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cope

a large ceremonial cloak worn at solemn liturgical functions by priests of certain Christian sects

cope

[kōp]
(metallurgy)
The upper portion of a flask, mold, or pattern.

cope

1. To cut or shape the end of a molded wood member so that it will cover and fit the contour of an adjoining member.
2. To notch a steel beam, channel, etc., so that another member may be fitted against it.
3. A coping.
4. To form a coping.
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To measure participants' stress coping styles, we used the COPE inventory in its brief form (Carver, 1997).
Hartlepool player Cope also showed great resilience as four of his seven victories were in the deciding seventh set, including against Josh Weatherby, his club-mate from Ormesby.
The Brief COPE Inventory (BCI; Carver, 1997) was used to examine how respondents typically cope when they experience stressful events.
In accordance with the single group cohort design, there were three phases of the research and each phase required participants to complete the GHQ-12 and/or Brief COPE (trait or specific coping version).
The 28-item Brief COPE (Carver, 1997) was used to measure students' coping.
The past literature suggests that in winter season when higher seasonality leads towards winter depression, individuals employ different strategies to cope with winter induced depressive symptoms.
At times, self humour can be used to cope with diabetes.
Teaching children skills such as how to cope with bullying at school, poor performance or problems with their parents, for example, in the framework of general cognitive preventative treatment and resilience training in school, may help children to better deal with emotional turmoil and challenging situations during adolescence.
The Bond Commission has also recommended that Speaker's attention should be drawn to impose a special code of ethics for the COPE members.
"I believe I align with the majority of Sixth District voters when it comes to the important issues," said Cope, a retired U.S.
On Thursday, RDU police said the surveillance video did not show the 24-year-old Cope was under any distress.
Of numerous existing coping measurements, the Brief COPE (Carver, 1997) might be a good candidate for use with individuals with vision impairments, given its widespread application to multiple settings, including both typical (Miyazaki, Bodenhorn, Zalaquett, & Ng, 2008) and clinical (Snell, Siegert, Hay-Smith, & Surgenor, 2011) samples.