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VACCAVictorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (Australia)
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"The figure is more perfect; as the bos, meaning the ox, is unable to perpetuate his kind; and the bos, in its most extended meaning, or vacca, is altogether the nobler animal of the two."
"I dare say you are quite right; and that vacca would have been the better word."
"Pardon me, sir; you are giving a very wrong construction to my language, if you suppose I include, without many and particular qualifications, the bibulus Americanus, in the family of the vacca. For, as you well know, sir--or, as I presume I should say, Doctor; you have the medical diploma, no doubt?"
Vacca alleged that leaders at the division questioned his workplace accommodations, gave him a bad evaluation and changed his trial assignments, which prompted him to file discrimination complaints in 2010.
Berry Street and VACCAs proposal aims to improve outcomes for primary school students by providing schools with culturally-informed training, courses and strategies to engage vulnerable students.
High frequency consonant clusters, adapted from Vacca et al.
Following this success, vaccination (from the Latin vacca meaning cow) was adopted worldwide as the main strategy to prevent smallpox.
In addition to the two interviews, we are offered a foreword by Peggy Seeger, a personal introduction setting the scene by Vacca, and essays by Dave Laing on 'MacColl and the English Folk Song Revival', Vacca on MacColl's song-writing, Allan Moore on his singing, and Franco Fabbri on 'MacColl in Italy'.
Reading is not only a cognitive process but, it is also very much language driven (Julius, 2014; Jimenez & O' Shanahan, 2008; Vacca & Vacca, 2008).
Antoinette was born in Worcester, one of eight children of Italian immigrants Felix and Jenny (Vacca) Caracciolo.
Ken Hooge sarcastically suggested the National Rifle Association have the 9-year-old girl who accidentally shot and killed shooting instructor Charles Vacca be charged (letters, Sept.