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This could be accounted for by the assumption that primacy arises from differential rehearsal (Waugh & Norman, 1965), a cognitive process that may not be available for odours (Engen et al., 1973).
In line with the positions of Engen and Schab, we might further expect that the poor learning shown in the group receiving scents first (i.e., O-C vs C-O) occurred because the olfactory element activated ambiguous, label-poor memories.
Consumers will also be able to take advantage of DHL's new product offering, Express Easy, at the Engen outlets.
Mr Engen said it is hoped to reopen the site in the near future and said an announcement should be made on Monday or Tuesday.
There have been earlier studies of the Devotio Moderna, a religious movement emerging from late medieval Holland, but John Van Engen's new study of this topic surpasses them in terms of the breadth and depth of his engagement with surviving archival records and the thoroughness and complexity of his argument.
Petronas already owns most of the equity in Energy Africa, following its purchase of an 80% stake in South African oil refining and marketing company Engen in 1998.
He succeeds Travis Engen, who is leaving to accept the role of president and CEO of leading aluminum company Alcan Inc., based in Montreal.
ATHLETICS:Iwan Thomas will open his season by competing over 400m at the first of the Engen Grand Prix Series in South Africa tomorrow.
SKIING: Olympic champion Bjarte Engen Vik, of Norway, romped to victory in the individual combined event at the Nordic ski world championships at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, yesterday, successfully defending his crown.
One of the first essays, by John van Engen, states that medieval society could not possibly think of doing away with the clergy, God's agent, in a world where God was an immediate presence.