Elizur

Elizur

(ēlī`zər), in the Bible, Reubenite prince.
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Emotional eating has found to be predictive of reduced weight loss and lowered quality of life at 12 months after bariatric surgery (Canetti, Berry, & Elizur, 2009).
According to Elizur (1990), actions taken to improve the quality of life of individuals may result in a sense of higher QWL.
Naisberg-Fennig, Fennig, Keinan, and Elizur (1991) found that neither gender nor years of experience was associated with burnout among psychiatrists.
Really, cash value itself is just a risk-control that Elizur Wright (a math whiz himself but one not in the book) invented to create a level lifetime premium.
Quintana FJ, Hagedorn PH, Elizur G, Merbl Y, Domany E, Cohen IR.
Son WY, Chung JT, Chian RC, Herrero B, Demirtas E, Elizur S, et al.
While some are motivated by a need to achieve (Rahman and Rahman, 2011; Sagie and Elizur, 1999; Garraher, Buchanan, and Puia, 2010), others are motivated by a need to survive (Carsrud and Brannback, 2011; Kautoneen and Palmroos, 2010).
According to Ehud Elizur, President of PBC USA Real Estate, "We are extremely pleased to welcome yet another high-profile financial services firm to 452 Fifth Avenue.
Sirota P Schild K, Elizur A, Djaldetti M, Fishman P Increased interleukin- 1 and interleukin-3 like activity in schizophrenic patients.