sprod

sprod

(sprɒd)
n
(Animals) Northern English and Scot a young salmon in its second year
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Time use is also highly stereotyped with expectations around gender, age and status (Ferrar, Olds, & Walters, 2012; Sprod et al., 2016).
[86.] Mustian KM, Sprod LK, Janelsins M, Peppone LJ, Palesh OG, Chandwani K, et al.
[21] Mustian K, Sprod L, Palesh O, Peppone L, Janelsins M, Carroll J, et al.
Sprod's call for classrooms to be 'focused on inquiring after truth, meaning and understanding' (p.19) will resonate with those who yearn to get back to doing what we are charged with: improving students' thinking and reasoning in science (and beyond).
lag tu rang gi skye ba sngon ma'i pha dang/ ma dang/ spun zla gnyen bshes la sogs pa de dag mthar chags su rtsis sprod byas ba'i tshe/ ma rgan de dag lus 'dar phri li li/ mig mchi ma khram khram/ dbugs spud pa lhed lhed pa'i ngang nas 'di snyam du/ da ci drag kyi hud/ 'bros sa ni med/
Sprod, Ph.D., a junior faculty member who is being recognized with an ASCO Merit Award, investigated the appropriate amount, type, and intensity of exercise in cancer survivors older than 65, who are also experiencing the natural functional declines associated with aging.
(32.) Hsieh CC, Sprod LK, Hydock DS, Carter SD, Hayward R, Schneider CM.
Mustian, K.M., Palesh, O., Sprod, L., Peppone, L.J., Heckler, C.E., Yates, J.S., ...