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girandole

A branched light holder, either standing on a base or projecting from a wall.
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That said, muscular strength and endurance, low body fat, flexibility and aerobic capacity -- all keys to fitness -- can be gained without the use of an apparatus or gym, Girandola said.
Second, based on the psychology of commitment (Kiesler, 1971), Joule, Girandola, and Bernard (2007) have considered that the preliminary request commits the participant to a given course of action.
Anche nelle mie caricature, anche nella girandola del miei paradossi scemi o seri, c'e la vita.
La obligo a que se acostara sobre su pecho y girandola bruscamente le disparo en la cien izquierda.
I've been to Asia many times, and I've noticed over the last 13 years people there are generally getting taller," said Bob Girandola, a professor of exercise physiology at USC.
For examples these objects can concern "energy savings" (Souchet & Girandola, 2013), "Human Rights" (Doise, 2002), or "mental illness" (Jodelet, 1991).
However, this is not necessarily so: constructive ideas or intentions do not systematically lead to related acts (Joule, Girandola, & Bernard, 2007, pp.
Drugs are the unknown factor," said Bob Girandola, professor of exercise physiology at USC.
249) dice en su Vida de Apolonio de Tiana (III, 48) que "No vuelan muy alto, sino como las aves de cortos vuelos, pues no se hallan provistos de alas, como es normal entre las aves, sino que tienen urdidas sus plantas con unas membranas rojas y, girandolas, les es posible volar y combatir desde la altura" (50).