Scullin


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Scullin

(ˈskʌlɪn)
n
(Biography) James Henry. 1876–1953, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1929–31)
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Early opportunities to save may make use of an important time in children's development by influencing them when their knowledge and behavior may be most impressionable (see Bruck and Ceci 1999; Scullin and Ceci 2001 for information about young children's impressionability).
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They will be accompanied by the Anglo-Welsh Orchestra and the Arms Park accompanist Jo Scullin.
They will be accompanied by the Anglo Welsh Orchestra and the Arms Park accompanist Jo Scullin.