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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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Among teams by closed sales volume, the Brewer Team in the Sarasota office ranked #6, the Stiver Firth International Team in the Englewood office ranked #11, the Travis Group in the Bradenton office ranked #15, the Glenn Brown Team in the Sarasota office ranked #19, and the Finney Team in the University Park office ranked #20.
Second, we contribute to the debate on the meaning of participation in civic crowdfunding (Davies, 2014; Stiver et al., 2015) by showing how crowd participation can entail influence on the organizations and institutions that play a role in facilitating these projects, beyond the narrow examination of how crowds shape the funding of a product or outcome.
Jean Baker Miller and Irene Stiver, two of the founding scholars of RCT wrote that growth-producing relationships are mutual and include "the six good things": empathy, engagement, authenticity, empowerment, zest, and diversity (Miller and Stiver, 1997).
The work of Jordan, Kaplan, Baker Miller, Stiver, and Surrey's self in relation theory (1991), Seligman's theory of "learned optimism" (2006), and Bandura's assertion (1993) that there is power in our beliefs about what we can and cannot accomplish have all contributed to our own understanding of how the interplay of self and other, emotion and belief, work together in the formation of sound character judgment.
Miranda Stiver scored in the 49th minute for OSU - her first of the season - but the Trojans responded with the equalizer less than five minutes later.
A month after the body was positively identified through DNA testing, the family of Sandra Ann Stiver accepted her remains at a news conference at the Berks County coroner's office near Reading.
A area da saude e fertil em problemas de gestao e organizacao que tem vindo a ser estudados ao longo das ultimas decadas (Stiver et al.
At DeLorme's headquarters in Yarmouth, Maine, Vice President of Marketing Kim Stiver explains that company founder David DeLorme started the company thirty years ago after being frustrated by the paucity of backcountry maps.
"It's incumbent upon all of us in higher education to look for innovative ways to make it affordable for everyone to attain a college education" says Catherine Stiver, the marketing director at Harrison College.
Una razon para usar los SDH es la reduccion de complejidad del modelo, puesto que en lugar de representar la dinamica a partir de un conjunto de ecuaciones diferenciales no lineales, se puede representar por medio de un conjunto de ecuaciones simples de comportamiento lineal, las cuales por medio de conmutaciones emulan el comportamiento no lineal de un sistema (veanse Antsaklis, Stiver y Lemmon, 1993; Villa et al., 2004).
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".