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The mean values of required knowledge about seedbed preparation, and storage of seed fall in between low and medium categories but tending towards low category.
It's work or family and we are now tending towards work.
Illiteracy among farmers and poorly trained extension field staff were rated as the top most problems by the respondents which fell between high and very high categories but tending towards the high category with mean values of 4.
The evaluated program shows little validity with its stated objectives, tending towards informal, pre-communicative assessment that reduces the status of teachers and frames student performance in terms of discrete language functions.
More and more, the world seems to be tending towards the futures anticipated at the beginning of last century by writers like H.
Officials dealt with about 148 smuggling cases in total and say that smugglers are increasingly tending towards trying to bring in larger amounts of drugs at the one time.