You fellows dig here," said Snipes, indicating
a spot beneath the tree.
said Stepan Arkadyevitch to his wife, and glancing at his watch, he made a motion of his hand before his face, indicating
a caress to his wife and children, and walked jauntily along the pavement.
In each case the participant was asked to respond twice, indicating
"how close you are to different cultures," with each rating on a four-point scale (4 = "a lot," 3 = "some," 2 = "a few," 1 = "none at all") (a) in relation to American-Indian culture or way of life, and (b) in relation to White-American or Anglo culture or way of life.
By completing program evaluation surveys from graduate programs or by simply sending the program chair a letter indicating
areas of strength or concern, school counselors can ensure that counselor educators are informed.
Additional efficacy results of the Phase 3 trial, indicating
that INKP-102 tablets provided excellent colon cleansing for both morning and afternoon colonoscopy procedures;
A reliable set of scales relating to anxiety in music, confidence in music and background in music was derived from the CASANOVA data using exploratory principal component analysis with Varimax rotation, and underwent reliability tests with Cronbach's alphas all indicating
a reliability of 0.
This finding again lends credence to research indicating
that oftentimes many human resources policy decisions are made based on stereotypes and misinformation simply because of a fear of the unknown, or because of a lack of education or valid information regarding this segment of the population.
Those whose opinion changed from unsure were equally split between support and opposition, indicating
that there was no impact on Independents.
Chromatographers can select kits with either 1/8" or 1/4" tubing, as well as those with or without regulators and indicating
Only 36% of the smaller foundries reported duplexing, indicating
a great deal of direct tapping from the coreless furnace to the nodulizing ladle.
Twenty-four of the items were statements to which the respondent indicated on a seven-point Likert scale (Likert, 1932) the degree of their agreement or disagreement (with "1" indicating
the highest agreement and "7" representing the strongest disagreement).
most students did not use this study technique.