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Economics, Group for Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy. Aldrich, H. — Zimmer, C. (1986): Entrepreneurship through Social Networks. In: Sexton, D. L. — Smilor, R. W. (eds.): The Art and Science of

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assessed with the “Schedule for Meaning in Life Evaluation” (SMiLE): A comparison between a cancer patient and student sample. Supportive Care in Cancer, 16 (10), 1151—1155. Strauss, A.L. (1987). Qualitative analysis for social

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of my people, and it will forever shine; | It is mine; and solely belongs to my valiant nation. | Frown not, I beseech you, oh thou coy crescent! | Smile upon my heroic nation! Why the anger, why the rage? | Our blood which we shed for you shall not

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Authors: Victoria Wittmann, Melinda Látos, Zoltán Horváth, Zsolt Simonka, Attila Paszt, György Lázár and Márta Csabai

.] Orv Hetil. 2018; 159: 1988–1993. [Hungarian] 37 Wong DL, Baker CM. Smiling face as anchor for pain intensity scales. Pain 2001; 89: 295–297. 38

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Authors: Krisztina Lukács, Pál Pánczél and Nóra Hosszúfalusi

lymphoid gene enhancers. Nat Genet. 2015; 47: 381–386. 17 Cooper JD, Smyth DJ, Smiles AM, et al. Meta-analysis of genome-wide association study data identifies additional type 1 diabetes risk loci

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turn the doorknob, happy to find that it's not locked because your partner must be home. As you push open the door, savory spices waft from the kitchen—your partner must be cooking. Then suddenly you are gaping at a room full of beautiful smiling faces

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elicited smiling by infants. Infant Behavior and Development , 4 , 333–340. Watson J. S. Facial orientation of parents and elicited smiling by infants

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–263. Gardiner, H. W. (1972) The use of human figure drawings to assess a cultural value: Smiling in Thailand. Journal of Psychology, 80, 203–204. Gregersen, G. F., Travers, M. W. (1968) A study of the child

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smiling. In Hinde, R. A. (ed.): Non-verbal Communication. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, pp. 209-241. Non-verbal Communication 209 241

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Ludwig, Germany When I met first professor Liptay dates back to the beginning of 1990s. I was a postdoctoral fellow at Technical University of Budapest. He was introduced to me, but his smiling face was that encouraged me to

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