roosa

roosa

(ˈruːsə)
n
(Plants) a type of grass
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In 1971, hundreds of tree seeds were carried into space by astronaut Stuart Roosa, but when Apollo 14 returned to Earth, a mishap caused them to mix.
It all began more than 15 years ago, when Dr Chadha went to study at Harvard Business School and his fellow student spoke to him about her late father, Stuart Allen Roosa, who was the Command Module Pilot for the Apollo 14 mission.
poverty, low levels of social support, and depression) on parenting behavior may be mediated by cognitive factors such as parental self-appraisal and judgment of their parenting roles (Dumka, Stoerzinger, Jackson, & Roosa, 1996).
Southern pine beetles have been found across Long Island and have also been captured in traps in the Hudson River Valley near Bear Mountain, Minnewaska State Park, Schunnemunk State Park and in Roosa Gap State Forest.
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Roosa is the senior brigade support battalion OCT at the JRTC.
At bottom, therefore Aliber's negative conclusions about flexible rate rates rest primarily on the experience of France, and even for France, on a possible but not demonstrated link between speculation and internal policy" (Friedman and Roosa 1967, pp.
Smoke Jumper, Moon Pilot: The Remarkable Life of Apollo 14 Astronaut Stuart Roosa by Willie G.
The use of cauterising agents to promote healing of tympanic membrane perforations was introduced by Roosa in 1876, who used the application of silver nitrate to the rim of a perforation; the use of trichloroacetic acid was first advocated in 1895 by Okuneff.
in the office lobby located at 202 Stuart Roosa, Claremore, Oklahoma.
Existe en la literatura una cantidad considerable de estudios que se han enfocado a la identificacion de variables asociadas al logro academico, los cuales proporcionan informacion util para la planeacion de estrategias y politicas educativas coadyuvantes en el proceso de aprendizaje (Cervini, 2002; Contreras, Caso Rodriguez, Diaz y Urias, 2012; Gil, 2013; Glick, Randrianarisoa y Sahn 2011; Jadue, 1997; Lozano, 2009; Roosa et al.