Nasby

Nasby

nickname for U.S. postmasters. [Am. Usage: Brewer Dictionary, 745–746]
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Notes: questions no later than january 8, 2018, noon, june nasby, buyer ii, june-nasby@iowa-city.
Private J NaSBY, 20, Northumberland Fusiliers, of West Stanley, Co.
PITCHIN Wavertree SAMIR NASBY routed Magical Mystery Score 5-0 in one of the season's most impressive and emphatic wins.
commences a feud with Cooke Nasby, an Apache boy from the nearby reservation.
Our study did not compare the difference of arch widths on basis of gender, like the previous studies by Howes, 1957; Isaacson et al, 1971; Nasby et al, 1972; Schulhof et al, 1978.
They distinguished between two different indicators of reciprocity: (1) dyadic, which is the correlation between the reciprocal liking measures across all couples, and (2) generalized, which is the correlation between how much each individual tends to like other people, and how much he/she tends to be liked back (Kenny, 1994; Kenny & Nasby, 1980).
2004, at 26-27; Graham Nasby & Matthew Phillips, SCADA Standardization, INTECH, May/June 2011, at 18.
and Carrie Nasby Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Luther Seminary, St.
Isen, Shalker, Clark, & Karp, 1978; Nasby & Yando, 1982; Teasdale & Fogarty, 1979).
Motivated by connections between learning and student's emotional state (Izard, 1984; Masters, Barden, & Ford, 1979; Nasby, & Yando, 1982), affective reasoning has been incorporated into computer tutoring systems to narrow the performance gap with human tutors (Conati, Chabbal, & Maclaren, 2003; Kort, Reilly, & Picard, 2001; Bhatt, Evens, & Argamon, 2004).