined the role of consolers as information resources in the beginning of economical activities, in 1991.
NNA - "Lebanese Forces" Head Samir Geagea continued to receive consolers at his Mrab residence on the passing away of his father, namely the Representative of the Syriac Catholic Archbishop Georges Moussa, Russian Ambassador Alexander Zasypkin, and Canadian Ambassador Hillary Child Adams.
These people--artists, inventors, designers, storytellers, caregivers, consolers, big-picture thinkers--will now reap society's richest rewards and share its greatest joys.
Our embassies around the world through their commercial consolers are inviting large number of potential buyers to visit this expo and it will benefit Pakistani exports, as well as Pakistani medical field," Bajwa told KUNA.
If we presume that Brooks's (albeit poor) white woman shares this cultural attitude of black women as consolers and confidantes, it may explain the woman's reluctance to consider the black mother's feelings (since the relationship between white and black women was one-sided--a comfort to white women in need of support and a denial of the same support to black women themselves).
Hitherto starved consolers can get to grips with some proper historical real time strategy.
In addition to working his current My Old, Familiar Friend album, Benson is expected to reconvene with his Raconteurs bandmates sometime this year to start work on the follow-up to 2008' s Consolers Of The Lonely.
They've recorded two albums, Broken Boy Soldiers and Consolers Of The Lonely, which was released last year.
Powell, meanwhile, teamed up with Jack White and Joe Chiccarelli to produce the critically acclaimed and Grammy-winning (Best Engineered, Non-Classical) Consolers of the Lonely by The Raconteurs.