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E.G.Exempli Gratia (Latin: For Example)
E.G.Emergency Generator
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* Awards and honors for outstanding achievements in nursing (e.g., FAAN, FACHE)
In fact, the grouping of characiforms, gymnotiforms and siluriforms in a monophyletic unit has been strongly and repeatedly supported by numerous morphological (e.g. Fink, 1981, 1996; Lauder & Liem; Arratia, 1992; this study) and molecular (e.g.
Generally, 50% of a student's income (e.g., from the sale of investment assets) is presumed to be available to fund college expenses, while the parents' income is assessed at rates from 22%-47%.
They were further asked about their attitudes toward homework using a five-item scale (e.g., "doing homework helps you learn study skills" and "doing homework helps you develop good discipline").
LA/ 02 (aerobic) System--provides energy for approximately 1 1/2 minutes to 3 minutes (e.g., up to approximately 800 meters).
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Except in rare cases of anarithmetria (difficulty retrieving previously mastered basic arithmetic facts), which is associated with damage to the posterior region of the left hemisphere usually acquired via trauma/ illness (Geary, 1993), one would expect that students whose MLDs are associated primarily with attention, organization, or recall would verify those difficulties not only on standardized assessments (e.g. WRAML: Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning, (Adams & Sheslow, 1990)) but in other academic areas as well.
In the field of career counseling, life roles have been the basis of numerous applications dealing with adolescent career development (Amatea & Cross, 1986), university students (Anderson, 1995), adults (Chiappone, 1989), women's issues (Crozier, 1999), dual-career couples (Hall & Huenefeld, 2002), and families (MacDermid, Leslie, & Bissonnette, 2001), as well as international applications (e.g., Stead & Watson, 1998).
Some programs also try to teach typical office "culture" (e.g. attire, business etiquette).
For smoothness of expression, pay attention to verb tense: past tense (e.g., "the student completed") or present perfect tense (e.g., "counselors have shown") when writing the literature review, the description of the procedure of past events, and the results; present tense to discuss the results, conclusions, and recommendations.
The production process consists primarily of injection molding the lenses (e.g., the two-colored Astra lamps are molded with a polymethylmethacrylate material; in one area of the lens small polymer particles with a different refraction index are injected into the base material so that the area appears to be frosted glass; this is said to be the first such application of the material in a mass produced vehicle); vacuum metalizing the reflectors, and assembling the products.
Sensitive data is information that is proprietary to an organization (e.g. financials, intellectual property).