Swinker

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Swink´er


n.1.A laborer.
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The total aesthetic experience includes the appreciation of the expressive and symbolic formal qualities of a garment, its appearance, its origin and performance (De Klerk & Lubbe, 2008; Fiore & Delong, 1994; Fiore & Kimle, 1997; Lu, 2015; O'Neal, 1998; Swinker & Hines, 2006).
Another possible factor in the divergence of the hypothesis is the smallest precision design of the concepts of price and quality, as these concepts are ambiguous, i.e., not easily assimilated in a unison way by the consumer (SWINKER; HINES, 2006).
Stating that individuals should remain in the process of learning throughout their lives, Hines, Frey and Swinker (2005: 55) assert that key responsibility lies with the individual in realising what information is needed, determining how to locate information, and deciding how the information will be used and evaluated.
In a small case-control study (22 cases, 21 controls) from North Carolina, no association was found between exposure and health effects, except possibly for a deficit in visual contrast sensitivity (Swinker et al.
Swinker et al., "Prevalence of Chlamydia Trachomatis Cervical Infection in a College Gynecology Clinic: Relationship to Other Infections and Clinical Features," Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 15:133-136,1988.
However, as illustrated here and discussed by Swinker and Burke (2002) and Hudnell and Shoemaker (2002), the possible influence of factors other than perc exposure on VCS should also be considered.
I would like to comment on Hudnell and Shoemaker's response (Hudnell and Shoemaker 2002) to our letter (Swinker and Burke 2002), both published in the March 2002 issue of EHP.
Swinker M: Routine screening for gestational diabetes mellitus in a family practice center.
We appreciate the opportunity to respond to Swinker's letter regarding our response (Hudnell and Shoemaker 2002) to her previous letter (Swinker and Burke 2002).
(40.) Hudnell HK, House D, Schmid J, Koltai D, Wilkins J, Stopford W, Savitz D, Swinker M, Music S.
(2.) Swinker M, Koltai D, Wilkins J, Hudnell K, Hall C, Darcey D, Robertson K, Schmechel D, Stopford W, Music S.
We are pleased to respond to the letter from Swinker and Burke regarding our paper "Possible Estuary-Associated Syndrome: Symptoms, Vision, and Treatment" (1), which was published in EHP as a Grand Rounds in Environmental Medicine article.