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Petrila

 

a city in Rumania, in Hunedoara District. Population, 28,500 (1970). Petrila is a coal-mining center of the Jiu River valley and the southern Carpathians.

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Contractor address : Loc Petrila, str Republicii, bl 103A/33, jud Hunedoara , Localitatea Petrila , Cod postal 335100 , Romania ,
Kenneth & Marga Pfeiffer; Frank Pfeiffer$100"''''Ma'''', Dad, Bill Henchy & Ron Anctil; Children, Grands & Great Grands with Love''$100"Mary & William Lamm, Ruth & James Henderson''$100My sister Patty; Her brother Eddy$100"Ann & Tony Petrila, Vera & John Tokarz, David Tokarz, Betty Palowski, Christine Ann Gagne; The Tokarz Family''$50"Herbert, Agnes & William Oliva''$50Michael Nowosacki; His Mom$50Our Pepe; Alyssa & Amber$50Shirley Norcross; Don & Marilyn$50Son-in-law Larry Sironen; Rita$50"Great Gramma & Grandpa Pokie & Bobo; Love, Mia, Sidney & Madilyn''$30"Anthony J.
Over the course of several months Alex paid return visits to Romania and photographed the miners and their surroundings, and managed to build up a portfolio of more than 100 pictures documenting the final stages of mining in Paroseni, Petrila and Uricani.
In most cases, separating parents face the challenges associated with severance successfully in a healthy way and custody arrangements are settled amicably (Melton, Petrila, Poythress, & Slobogin, 2007).
See John Petrila, Paternalism and the Unrealized Promise of
The width decreases to 9 km, along the localities Petrila and Livezeni, to 1,5 km at Campul lui Neag.
Clinical psychology recognizes that a number of psychological disorders, including depression, co-occur with various addictions and risk-taking behaviors and that they involve some type of failure of "self-regulation" (Greenbaum, Foster-Johnson, and Petrila 1996; Baumeister and Vohs 2004).
The first explosion on Saturday killed eight people in the 19th-century mine in Petrila, a small town in Romania's remote mining region of Jiu Valley.
In recent years, it has been concluded that youth who abuse substances present with higher rates of comorbid psychiatric problems, such as depression and conduct disorder (Greenbaum, Foster-Johnson, & Petrila, 1996; Waldron, Slesnick, Peterson, & Turner, 2001; & Weinberg, Rahdert, Collier, & Glantz, 1998), and that youth who abuse substances are especially at high risk for developing co-occurring disorders (Capaldi, 1992; Cocozza, 1997; Thompson, Riggs, Mikulich, & Crowley, 1996).
1) John Petrila, "An Introduction to Special Jurisdiction Courts" (2003) 26 Int'l J.
The incidence of mental disorders among youths in the juvenile justice system is two to three times higher than in the general population (Lexcen & Redding, 2000; Petrila, 1998).