Elizur

Elizur

(ēlī`zər), in the Bible, Reubenite prince.
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The report has also profiled leading players in the global bone growth stimulator market, which include companies such as Orthofix International N.V., Medtronic plc, Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc., Bioventus Inc., Stryker Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Arthrex, Inc., DJO Global Inc., Elizur Corporation, and Ossatec Benelux B.V.
"The intruders were led by a number of Jewish rabbis, including Rabbi Eliyahu Weber and ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Yoel Elizur," he added.
(41.) Demirtas E, Elizur SE, Holzer H, Gidoni Y, Son WY, Chian RC, et al.
(12.) Raviv G, Madgar I, Elizur S, Zeilig G, Levron J.
En este ambito destaca la migracion a un pais o zona con distinta lengua a la vernacula porque, como concluyen Starke y Subellok (2012), el hecho de tener que vivir en un contexto multilinguistico en el que a los ninos se les obliga a ser poliglotas incrementa el riesgo de presentar MS en un 40,6%, afectando especialmente este hecho a los ninos migrantes (Baldus y Wurl, 2014) como ya habian sugerido Bradley y Sloman (1975) y se confirma, por ejemplo, en la investigacion de Bergman, Gonzalez, Piacentini y Keller (2013) en la que la proporcion de ninos asiatico-americanos con MS que eran bilingues fue del 80% (4 de cada 5 ninos de este subgrupo), en linea con otros hallazgos que tambien refrendan mayores tasas de MS en ninos bilingues de familias inmigrantes (vease Elizur y Perednik, 2003).
Although Greenhalgh & Rosenblatt (1984) are usually regarded as the precursors in the study of subjective job insecurity, when referring to cognitive and emotional factors on which perceptions are built, it was not until 1992 when the cognitive and affective model of job insecurity was formulated in a more operational manner (Borg & Elizur, 1992).
Elizur, "Ha-oked, Ha-ne'ekad, Ve-hamizbe'ah," in S.
[10.] Shamir E, Barak Y, Plopsky I, Zisapel N, Elizur A, Weizman A.