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greco

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(meteorology)
An Italian name for the northeast wind.
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il codice reca il notabile '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; esso e vergato proprio in corrispondenza del sintagma greco esibito nella nota al testo di Stazio, (65) a riprova dunque di un peculiare interesse dell'Ambrogini per questo reale della lingua greca, evidentemente funzionale a lumeggiare il significato dello staziano laena.
As the "dust settles," many children experience what Silverman and La Greca (2002) refer to as psychic shock or psychic numbing, which is characterized by a sense of disbelief and displacement.
La Greca also is an award-winning poet and ends her book with A Grain of Sand, a poem dedicated to her sister.
La Greca, 1987; Valas, 1999), which in turn impact their academic performance and achievement (e.
Irrespective of the specific diagnosis, overall research indicates that children with central nervous system (CNS) related conditions are more likely to experience social difficulties than children with chronic illnesses which do not have a CNS component (La Greca, Bearman, & Moore, 2002; Nassau & Drotar, 1997).
Physically they may be less able than adults to escape from dangerous situations; they are more susceptible to injury; and youth may suffer disruptions in their developmental trajectories (Cieslak & Henretig, 2003; Pynoos & Nader, 1988; Silverman & La Greca, 2002).
The most common measures involve social anxiety and most notably the Social Anxiety Scale for Children-Revised, a 26-item instrument that focuses on fear of negative evaluation from peers, social avoidance and distress related to new situations, and generalized social avoidance and distress (La Greca & Stone, 1993).
Other mental health correlates include: separation fears, generalized anxiety, externalizing behavior problems, and social skills deficits (La Greca et al.
Huemer (American Academy in Rome) and Petrobelli compile 14 essays in honor of musicologist and teacher Oliver Strunk (1901-1980) from a conference in 2002 at the American Academy in Rome and the Badia Greca of Grottaferrata.
Prior studies have made significant contributions to enhancing our understanding of social skill development and possible links between patterns of social withdrawal and children's interactions with peers (La Greca & Lopez, 1998; Rubin & Krasnor, 1986; Rubin & Mills, 1988).
Santa Fe, Argentina: Centro de Documentacion e Informacion de Asuntos Municipales Doctor Alcides Greca.
Thus, a celebrated contract of 1499 records a transaction involving a Venetian and a Greek merchant who commissioned seven hundred icons of the Virgin from three Cretan painters, specifying that only two hundred should be painted a la greca (in the Greek manner), while the rest were to be a la latina.