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Synonyms for ELA

an extreme leftist terrorist group formed in Greece in 1971 to oppose the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974

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According to Gatzemeier these basics are essential for explaining and highlighting the different types of ELA Offshore Containers and its benefits to potential clients.
The third category ends on July 3rd, 2012, when the European Central Bank decided to suspend Laiki as counter party for monetary policy operations, during which time ELA skyrocketed to e1/49.
This is the first time that ELA Offshore will be exhibiting at the ONS in Stavanger.
Seventh graders in this school were randomly assigned to one of three ELA classrooms.
The BoE believes that the immediate disclosure of ELA could defeat its purpose of maintaining financial stability because it would signal a problem in the bank in question that may result in deposit and creditor flight.
Rules governing ELA state that it is for the short term and should only be given to solvent banks, but the solvency of the banks in Greece is closely tied to that of the state, which needs funding tied to its bailout.
Having secured funding puts the ELA in a good position.
How do ESL and ELA teachers interpret the CCSS-ELA and perceive the challenges ELL students face in meeting the CCSS-ELA?
First, ELA cells appear to harbor the flexibility one would normally associate with only embryonic stem cells (ESCs), offering greater potential to differentiate into a wider array of more developed cell types.
Jailan Helmy, President of the ELA Dubai, said that they "want to raise awareness about the ELA and encourage people to join us in those charitable activities.
The product line includes the ELA M251, U47, U48, C12, AK47 MkII, AR-51, CU-29 "Copperhead", ELA M260, ELA M270, ELA M250, and M80 dynamic mic, as well as cables, large diaphragm and small diaphragm mics, and vintage microphones.
The ELA provided an ideal field site to train graduate students and get them involved in world-changing science.
Written in response to numerous requests from teachers for specific application of the (SIOP) Model to ELA, the text covers the academic language that ELLs need for success in the ELA; lesson planning and unit design; effective activities and instructional techniques; sample SIOP ELA lessons and units for grade clusters K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12; and a concluding summarization of lesson and unit planning, including insights from the authors' own experiences working with the SIOP Model over the years.
The report, Instructional Time in Elementary Schools: A Closer Look at Changes for Specific Subjects, reveals that districts increasing time for ELA and math had done so by an average of 43%, or about three hours each week.
Based on a sub-sample of 5,427 students, we found that students' 2001 ELA PA scores were predictive of their probability of passing the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE).