Bolda

Bolda

 

an arm of the Volga River delta. It begins near Astrakhan as two connected channels; further on, it divides into several channels, some of which flow to the Caspian Sea. The Bolda is 74 km long.

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Walsh DB, Bolda MP, Goodhue RE, Dreves AJ, Lee J, Bruck DJ, Walton VM, O'Neal SD, Zalom FG.
Alternatively, using only NH federally mandated regular assessment of all NH residents using the Minimum Data Set (MDS) resident assessment instrument data provides limited information about transitions outside of the NH (Coburn, Keith, and Bolda 2002).
For many, the partnerships have now--eight years after the first RWJF grant was awarded--become integral to their communities, serving as natural platforms in developing solutions on a wide range of issues," said Elise Bolda, national program director for CPFOA.
Using data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) (1990-1994), Coburn and Bolda (1999) estimated that between 37.
Only products with natural ingredients are considered; we will not represent a company that manufactures a product with preservatives, hormones, artificial ingredients or genetic modifications," said Mike Bolda, GWP principal Sales Manager.
Rural residents were more likely to attain a high school education, experience lower incomes with higher levels of poverty, encounter lower levels of insurance coverage, perceive lower levels of health (fair to poor), sustain higher trauma mortality rates, specifically in motor vehicle accidents and gun-related incidences, experience higher rates of chronic diseases, report higher infant mortality rates, demonstrate less utilization of hospitals and health care providers, and use less preventive health screening than urban residents (Coburn & Bolda, 1999; National Center for Health Statistics [NCHS], 2001; Rural Information Center Health Services [RICHS], 2001a; Ricketts, Johnson-Webb, & Randolph, 1999).
The authors are grateful to the following individuals who provided insightful comments that improved the article: Elise Bolda, Andrew Coburn, Judith Feder, Leonard Gruenberg, Harriet Komisar, Korbin Liu, Mark Meiners, Joseph Newhouse, and Pamela Parker.
We added name brand customers to our portfolio such as Serta Mattress, Delta Dental, and ADM Investment Services," said Rick Bolda, President of NE Communications in Lombard, Illinois.
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Rural elders were less likely to use formal in-home long-term services or long-term care facilities (Coburn & Bolda, 1999; Ricketts, Johnson-Webb, & Randolph, 1999).
According to Tony Bolda, AlliedSignal Braking Systems-Americas manager of engineering systems, "We selected I-DEAS because it will allow us to reduce our overall cycle time.