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teeming

[′tēm·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Pouring molten metal, usually a ferrous metal, into an ingot mold from a furnace or ladle.
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The spill-through of light in Dilbar meshes with the play of light through a bedroom window in Windows, just as the repetitions in Dilbar match the sense of domestic routines in Teem. The oddly paired strategies and themes, from the use of different kinds and sources of light to the sensual, homespun erotics, refer back to the dualities in Apichatpong's features Tropical Malady (2002) and Syndromes and a Century (2006), suggesting alternative ways of seeing and alternative frames of reference.
In 2003, the state legislature created TEEM, a research-based and field-tested pre-K collaboration program, to reduce spending on pre-K by encouraging school-based pre-K programs to seek out partnerships with their community-based care providers before creating or expanding their own independent programs.
TEEM helps us sec what this might look like and gives us some leads and some space to imagine "thriving networks" by which the faithful will be edified and leaders raised up in the future.
Professor Angela McFarlane, director of Teem, believes lessons can be learnt from the games industry in terms of developing concepts that challenge and engage children, rather than reproducing text books on the screen.
"The only hope for America is to recover the vision of helping people help themselves," says the Reverend Theo "Doc" Benson, founder of Oklahoma City--based TEEM, in an interview.
Cities and towns on both sides of the border teem with more and more people.
French contractor Teem Photonics has developed what it claims to be the world's smallest erbium-doped waveguide amplifier (EDWA) that is designated as the Metro EDWA[TM] gain block.
Although the event - hosted by Dreem Teem DJs Mikee B, Timmi Magic and DJ Spoony - passed without incident, police have since questioned Mr Hannigan.
Crestron, a global leader in enterprise control and automation technology, today announced a strategic partnership with Teem, a developer of cloud-based meeting tools and analytics helping companies optimize workspace and workplace experiences.
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When the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) came into being as a church with a new vision and identified the need for pastors for emerging ministries, seminaries collaborated with the church and invented a new model of teaching and learning theology: Theological Education for Emerging Ministries (TEEM)--the pedagogy of the church.
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