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setting

n. the action of a court, clerk, or commissioner in scheduling a trial or hearing. (See: set)

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Utilizing the student-led conference model, teachers are able to scaffold students in setting their own learning goals which may be a key to increasing achievement, accountability, and skills that will be needed as lifelong learners (Fuchs et al, 2003; McDonald & Boud, 2003; Palmer & Wehmeyer, 2003).
After setting a screen, #4 will open up toward the ball.
However, healthcare settings can also be amplifiers of multidrug-resistant bacteria and bloodborne viruses.
Setting 2: This is the cross country setting (47 psi) and should be used for off-road conditions.
(a) College-based clinical setting, (b) Field-based school setting, or (c) Combination of these experiences.
Roll each piece through a pasta machine, starting on the thickest setting and ending on the thinnest.
Before I arrived in June, my fellow board members determined not to exercise the authority to delegate the standards setting to a professional group but instead voted to set the standards from within the PCAOB.
The composition of Setting One of the Holy Communion has its own microhistory that, for me as the composer, begins with the earliest meetings of the LMC in 1967-68.
Setting j = 0 implies that [p.sub.ij] = [p.sub.i] and, hence, that the [p.sub.ij] are concurvity-free.
What we've done is a combination of clearly setting out the principle with a series of "thou shalts" after it and a requirement to double check at the end that you've met the principle.
"We haven't gotten a clear explanation from them as to why NTT DoCoMo can make a distinction between (fixed-line) carriers and other kinds of carriers in setting prices on their customers."
For many reasons, camp administrators are finding it more challenging to maintain a healthy camp environment and insure quality health care delivery in the camp setting. Camps are experiencing an environment of increasing societal and parental expectations regarding camp health care while grappling with the growing worldwide nursing shortage.