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the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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Educational strategies adapted by educators, their motivation and attitudes are directly proportional to positive perceptions of students about their educational environment5,6.
Another area where our perceptions affect our reality is the spiritual.
Perceptions of Jordanian laypersons and dental professionals to altered smile aesthetics.
Investors read the headlines that form their perceptions, and if they start to wake up to headlines that shift the narrative and begin to change opinions, then the money is more likely to follow.
The title is the Perils of Perception and examines the perceptions people have versus the reality of the facts.
Communication and health beliefs: Mass and interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others.
In order to assess EE in the AKUMC, we used the Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM), a valid instrument for assessing students' perceptions. This questionnaire has been used globally in medical, nursing and veterinary schools.6-10 DREEM consists of several subscales; scores achieved overall and in each subscale can be interpreted on a spectrum from very poor or negative to very good or positive.11 The current study was planned to compare students' response assessed by DREEM scores based on the year of study, gender and educational background.
Linguists present findings from their research addressing the perception of dialects in and from the vantage point of urban areas, illustrating cross-linguistic and intra-linguistic differences between the perceptions of dialect in quite different locations.
(32) DA 3.9.432b15-16, compare DA 2.3.429a4-7: "And because imaginations persist and are similar to perceptions, animals do many things in accordance with them, some because they lack reason, viz.
The present study examined the relationship between dance-related perfectionism and perceptions of motivational climate in dance over time.

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