gonge

gonge

The Anglo-Saxon term for a privy.
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Gonge and Buus (2011) have undertaken wide-scale research into supervision within psychiatric nursing and identified that factors such as level of education, gender and engagement with the organisation will certainly impact on the effectiveness of supervision.
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Among the instruments most used are alfaia and abe drums, caixa snare drum, ganza shakers, and agogo and gonge bells.
11) But if the 'har stan' is a boundary marker, we should rather interpret the text in the light of Law 64 of Ine of Wessex: 'Gif feorcund mon o[eth][eth]e fremde butan wege geond wudu gonge ond ne hrieme ne horn blawe, for [eth]eof he bi[eth] to profianne, o[eth][eth]e to sleanne o[eth][eth]e to aliesanne' ('If a man from distant parts or a foreigner goes off the common path through the woods and neither shouts nor blows a horn, he is to be taken for a thief, either to slay or to ransom').
A compromised AMST program, offering a less than operationally capable aircraft, should not be presented as an option, General Gonge advised.
Although clinical supervision is often reported as a good thing, calls for more robust implementation strategies, which use evidence-based models as in other areas of practice are being made (Buus and Gonge, 2009; Vlachou et al, 2011; Wallbank, 2011).