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Synonyms for cradle

Synonyms for cradle

a baby bed with sides and rockers

where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence

birth of a person

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a trough that can be rocked back and forth

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hold gently and carefully

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bring up from infancy

hold or place in or as if in a cradle

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cut grain with a cradle scythe

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wash in a cradle

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run with the stick

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1999; Pressley, Wharton-McDonald, Allington, Block, & Morrow, 1998; Sternberg, 2003; Wenglinsky, 2000 Expectations for student Peart & Campbell, 1999; Palardy & learning Rumberger, 2008;Wentzel, 2002 Use of technology Cradler, McNabb, Freeman, & Burchett, 2002; Schacter, 1999;Wenglinsky, 1998 Questioning Allington, 2002; Cawelti, 2004; Stronge, Ward, Tucker, & Hindman, 2008 Student assessment Assessment for understanding P.
"Cubital Fossa": Pack mule for packages,/ cradler of gunbutts,/ blackfly cockpit,/ cuffcruncher,/ nonelbow,/ sweat tarn,/ gula,/ bight.
The evaluation process included surveys, self-assessments, interviews, and records of accomplishments to determine awareness and use of the CLRN, and whether the service "identifies electronic learning resources to meet instructional needs" (Cradler, Beuthel, Cradler, & Barline, 2008, p.
A number of studies found that high-poverty area schools use computers primarily for math and reading instruction, whereas low-poverty area schools used computers for Internet functions (Becker, 2000; Coley, Cradler, & Engel, 1998; Smerdon et al., 2000; Wenglinsky, 2006).
Pack mule for packages, cradler of gunbutts, blackfly cockpit, cuffcruncher, nonelbow, sweat tarn, gula, bight.
Tyler Cradler, 28, of 16-B Chapin Court, Northboro, charged with threatening to commit a crime, guilty, $100 fine, $50 victim witness fee.
Training and support models that may achieve this objective have been outlined by the International Society for Technology in Education and offer a comprehensive, research based model for professional development and technology support (Cradler & Cradler, 2002).