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Apart from the brand of their kit provider Nike, AIK has the logos of the following sponsors visible on their shirt and shorts: Notar, a real-estate agent; Stadium, a sporting-goods retail chain; German automakers Volkswagen; and league sponsors Svenska Spel, a government-owned gambling company (whose logo is on the right sleeve of the shirts of all Allsvenskan teams). Since the 2013 season, AIK play their home games at the Nationalarenan (known for sponsorship reasons as Friends Arena until 2023), which also houses the Swedish national football team.

Practicing without a license

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Fields where practicing without a license may carry civil or criminal penalties include lawyer, physician, physician assistant, optometrist, podiatrist, surgeon, coroner, medical examiner, paramedic, funeral director, osteopath, chiropractor, dentist, pharmacist, engineer, pilot, broadcasting, nurse, veterinarian, midwife, teacher, psychologist, surveyor, detective, social worker, architect, barber, hairdresser, electrologist, tattooist, cosmetologist, real estate agent, plumber, florist, accountant, and masseuse.

Licensure

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Examples of professions that require licensure in some jurisdictions include: actuary, architect, certified public accountant, electrician, engineering, general contractors, financial analyst, geologists, hedge fund manager, insurance agent, interior design, investment banker, licensed professional counselor, nurse, physical therapist, plumber, private investigator, psychologist, landscape architect, lawyer, nutritionist, physician, real estate broker, speech-language pathologist, school counselor, social worker, stockbroker, surveyor, and teacher.

Robert V. Guthrie

He became a tenured professor at Southern Illinois University from 1990-1998, drawn by the opportunity to mentor students and expand their horizons the same way he had been inspired by his professors early in his career. After retiring from this post, he taught psychology of the black experience at San Diego State University for one class per semester, and spent time putting his stories and milestones in his life together for a memoir. In 1976, Guthrie published his most famous work, Even the Rat Was White: A Historical View of Psychology, which exposed a long history of racist work in psychology used to legitimize oppression of African Americans and promote the idea of black inferiority.

List of gairaigo and wasei-eigo terms

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List of Joan Baez concerts

Paul, Minnesota, O'Shaughnessy Auditorium. 9, Rochester, Minnesota, Mayo Civic Center. 13, Madison, Wisconsin, Barrymore Theatre. 14, Chicago, Vic Theater. 15, Edwardsville, Illinois, Meridian Ballroom/Southern Illinois University. 17, Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Ark. 18, Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Ark. 20, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts. 21, Glenside, Pennsylvania, Keswick Theater. 22, Northampton, Massachusetts, Calvin Theater. 25, Somerville, Massachusetts, Somerville Theatre. 26, Somerville, Massachusetts, Somerville Theatre. 28, Newark, New Jersey, New Jersey Performing Arts Center. 30, Albany, New York, The Egg. 1, Princeton, New Jersey, McCarter

Claire's

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In 1996, Leslie Mann of the Chicago Tribune said, "Although the management of Claire's says the company doesn't advertise and is deliberately low-profile, the name 'Claire" is as familiar to female Baby Boomers as "'Ringo'. To the Boomers' mall-cruising daughters—and, more and more, to their sons—it's right up there with singer Puff Daddy.'" In 1961 Rowland Schaefer founded Fashion Tress Industries, a company that sold wigs and became the world's largest retailer for fashion wigs. Fashion Tress acquired Claire's, a 25-store jewelry chain, in 1973 and began shifting its focus towards a line of fashion jewelry and accessories under the new name, Claire's Accessories, Inc.

Livingston Farrand

During World War I he was director in France of the International Health Board, 1917-19. His public health work led to his appointment as Chairman the Central Committee of the American Red Cross and he worked to fight tuberculosis for the Rockefeller Foundation in France in 1917. In 1921, he became the fourth president of Cornell University. Under his leadership, Cornell's enrollment and endowment increased rapidly. He also expanded Cornell-in-China with the University of Nanking and in 1931 saw the arrival in Ithaca of students from the Soviet Union. The unified College of Engineering was created as was the College of Home Economics.

Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere

Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière (18 January 1916 – 27 December 1962) was a French Initiatic philosopher. He was born in Paris, France, the son of Georges Constantine Louis Raynaud, who was an engineer, and Virginie Marie Billet. His parents moved to Brussels, Belgium when he was two years old, and his mother died there when he was only five years of age. He studied at several schools, and attended the Université Catholique de Louvain where he graduated as a mining engineer in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. Although he grew up and studied in Belgium he would return to his native France in his early twenties. [he returned to France when he was released from the army, in 1940.

Janet E. Helms

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From 1977 to 1981 she had a full-time academic position in the psychology department at Southern Illinois University, where she began to think of race as something she could address through her research. Helms was always told from colleagues that race wasn't a real topic, so at Southern she began to develop the idea that race is a real topic and can be studied through empirical data. During her time there she could tell there wasn't much literature on race, so she soon published an article focusing on black women. Then she was invited to be on the editorial board for the Journal of Counseling Psychology.

John M. MacEachran

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MacEachran then officially commenced schooling in Germany where he became a student of the psychologist/philosopher Wilhelm Wundt at the Leipzig University (1907). Here he wrote his doctoral thesis Der Pragmatismus (1909) earning him his second PhD. MacEachran then traveled to Paris where he studied sociology under Émile Durkheim and took a class under Alfred Binet, who had recently developed the IQ test (1908). MacEachran's academic relationship with Henri Bergson spurred his interest in combining the disciplines of philosophy and biological science. Dr.

Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women

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The official languages of the committee are English, Arabic, French, Russian, and Spanish, with any statement made in one of the official languages translated into the other four. A speaker who does not speak one of the official languages provides a translator. All formal decisions and documents issued by the committee are provided in each of the official languages. The original rules of procedure adopted by the committee did not include Arabic as an official language, but the rule was amended in the committees second session to include Arabic. Twenty-three members serve on the committee, described as experts for their experience and expertise in women's issues.

Mária Török

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Maria Torok (Török Mária; 10 November 1925, Budapest – 25 March 1998, New York City) was a French psychoanalyst, of Hungarian ascent. Torok is best known for her idiosyncratic contributions to psychoanalytic theory, developed in the wake of first Freud, then Ferenczi, and also the critical study of Husserl, and often coauthored with Nicolas Abraham. With Abraham, Maria Torok has made significant advances in the study of the problem of pathological mourning and transgenerational influences. Maria Torok fled from Hungary in 1947 and came to live en Paris. She then trained as a psychologist at the Sorbonne in the 1950s, before meeting Nicolas Abraham and deciding to go into analysis.

Emotional support animal

The other exception to this exemption is the use of a real estate agent or a broker to rent out the home. A tenant may be awarded actual and punitive damages, injunctions, and attorney fees at the discretion of the court for a landlord's violation of the FHAA. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) allows people with disabilities to bring their service animals in public places. However, the ADA only extends these protections to dogs that have been "individually trained" to "perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability," which is the definition of service animals under 28 C.F.R. § 36.104.

Janice L. Jacobs

Jacobs was educated at Southern Illinois University, receiving a B.A. in French in 1968. She later received a M.A. in National Security Strategy from the National War College in 1995. Her husband, Ken Friedman, works for the Department of Defense. Jacobs spent many years overseas as a dependent of her father who was an education officer with USAID and of her first husband, Royce Fichte, a Foreign Service Officer. Jacobs joined the United States Foreign Service in March 1980. In her career as a Foreign Service Officer, she was posted in Senegal, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia (twice), France, Mexico (twice), Nigeria, and Thailand.

Ensign O'Toole

John McGiver as Stone's brother-in-law, the psychologist Arthur Ainsley, who argued that the ship's crew was unhappy and hiding deep-seated depression. Ken Berry as Lt. Melton / Calucci.

Triage

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In France, the Prehospital triage in case of a disaster uses a four-level scale: This triage is performed by a physician called médecin trieur (sorting medic). This triage is usually performed at the field hospital (PMA–poste médical avancé, i.e. forward medical post). The absolute urgencies are usually treated onsite (the PMA has an operating room) or evacuated to a hospital. The relative urgencies are just placed under watch, waiting for an evacuation.

Edwin Ray Guthrie

Guthrie was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, to a father who owned a store selling pianos and bicycles, and a mother who was a school teacher. He remarked that his theories got an early start when he and a friend read Darwin's Origin of Species and The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals while they were both in eighth grade. Guthrie graduated at the age of 17 after writing a rather inflammatory senior thesis that argued "that both science and religion, being dependent on words, and words being symbols dependent for their meanings on the experience of their users and auditors, would have no chance at expressing Absolute Truth".

Kaia Kanepi

Her father, Jaak (a real estate broker) and mother Anne (a homemaker) played tennis. They also have daughters Kadri, who won a tennis scholarship to study in the United States, and Karin, a dedicated horse rider. Kaia, who always watched her parents and sisters play, discovered her love for tennis at an early age. She started playing at the age of 8. Her family has always supported her desire to play professional tennis. She reached world number one in the International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior rankings before turning professional in 2000. 1994–2003 Kaia was trained by Tiit Kivistik. From 2003 until the autumn of 2007, Kaia was coached by Andrei Luzgin.

Parship

In 2002 Parship became international and is now active in 13 countries in addition to Germany: Belgium, Denmark, France, UK, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Mexico. *List of online dating websites International portal. Swedish portal. https://uk.parship.com/terms-conditions/index.htm. http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews91182.html.