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(9.) 'The judge fined Rahme, who had no previous convictions, $10,000 on the bludging charge, holding that "his income stems from and depended upon the exploitation of a large number of women"'.
(12.) 'That would fix the greedy squatter, the stupid banker, the bludging city merchant'.
The values constructs in the model are intrinsic career value, job security, time for family, job transferability, shape future of children/adolescents, enhance social equity, make social contribution, bludging, and work with children/adolescents.
Describe students' attitude toward teaching secondary agricultural education (ability, intrinsic career value, fallback career, job security, bludging, time for family, job transferability, shape the future of adolescents, enhance social equity, make social contribution, work with adolescents, prior teaching and learning experiences, social influences).
The questions are grouped into 13 sub-constructs to measure attitude: make a social contribution, prior teaching and learning, ability, work with adolescents, intrinsic career value, job security, enhance social equity, shape the future, social influence, job transferability, time for family, fallback career, and bludging. Section two of the instrument was designed to collect data related to students' beliefs about teaching.
In common with many other Aboriginal communities, the impression is also given that Port Keats is a bludging community -- always with its hand out for money.
These questions began with the stem "I want to become a high school agriculture teacher because," and included questions such as "I like teaching about agriculture," "it will allow me to shape children's values," and "I have had good teachers as role models." The questions are grouped into 13 sub-constructs to measure attitude including "make a social contribution," "prior teaching and learning," "ability," "work with adolescents," "intrinsic career value," "job security," "enhance social equity," "shape the future," "social influence," "job transferability," "time for family," "fallback career," and "bludging." Section two of the instrument was designed to collect data related to students' beliefs about teaching.
Some countries see us as bludging on them; on their defence shield; on their taxpayers.
Overseas, this new approach is regarded as a withdrawal into an isolationist role -- or, worse, as bludging on others' defence shields and taxpayers.
New Zealanders must understand that from the Australian point of view the conclusion is inescapable and irrefutable: New Zealand IS bludging and taking a free ride on defence courtesy of the Australian taxpayer.
New Zealand is seen as bludging and taking a free ride on defence courtesy of the Australian taxpayer.