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DRASHDeployable Rapid Assembly Shelter
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During previous division-level exercises and mission rehearsal exercises, the brigade headquarters employed modular tent systems, deployable rapid assembly shelters (DRASHs), and other excessive amenities to establish large footprints, sometimes referred to as "TOC-mahals"or "tent cities." But the practice of setting up an elaborate TOC headquarters is entirely too cumbersome in a decisive action fight.
The group helped CNN put together the town hall, and Ravitz and Drash asked the group to help them get in contact with some of the attendees.
Drash uses all French oak, about 70% new, on the Estate Marquette.
(132.) See Drash, supra note 129 ("Comparing the officers' accounts of the moment of the shooting with the video reveals stunning differences and what appears to be a conspiracy to create a scenario in which deadly force would be justified.").
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Cato Drash, had the responsibility of recruiting all the personnel.
DHS is a provider of rapidly deployable expeditionary equipment, including its DRASH shelters.
Various other members with varying skill sets will take turns leading portions of the service, reading sections from the Torah, delivering the "Drash'' (sermon) and otherwise assisting to assure that these observances are complete.
The results of this study also extend Drash et al.'s (1999) findings for young children with autism to typically developing infants and have potential implications to facilitate early language training for a rising number of infants or toddlers at risk or already diagnosed with autism or other developmental disabilities.
Alguns autores da Analise do Comportamento (Donahoe, 1998; Drash & Tudor, 1991; Leigland, 1998) tem afirmado que a proposta de Skinner (1957/1992) para o estudo do comportamento verbal nao gerou um campo de pesquisa expressivo.
Kriska, A.M., Knowler, W.C., La Porte, R.E., Drash, A.L., Wing, R.R., Blair, S.N., Bennett, P.H.