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hackle

[′hak·əl]
(textiles)
A board studded with long, thin wire brushes and used for hackling.
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2010), and decreased intention to seek counseling (Cooper, Corrigan, & Watson, 2003; Hackler et al.
Hackler added, noting that the close range of some 250mm products sets it apart from other competing systems: "There has been a lot of interest since our launch in October, and we've proposed the goggles for several large tenders, in both the US and international market, and it's been a good goggle for us," he said: "We're continuing to see a lot of movement in it.
There is no scientific evidence that one provides a clearer image over the other, Hackler said.
He leaves his wife, Debra (Francis) Flanagan; his children, Melissa Flanagan of Greenfield, Will Hackler and his wife, Sharon, of Townsend, Wendy Hackler of Sterling, Sarah Camacho and her husband, Justin, of Gardner, Stephanie Snyder and her husband, Stephen, of Virginia Beach, Va.
Research with psychology students (Vogel, Wade & Hackler, 2007) found that perceived public stigma about seeking mental health services contributed to self-stigma perceptions which influenced help-seeking attitudes and eventual help-seeking willingness.
Store Manager Jimmie "Lynn" Hackler, who leads City Market #406 in Durango, Colo.
Previous studies (Lee & Son, 2007; Vogel, Wade, & Hackler, 2007) have found that social stigma is negatively related to attitudes toward seeking psychological therapy.
Baumol, 1968; Brunet & Alarcon, 2004; Muhanna, 2007; Shane, 1992; Wennekers, Van Wennekers, Thurik, & Reynolds, 2005) and identify key entrepreneurial skills (Brush, 2008; Gilbert, McDougall, & Audretsch, 2006; Hackler & Mayer, 2008; Lazear, 2004; McClelland, 1961; Rae & Carswell, 2001) so that the understanding achieved can be used to foster trainings and teaching programs.
In Chapter 5, Breault, Hackler, and Bradley explore the issue of male gender construction in elementary schools.
Although this particular study did not result in lasting success with the use of either type of motivator, other educational literature has indicated the importance of intrinsic motivation taking precedence over extrinsic motivation regarding students' overall achievement (Albrecht, Haapanen, Hall, & Mantonya, 2009; Fenzel, Domingues, & Raughley, 2006; Flaherty & Hackler, 2010).
Enoch has already achieved runner-up in two college events this season - the General Hackler Championship and the JU Invitational.