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Lotan

(lō`tăn), in the Bible, duke of Edom.
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By Yael Lotan. (London and New York: Routledge, 1996.
Research has consistently shown that when groups are working on open-ended, challenging tasks, those who talk more learn more (Cohen & Lotan, 1997).
Arthur, Barrett & Alexander, 1991; Hansen, 1989; Kahneman, Ben-Ishai & Lotan, 1973; Mihal & Barrett, 1976; Zaidel, Paarlberg & Shinar, 1978), one might expect significant correlations between accidents and cognitive lapses as measured by the CFQ.
In one, Elizabeth Cohen and Rachel Lotan of Stanford University observe that, while cooperative learning and heterogeneous groupings are good things, they are not sufficient by themselves because children within a heterogeneous group stratify themselves by status.
Tenders are invited for SR of Sohas Lotan to Katya via bhelauji bujurg Road in Km-1,2,3,4,5(430)
A' cleachadh fiolm mar an ionnsramaid, a' sgrobadh lotan eachdraidheil a' bhaile, tha sin na shamhail cuideachd.
One thing's for sure, the housemates who were booted out - Lotan and Kayleigh - definitely won't be joining the party.
Essex boy Lotan Carter, 28, is a nephew of TV personality Louie Spence.
"D2D Register offers a fully upgraded press-to-rewinder workflow connectivity solution for Nilpeter's prestigious global customer base," adds Jaron Lotan, AVT s CEO.
Writer and Producer Harry Sachdeva conceptualized the plot of the film and decided to bring it on the big screen under the direction of National award winner Shivaji Lotan Patil.
"My girlfriend hates my job with a passion," says Lotan, a classically trained dancer.
Joshua Roth, vice president of retail leasing at Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., announced that the company has leased space at 38 Main Street in East Hampton to designer brand Nili Lotan.