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permanence

Of an adhesive bond, the bond’s resistance against deteriorating influences.

Permanence

law of the Medes and Persians
Darius’s execution ordinance; an immutable law. [O.T.: Daniel 6:8–9]
leopard’s spots
there always, as evilness with evil men. [O.T.: Jeremiah 13:23; Br. Lit.: Richard II]
Nubian’s skin
permanently black, as evildoer is permanently evil. [O.T.: Jeremiah 13:23]
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The training program must encompass those aspects of improving permanency that can usefully be discussed in educational sessions by judicial officers, attorneys, child welfare professionals, probation officers, community advocates and volunteers, and parents and children.
Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has signed Bonus and Permanency Agreement with the Telco Workers Union in India.
st] Annual Pennsylvania Permanency Conference is a three-day forum being hosted by SWAN at the Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center today through Friday, July 12.
The two-part series focused on continuous quality improvement as it relates to permanency outcomes--reunification, custody to relatives, and adoption.
The aim of this study was to assess what children understand about permanency and factors associated with and predictive of children's placement preferences and expectations.
Asked whether job permanency in the civil service should be ended, Yiorkadji said there are many arguments for and against, but on balance -- in her personal opinion -- she is in favour of permanency, as this "guarantees the avoidance of party and other political interference as the government changes".
Through the integration of child welfare data, policy analysis, and evidence-informed youth permanency practice, the essays in this volume show how to achieve and sustain family permanence for older children and youth in foster care.
This study compares the permanency outcomes of children in kinship foster care with a matched sample of children in nonkinship foster care in Illinois.
My wife simply replied, "Perhaps that's what they are searching for, some permanency in their lives.
The contributors also explore issues pertaining to foster care and adoption, including a focus on permanency planning for children and youth and the need to provide services that are individualized and culturally and spiritually responsive to clients.
Ploehn, who has served as the deputy director of the DCFS since 2003 overseeing child-welfare services and adoption and permanency services, will be paid $180,000 a year.