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Synonyms for activity

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energetic physical action

Synonyms for activity

any specific behavior

(chemistry) the capacity of a substance to take part in a chemical reaction

a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings)

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When Introducing Unique Materials, Provide Unstructured Time When students use new manipulative items such as a magnet or compass, it is difficult to focus immediately on structured activities when they are distracted by the experience.
To illustrate, consider a notional example in which the architecture team is modeling the operational activities of an Air Force special operations organization.
The following in-state activities (assuming they are not of a de minimis level) are not considered as either solicitation of orders or ancillary thereto or otherwise protected under P.
These studies have shown that families who participate in both core and balance leisure activities together have improved family functioning.
For the field experience that is discussed in this paper, the teacher and university professor proposed designing activities around the theme of "Talking Walls".
Researchers applied the routine activity theory to determine that college women become suitable targets based on their routine and daily activities.
Despite the overwhelming evidence that large-muscle movement activities have a positive effect on rhythmic accuracy, piano instruction too frequently has included teaching rhythm without the use of body movement.
As a threshold matter, taxpayers must determine whether their production activities are domestic or foreign sourced.
Certain new or revised sections of the Nonbanking Activities chapter provide supervisory and inspection guidance or they discuss the Board's authorizations or staff interpretations:
Career development activities that begin in the elementary school years promote career development, occupational readiness, and career resiliency among adolescents and adults who function within the moderate to severe range of mental retardation (Black & Langone, 1997; Moran, McDermott, & Butkus, 2001).
They prefer to pack in all the sports, clubs, and other extra activities they can.
At the times in question the Carter Trust employed a full-time ranch manager and other employees who performed essentially all the ranch's activities.
On the basis of this definition, Western scientific tradition is, for example, the accumulated scientific knowledge and practices carried out through the epistemology of the Western worldview, together with a set of cultural values and mores that grew out through time among the network of scholars actively engaged in scientific activities in the West.
If you have any questions or need further information on the review activities, contact Don Chancy or Jim Eddy, Department of Health and Kinesiology, Texas A&M University, Mail Stop 4243, College Station, TX 77843-4243; jeddy@hlkn.
OTTAWA -- Charities engaged in activities to inform public opinion.
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