WISD


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WISDWisdom
WISDWaco Independent School District (Texas)
WISDWeslaco Independent School District (Texas)
WISDWashtenaw Intermediate School District
WISDWylie Independent School District
WISDWorld Information Society Day
WISDWebSphere Information Services Director (IBM)
WISDWomen in Sustainable Development (Liberia)
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The equation for WISD proposed by Chiras and Manaster (1978) is as follows,
In order to qualify for the AP Spanish Project, the WISD students had to be native Spanish speakers, economically disadvantaged, and in the eighth grade (http://www.teamiddleschoolspanish.org).
Although the occasion of WISD was used to launch two key initiatives on cybersecurity and African connectivity, the official theme for WISD 2007 was Connecting the Young.
For instance, the policy developed in WISD required district officials to modify each student's transcript during the summer when AP exam scores were received.
1:3 and Wisd. 7:25-26, writes that the Only-Begotten Son is the image of the invisible Father because of the oneness of their substance.
The number of students seeking help from WISD for pregnancies has decreased by 35 percent since 1994-95, with middle school pregnancies decreasing by 70 percent since 1995-96.
216, discussing the `ignorance' theme of Acts 3:17 et al., Doble draws attention to the point that the message of Jesus' vindication provides those in Jerusalem with the opportunity to repent, and refers to Wisd. 11:23.
188.2.8 (CSEL 57:126), artfully rearranging Wisd. of Sol.
He follows Marcel Simon in urging that the reserve about the temple expressed in Stephen's speech represents a more widespread diaspora Jewish view, also reflected, for example, when Wisd. 9: 8 appears to concentrate on city rather than temple.
For biblical examples of this conception, see especially Genesis 22, the story of the testing of Abraham, and Wisd. 2:10-20, the testing by the wicked of the 'righteous man'.