References in periodicals archive ?
The creation of a system of monitored practicing of the deficiently pronounced phonemes without the physical presence of the therapist is extremely useful to the therapeutic success.
Volunteers were excluded from study if any of the following criteria applied at the time of study: 1--history of allergy to saffron, 2--history of blood disease, for example: iron deficiently, anemia, hemophilia, 3--history of cardiovascular disease including vascular or conductive cardiac disease, hypertension, orthostatic hypotension, 4--history of renal disorder or electrolytes disorder 5--history of endocrine disease for example: hypo or hyper-thyroidism, diabetic mellitus, hyperlipidemia, hypercholestrotcmia, 6--history of gynecologic or any menstrual disturbance, 7 pregnant or lactating women, 8--addicted to smoking or any substance, 9--volunteers who have taken any drugs.
In an analysis of various global models, for the generation of climate change scenarios over the Piura River Basin (along the northern coast of Peru), SENAMHI (2004) found that two out of eight models deficiently represented the ITCZ's position, placing it between 5oS and 10oS, nearly in front of the capital city, Lima.
An alternative account has been to present boys, as the title to Millard's (1997) book suggests, as Differently Literate rather than deficiently literate.
A worldview of interdependency is admittedly the cause of unpredictability, but it spawns new creative movements and ideas, and a respect for other cultures who simply view life differently, not deficiently.
Forest Guardians appealed a judgment, which held that the United States Forest Service (USFS) complied with the Endangered Species Act (ESA) (602) despite USFS's failure to re-initiate consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) after deficiently monitoring grazing utilization levels on pastures in the Water Canyon allotment within the Apache-Sitegreaves National Forest in Arizona.
This space will be the second aspect of spatiality discussed herein, with the aim of showing that the concept of the common, intersubjectively constituted space is vacuous in the novel, but precisely in its vacuity, holds the inhabitants of the fictional Manhattan captive in the city as a deficiently human, yet unquestionably existent, socially constructed sphere.
In opposition to a narrative fictional world, we can see the lyric one as a constellation of little lights, deficiently put through.
They figure a keenly felt isolation, inferiority, and oddness, interpreted as defect or deficiently.
That is, as has been the case in the fields of psychometric, psychological, and educational research, the missing element in studying Latino populations has been the disaggregated cohort of Latino children who manage two language systems either proficiently as additive bilinguals (cognitively competent and literate in two languages) or deficiently as subtractive bilinguals (underdeveloped linguistic systems).
The party challenging counsel's performance must first demonstrate that the attorney performed deficiently and not as a result of an objectively reasonable strategy or matter of tactics.
The first results of a study in progress where children are asked to describe simple past events from the past point of view indicate that the temporal passe compose is also used deficiently by children with SLI.