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development age

[də′vel·əp·mənt ‚āj]
(psychology)
An index of physical, mental, social, or emotional development stated in age equivalent as determined by standardized methods.
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Jackson Title: Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Age: 54 Education: B.A., M.S., Truman State University; J.D., Washington University Jackson, who defended Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas during his confirmation process, was a former president of American Electric Power-TEXAS.
In order to comply with regulations in reporting games at development age levels (U7-U10) we are unable to publish results or scorers.
"He has been in our development age groups prior to this season and he had the fortunate opportunity to be with the seniors last time out.'' The lack of young English players being given exposure forced Pearce to admit: "We would prefer to see more young players breaking into their teams.''
He's a player of a good development age and that's why we're interested," said the Magpies boss.
Muir is a beautiful, robust child but he has little language, the development age of a two-year-old and is at risk of a seizures 24 hours a day.
If the North West Development Age nc y backs the Gateway development plan, it could get under way in a matter of weeks.
AFTER a lot of excellent football and hard work the North Riding and Tees Valley Girls' League Development age group came to a close with three excellent cup finals.
He's a player of a good age, and a good development age and that's why there's interest.

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