a.1.Curly; curled.
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Seidler (Professor of Philosophy and University Distinguished Professor at Western Kentucy University), "An Introduction to the History of the Principal Kingdoms and States of Europe" was originally translated from German into English in 1695 by Jodocus Crull and quite influential among 18th Century scholars.
Instructional variables included in planning that create successful learning opportunities for students have been identified as time and appropriate practice (Carroll, 1989; Silverman, Tyson, & Morford, 1988), skill progression, and accountability (French et al., 1991; McCaughtry & Rovegno, 2003; Rikard, 1992; Rink, 1994, 2003; Silverman, Kulinna, & Crull, 1995) and can not only increase students' success in an activity, but may also be incorporated into PST planning.
FORD CRULL explores the expressive power of personal and cultural symbols in a series of densely painted and vividly colored compositions.
Tim Crull, Greenock, said: "These people have embarrassed the club.
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