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Synopsis: True life examples provide hope, guidance, and inspiration in "Adapting to
Alzheimer's: Support for When Your Parent Becomes Your Child".
At this point in my life, however, I'm trying to define a bit more of what I want, as opposed to adapting to
what other people want," she added.
Students developed an understanding that adapting to
changing group members took time.
As Su-Jen's family unravels before her eyes, she is rapidly adapting to
life in Canada.
An absolute "must-read" for economists; regardless of whether one agrees or disagrees with the recommendations proffered, the current and impending troubles of adapting to
globalization are unquestionably real and can be ignored only at America's peril.
Is there any shame in the fact that our metalcasting businesses have had a tough time keeping up with the changes and adapting to
a stronger position?
In adapting to
cave life, the fish evidently had come to rely on some nonvisual sensory system--probably their lateral lines, which detect slight water displacement--to make their choices, say Plath and his coworkers.
Our Air Force has proven remarkably flexible in adapting to
these new demands.
Perhaps more difficult than adapting to
a new configuration as a band is learning to meld the old with the new.
Other features, helpful to newly injured SCI residents and clinicians alike, include interviews with people who have SCI, as they discuss rehab, family reactions and adapting to
While adapting to
market changes, a company must maintain its focus to succeed long term.
He refers to those for whom the difficulty of adapting to
a new country, new language, and new society is intensified by yet another problem.
Whether adapting to
a stored or edited curve, the RTM typically brings the process to the requested profile in three cycles or less, Royer adds.
A species of walking stick, an insect that pretends it's part of a plant, may be evolving into two species by adapting to