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that provides interpretation

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A comparative study of interpretive podcasts and traditional ranger talks.
Additionally, M100-S24 includes a definition of susceptible-dose dependent(SDD) with educational information explaining the introduction of SDD interpretive criteria; an example and explanation for antimicrobial agents having only susceptible interpretive criteria; information for reporting first- and second-generation cephalosporins and cephamycins for Salmonella spp.
Although this book is not specifically about evaluating interpretive planning and design, it does present a case for considering visitor perspectives throughout the planning and design process--with engaging and interesting end results.
Yet, often, these legislated interpretive rules fail.
First described in 1988, interpretive pedagogy has been implemented with feminist studies, interactive learning environments, nursing and midwifery programs, family health promotion, socially challenged children, special education classrooms, sports education, teacher education, and geriatric courses to name a few.
In the years following Roe and ACTV, it became apparent that the interpretive disagreement surrounding the initial implications left the implied rights peculiarly vulnerable to judicial revision in the short term and that significant modification of the initial implications had occurred over time.
Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation, a US-based non-profit company, has announced that the opening of its Interpretive Learning Centre will take place on August 20, 2011.
An open house to discuss plans for an interpretive Center at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area will be held at 7p.
The interplay between objective scientific study and interpretive humanistic inquiry is readily seen in this emergent field.
The Tax Court ruled in favor of Swallows, holding that Treasury does not have the authority to impose a timely filing requirement through issuing interpretive regulations.
Four years ago, I wanted an early-advanced piece for a high school sophomore; a piece with a sophisticated jazz sound, rich interpretive options, rhythmic challenges and maybe even an optional play-along CD--The Christopher Norton Latin Preludes Collection would have been perfect.
The first goal was to use the SDS:CE version and accompanying interpretive report with high-risk middle school students.
If one is a non-originalist, pragmatist, or otherwise outcome-driven "interpreter" of the Constitution--that is, if one believes that the Constitution should be interpreted in such a manner as to produce justice, good outcomes, or workable and fair solutions to social and political problems, and not be inhibited by the constraints of constitutional text, structure, and history--stare decisis corrupts and undermines such an interpretive theory, too.
Tenders are invited for Interpretive Plan for Fort Ward Park and Museum Area
Taking its inspiration from Karl Llewellyn's celebrated list of canons and countercanons, this Article examines how often and in what ways the members of the Roberts Court counter each other's references to particular interpretive tools when disagreeing about the proper reading of a statute.