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LIST. A table of cases arranged for trial or argument; as, the trial list, the argument list. See 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3031.

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In other words, the better you listen, the more you'll be listened to.
The study has shown the significance of innovative methods as beneficial for students to effectively listen the English language.Listening skills through innovative methods in education are of equal assistance for the students of 1st and 3rd semesters.
Some people only hear when you speak but do not listen. They hear and want to quickly make points or give examples.
Harris (1986) figures listening in the tutorial as a way for tutors to remain open to students' writing concerns, even if tutors "have to listen more closely to hear what is being said 'behind' the words" (p.
ExXothermic said Listen Technologies' acquisition of Audio Everywhere will enable the ExXothermic to bring its audio-over-Wi-Fi offering to more markets and will facilitate greater collaboration among its teams and more product innovation.
For example, at least 67% of black and Hispanic consumers listen to AM/FM radio daily: Hispanics tune in an average 5.2 days per week, and blacks tune in 5 days per week.
The best insurance producers ask the best questions and listen not with the intent to reply, but with the intent to understand.
Following along with the score, listen silently with your student to whatever piece they bring to their next lesson.
Listen to the interview and fill in each blank with the correct word:
This study also invokes Lipari's movement toward emptying ourselves of assumptions in order to listen unflinchingly to the suffering of others while militating against appropriation and objectification.
Human resource experts list, "Fail to listen to and help employees feel that their opinions are valued" as among the top 10 mistakes that managers routinely make.
Thus within parent/teacher conferences, be they formal or very informal, it is poignant to listen carefully to what the parent is communicating.