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varvel

(ˈvɑːvəl)
n
(in falconry) the ring on a strap which holds the bird to the trainer's wrist
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Algunas actividades de ensenanza bajo la modalidad presencial y en linea son similares; sin embargo, muchos de los roles, competencias y actitudes de los docentes se requieren para la ensenanza efectiva en linea varian (Alvarez, Guasch, & Espasa, 2009; Bailie, 2011; Ragan 2009; & Varvel 2007).
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Research on psychological type and team composition has shown that, while personality cannot predict team effectiveness or performance, it is an influencing factor (Varvel, Adams, Pridie, & Ulloa, 2004).
Varvel, Wise, Niyuhire, Cravatt & Lichtman (2007) demonstrated that an inhibitor of FAAH facilitates the extinction of spatial memory in Morris's water maze test, an effect that is prevented by blocking CB1 with SR141716A.
Norcross, GA, April 29, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Varvel Group was formed in Bologna, Italy, in 1955.
Timothy Scott Varvel, SC, USN, completed 30 years of active service and retired on December 1, 2015 after serving at U.S.
Varvel, "Proportionate progress: a notion of fairness in resource allocation," Algorithmica, vol.
After being appointed as head of the unit in June, Eric Varvel has now made more changes at the unit.
Zurich: Credit Suisse today announced that Eric Varvel will join the International Wealth Management division as Global Head of Asset Management, effective June 1, 2016.
The online interactive learning supports have been discussed in great detail in the literature (Aleman & Wartman, 2008; Newhauser, 2003; Varvel, 2007).
[3.] Gary E, Varvel N and W Wilhelm Soybean nitrogen contribution to corn and sorghum in western Corn Belt rotations.