Bassock

Bas´sock


n.1.A hassock. See 2d Bass, 2.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The late 20th century precedent in war-crime reparation payment was that made by Germany to Israel (Bassock and Marker, 2009).
When looking specifically at the effects of social-constructs and the age in which a child begins formal education, there does not appear to be any differences between normal or later entry (Lincove & Painter, 2006; Loeb, Bridges, Bassock, Fuller, & Rumberger, 2005; Sarosky, 2009).
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Because such reflective behaviors (i.e., providing and receiving explanations) may help students clarify misunderstanding and enhance mutual comprehension (Chi & Bassock, 1989), therefore can help learners fill in gaps in their understanding.
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