It lured some modem western vanguard literature into popular literature, and met the needs of urban mass' spiritual consumption, by the way of writing urban feeling and desire,or expressing the worldly life of townspeople,or creating romantic legend.
Likhachev: An outstanding citizen, enlightener, and scientist
Therefore, we identified multiple risk factors of falls based on a systematic literature review and then developed a new questionnaire - the Senior Citizen Risk of Falling Check.
A group of 117 residents (average age 82.9 years, range 68.2-98.2 years, 83.8% women), all without care needs (assessed by the German health and care insurance system) returned the Senior Citizen Risk of Falling Check.
The study results confirm good test-retest reliability of the fall risk screening Senior Citizen Risk of Falling Check.
Birgitta H?ijer (Hrsg.): Ideological Horizons in Media and Citizen Discourses.
Knowledge of, and agreement with, poster content increased among villagers, townspeople and civil servants after they received posters.
Third, I show how the lessons from Silesia were applied to a landscape in Wisconsin, USA, involving both farmers and townspeople in cooperative implementation of a remise system.
Also, Shelef members' valuation of eastern Jews and development townspeople became higher, and their readiness to associate with them became complete and unconditional at all levels of intimacy.
The presentation which emerged during the restoration's first half-century was one that failed to acknowledge the roles played by less prominent groups and over-accentuated the importance of a small minority of illustrious townspeople.
After this was done, the townspeople remaining were chased out of the gymnasium by the soldiers speaking the unknown language.