willower

willower

(ˈwɪləʊə)
n
(Textiles) a person who uses or controls a willow machine
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His Highness praised the team's excellent performance , high sports morale, willower and persistence to meritoriously win the title.
The hundred came in 239 minutes, as the stylish willower faced 194 balls, and unleashed a dozen fours and a solitary six off Shillingford to become the 14th Indian to score a hundred on his maiden Test appearance.
The 'concepts' will be identified through the use of frameworks put forward by Silvernail (1992a) regardingbeliefs about education, and Willower, Eidell, and Hoy (1967) regarding learning environments.
Willower, Eidell and Hoy (1967) had previously developed a conceptual framework that facilitated the quantification of somewhat similar typifications of the learning environment.
Bidwell, 1965; Corwin & Borman, 1988; Willower, 1985) These and other features have come to define for the American public what it means to do school (Eisner, 2003; Metz, 1990).
A second set of criteria used by teachers to assess proposed changes to instructional strategies and classroom routines arises from the stimulus-overload, labor-intensive environment that defines school organizations (Hasenfeld, 1983; Willower, 1973, 1982).
Greenfield's challenges to traditional positivistic theories of educational administration have themselves been challenged, notably by Griffiths and Willower, and the major arguments of those debates (i.
Willower pointed out in 1975 that there had been no serious epistemological study in the field of educational administration; and, indeed, epistemic concerns remained largely untreated in the theory debates until 1991 when, with the publication of Evers and Lakomski's book, Knowing educational administration, the view now known as `naturalistic coherentism' was presented in the context of criticism raised by subjectivists and critical theorists against traditional theories.
School leaders encounter conflict on a frequent basis (Martin and Willower, 1981).
Except Jayawardene and Warner (21), none of the Delhi willowers could reach double figures.
South African Mark Boucher (39) and skipper Rahul Dravid (29) were the only willowers who put up some resistance after electing to bat on a pitch which did offer pace and movement to the bowlers.