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Any restriction on the purchase or sale of a security imposed by the Depository Trust Company. The DTC may put a chill on a stock, for example, if it is at risk of overheating.
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Following a cold, journalistic account of a "nigger woman" holding a bloody infant to her chest - indeed, the next version of this memory will be based on Stamp Paid's "official" newspaper clipping of the story - the narrator's point of view shifts to the schoolteacher's, and the perceptual rigor mortis intensifies, as schoolteacher, the disappointed property owner, sees "right off" that "there was nothing there to claim" (149).
The Cisco Networking Academy 3R award program stems from a broader education initiative addressing the connection between high school rigor, relevance and relationships, and the important role teacher quality has in leading the transformation of high schools from static institutions to dynamic, vibrant learning centers.
Aronson and Pahokee Middle School teachers learned side by side to develop their pedagogical skills for LSI's instructional model, the Essentials for Achieving Rigor, which supports teachers as they shift their pedagogy to standardsbased, student-centered classrooms.
Identifying the attacker is extremely difficult, Rigor said.
Also retrieved was a box purportedly containing P280,000 in cash and a piece of paper that had the name of a judge and another person Rigor identified as a Mr.
The reason for the lack of rigor, according to the NCTQ report, is that students in education programs are given too many "criterion-deficient assignments.
Our research practices have always applied the rigor needed for protection of participants and high quality data, but by codifying these practices in our SOPs, we have strengthened our ability to manage human research according to established principles of ethical conduct and methods of ensuring scientific integrity of the process and data generated.
Rigor has been simply defined as the degree or amount of time that students spend in learning that requires higher order thinking (Bogess 2007).
Tengo el gusto de presentar la Edicion 10 de la revista Lampsakos, la cual esta constituida por articulos originales con rigor cientifico.
We can offer one model of an assessment strategy for experiential education programs based on the 2012 Partners in the Parks adventure in Sequoia National Park, where we qualitatively measured the rigor of this week-long program by requiring participants to propose interdisciplinary honors research projects that combined the students' chosen fields of study with their sometimes unpredictable learning moments and experiences.
0] 1: There is no variance in overall mean resume scores due to the interaction of rigor, certification, and sex.
Mike Scaccia, the guitarist for heavy metal bands Ministry and Rigor Mortis, has died aged 47 after collapsing on stage.