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Coped

Cut to conform to the irregular outline of an abutting piece, such as where two moldings meet at an inside corner.
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Six months into their first year of teaching, the participants were asked to respond to another questionnaire that measured the degree to which they were spurned by peer teachers and the way they coped with such resistance, along with measures of other aspects of job difficulties unrelated to the focus of this study.
In our study, 70% of nursing staff coped with stress well and moderately.
This stressor, also relatively rare, was similar to making a mistake in that the referees in both groups coped by immediately correcting their actions and focusing on proper subsequent performance (100% for each group).
For example, we found that females coped by using confidence-building self-talk (e.