dorsel


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dorsel

1. A canopy.
2. Same as reredos.
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The Sea Life Center is a place someone can enjoy at any age," says Dorsel.
There is an open-air sea bird aviary where guests can get an up-close look at the unique seabirds of Alaska," says Dorsel.
Laing (Dorsel 121, "Interview" np) and so the preceding discussion of Beautiful Losers will have laid out many of the operating assumptions of Elle as well.
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.
However, another pattern of results obtained in Dorsel and Cundiff's (1979) study is more clearly a challenge to the engagement hypothesis of student-prepared testing aids construction and use.
From Vivian Dorsel: I didn't say I'd publish it, George.
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.
Packard Dorsel (Eds.), Neural network models of cognition: Biobehavioral Foundations (ch.
Some instructors have implemented the 'legal' use of cheat sheets in testing situations (Dorsel & Cundiff, 1979; Hindman, 1980).
Dorsel (Eds.), Neural network interpretations of cognition: Biobehavioral foundations (pp.