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collation

1. RC Church a light meal permitted on fast days
2. the appointment of a clergyman to a benefice
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With data that we collected for the period 1998-2000, Table 2 reports the rate of alphabetization for top tier and second tier economics journals.
Castro created the Federacion de Mujeres Cubanas ("FMC") who were primary actors in an alphabetization program which trained domestics and prostitutes for more fruitful employment in the early days of the revolution.
On alphabetization and systems of categorization in the thirteenth century, see Clanchy, From Memory to Written Record, pp.
The twin effects of globalization (and the associated processes of differentiation and marginalization) and the information and communication revolution (transcending both income and alphabetization barriers) combined to make such a gap so glaring, so visible and so utterly discouraging for any notion of hope.
Lynch has cleaned up the alphabetization a bit and replaced those jarring long s's--the ones that look like f's--with our modern short s.
The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter.
Crain, Patricia, The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter.
Brazil has already helped East Timor to expand the use of Portuguese through an anti-illiteracy program, known as Solidarity for Alphabetization, developed by Brazilian universities.
Rules for alphabetization are the primary focus of Chapter 9.
The 1948 alphabetization of crimes in title 18, "for which the spadework was done," wrote Henry Hart in 1958, "by the hired hands of three commercial law-book publishers, on delegation from a congressional committee desirous of escaping the responsibility of hiring and supervising its own staff,"(87) was replaced by a classificatory scheme of eighteen offense categories.
With follow-up activities, they develop alphabetization, organizational and listening skills.
Since the bonding that occurs after alphabetization occurs only perceptually, Socrates implicitly raises the question whether there is a dianoetic bond of the smear.