Coped


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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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In a coped corner, one molding has a square cut on the end that butts up against the wall.
In this study, nursing staff of 30 to 39 years old more coped with stress than the younger or older ages, as did the nurses with 5-9 years experience of working than those with less job experience.
Clients are asked to consider the last stressful situation they encountered and given a list of possible ways they could have coped with the situation.