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When those clients expressed concern about a loss of sexual desire, they said some prodders concluded that the problem originated with the woman rather than exploring how a woman's social environment, her relationship with her partner, or other factors might be affecting her sexual desire.
Monks is a pusher and a prodder and holds everything to a higher standard.
You prodder of imagination with no imagination of your own
He states, "We may not be responsible for better schools, or be the provider of health care or jobs, per se, but it is our responsibility to engage the community as a convener and facilitator, and to be a prodder to get people to work on those issues since they all contribute to a healthy Escondido.
Systems on display at the conference ranged from large, high-tech machines like JINGOSS to the inexpensive Instrumented Prodder, a hand-held prod that is able to identify the type of material it contacts.
Donaldson, 'Transkei Development Strategy: An Interim Report', Prodder Annual, 1990; and 'Dependent Transkei: The Economics of a Labour Reserve and a Caretaker Regime', in A.
Bass (1985) argued that a leader can be an intellectual stimulation to employees when the leader acts as a teacher and prodder of inquiry and questioning.
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Decks are clean with all lines hidden, foldable cleats, which should give unobstructed access to the bow where an asymmetric can fly from the prodder.
He told police he thought it was a pig or cattle prodder which he claimed to have taken from a youth to stop trouble in his area up to eight years ago.
A landmine operator can only clear 35 sq m per day, using a prodder.