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Synonyms for timpani

a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it

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These practices provide continuous backups and moral support to the teachers and students for bringing about an improvement in their behavior (Gorman & Pauken, 2003).
Tom Pauken is in the primary race for the Republican nomination for Governor of Texas.
As Tom Pauken notes at the outset of his book, he was a student of mine during his undergraduate days at Georgetown in the 1960s.
At Eka, Pauken served as the President and CEO, Dillow as the Chief Operating Officer, and Ochs as Vice President of Finance and Controller.
For primary work like that covered in this article apparently does allow for matching Generation Y's career expectations and preferences on the one hand and attuned employer offerings and work experiences on the other (Shaw & Fairhurst, 2008; Wildermuth & Pauken, 2008), as asserted earlier.
It's an especially good time for employers to take advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit," said TWC Chairman Tom Pauken.
Chor, Soli, Streicher, 2 Oboen, 2 Trompeten, Pauken und Basso continuo.
African American males who misbehave in the same way as their white counterparts are more likely to be punished (Ferguson, 2000; Obidah & Teel, 2001; Sheets & Gay, 1998), resulting in suspensions and expulsions (Costenbader & Markson, 1994; Pauken & Daniel, 1999; Townsend, 2000).
Mayor Steve Pauken of Maumee, Ohio, said that a reporter for The Blade in Toledo "does a good job" on a weekly suburban section published in competition with a weekly, hometown paper, while admitting, "There are days I wish I wasn't covered.
Meanwhile, in Texas, Religious Right leader Tom Pauken lost in his bid for the Republican attorney general nomination, while former U.
Tom Pauken, Supreme Court Tilts Toward Constitution, Dallas Morning News, July 14, 1995, at 23A.
Tom Pauken, the Texas party chairman, said: "He especially needs to pick a vice president who can unite the economic and social conservatives.
As Reagan's ACTION director Tom Pauken put it, task force members seemed to believe the mission was to "change one set of bureaucrats for another and say we've accomplished something just because they're off the federal payroll.
For the thousands of troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan - many of whom have served on multiple and extended tours, it is essential that we help our returning veterans make a successful transition to civilian life," said Tom Pauken, Commissioner Representing Employers for the Texas Workforce Commission.
There is no team of people working together," said Tom Pauken, a former state Republican Party chairman who dropped out of the governor's race in December when it became clear that he could not win.