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quadrel

A square brick, tile, or stone; a quarrel.
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I'm also very pleased to conclude this transaction with Actelion, a company that is committed to improving the lives of PAH patients through improved treatment options," added Quadrel.
With regard to risk-taking, evidence does suggest some degree of exaggerated exuberance during the adolescent period, with adolescents over-represented in numerous categories of reckless behavior (Arnett, 1992; Quadrel, Fischhoff, & Davis, 1993), but not to the degree of rebellion and risk-taking characterized by the storm and stress view.
Quadrel, President and Chief Executive Officer of GeneraMedix stated, "We are very pleased to enter into this strategic relationship with Akorn as we continue to build our injectable product portfolio.
Since then, numerous studies have reported age differences (Arnett, 2000; Chapin, 2001; Quadrel, Fischoff, & Davis, 1993), consistently reporting greater degrees of perceptual bias among adults than adolescents.
A rational decision demonstrates an understanding and appreciation of the relevant information disclosed about the treatment (including consequences, risks, benefits, and alternatives) and an ability to use the information to weigh the risks and benefits of different options while making a choice (Beyth-Marom, Austin, Fischhoff, Palmgren, & Quadrel, 1993; Scott, 1992).
The suit was brought on behalf of New Jersey residents Richard Sullivan, who lives in Middletown and has franchises in Milltown, Bridgewater, Watchung and Manville; Leslie Quadrel, who has a franchised store in New Brunswick; Scott Tull, Somers Point; and Ronald Miller, whose franchises are in Clinton and Hackettstown.
York, PA Imaje USA, Kennesaw, GA Keyence Corporation of America, Woodcliff Lake, NJ Quadrel Labeling Systems, Mentor, OH VeriCode Systems, Inc.