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Over time the student interactions increased both when the teachers were present and when they were not, suggesting that teachers can learn to facilitate cooperative relationships among these students and that students can learn how to interact if they are provided with opportunities and/or encouragement.
In the process of investigating the effect of arsenic on blood vessels, we observed that arsenic could enhance agonist-induced contraction in an aortic ring organ bath system, suggesting that arsenic could disrupt contractile function in vascular smooth muscles as well.
Specifically, based on research suggesting that a positive level of QOL is not only normative but adaptive, it is proposed that people respond to this reduction in QOL by making adaptive changes in either domain importance or domain control.
O'Boyle's 8th grade class had 40 students"--again suggesting that NCLB kids were to blame.
Neither Winnowers nor Builders were interested in learning the skills of the other group, suggesting that "we are just who we are.
Additionally, our patient had diarrhea from day 3 to day 20, with positive RT-PCR for SARS-CoV in stool specimens, suggesting involvement of the gastrointestinal tract as well.
Amerindian mitochondrial DNAs have rare Asian mutations at high frequencies, suggesting they derived from four primary maternal lineages," American Journal of Human Genetics 46 (1990): 613-622; and A Torroni, et.
The first development suggesting that the IRS's changed its approach was Est.
Ironically, Gould's "passing" as black itself questions the very racial categories the Atonists wish to secure by suggesting the possibility of racial nomadism that defies strict striation.
Evidence provided in the painting suggests that the Virgin and Child panel may have been a prior workshop production: a large area on the far left, just above the Virgin's shoulder, has been covered with black paint, suggesting that a portion of the original imagery was deemed inappropriate to the work.
Correlations of satisfaction with age and education level were not statistically significant either, suggesting that participant age and education is not associated with satisfaction.
5 in November, suggesting significant progress for the group as a whole (See Figure B).