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1. RC Church a light meal permitted on fast days
2. the appointment of a clergyman to a benefice
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9) Patricia Crain, The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2000), 72-74, 91.
Employing principles of bilingual education, "experimental projects" on alphabetization were conducted, for instance, by American field workers, linguists, and Guatemalan classroom teachers in the late 1950s, and early 1960s in rural areas of Alta Verapaz and the Ixil region (Bucaro, n.
For Kittler, the mother's mouth is the place from which all meaning--via literacy and alphabetization and so on--originates.
n TWL06 any source 2 WEEWEE (6) DEEDEED (7) 3 SEERESSES (9) KINNIKINNIK (11) 4 SERENENESSES (12) SERENENESSES (12) 5 UNEVENNESSES (12) LOLLAPALOOSAS (13) 6 FEMININENESSES (14) FEMININENESSES (14) 7 OBSESSIVENESSES (15) POSSESSIVENESSES (16) 8 PARALLELEPIPEDS (15) SUGGESTIBILITIES (16) 9 PRESENTABLENESS (15) OVEREXPRESSIVENESSES (20) 10 VERISIMILITUDES (15) NONPRESENTABLENESSES (20) 11 ALPHABETIZATION (15) INDESTRUCTIBILITIES (19) 12 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (15) UNACCOMODATINGNESSES (21) 13 BLAMEWORTHINESS (15) HYPEREXCITABILITIES (19) 14 OVERSPECULATING (15) (see article text) (22) 15 UNCOPYRIGHTABLE (15) PSEUDOHALLUCINATORY (19)
However, such replicative transpositions introduce contemporary concerns on the role of hypertextual formats and digitalization: "it is important to note the extent to which the technologies of alphabetization and movable type echo and need one another in their atomizing approach to language and their centralizing mode of production and distribution.
An easy way to maintain this inventory is to list the products in a spreadsheet, which allows for easy organization, especially alphabetization.
Alphabetization, the teaching and learning of skills for reading and writing, is the core of formal education.
Seventh are innovations in organization that enable people to work together, including the Gregorian calendar and alphabetization.
Aside from a few technical glitches (notably in the alphabetization of the bibliography), this book is indispensable for gaining a broad perspective on epigraphy in the eastern Islamic world.
Professionalizing and socio-labor educational plans, digital alphabetization for integration and traditional gender work roles for women.
To include knowledge of vegetable biodiversity and traditional use of plants in curricula at all education levels in Chile would be a contribution to the fostering of adequate scientific alphabetization and respect for different cultures.