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has operationalized this factor as social safeness and considered it as an output of the soothing-affiliation system which plays an important role in affect regulation system (Depue & Morrone-Strupinsky, 2005), by contributing to feelings of contentment, soothing, and safeness.
increase reliability and safeness of equipment work;
But that safeness, that hiddenness, has fooled some of us, and others, into believing that antisemitism no longer exists.
It is always important however to take professional advice when setting up a trust structure, as the safeness of the assets may be compromised if it is not clear who has responsibility for various aspects, or if so many powers are retained that the validity of the structure can be challenged.
The combination of high strength and ductility that provide modern AHSS can allow thinner components to be used in the cars construction and also to improve the safeness due to their high energy-absorption capabilities.
Sara realized her sense of need, a degree of dependency on the safeness Marta gave, and that it also brought with it a sense of non-aliveness, a void feeling in relationship to her life.
The major difference is that the domination matrix D is no longer employed; instead, while checking the safeness, we compute a digraph that encodes some dominations of interest of G.
The need to promote an open culture is therefore evident to encourage patients to request physician's advice in these matters and to participate in the evaluation of the safeness and effectiveness of CAM therapies (20, 23).
The jury this year consisted of famous designers and bicycle industry experts worldwide, who evaluated entries based on level of innovation, quality of design, choice of materials, environmental impact, range of function, load capacity, safeness, universal design as well as brand value and branding; while the products were entered in four categories: bicycles, components, clothing and equipment for cyclists, and accessories.
She still loves him, and the safeness and security of their relationship.
19] This is a random example, given that it fits very well to the situation in which Shohat and Stam (2002: 323) describe in this paragraph that directly address this way of looking at things: "the fact that the appearance of a white policeman in a movie, for example, may trigger in certain 'interpretative communities' a sense of tranquillity and safeness safety that people feel when protected, but can bring bitter memories and produce a sense of threat in other communities".
This is not strictly true, of course, but the past is always viewed nostalgically, through rose-colored glasses, and McGuffey's provides such imagined safeness and ease without either contemporary society's problems or Victorian brutal realities.