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Researchers have explored school environments in relation to FD and FI cognitive styles and have found that instructors and institutions at all levels tend to encourage and reward FI, analytic, and task-oriented thinkers (Lu & Suen, 1995; Nance & Foeman, 1993; Wieseman, Portis, & Simpson, 1992; Young & Fouts, 1993).
Akinnaso & Ajirotutu, 1982; Foeman & Pressley, 1987; Gumperz & Cook-Gumperz, 1982; Kacmar et al.
Reflections on Chang and Holt," by Anita Kathy Foeman, and "Reconsidering Power and Politics: A Rejoinder," by Chang and Holt.
Fraser is not exactly a foeman worthy of my vainglorious steel, and in any case I can't be bothered hunting up his references and arguing with him; but I welcome him into the arena, if only for the purpose of airing views, and putting some life into sinology: moreover, I will answer anything, the issues of which are clearly defined, without referring me back to previous issues.
We have seen that in the verses of the final scene Virgil refers to the baldric and/or to the scene on Pallas's baldric as "notis" (well known), as "inimicum insigne" (a badge which is both of the foeman and fatal), and as "saevi monumenta doloris" (a memorial of cruel grief).
Foeman tell 'em dey cain't sit in the garage wit da white crew chiefs.
Here leans the idle shepherd on his crook, And vacant on the rippling waves doth look, That peaceful still 'twixt bitterest foeman flow; For proud each peasant as the noblest duke; Well doth the Spaniard hind the difference know 'Twixt him and Lusian slave, the lowest of the low.
The Gallant Irish yeoman Home from the war has come Each victory gained o'er foeman Why should our bards be dumb.
On the other hand, style-sensitive pedagogy capitalizes on students' strengths and promotes personal, educational, and cognitive flexibility (Nance & Foeman, 1993; Nelson, 1977).
At that time, there were 16 states which had these miscegenation laws (Davidson, 1992; Foeman & Nance, 1999).
Although research on African-American speech styles appeared in communication journals by the late 1970s and early 1980s (see, for example, Daniel & Smitherman, 1976; Stanback & Pearce, 1981), Foeman and Pressley (1987) were the first to hypothesize about the communication of African-Americans in the workplace based on research on African-American communication in general.
Or, did Gamelin shirk the fight, and count every foeman twice?