Hittites

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Hittites

An Indo-European people dominating an area west of Euphrates river between 2000 and 1000 BC. They were frequently at war with Egypt.
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Peterson and Hittie (2003) identify several attributes of a supportive learning community:
Pitting the store against that kind of risk was certainly not what owner Scott Hittie and store manager Ron Warner intended--storing the straw outside the store's back room was convenient for employees loading it with the forklift stored there--but now they realize the safety implication and are taking proper action to correct it.
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"Our Reader Rabbit reading titles continue to be top performers in both the school and consumer markets," said Mark Hittie, vice president of marketing for The Learning Company products.