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marchman

(ˈmɑːtʃmən)
n, pl -men
a person living on the border territories
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As such, the City seeks to centralize programmatic leadership of HOPWA funds under the Partners for Home, led by Cathryn Marchman. Cathryn has years of experience in addressing the needs of Atlantas underhoused and we can build upon the existing Continuum of Care infrastructure to ensure timely processing, the making of key hires and other measures necessary to support and provide for our citys most vulnerable residents, continued Mayor Bottoms.
Considering the relationship between lower SES status and lower levels of literacy issues including language processing, comprehension and production (Fernald, Thorpe, & Marchman, 2010; Hoff, 2006; Huttenlocher et al., 2010), it is conceivable that students' formative years with reduced literacy experiences may impact upon participation in languages study later on in their schooling.
Una aproximacion alternativa en el tratamiento de hombres perpetradores de violencia es la intervencion desarrollada por Zarling, Lawrence y Marchman (2015).
Too bad his addiction was not controlled, even though the judge directed him to a bed under Marchman.
The lexical component is responsible for the systematic organization of vocabulary and the storage of word-related information for word recognition and comprehension (Fernald, Perfors, & Marchman, 2006; Lupker, 2011).
Given the predominance of vocabulary assessments in the oral language assessment research identified in our systematic review (five of the final 10), together with the abundance of research showing correlations between vocabulary and reading comprehension (Dickinson & Tabors, 2001) and between vocabulary and children's abilities to comprehend what others say and to communicate with others (Marchman & Fernald, 2008), it is clear that vocabulary should be a component of classroom oral language assessment practices.
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT; Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999, 2012) has quickly gained prominence as a progressive acceptance and mindfulness-oriented cognitive and behavioural therapy, with studies supporting its efficacy across a range of mental health problems, including depressive and anxious symptomatology (Losada et al., 2015), mixed anxiety disorders (Arch et al., 2012), social phobia (Craske et al., 2014), and aggressive behaviour (Zarling, Lawrence, & Marchman, 2015).
Classrooms examined in this study served children from low income families; as research has indicated, such children are at-risk for delayed language development, school readiness, and academic achievement (Fernald, Marchman, & Weisleder, 2013; Rodriquez & Tamis-Le Monda, 2011; Snow, Burns, & Griffin, 1998; Wasik, 2010).
This was a dedicated Scout Rifle training course, directed and supervised by Range Master II Ling New with Gunsite instructors Gary Smith and Mario Marchman. Starting with classroom instruction about the concept and culture of the Scout Rifle by noted author and Scout rifle historian, Richard Mann, I immediately knew I was out of my element.
This lag in vocabulary likely contributes to poor academic outcomes; vocabulary is tied to later academic and professional success (Cheng & Furnham, 2012; Marchman & Fernald, 2008).
Everybody felt there was mutual respect at the table," said Michael Marchman, staff organizer for the teaching fellows union.