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the place where an action or event occurs

the properties, backdrops, and other objects arranged for a dramatic presentation

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the context and environment in which something is set

the state of the environment in which a situation exists

arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted

the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event

the physical position of something

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a table service for one person

a mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place

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Significant research suggests that the degree of success a student experiences in their efforts towards achieving self-regulation through individual goal setting is largely influenced by the cognitive processes of motivation and self-efficacy.
In contrast to SARS and bloodborne viruses, the rise and amplification of multidrug-resistant organisms in healthcare settings have been gradual and subtle.
Setting 4: The last is the emergency setting (18 psi), which should be used when your Stryker is stuck in deep mud, sand or snow.
Comments from the counselor educators (N = 8) who identified a field-based setting as most efficacious for school counselor preparation included: "I think students will be more effective overall having a closely supervised practicum.
Leupold was critical as well of certain melodic lines as in the Te Deum, where "the notes, following each other in conjunct motion, seem to proceed without much rhyme or reason."' In moments of self-evaluation I willingly agreed with him and in later writing sought to avoid the kind of characterless banality that comes all too easily in the hasty setting of a long prose text.
Factors such as camper demographics, camp setting and programming, attributes of the nursing program, and learning goals for the specific nursing course will combine to create the design for an SNI in each camp setting.
Use the results of your personal survey to guide you with goal setting.
The first, "The Popular Tradition: Secular Song to Lauda," treats mainly of the music heard during Savonarola's time in Florence, simple settings of devotional Italian verse by the friar and his followers.
The setting is Atlanta's Auburn Avenue in the 1940s.
While the place setting business is most attractive to the bride, Salett said Ross-Simons sells "a lot of full sets to brides."
It is important for other team members, independent of work setting and implementation models, to understand the range of responsibilities and associated competencies of speech pathologists.
Fuzzy logic attempts to capture within a mathematical framework the vagueness of such qualitative terms as "warm" or "fast." In essence, it allows engineers to specify the degree to which something occurs--how hot it may be outside or how rapidly a motor should turn -- without setting a particular threshold value for crisply separating "warm" from "hot" or "moderate" from "fast." The boundaries between categories become, well fuzzy.
Job coaching includes (a) analyzing the task to be performed, (b) systematically teaching each element of the task, (c) collecting data, and (d) gradually fading to the cues and reinforcers in the natural setting. Job coaches may also teach job-related social skills and perform additional functions, including some that take place away from the employment site (Wehman & Melia, 1985).
After weighing the procompetitive and anticompetitive aspects of the IPA pricing procedure, the court found that the joint venture did not unreasonably restrain trade because the IPA's method of fee setting did not suppress competition.
The skill of setting is crucial to every team's success.