dorsel


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dorsel

1. A canopy.
2. Same as reredos.
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A similar pattern of results was obtained by Dorsel and Cundiff (1979) who found that psychology students who prepared and used student-prepared testing aids outperformed students who prepared and did not use them.
To Vivian Dorsel, editor of upstreet (yes, with a small "u"): You expressed interest in publishing my literary survey.
The LSI measures three domains of learning styles: conditions of learning (Gagne, 1967, 1970; Kolb, 1974; Stern, 1962), content (Beswick and Tallmadge, 1970; Dorsel, 1975), and preferred ways of obtaining new information (Cooper & Garth, 1966; Jensen, 1970; Snow, Tiffin, & Seibert, 1964).
Weymouth based metal finishing specialist, Tecan, has supplied tens of thousands of defect-free black-anodised aluminium parts to the world-leading high-precision engineering company, Air Bearings Limited (ABL), Poole, Dorsel.
Andreas Dorsel, Member of the Board at Carl Zeiss SMT and Senior Vice President and General Manager of SMT's Lithography Optics Division.
However, Dorsel and Cundiff (1979) found that cheat sheet preparation did not improve student performance if the student was depending upon it being available in a test situation.