copple

copple

(ˈkɒpəl)
n
1. (Zoology) a tuft of feathers on a bird's head
2. (Physical Geography) a hill rising to a point
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Jesse Yankey of Ava, Margaret Copple, and Hannah Jolley of Baldwin, Matthew Koester of Red Bud, and Daniel Wasson of Sparta.
com)-- Bentson Clark & Copple, LLC has officially changed its name to Bentson Copple & Associates, LLC.
Liverpool's last thatched building, a cottage demolished in about 1961, was just over the city boundary off Copple House Lane, Fazakerley.
Tom Robbins (United Natural Foods), Erin Copple (United Natural Foods), David Neuman (Gaea) 7.
Cinemark Holdings Inc (NYSE:CNK) on Tuesday revealed that with the resignation of its president and chief operating officer (COO), Robert Copple, the company's chief executive officer (CEO) Mark Zoradi will take over his duties.
Set up by David Copple - previously a board level director at fast-growing technology business The Test Factory - Shine will help businesses and recruitment agencies make use of video interviewing to assess candidates' suitability for roles before taking them to formal interview.
The Idaho Judiciary has reached a pivotal moment in our transition to electronic court records with the implementation of iCourt E-File, allowing documents to be digitally filed, served, distributed and delivered at any time and any place," said Interim Administrative Director of the Courts Justice Linda Copple Trout.
Foy & Mann, 2013, Beaty, 2009; Casey, 1997; Clay, 1975; Jalongo, 2004; Neuman, Copple, & Bredekamp, 2000; Peterson, Taylor, & Hansen, 2002; Schickedanz, 1999; Sulzby, 1990) argue that the development of the aforementioned skills best happens during authentic reading and writing activities when children have opportunities to observe and interact with others who write and read, as opposed to rote learning of letters and words.
Free-play can refer to the type of play espoused in DAR that is child-initiated and allows children to practise new skills (Bredekamp & Copple, 1997).
DAP is a set of standards for providing high-quality early care and education experiences (Goldstein, 1997) based on a knowledge about "how children develop and learn" (Bredekamp & Copple, 1997, p.
Carol Copple, Sue Bredekamp, Derry Koralek, and Kathy Charner, editors
Brandon Copple has been named general manager; previously, he was managing editor of Groupon Inc.