Hallian

Hallian

[′hȯl·ē·ən]
(geology)
A North American stage of Pleistocene geologic time, above the Wheelerian and below the Recent.
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For instance, the chant "This is what democracy looks like!" is an articulation in a Hallian sense.
Classrooms are still dominated by liberalism, the idea that schools are institutions independent of racism, that it is not the system but the actors themselves that see and act on color and that those actors can be taught to behave accordingly to remove racial actions (Hallian, Kao, Tienda, and Schneider, and Kalmijn and Kraaykamp are all examples of this sociological thinking.).
(77) Patri was a devout exponent of Hallian theories of boyhood.
At the same time, a Hallian spirit resurfaced in the "conservative radical," as one of Spock's biographers called him.
Riverdale Primary Reception pupils with teachers Mrs Coldwell and Miss Hallian mcintyre 121016mgariverdale
According to the ABHC for boys, this year 145 Hallians appeared in the HSSC-II, examination where 104 students achieved A-1 and A grades.
The College administration and the faculty congratulate all the successful candidates generally and specifically the Hallians and their parents.
This year 145 Hallians appeared in the HSSC-II examination 104 students achieved A-1 and A grades.
According to the details, this year 159 Hallians appeared in the SSC - II, 2018 examinations, the overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of the college remained 5.72.
Chief guest Lieutenant General Tariq Khan, Retired, Hilal-e-Imtiaz Military expressed his extreme delight to see the performance of the young Hallians.
Admiral Noman Bashir, Salman Bashir former Foreign Secretary, Retired Generals, Lt Gen Mumtaz Gul, Maj Gen Mahmud Durrani, Lt Gen Ayyaz Saleem Rana, Lt Gen Muneer Hafeez, Lt Gen Tariq Khan, Nawab Jahangir of Junagarh, Nawab Salauddin Saeed, the last Nawab of Amb State, Yousaf Ayub, Umer Ayub, a large number of MNAs, MPAs and former senior military and civilian bureaucrats went through the portals of Burn Hall still introduce themselves as proud 'Hallians'.