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a metric unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter (or 0.0001 micron)

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However, in other studies, school counselors reported having ineffective interactions with linguistically diverse students, expressed frustration with language differences, and raised concerns about the appropriate use of interpreters (Clemente & Collison, 2000; Schwallie-Giddis, Anstrom, Sanchez, Sardi, & Granato, 2004).
Ambassador Decker Anstrom, said in a (https://geneva.usmission.gov/2015/11/11/itu-action-enables-better-tracking-and-location-of-aircraft/) state
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delegation, led by Ambassador Decker Anstrom, is working at full-speed to achieve the U.S.
Alexander KP, Anstrom KJ, Muhlbaier LH, Grosswald RD, Smith PK, Jones RH, et al.
U., Anstrom, K., Bartoshesky, A., Belanger, A., Delett, J., Karwan, V., Meloni, C., and Keatley, C.
Vanadia systems have been extensively investigated in the last decade due to their broad applicability as heterogeneous catalysts, especially in redox reactions, such as in the selective reduction of N[O.sub.x] (ANSTROM et al., 2003; BLANCO et al., 2000; BOND; FLAMERZ, 1989; BULUSHEV et al., 2002; LIN; BAI, 2003; REDDY et al., 2004; SUAREZ et al., 2002; WILLEY et al., 1995).