SERLO


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SERLOSociety for Environmentally Responsible Livestock Operations
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I learned the importance of delivering superior value to credit unions from PSCU's first CEO Dave Serlo and I am humbled to step in and continue the rich tradition of service leadership that Dave initiated so many years ago," he added.
El estudiante no es el cliente y no puede serlo desde el ambito de la pedagogia; lo es para una empresa que vende servicios educativos, pero en una vision pedagogica el estudiante no es cliente, porque no se trata de satisfacer a los estudiantes como a los comensales de la mesa o a los espectadores del cine o el teatro.
No pude perdonar; no fui feliz; tampoco quise serlo.
See, for example, Solange Alberro, Del gachupin al criollo: O como los espanoles de Mexico dejaron de serlo (Mexico: Colegio de Mexico, Centro de Estudios Historicos, 1992).
If conventional historiography has explained European expansion as progress, the novel, by contrast, depicts colonialism as unadulterated destruction and degeneracy embodied in characters like Besufrey, a creator and seller of snuff films; the neo-fascist Serlo, who is obsessed with blood purity; Max, a crime family leader who derives his only pleasure from orchestrating assassinations; Trigg, who murders homeless people to sell their blood and organs; and the corrupt Judge Arne, whose perverse sexual proclivities include relations with his basset hounds.
Serlo et al (38) increased the hip motion a mean of 34 degrees after 7 to 14 days of Russel traction before femoral osteotomy.
h]ermano demonio, que no es posible que dejes de serlo, pues has tenido valor y fuerzas para sujetar las mfas" (Ibid.
The social isolation of persons with disabilities has been well documented and supports the fact that limited transportation prevents entrance into the mainstream of society (Kokkonen, Saukkonen, Timonen, Serlo, & Kinnunen, 1991; Thomas, Bax, & Smyth, 1988).
Pensaba en lo noble que hubiera sido verla libre por su esfuerzo, y no lo triste y abrumador y vergonzoso que es verla salir de dueno en dueno sin jamas serlo de si misma".
According to this version the Serlo concerned was a real historical personage: the Englishman Serlo of Wilton who after a career in the schools on both sides of the Channel joined first the Cluniacs then the Cistercian Order, becoming abbot of l'Aumone; he died in 1181, perhaps at l'Aumone's English daughter-house of Waverley.
Kelly was PSCU's first CEO after the death of its founder, David Serlo.
Al culto a lo nuevo por el hecho de serlo lo llamo Jarnes "neofilia" ("Neofilos").