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Related to SELD: Self harm, SPELD, Self esteem
SELDSupporting Evidence for Local Delivery (est. 2005; UK)
SELDSpecific Expressive Language Delay (learning disabiity)
SELDSurface Emitting Laser Diode
SELDSlow in Expressive Language Development (child measurment)
SELDSystematic Extended Lymph Node Dissection (cancer)
SELDSuper-Extensive Lymph Node Dissection (gastric cancer)
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The school education scholarship programme for award of scholarship to 1,300 meritorious students of the SEF assisted and SELD run schools who had performed well in SEF and government administered assessments for getting post primary (Grade 6 to 12 level) education in the quality institutions like Sukkur IBA University Community Colleges/ public schools across Sindh.
This study investigated the return on investment (ROI) of the Southern extension Leadership Development (SELD) Program as implemented at the University of Georgia.
whensoever God shall call [Queen Elizabeth], I perceive we are not like to be governed by a lady shut up in a chamber from all her subjects and most of her servants, and seen seld but on holidays ...
Charles Wertman, of Bienen, Seld & Wertman, represented the buyer in the transaction.
Paul and Alforde (1993) compared the acquisition of 14 grammatical morphemes of English across three groups of 4-year-old English-speaking children: normally developing children, children diagnosed as having language impairment (LI), and children with a history of slow expressive language development (SELD).
Seld., 6, 8; the latter is quoted in John Selden, Mare Clausum seu De Dominio Maris (London, 1635, STC 22175), 293-4.
Seld. B.5, f.65v, `Catalogus omnium librorum a bibliotheca Lambethana ad Academiam Cantabrigiensem transmissorum'.
LARKANA -- The School Education and Literacy Department (SELD) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Friday organized a roadshow and pre-bid meeting for outsourcing the management of five packages of government schools in Larkana, Kamber, Shahdadkot, Dadu and Karachi.
The Sindh Education and Literacy Department (SELD) on Saturday announced to introduce a subject on harassment to be included in the curriculum, which in turn will be taught at the schools in an attempt to counter the rising number of child abuse cases.
This strategy of identifying and operationalizing the closed viable SELD schools would bring in a large number of out of school students in school.
The event was attended by School Education and Literacy Department (SELD) Secretary Iqbal Durrani, USAID Deputy Mission Director John Smith-Sreen and representatives of other development agencies like JICA and UNICEF who had contributed substantially to the development of the policy .