n.1.A pattern; an exemplar.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nigeria needs to borrow the lesson from China, the exampler in this regard.
Shirley Henschel of Alaska Momma, for exampler, says artist Ty Wilson, who has worked mostly in African american themes, is moving into images for the Hispanic and Asian communities.
For air PA, the Clean Air Act classifies the sources of pollutants as mobile (for exampler, automobiles) or stationary (for examples, factories).
Besides teachers never set them as examplers. This may be the reason why students also exhibit violent activities and turn as deviants.
Two conditions were then introduced for B1 that were designed as conditions to maintain the say-do correspondence relation and then to evaluate if both or any of these conditions produce say-do generalization in examplers without training.