Lampron


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Lam´pron

    (lăm´prǒn)
n.1.(Zool.) See Lamprey.
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'More and more drivers are choosing electric vehicles, leaving fossil fuels behind and turning to the energy we provide,' said France Lampron, Director of Transportation Electrification at Hydro-Quebec and President of Electric Circuit.
(3.) Hamelin ME, Cote S, Laforge J, Lampron N, Bourbeau J, Weiss K, et al.
Between them, the OED, W2, W3, the online Unabridged Merriam-Webster, Funk & Wagnall's, and the Century Dictionary offer these words beginning with lampro-Lamprocolius lampron Lamprophane lamprophanite lamprophoner lamprophonia lamprophony lamprophyllite lamprophyre lamprophyric lampropid Lampropidae lampropoid Lamprops Lampropsidae Lamprosoma Lamprotes Lamprotinae Lamprotornis Lamprotornithinae lamprotype
(6.) Shawa JR, Castellucci L, Siegal D, Stiell I, Syed S, Lampron J, et al.
For schools that already have PBIS in place, researchers consider the weaving of RP into the existing multitiered framework as congruous and potent (Ashley, 2016; Bradshaw, 2013; Lampron & Gonsoulin, 2013; Sprague & Tobin, 2017).
Pour une interpretation conciliant les libertes d'expression et d'association, voix par ex Christian Brunelle, Louis-Philippe Lampron et Myriam Roussel, << La liberte d'expression en contexte de crise : le cas de la greve etudiante >> (2012) 53:4 C de D 831.
As some practices instituted within school settings, such as School Wide Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (SWPBIS), provide a much needed system of guidance, structure, consistency, support, and care (Coffey & Horner, 2012; Gonsoulin & Lampron, 2013; Sugai & Horner, 2006).
For children with conduct disorder and aggression cognitive behavior therapies focus on social cognitions and interpersonal problem solving (Durlak, Fuhrman, and Lampron, 1991).