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laver

1. Old Testament a large basin of water used by the priests for ritual ablutions
2. the font or the water of baptism

Laver

Rod(ney) (George). born 1938, Australian tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1961, 1962, 1968, 1969; US champion 1962, 1969
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II s'agissait deja pour elle d'un apprentissage sur le tas, de la << politics of learning in everyday life >> qui fait l'objet de l'une des communications de Lave (6).
In recent years at CMU, Lave devoted much of his attention to two problems: green design and the improvement of electricity systems.
But a new lease agreed between The Black Rock Lave Net Salmon Fishing Association and the Environment Agency Wales, which owns the fishery near Chepstow, will protect the fishermen's rights.
These features foster agency, engagement, and authentic learning experiences by enabling students to 1) become active members of a community of professional practice, 2) develop expertise about a subject, 3) employ different modes of communication, and 4) track changes and progress over time (Brown & Campione, 1996; Lave & Wenger, 1991; Shatter, 2004).
In my research and discussions with lave enforcement individuals in the community, I realized that one of the greatest problems facing society today is crime that is caused by the breakdown of parental supervision of young people.
Your paper revealed low the Taoiseach plans,o rush home from the St Paddy's Day celebrations in the White House - so he can lave a pint in his local pub.
Regarding metabolic syndrome, of the people who suffer from obesity, hypertension, high lipids and high blood sugar lave, only 12.
Gateway has the Drexel Gateway Theatre and large national chains including Potbelly Sandwich Works, as well as locally owned and operated places like Lave, a source of handmade natural bath products overseen by Columbus entrepreneur Lisa Karst.
Since the purchase, Koch has invested in these businesses, which lave been operating as Koch Cellulose.
Investor lave and political darling Fannie Mae is caught underfunding its reserves and doctoring expenses to win bonuses for executives--yet another example of the quasi-public government-sponsored enterprise's skirting the rules that private corporations must abide by.
1989; Lave and Seskin 1972; Penna and Duchiade 1991; Shinkura et al.