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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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Notice in my example that the average score of black students lies at the same point in the white distribution in both the 5th and the 8th grades: around 75 percent of white students score higher than the average black student in both grades.
Grades 18 months (preschool) to 6 years (kindergarten)
The checklists were identical and included items such as changing classes, using your locker, getting good grades, older students, and making friends.
Stage I tumors are usually of low histologic grade and are effectively controlled by conservative surgical procedures.
In his absence, the failing grades were changed and his students were promoted to the next grade.
Students are introduced to the word "AIDS" at the grade 3 level; dirty needles as a cause at grade 4; AIDS activism and transmission through sexual intercourse at grade 6; the homosexual connection at grade 7; AIDS and condom failure at grade 8; transmission by oral and anal sex at the grade 10 level.
If, for example, a new carbon black can offer additional compound extension compared to conventional grades without sacrificing product performance or without introducing additional processing variables, then that carbon black may in fact have real potential for reducing overall compound costs.
Neither classes nor grades, however, are cited in this regulation.
HONORS AND AWARDS: National Honor Society; photography published in "The Marble Collection,'' Grade 12; Panther Award for Varsity Volleyball, Grade 12; Midland-Wachusett League All-Star in volleyball, Grade 12; Lowell Sun Second Team All-Star, volleyball, Grade 12; Midland-Wachusett League All-Star in track and field, Grade 11; Chemistry Award, Grade 11; Rotary Youth Leadership Award, Grade 10; Musician of the Year, Grade 10; Spanish I Award, Grade 9.
Instructors would assign grades only on tangible student products or upon demonstration of a skill.
Age or grade level: Pianists who have completed grades 8-12.