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  Israel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Between 1968 and 1972, a period known as the War of Attrition, numerous scuffles erupted along the border between Israel and Syria and Egypt.
It was also agreed to lend autonomy to Palestinians across the Green Line.
On July 7, 1981, the Israeli Air Force bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osiraq in an attempt to foil Iraqi efforts at producing an atomic bomb.
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 War of Attrition - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
For the military strategy, see war of attrition, for the game theoretical model see War of attrition (game).
The War of Attrition was a limited war fought between Egypt and Israel from 1968 to 1970.
It was initiated by Egypt as a way to recapture the Sinai from Israel that had controlled it since the Six-Day War.
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 attrition - Definitions from Dictionary.com
a reduction or decrease in numbers, size, or strength: Our club has had a high rate of attrition because so many members have moved away.
a wearing down or weakening of resistance, esp. as a result of continuous pressure or harassment: The enemy surrounded the town and conducted a war of attrition.
Waiting for attrition is usually better for company morale.
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 "Encyclopedia of Mental Health: Shyness"
Controlled studies are needed to assess the effects of these agents.
There are no significant short-term differences between pharmacological and cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) approaches; attrition rates are similar (between 14% and 18%), but investigators in a study that combined approaches found that subjects who received CBT plus Buspirone did worse than those who received either treatment alone.
Studies with phenelzine and cognitive behavioral group therapy (CBGT) showed that phenalzine had a faster onset (6 weeks in comparison to 9 weeks), but one-half of phenelzine responders relapsed during the follow-up period, while responders to cognitive behavioral group therapy maintained gains or continued to improve.
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