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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of familiarize.
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- adj. having become familiar.
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- adj. having achieved a comfortable relation with your environment
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When those are consistently the responses by the "caregiving surround," a term familiarized through Self-Psychology to mean empathic based caring or lack thereof as in "non caregiving surround" experienced by the developing, helpless infant they become internalized into a solid core which that person can always return to and buttress themselves up during times of let down, hurt , disappointment and physical and psychic injury.
Li Xiaojia: Need to be familiarized with Hong Kong market Affirms the contribution of Chinese capital agents
So far, we have familiarized ourselves with Quiroga, Capula, Tzintzuntzan, Patzcuaro, and Santa Clara del Cobre.
Barring that, Sage Rosenfels, 31, has experience, and his time in Houston familiarized him with the West Coast offense.
People “took death calmly,” Ariès stresses: “they were as familiar with the actual dead as they were familiarized with the idea of their own death.”
Q: In recent years, the concept of “hoarding” has gone mainstream; people have familiarized themselves with the term through popular television shows like Hoarders, Clean House, and Clean Sweep.
TONY: It's people like this guy that helps you out in the law library and get you familiarized with the different legal books and terminology and writings that really helps out a lot for those who want to utilize it.
The tamarins were familiarized with a series of stems+suffix (e.g., bi-shoy, lo-shoy) or a series of prefix+stems (e.g., shoy-bi, shoy-lo).
After the tamarins were familiarized with the words, they were taken to a new enclosure, where examples of suffixed and prefixed words were played to them (the affix remained the same as in the training period, but the stems were new).
Similarly, if they were familiarized with shoy as a prefix, they reacted to its use as a suffix.