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Peleg

(pē`lĕg), ancestor of David. Gen. 10.25, 11.16. Phalec: Luke 3.35.
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Aspinal and Paleg [7] observed that proline application (spraying), increased yield components under drought stress.
Litman GK, Stapleton J, Oppenheim AN, Paleg M, Jackson P.
Negotiation approaches to helping have been described in numerous contexts, from couple counseling (McKay, Fanning, & Paleg, 1994) to group therapy (Hug, 2004).
Lise Eliot and Ginny Paleg join the Advisory Council for the first time this year to offer expertise in early child development and children with special needs.
Beyond the usual benefits you would expect from this type of technology -- such as of time and cost savings, scheduling flexibility, and improved collaboration -- is that Centra helps us to better serve the public and make a meaningful contribution to the community," said Brad Paleg, AGNR distance learning specialist.
A series of new sessions is being added for the Therapy and Rehabilitation Track which is being designed by Ginny Paleg, PT.
In this column, Ginny Paleg, a pediatric physical therapist, answers questions from readers.
Ginny Paleg, MS, PT, is a pediatric physical therapist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Washington, DC.
This month's guest columnist, Ginny Paleg, MS, PT, is a pediatric physical therapist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Washington, DC.
Ginny Paleg, PT, Amy McHugh, OT, and Camille Jackson, OT, are pediatric therapists at the Hospital for Sick Children in Washington, DC.
Ginny Paleg, PT, is a pediatric physical therapist at The Hospital for Sick Children, Washington, DC.