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This study suggests that families may continue to play an important role in promoting desirable homework management strategies at the high school level.
This led to the emergence of chains as downtown anchors in the "100% district," the most desirable locations in cities' downtowns.
Several authors have maintained that service-learning opportunities help students to better understand class concepts and also lead to desirable outcomes in students, such as enhanced self esteem and an increased interest in social causes.
After the Fractionater works its delamination magic, the mix of un-bonded constituent materials is segregated by size and then recovered through a series of sieves and fluid-bed separators that yield three desirable, recyclable commodities: aluminum choppings and powder; mixed copper and precious metals choppings and powder; and mixed plastics.
There are also standardized tests that establish a person's ability to complete successfully an academic program in some desirable professional field (e.g., medicine, law, engineering) and, by extension, help test takers establish their "fit" with a discipline of their interest.
Ninety-two percent of women said dependability is a desirable characteristic in an ideal mate.
The least desirable applications are large "chunky" iron castings (having a pouring weight of 120 lbs.
A very exciting finish to the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket with less than two lengths covering the first six as Catherine Corbett's grey Desirable, trained by Barry Hills and ridden by Steve Cauthen, gets up close home to win by a neck from the 33-1 chance Pebbles, ridden by Philip Robinson for Clive Brittain.
1) A much easier way to implement and manage SANs (SANs are highly desirable but remain resource consuming and complex to implement and administer).
KYLIE Minogue has been voted the world's most desirable OLDER woman.
Yancey claims in his text's opening chapter that "it is debatable whether assimilation is a desirable goal for racial minority groups," and that he does "not take a position either way." For many, the question of whether or not assimilation is desirable is not so loosely assessed.
Accordingly, Wi-Fi hotspots are becoming a highly sought-after commodity, and service providers are rushing to stake their claim on the most desirable ones, says Chris Kozup, Wi-Fi Analyst for META Group Inc., an IT advisory and consulting company.