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One is available in the book 7 Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences , by Thomas Armstrong, which offerschoices such as, "I enjoy entertaining myself or others with tongue twisters, nonsense rhymes, or puns" and "I find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time."
Here, a good technology allowschoices to be heavily individuated.
Short of that radical change, effective legislation should be passed to increasechoices for employees.
Reed was an inspiredchoice: He had enough principles to win religious conservatives' trust, but not enough to scare everyone else.
In my view Mr B has not taken into account that Miss A was a frail, vulnerable elderly woman who, because of her demented state, was unable to exercisechoice in the situation.
The entry of independent testing services will not only providechoice for network operators, but also ensure that there is a good chance of testing facilities being available at all times.
It's during the lousy years with weak teachers that we parents suddenly find ourselves being led from our particular complaints to ask bigger questions about the whole approach of a school, and being tempted to think in unduly polarized terms--as if there was some clear-cutchoice between constructivist and more teacher-directed learning.
Determinations require a balance to be struck between preserving the incentives of access seekers and access providers to invest, encouragingchoice and the delivery of quality services at competitive prices.
The broad base of subjects in Year 9 allows students to study subjects at an introductory level ensuringchoices made in the senior school are based on experience.
Come to our next breakfast meeting and learn from Warwick Wright, TAB's general manager of technical services how TAB exploits technology to provide its customers with ever expandingchoices for placing their bets.
New Zealand as a nation, and as a collection of local communities, now faceschoices about how much biodiversity we wish to conserve and how much we wish to contribute to this effort.
The mid-range imageRUNNERs combine a maximum paper capacity of 4,550 sheets; trayless duplexing; envelope printing and advanced finishingchoices including saddle stitch booklet finishing, single and multi-position stapling and 2 or 3 hole punching.
I congratulate the writers of the publication for presenting the much ignoredchoices of a widely held set of beliefs in such a natural, accessible fashion."
This includes internalising management and environmental costs, and internalisingchoice in achieving fisheries management environmental standards or goals.
It is the inevitable turbulence and messiness of introducingchoice and competition to a major social program.
Prices: All prices subject to change before deposit paid.Alterations: All modifications to menuchoices or guest numbers must be received five days before the charter date.
But only in small respects have developments in technology and the global economy narrowedchoices over policy.
While the retail market was officially deregulated in 1993, the cost of interval metering and data handling effectively preventedchoice for all but a few hundred.
Besides a number of questions regarding individual health, preychoice, territorial behaviour, movement patterns and reproductive success in relation to parasite loads can be worth investigating.
This is the so-called rights-based approach in that the consumer has the right to know what treatment entails in order to make a reasonedchoice and thus give valid consent.
A six weight is a good all around rod and the recommendedchoice for the beginner.
Nobody says this to men about their baseball caps, the ubiquity of which has reducedchoices for men just as general hatlessness has diminished the possibilities for women.
However, there are still many controversies regardingchoice of fluids [ 9 10 11 12 ] , vasopressors [ 13 14 15 ] , hemodynamic end-points for resuscitation [ 16 17 18 19 20 ] , and monitoring techniques.
Then having made repeatedchoices that were clearly wrong, in betrayal after betrayal I convinced myself that what I had indulged in I needed.
Searching for the rabbis' ELS, therefore, requiredchoices about what names to use for each particular rabbi.
We must oppose any proposal that increases costs or restrictschoices without good reason."
The association noted this information supported the decision to retainchoice for clients in New Zealand.
But employers on the panel scuttled all concrete measures to returnchoice to consumers.
And all those CHOICES’, those seemingchoices that are an illusion, that are the wrong path, will disappear, one by one.
In Australia, which is to lead the peacekeeping force, the Sydney Morning Herald said, by contrast, that Australia intends "to respect the will of the East Timorese people and their clearly statedchoice of freedom."
As a necessary part of their education, students need to be enable to move into the world beyond school, carrying with them nationally recognised qualifications that supportchoices either to continue in tertiary education or to begin employment.
In describing Nichols' interpretation, the problem of technique immediately arises, because to give examples of specific line readings suggests that he's merely made a sequence of actingchoices, when what makes his performance so engrossing is his ability to embody all these aspects of his character at once.
This event is an automotive triathlon with a hill climb, an autocross and a motorkhana, with the events being set up, and tyrechoice regulations so that even smaller cars can have a reasonable chance.
This provides access to enormous markets, and customers have buyingchoices they never had before.
Carefully calculatedchoices in bull selection are essential to their success, both in maximising the results they achieve from their steer progeny and in building on the milking and productive ability of their cow herd replacements.
The racial discrepancy of this castingchoice doesn't bother me nearly as much as the fact that portraying Edgar Allen Poe as a guy with a high-pitched, breathless voice who has had a ton of plastic surgery would put such a completely different spin on what might have been the psychological issues behind the writing of those scary twisted stories that it just might be impossible to ever really enjoy them again.
If, having read the above you are interested in producing a unit for English, Social Studies or ESOL Online please email Phil Coogan, indicating your interest and submitting a completedChoice of Unit Form.
Apart from the advantage of conferringchoice, the other benefit from offering the CBTA is that drivers tend to experience a wider variety of driving tasks and conditions during professional lessons.
I believe we New Zealanders unfortunately have a genius for confusing ourselves by definingchoices where real choices don't exist - or establishing false dichotomies if you wish to use impenetrable language.
These actions of government have served not to denychoice, but to increase it.
They also indicated whether the individual was enrolled in a Fee-For-Service (FFS) or a capitated (HMO) plan, a choiceprovided by the insurer.
CW: They make their choicesbased upon advice given by counsellors.
The choicedepends on the area to be treated and the depth of the lines.
Further complicating analysis of the impact of childhood and adult socioeconomic position on health are choicesregarding the socioeconomic measure(s) employed [16â€“18].
Libertarians have great faith that people nearly always make rational choices and that having more choicescan't be bad.
The Wall Street Journal says the choiceproves that H-P "is serious about continuing to revamp its stodgy image," while a New York Times editorial calls it evidence that the glass ceiling "is at least cracking."
The papers all note that the choicemet with the communists' approval and hence is likely to be approved by the parliament, possibly resolving the country's leadership crisis.
While four other witnesses criticized the duplicity of "pro-drug" forces and the naiveté of the voters, Romley bluntly identified the central choicesfacing law enforcement: go after doctors, federalize marijuana enforcement, go to court, and get a strategy.
Thus, we end this section with a cautionary note about filters: the choicerequires familiarity with the raw data (one reason for the earlier emphasis on qualitative scrutiny of data plots prior to quantitative analysis); a specific criterion or goal; and a conservative sense about whether the important components of the signal might be distorted.
Watson invokes Shelldrake's "morphic fields" to support the view that each individual "right" choicehelps to create a climate of rightness.
Many of the opponents of school choicesend their kids to private school, even while professing steadfast belief in public schools.
After investigation, the choicefell on a block of 130 acres near New Lynn owned by the Gardner brothers.
By Nic Cooper, Southern Alpacas Stud As the choicegrows in NZ for studs, the buyer needs to become more discerning.
You will only be contacted in the manner of your choiceindicated by you on the form below.
I thought it a good choiceleaning towards upbeat, kick-ass grooves with a twist of sci-fi.
These choicesleft me in quite a quandary.
Eliminate those that are obviously wrong, and then work on the remaining (with your adequate preparation, the final choiceought not to be difficult).
Although support for these choicesplay out largely along party lines, the papers note that Republican support for the choices that make life more complicated for Clinton has flagged somewhat in recent days.
Gazing back at the wreckage, the interesting question is not the crude choiceposed on political chat shows--"Ken Starr: Hero or Villain?"
Some choicesproffered in the new "Marriage and Family" thread: friendship, mutual respect, honesty, humor, and variety.
The choiceranges from traditional hand-carved Chinese rosewood furniture to well-made reproductions of modern Western styles.
I suspect Banks' choicereflects his own commitment to a sensibly conventional vision of the intellectual life, one that casts more light--and less heat--than much of the heady verbiage in the current debates about the Black Intellectual.
As this subselection is not routinely subjected to independent test using input examples originally withheld from the subselection process, it is generally not possible to judge how specifically the subselection choicesrelate to this specific set of examples as opposed to the general population of potential examples.
A few such painful choicesrescued what might otherwise have been a disastrous first term.
The obvious choiceseemed to be New Zealand.
But, implicitly, the choiceserves a more didactic purpose as well.
That is what rat choiceteaches, and nobody has yet proved it wrong--even in theory.
So it was more a case of the wrong choiceundoing all our hopes, not a great champ like Lyell letting us down.
Rathkeale is one of the Trinity Family of Schools - the family of schools of first choiceupholding Christian values and focused on personal excellence.
Once the requirement level rises above the simple invoicing/cashbook/general ledger level, or when multiple users must be supported, the product choicewidens and determining the features required becomes more complex.
(The taster who made this choiceadvises Microsoft on what new features should go into the next version of Word.)
Hidden Dragon is Ballroom Babe's first live foal but has been followed by a Flying Spur 2yo colt, a Redoute's Choiceyearling filly and a Redoute's Choice colt foal.
Consider color first because your color choiceaffects the background or template that you use for the entire presentation.
Resene Paint Effects Medium is an Environmental Choiceapproved product.
Giving to either agency is a choiceattached to a clear moral judgment.
Such a choicebears directly on the presence and possession, practice and experience, of many interpersonal skills.
At nightfall, new choicesbeckon.
They are learning to make positive choicesconcerning alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and to support each other when those choices are challenged.
They're neither good enough to take straight--the choicesconvey no aesthetic authority; the performances make no earthly sense--nor consistently awful enough to enjoy as camp.
We have a choice and in the end, that choicedetermines who we choose to follow.
Afterward, the boys were told that their choicesdivided them into a "Klee group" and a "Kandinsky group."
But what if for some reason our ocean of consumer choicesdries up?