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For the student with the highly variable scores, the lower scores were used to select passage level in order to guarantee that the material would not be too difficult.
All this tells me that in this student's non-OYO pieces, I must continue to persistently evoke and hear practice steps in select passages and help the student learn to self-evaluate more objectively whether their efforts have culminated in proficiency.
Burnham offers a stirring, erudite, and deeply poetic treatment of around fifty select passages as a culmination of some three decades of thought and discussion.
The Thousand Tongues Theater Company's adaptation of El-Khamisi's book includes select passages, ordered in a way that allows for fluid transitions from one topic to the next.
While the localization of the Euphratean Zalpa is not affected, the author's reading of two select passages as not referring to the northern Zalpa/Zalpuwa is not convincing (pp.
It's hard to praise this book too much and even more difficult to select passages for quotation: one wants to quote the entire book.
Spiritually rugged souls will even read books about the Bible or at least page-a-day reflections on select passages.
Yet perhaps it's facile to read Huggins' 565 pages and only select passages written grandiosely.
In doing so, Sayre enlists the help of select passages from the Philebus which, he shows, not only clears up the troublesome Statesman passage but helps the metaphysical foundations of the dialogue to more clearly emerge.
He then gives a complete synopsis of each piece, quoting select passages and discussing sources and influences.
In light of Jesus' silence on the subject, black pastors, like others who reject lesbian and gay believers, select passages they believe support their culturally bound perspective on homosexuality, just as white Christians used scripture to justify their support of slavery and other atrocities against blacks.
Furthermore, Eugene commits to memory an entire passage from Anabasis, illustrating that now he is not merely reciting schoolbook translations but that he is engaging poetry in a more active manner; he is beginning to select passages that are significant to him personally.