I believe that the reason definition lists aren’t used as often as the other list types is because of the name. People think back to grammar school when they were sent home with a list of ten words that they had to define from the dictionary. While that is one way to use the definition list, it is only one use.
Pressure ulcerAlso known as a decubitus ulcer, pressure ulcers are open wounds that form whenever prolonged pressure is applied to skin covering bony outcrops of the body. Patients who are bedridden are at risk of developing pressure ulcers. It results from ischemic hypoxia of the tissues caused by prolonged pressure on them.
After the Second World War, which resulted in so much devastation to the companies and the theatres, ballet in the country had to rebuild, as did the Warsaw Grand Theatre which reopened in 1965. Companies sprang up in regional opera houses, although ballet faced a major restructuring following the end of Communist rule in 1989. In 1973 the independent Polish Dance Theatre was founded in Poznn by Conrad Drzewiecki; it remains the most important company in the country.
Record keeping began in the 1600s. The registers were in Old Church Slavonic or Russian. The information contained is about the same as the Roman Catholic registers. : ) So, if anyone sees me at OSU, please come up and say hello. I appreciate all of the comments here, both positive and less positive because I gotten a better understanding of myself and others from this. Also, the yoga pants are quite comfortable and the Better Together tshirt is actually from Interfaith Youth Core, an organization that focuses on storytelling and engagement between different faiths.
fear du jour has migrated from debt ceiling to elections and now from fiscal cliff to sequestration. A better term for the $85 billion triggering of automatic spending cuts (sequestration) may be “se frustration” due to Congress’s annoying inability to agree on a responsible approach to reducing our country’s burdensome debt and deficits. The forced cuts getting crammed down our government’s throat taste like bitter medicine, especially when the economy is limping its way back to a slow recovery (revised 4th quarter GDP growth of a meager +0.1%).
As the investing boat tosses and turns, investors will begin to pay up for companies generating stable consistent cash flows that are impervious to a slowdown. When the bubble deflates and energy prices come down to reflect the new realities of slower global growth (based on IMF predictions), the money flowing out of energy issues could very well flow into the consumer sector. (I’m not recommending exposure to the consumer discretionary sector, because some of them will take a hit in a slowdown.)Emerging markets strength.