kemple

kemple

(ˈkɛmpəl)
n
(Agriculture) archaic or dialect Scot a load or measure of hay or straw, varying in size in different periods and localities
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What Tim Kemple's film Surfer Dan has in abundance, however, is grey skies, snow-covered beaches and bleak industrial landscapes.
Kemple juxtaposes the phenomenological method of German Nazi philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) with the semiotic theory of American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) to demonstrate their complementarity and profundity in accounting for human experience.
Sean Kemple, director of sales at Close Brothers motor Finance, has some tips on what to consider: 1 LifestyLe A lot of the time we care about the appearance of a car, but it has to fit with your own lifestyle too.
Sean Kemple, sales director at Close Brothers Motor Finance said: "2019 may be remembered as the year when electric vehicles went mainstream.
SREB's Making Schools Work frameworks are also grounded in research showing that high-quality CTE keeps students engaged and achieving at higher levels, prevents dropout, promotes successful transitions to postsecondary education and the workplace, and offers special benefits to minorities, young men, and students from low-income families (Kemple & Willner, 2008; Stone, 2017).
Kemple, Career Academies: Long-Term Impacts on Labor Market Outcomes, Educational Attainment, and Transitions to Adulthood (New York: MDRC, 2008).
Mariam Kemple Hardy, head of campaigns at Refugee Action, a British charity, told Arab News: "If you arrive here, for example in winter, you might not have a warm coat, so people are unable to buy some of the most basic things that we take for granted."
A stark urban example of these developments is New York City (NYC), featuring the largest public school system in the country as well as perhaps the most complex secondary school application and admission process, for example, Abdulkadiroglu, Agarwal, and Pathak (2015), Abdulkadiroglu, Pathak, and Roth (2005, 2009), Corcoran and Baker-Smith (2015), Dobbie and Fryer (2013a), Hoxby and Murarka (2009), Kemple (2013), and Nathanson, Corcoran, and Baker-Smith (2013).
Heart rate (HR) was collected simultaneously from each player using HR monitors (Polar [Team.sup.2] System, Polar Electro Oy, Kemple, Finland) that sampled at 5 s intervals throughout each match.
The Qatari delegates competed against their colleagues to win the prize for best idea, by pitching ideas to RCGP 'Dragons' chaired by Dr Terry Kemple, RCGP president.
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