American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A strait in western California connecting the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. Discovered in 1579 by Sir Francis Drake, it was known as the Golden Gate long before the name gained popularity during the gold rush of 1849. The Golden Gate Bridge, which spans the strait, was completed in 1937.
“Dr. Jelinek is survived by his wife, Milena Jelinek, of New York; his daughter Hannah Sarbin, of Larchmont, N.Y.; a sister; a half-sister; and three grandchildren.”
“Firefighters were called to the blaze at the 63-unit Sarbin Towers apartments, in the 3100 block of 16th Street, at 3: 45 a.m.”
“Firefighters were called to the 63-unit Sarbin Towers apartments, in the 3100 block of 16th Street NW, at 3: 45 a.m.”
“Authorities did not release the names of any victims but confirmed the death of a 38-year-old man who tried to leap to safety from the fifth floor of the Sarbin Towers.”
“Sarbin and Jones 1955 reported that a successful supervisor not only is competent in the eyes of superiors but fulfills the expectations of subordinates.”
“One aspect of involvement, that of intensity, has been considered by T. R. Sarbin in “Role Theory,” section “Organismic Dimension,” pp. 233-235 in G.”
“Sarbin (1992) has argued that the concept of schizophrenia is non-existent.”
“1979; Juhasz 1969, 1972; Sarbin & Juhasz, 1970; Sarbin, 1972;”
“Sarbin, Theodore R. "The Social Construction of Truth." in '' Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. '”
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