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asperges

(əspûr`jəs), ceremonial sprinkling of the people with holy water by the priest before the Sunday High Mass in the Roman Catholic Church. The accompanying antiphon begins, Asperges me, Domine, hyssopo et mundabor [Thou shalt sprinkle me with hyssop, O Lord, and I shall be cleansed]. At Easter time the antiphon is different, beginning, Vidi aquam [I saw water]; this is based on Ezek. 47.2.
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Parent, teacher, and self-report of problem and adaptive behaviors in children and adolescents with Asperger Syndrome.
It revealed a significantly higher rate of suicidal ideation among adults with Asperger Syndrome (66 per cent), compared with the rate found in the general population (17 per cent), and patients with psychosis (59 per cent) taken from other data sources.
USAAA calls upon the media to report accurately and responsibly, and refrain from remarks that may generalize any diagnosis, such as Asperger Syndrome, as inherently violent.
He is confident enough in his diagnosis to state that "I believe that there is so much solid evidence that Martina had Asperger syndrome, that, to make a case against it, the burden of proof, while not insurmountable, is nevertheless overwhelming" (p.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult Asperger Syndrome, New York, The Guilford Press.
The characteristics of Asperger syndrome vary from person to person but are generally divided into three main groups: * Difficulty with social communication and can be very literal in what they say and can find it hard to understand jokes and sarcasm; * Difficulty with social interaction and can behave inappropriately, and * Difficulty with social imagination such as interpreting body language.
To read a March 2004 Advocate article about Asperger's ("Please, Learn About Asperger Syndrome and Give Hope to Non-AS Spouses"), visit <amhca.
Attwood is unmatched in his ability to capture the essence of potential in the individual with Asperger syndrome," said Nan Lester, a Eugene counselor and educator who specializes in adolescents and adults with Asperger syndrome.
Danni said afterwards: "He told us that, because of his Asperger syndrome, and the fact that he'd been picked on, he hadn't left the house in seven years.
First described in 1944 by Austrian psychiatrist Hans Asperger, this syndrome occurs in only 7 out of 100 people in the United States with males affected at a rate 4 times greater than females.
The artist from Penarth has Asperger Syndrome, one of the more commonly known autism disorders.