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one that is worthy of imitation or duplication

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Case studies on the 2016 Exemplars will be available in the Spring, joining 40 existing multimedia case studies at www.
With the data obtained so far, it is impossible to know the effect of teaching Exemplars or Categories alone in children.
The Cadet Exemplar Program is a way for each Air Force Academy class to honor and identify with "a past military giant,'' according to information provided by the academy.
The goal is that when future documents are written, they will make clear--again with exemplars and sample tasks--the depth of reading comprehension necessary grade-by-grade if a student is to graduate workplace- or college-ready.
In this paper we show how to apply this exemplar to evaluate three agent-oriented methodologies.
The profile format of the male likenesses, deriving from Imperial coins, embodied connotations of rulership and empire for the culture; by assimilating the rulers to their classical exemplars, the medals affirmed their authority to rule.
via the use of annotated exemplars of the genre in classroom and web-based teaching;
Nolan Ryan and Randy Johnson are exemplars of this style.
Exemplars include Antony of Egypt, John the apostle, and Frank Laubach.
Note that the pantheon into which Benabib's publicist inserts him is basically one of well-off college kids who met the right editor, collected a big paycheck, and were promptly forgotten by anyone who takes literature seriously, though such writers still serve as exemplars of "the younger generation" for the sclerotic mandarins of The New York Review of Books and similar publications.
Christoph Wolff subsequently pointed to further handwritten alterations in three other exemplars thought to stem from the Bach circle, one of them, in the Library of Congress, containing entries of "autograph character" ("Text-Critical Comments on the Original Print of the Partitas," in Bach: Essays on His Life and Music [Cambridge, Mass.
Applying these values, Kleindienst creates a bizarre moral landscape, where felons, zealots, and segregationists emerge as fine fellows and ethical exemplars.
Most of these studies demonstrated that the procedure of teaching and probing verbal operants with several exemplars results in the eventual emergence, without explicit teaching, of other untaught operants (e.
The study report, 'Indian Enterprise Software Products on Accelerated Growth Path: Enterprise Software Product Excellence Matrix,' has published a product excellence matrix with two (2) major parameters, namely strategic excellence and execution excellence and categorized the products under four (4) groups: Dark horse, Scouts, Achievers and Exemplars.