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Hiel

(hī`ĕl), in the Bible, rebuilder of Jericho.
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According to Roets and Van Hiel (5), because the NFC-SF is short and understandable, it is more advantageous than measuring the need to closure according to other scales.
But the year before, in 1869, Benoit had already set a number of Hiel poems to music.
To identify and validate housekeeping genes in the brains of the desert locust, schistocerca gregaria Forsskal (Acrididae) under various developmental conditions, Van Hiel et al.
Research with the RWA have showed again that individuals with high scores in this scale reported more negative attitudes to different outgroups, minorities, and other stigmatized social groups (see for example, Van Hiel & Mervielde, 2005).
A partir de la construccion definitiva de la escala, se demostro que la SDO es un fuerte predictor del prejuicio en sus multiples formas: prejuicio etnico (Bates y Heaven, 2001; Duriez y Van Hiel, 2002), racismo clasico (Sidanius, Pratto y Bobo, 1996) y el sexismo (Pratto et al.
Research showing that (subtle) prejudicial individuals might score low on blatant prejudice (Dhont, Roets, & Van Hiel, 2011; Hamberger & Hewstone, 1997; Pettigrew & Meertens, 1995; White et al.
Raymond Hiel, general manager, KSB Service Centre ME, said the company has direct access to a deep-water commercial port and the only semi-automated container facility in the region at Khalifa Port.
Raymond Hiel, said: "In addition to having direct access to a deep-water commercial port and the only semi-automated container facility in the region Kizad will offer KSB proximity to some of its key customers, including EMAL and the Taweelah Power plant.
Announcing the project construction, Raymond Hiel, the general manager KSB Service Centre ME said, "In addition to having direct access to a deep-water commercial port and the only semi-automated container facility in the region, at Khalifa Port, being based at Kizad will offer KSB proximity to some of its key customers in the region, including Emal and the Taweelah Power Station.
With political cynicism reliably linked to normlessness and estrangement (Pattyn, Van Hiel, Dhont, & Onraet, in press) and with politicians already suffering considerable opprobrium, sometimes for reasons not of their making (Blow, 2011; Saad, 2011), we must ask whether TDS is a luxury we can afford.
2007; Petit & Costa, 2011; Rottenbacher de Rojas, 2010; Rottenbacher de Rojas, Amaya Lopez, Genna Miyahira & Pulache Paez, 2009; Silvan-Ferrero & Bustillos, 2007; Van Hiel, Pandelaere & Duriez, 2004; Zubieta et al.