Flawn

Related to Flawn: co-opt, disillusion
(flạn)
n.1.A sort of flat custard or pie.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The study was funded by a Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development grant and supported by the Communities for Just Schools Fund and the Priscilla Pond Flawn Endowment at the university.
FLAWN (The University of Texas at Austin), 91, died May 7.
Brown is an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education and a Fellow in Priscilla Pond Flawn Regents Professorship in Early Childhood Education.
Former UT-Austin President Peter Flawn, who served from 1979 to 1985, recalled one former board member who was heavily involved in university personnel decisions.
Janet Flawn for her personal and comforting service and to James and Sally Dickinson for the funeral arrangements.
Wales squad: Alice Evans (Muallt Newtown FC), Kayley Martin (Tranmere Rovers), Jenny Thomas (Garden Village AFC), Cherie Bessant (Cyncoed Ladies), Katie Williams (Newport County), Rhian Cleverley (Maerdy Tigers Girls FC), Demi Edwards (Kiddiminster Harriers), Angharad James (Manorbier AFC), Hattie Flawn (Crickhowell Panthers Girls), Ashleigh Harris (Bristol Football Academy), Hannah Lewis (Manorbier Football Club), Pheobe Davies (Liverpool Ladies FC), Sadie Harry (Llangyfelach FC), Alicia Howells (Northop Hall Girls FC), Chloe O''Connor (Landore AFC), Chelsea Doherty (Rhyl Football Academy), Gwennan Davies (Landore AFC), Holly Taylor (Pontardawe FC)
He said tests showed Mr Steel, of Flawn Road, Norris Green, had not drunk any alcohol in the hours before he died on July 1.
"Russ" Whitehurst, and Tyrrell Flawn); (3) Report of the Task Group on Conceptual Knowledge and Skills (Francis "Skip" Fennell, Larry R.
As university presidents have often observed, the development and maintenance of effective interdepartmental collaboration is typically among the greatest of institutional challenges (Flawn, 1990).
Nidyw paragleidio yn gamp i'r gwan galon, ac er ei fod yn flawn peryglon mae lolo'n mwynhau'r prof iad.
The move, he said, will open 6,000 square feet in the four-story Flawn Academic Center, which opened in 1963.
Huston, Priscilla Pond Flawn Regents Professor of Child Development, The University of Texas at Austin, one of the principal investigators in the study, commenting on how parents could determine the level of quality in a particular day care setting, indicates that "You need to look at the kind of human interactions that are going on, more than the pretty toys and fancy physical setting." She says parents should try to observe "the way care givers interact, whether they talk to the children, what kinds of activities the children are engaged in.