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(6) David Hinderer, CMS/CA2/049, 17 May 1857; Henry Townsend, CMS/CA2/085, 4 January 1847.
Reid, T., Hinderer, K., Jarosinski, J., Mister, B., & Seldomridge, L.
According to Moira Hinderer, these relationships "train white children to understand their responsibility as benevolent superiors in a racial hierarchy" (47).
(15) See "The sufferings and deliverance of James Gerber, a twice-liberated African," Church Missionary Gleaner 1 (1850- 51): 20-23; CMS, CA2/O49, David Hinderer, journal, Dec.
[22.] F Groeber, M Holeiter, M Hampel, S Hinderer, KS Layland, Skin tissue engineering -In vivo and in vitro applications, Adv.
Compassion fatigue involves desensitization toward patients and subsequent loss of a nurse's ability to nurture or care adequately for patients (Hinderer et al., 2014).
Relationship between the Business Environment and Business Strategy Types: Evidence in Peruvian Companies, por Johny Ostos, Henning Hinderer y Edgardo Bravo.
Hinderer, "Global inter-annual gravity changes from GRACE: early results," Geophysical Research Letters, vol.
Related contemporary trends in IPE are simulation and e-learning (Cooper, Spencer-Dawe, & Mclean, 2005; Hinderer & Joyner, 2014; Kowitlawakul, 2014; Weinstein, 2010) and workshops or collaborative, problem-based modules (Cusack & O'Donoghue, 2012; Eccott, 2012; Lumague et al., 2006; Meffe, Claire Moravac, & Espin, 2012; O'Carroll, Baird, & Jackson, 2012).
Others in the window include missionaries Anne Cecile (1862-1905), Louise Stewart (1852-1895) and Anna Hinderer (1827-1870).
Mann: The people of Oyo have accepted the Faith, and Ibadan, the Reverend Hinderer is doing very well, not to mention the Revered Townsend in Abeokuta, and other--