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Stiver

1. The currency of Ceylon (modern Sri Lanka) from 1801 to 1821.

2. A currency used in Demerara-Essequibo (modern Guyana) before 1831.
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Sandy Stiver, 14, and her sister-in-law Martha Stiver, 17, disappeared in 1968 after running away from home in Philadelphia.
There is a lot of use [of our device] in Alaska--and it's the fastest growing [region]," Stiver says, noting that Alaska has poor cell phone coverage, high outdoor use, and a large number of pilots--as well as many commercial and recreational mariners.
A second generation Floridian, Stiver is a 50-year resident of the Gem Coast of Florida, the name given to the Englewood, Venice and Port Charlotte area.
One of the major tenets of RCT is that emotional connection for females leads to emotional growth (Miller & Stiver, 1997).
Faced with food shortages due to extreme weather conditions, the bears were "coming out of hibernation and moving all over the place trying to find food," recalls Bill Stiver, the park's chief wildlife biologist.
As campaigner Robert Stiver commented a few days ago, we need "ideas and commitments on how we can finally get serious, via a mass uprising, to 'out' Zionism beyond the choir and bring an end to the Palestinians' unbearable torment".
Stiver, The Philosophy of Religious Language: Sign, Symbol, and Story (Malden, MA, and Oxford, U.
Initially the Institute is offering two levels of scheme; a Stiver Scheme, for organisations with ten or more members and a Gold Scheme, applicable for organisations who fund 50 or more employees' memberships.
George, 2002; Duffey, 2005a; Jordan, 2001, 2010; Miller, 1986; Miller & Stiver, 1997).
If unable to work through the disconnections, she may become stuck in a cycle of condemned isolation or "locked out of the possibility of connection" (Miller & Stiver, 1997, p.
When women's experiences are not joined by the significant others, and the attention and recognition are withheld, individuals tend to suffer badly (Miller & Stiver, 1997).
Green Building Councils Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) at the Stiver Level, but as the project gained momentum, the goal was increased to Gold Level.