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Second, the sample was balanced in gender, representatively diverse, and drawn from eight schools and four school districts.
Two of them will be introduced representatively and discussed.
Because social work is dominated numerically by women, why is this not reflected representatively in higher rates of publication for women?
With this regard, the KRG ought to officially and representatively present a document to the Iraqi government, as the main body on the national stage, and to the United Nations (both serving as independent overseers), as the main body on the international stage, indicating the importance of the matter to the Kurds and demanding that concrete evidence be forwarded by institutions responsible for claiming the alleged ohuman mass movements,o outlining names, current addresses, places of origins, and other significant factors in providing identities for those claimed to have settled in Kirkuk for political electorate purposes.
21) See representatively the critics from the UEFA, "Meca-Medina: a step backwards for the European Sports Model and the Specificity of Sport?
And in religious history, see, representatively, Christianity and the Renaissance: Image and Religious Imagination in the Quattrocento (Syracuse, N.
The relatively low proportion of species represented by a single individual (singletons; Table 3) can be taken as an indication that the arboreal oonopid assemblages have been sampled representatively at most study sites.
As in Roth's novel, Senna's Caucasia also represents passing as a variation on a representatively American past-time: the finding and losing of one's self at will.
The other is to be comprehensive--collect throughout a field representatively.
At the level of knowledge, it works on a premise that if we just keep adding more and more 'authentically' Indigenous content in, we will build up a knowledge context that is more representatively 'Indigenous' and from this place we will somehow generate 'Indigenous' solutions to our problems that are couched in Indigenous meanings.
Setting: Fifty-three randomly selected hospitals/practices representatively distributed in Germany, including oncologists, gynaecologists and general practitioners.

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