Misseldine

Mis´sel`dine


n.1.The mistletoe.
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Andrew Misseldine, assistant professor of mathematics at SUU, published a case study comparing students who used OER for their textbooks with students who used traditional textbooks.
This follows the national trend that adopting OER materials seems to be helping students persevere in the class," said Misseldine.
Conference of Mayors, which in June passed a resolution encouraging mayors to phase out city spending on bottled water and promote the safety of municipal water, according to Carol Misseldine, coordinator for Green Cities California.
Bottled water is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, which has less stringent standards than the Environmental Protection Agency, which monitors municipal water supplies, noted Misseldine in the announcement released today.
People living with HIV/AIDS who are unable to disclose their HIV status to family, friends, and others in their social networks have less social support and fewer coping resources and experience greater emotional distress than do individuals who are able to disclose their HIV status (Parsons, Misseldine, Van Ora, Purcell, & Gomez, 2004).
The final contest became a dramatic affair when newly-crowned Warwickshire Closed champion Prime led 2-1 against Andrew Misseldine but the Oxford player took the match.
Matharu had arguably the best win of his career against Andrew Misseldine, who beat Prime 11-5 in the fifth to snatch a draw for the visitors.
At every opportunity she flies home to Orlando, Florida, where Misseldine runs a gallery, dashing down and back over a weekend if her full schedule permits.