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ZIL

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Zork Implementation Language. Language used by Infocom's Interactive Fiction adventure games. Interpreted by the zmachine, for Unix and Amiga.

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Para la verificacion experimental se propone construir una matriz de registro de seguimiento observacional en el tiempo (Gottman, 1994; Bareman y Gottman, 1989), para los diferentes equipos de alumnos en proceso de aprendizaje en el Laboratorio de Fisica, utilizando las tres dimensiones de doble polaridad en el sistema de codificacion: X=indagacion/persuasion, Y=positividad/negatividad, y z=orientacion interna/orientacion externa (Losada, 2005; zill, 1988).
Estos resultados son coincidentes con los encontrados en el estudio de Zill y Resnick (2006), en la evaluacion del impacto del programa Head Start en ninos con riesgo social, que estos autores atribuyen a la menor intensidad y control que existe en la aplicacion de estos programas, en comparacion con programas modelo.
As Zill and Wingate point out, the amount of leisure reading done is also closely associated with education and affluence (for confirming data, see Bradshaw and Nichols, 2004).
Three feature films topped the list at the Cine Chicano Film Festival, which was hosted by REA Communications President Raul Aguirre, including "Nuestra Familia, Our Family," by Orlana Zill de Granados, Julia Reynolds and "Arizona Daily Star" reporter George B.
Nicholas Zill, vice president at Westat, the contractor that designed the test, says such criticisms have been overblown.
The girls also learn hand drumming, zill (finger cymbals), and moving meditation, and are introduced to the concepts of talking circles and journal writing.
1994; McLanahan and Sandefur, 1994; Zill, 1993), which means that they earn less over a lifetime, a sequential cost of their earlier experience.
Contributors include: Nicholas Zill, Gary Shapiro, Pam Broene, Debra Mekos, Monica Rohacek, Liz Quinn, Gina Adams, Janet Friedman, and Haidee Bernstein.
In contrast, several studies based on United States data collected in the 1990s indicate that 24% to 38% of children have weekly visits with their fathers (King 1994, Nord and Zill 1996).