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TO WIT. That is to say; namely; scilicet; (q.v.) videlicet. (q.v.)

TO WIT. To know, that is to say, namely. See Scilicet.

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(19) Wist, A Century of Education in Hawaii, 138; Cooke, "Childhood Education 1833-1933," talk given by Flora J.
Wist, who succeeds GAaAaAeA ran Jansson, will take office after SAS' annu general shareholders meeting (AGM) in March 2018.
There was no intake test for WIST. The application, enrolment and course assessment of STEPS and LIFT students complied with set dates from the CQUniversity academic calendar for terms 1 and 2 with LIFT also offered during term 3.
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[...] Het jy geweet die hawe van Gdansk--dit was mos eers Danzig--is die plek van waar Hitler in 1939 sy inval in Pole begin het?" Wist jij, zo zou een Zuid-Afrikaanse versie van deze banale vraag moeten luiden, dat de Kaap ooit een verversingsstation voor Hollandse schepen was en later door Engeland overgenomen werd?
wist shape into a roughly 20cm (8inch) wide ring by bringing the two ends of the dough together and pinching them to seal.
"We always leave the meeting with great ideas about how we as women business owners can make an impact in our community.” Sponsors of the NAWBO Civic Engagement Day include SRP, SplashAZ Marketing and Wist Office Products, and sponsorships are still available.
Analyses of pre- and post- testing of the Word Identification and Spelling Test (WIST) and One-minute reading fluency test scores indicated that students receiving this instructional approach demonstrated significant gains in word reading, sound-symbol knowledge, and oral reading fluency.
Writer Sean Wist claimed he's "willing to bet it'll be a smaller role" among the ensemble cast.
To Julien Wist for designing the body of the reactor, Julian Jimenez for his participation towards the construction and operation of the reactor, Mariela Lopez for FISH assays, Dany Acevedo and Alejandra Tobon for their assistance in PCR assays, Laurent Hafiz for the drawings.
Peg Breen, president of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, and Ronda Wist, vice president for Preservation at the Municipal Art Society of New York made the case for landmarking, pointing out that historic districts promote property values and benefit tourism.