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Laxness

Halld?r (Kiljan) (#!hald@$$ur). 1902--98, Icelandic novelist, noted for his treatment of rural working life in Iceland. His works include Salka Valka (1932) and Independent People (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1955
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The PS is a 30-item, self reported scale that broadly categorizes parenting strategies into 3 factors/subscales: laxness (permissive discipline), over-reactivity (authoritarian discipline, displays of anger, meanness, and irritability), and hostility/verbosity (overly long reprimands or reliance on talking).
The flight itself was unauthorized by Indonesian authorities, showing up laxness in its aviation oversight.
Few of the major PBT players operating in the country include Toray BASF, SABIC, SRF, DuPont and Laxness.
A potential use is to fund an acquisition of a stake in Laxness, which has a market value of $4.
That is a relatively useless conclusion without knowing whether the failure was the result of negligence, faulty intelligence, laxness, culpable faulty judgement or overstretched resources.
In all his works, Laxness brilliantly details the hypocrisy of the upper class and the abject living conditions of the proletariat--something that earned him the wrath of a certain sector of society at the time.
Inspired by Under the Glacier, a novel by Hand& Laxness, Jonas and her collaborator, composer and pianist Jason Moran, created an otherworldly atmosphere via a structured, improvisational exchange.
In many ways, his start to the season mirrors Everton's; flashes of promise interspersed with moments of infuriating laxness and baffling lapses in concentration, with no real consistency in between.
His intermittent situational thoroughness as an investigator reflects the down-to-earth specificity of the historical reconstructions favoured by the publishing series' editors, Robert Frykenberg and Brian Stanley; yet an apparent laxness is discerned in their editorial oversight of this unfocused book.
One concern is the occasional but blatant laxness in the defence.
Dubai -- While Dubai-headquartered Kaloti Jewellery Group is at the centre of certain international media reports over alleged laxness on its bullion sourcing, Dubai's multi-billion dollar gold trade itself has been caught in the crossfire over weak compliance requirements.
Meanwhile, they achieve sanctions relief and the sense of [Western] laxness.