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to look intently and fixedly

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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The peer review process has changed little from journal to journal for centuries, and Kravchenko was expecting that his most recent paper would get vetted through the same process that put his 80-odd earlier papers into print.
One cooperative learning model that has proven to be an effective form of peer-mediated instruction is the Class Wide Peer Tutoring Program (CWPT) (Burks, 2004; Greenwood, 2001; Greenwood & Delquadri, 1995; Utley et al.
In any given year, as many as 20 mid-career teachers and 600 first-year teachers undergo peer review.
As Webster (1993) noted, "aggressive youth tend to believe that aggressive behavior increases status among their peers, particularly in the short term, and provides tangible rewards.
Archbishop Peers admits to no pre-election jitters back in 1986.
Peers often provide critical functions: They can coach, counsel and provide information and support.
Both blacks and whites had strong peer approval for watching television and weak approval for bowling, reading for pleasure, using a computer, collecting stamps/coins, playing a musical instrument, and going to a museum.
A number of law enforcement agencies currently use peer supporters to help employees prevent and deal with stress.
Peers influence peers more than managers influence subordinates.
In the 1980s, patient advocate organizations argued that peer review programs and state licensing and regulatory boards that monitored physician performance were ineffective.
An employee whose complaint has been heard and rejected by his peers is less likely to call a lawyer.
Social relationships and motivation in middle school: The role of parents, teachers, and peers.
Randall Chase, who served one triennium as a partner from the Episcopal Church in the United States (ECUSA) to the Anglican Church of Canada and who has become a close friend of Archbishop Peers, the primate is at his happiest when he is making connections.
They were provided with a vignette in which the student, who was described as a 10-year-old African American male, was matriculating in a predominantly White suburban school setting and was being referred to counseling because of difficulties in adjusting to a new school, social isolation from peers, lack of motivation for school work, and mildly depressed affect.
Gilmore envisions a future in which journal and grant submissions reach a far-flung jury of scientific peers through computerized electronic mail.