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moustache

moustache
Small retractable foreplanes. These normally operate only beyond the stalling angle of attacks and thus permit aircraft to maneuver at very high angles of attack.
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Eccles, Adler, Futterman, Goff, Kaczala, Meece et Midgley (1983), ont demontre que l'utilite percue de la tache (utility value) est le phenomene par lequel l'importance de s'engager dans une tache est accordee en reference a des buts situes dans un avenir plus ou moins rapproche, plutot qu'en reference au plaisir immediat ressenti en realisant cette tache.
Une tache d'evaluation authentique doit permettre a l'eleve de s'approprier la tache ainsi que le processus de resolution de problemes (Gulikers, Bastiaens, & Kirschner, 2004; Savery & Duffy, 1995).
Les dirigeants qui discernent bien les competences essentielles pour bien s'acquitter d'une tache se rendront compte qu'ils font moins d'erreurs quand vient le temps de deleguer.
Il n'avait rien affaire avec la cuisine, ou avec le travail menager, c'est-a-dire il y avait un partage net des taches.
Tache and the Worcester law firm Ravelli & Luzzo.
In the pieces currently shown at Tache however, the drawings seem to have found their perfect illustrative complement: A4 sized support and a simple black frame.
Lestanc informed Tache that Scollen had spent the winter in Fort Macleod adding "le bon Dieu sait a quoi.
The sporting of a moustache is a bold statement in this day and age - but with our Tacheback initiative we want to encourage Brits to 'grow a tache and raise cash' for testicular and prostate cancers - which affects 36,000 men in the UK every year," McReynolds added.
L' << efficience >> etait calculee d'apres la duree de la tache.
Pathogenesis of rickettsial eschars: the tache noire of boutonneuse fever.
It's an annual event run by The Everyman Male Cancer Campaign, where men are asked to get sponsored for growing a tache throughout September.
Connoting manual speed, conceptual interruption of legibility, and an optical graphic moment, the tache becomes in Reed's thesis the crucial enabling factor of modernism in art and literature.