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Mark Steyn, "The Slyer Virus: The West's Anti-Westernism," The New Criterion 20, no.
Slyer echoes too in the Fire Sermon part of Eliot's Waste Land with its "dull canals," "rats," "gashouses"; "O the moon shone bright on Mrs.
slyer than I am, more cherishing of grudges, and not quite as smart as I'd
But there was another Voiture, a poet with a slyer wit who teased his audience with off-color remarks.
Norman's voyeurism confirms that, as we've already seen, his identity as Norman is divided between the friendly openfaced sincerity he offers Marion and the slyer, more secretive pleasures he takes in various private moments when he's somehow getting the better of others (seeing that Marion has used an alias, watching her undress, hiding her body in the swamp).
Competencies necessary for shared decision making include reflective practice, nurse-patient relationship, communication, assessment, cultural knowing, teaching and learning, ethical knowing, interprofessional practice, and negotiation (Truglio-Londrigan, 2013; Truglio-Londrigan, Slyer, Singleton, & Worral, 2014; Truglio-Londrigan, 2015).