Practive

Prac´tive


a.1.Doing; active.
The preacher and the people both,
Then practively did thrive.
- Warner.
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Villegas urged the faithful to practive selfless giving until it becomes second nature.
Sweet potato branches and leaves is being a practive adopted by small growers to complement animal feed, after roots consumption.
On the voice clinic practive there is still the tendency to break up and reduce voice to parameters and features that are able to be regulated, controlled and disciplined, as pitch, loudness, speed, body posture, and resonance focus for instance.
Body Image: a handbook of theory, research, and clinical practive.
Theory and Practive of Logic Programming 12(3): 361-381.
We've solved that," said Greg Doherty, supplement practive leader at Bolton.
New subdivision (8) added as an eligibility requirement that the Applicant organization certify only lawyers in practice areas that are substantive areas of law, but are not recognized under the Florida plan; New subdivision (9) added as an eligibility requirement that the Applicant organization certify only lawyers in practive areas that are non-substantive, but differentiate from substantive areas in scope, focus, education, training and expertise; renumbers subdivisions (g) and (h) to subdivisions (10) and (11).
ABERGAVENNY TENNIS CLUB At Abergavenny you'll find a range of courts that include three floodlit hard courts, two floodlit carpet courts, two mini red and one mini orange court and a practive wall.
2004) Practive development: training professionals in primary care to manage emotional and behavioural problems in children.
In clinical practive, it may be useful to plan intervention by evaluating the point of view of both the parents and the child.
Innovative learning in work teams: analyzing cycles of knowledge creation in practive.
lt;<Procedural Developments at the International Court of Justice>>, The Law and Practive of International Courts and Tribunals, 5 (2006), pp.