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to advance carefully and gradually

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move unobtrusively or furtively

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move sideways

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Sidler explains, "VCs are looking for bang for the buck.
The reason that I chose them was that the beam homogenizes within the fixture itself and not outside of the fixture," Sidler says.
Chmiel C , Huber CA, Rosemann T, Zoller M, Eichler, Sidler P et al.
as well as to Max Besbris, Shani Orgad, Vic Sidler, Nick Couldry and
Based on their interpretation of the Children's Act 38 of 2005, paediatric surgeon and ethicist Sidler and colleagues (2) hold the view that 'infant non-therapeutic circumcision in South Africa (is) illegal, making the discussion of forced infant circumcision moot'.
Aunque en la practica resulta bastante complicado separar ambos tipos de competencias, si es cierto que la revision de la literatura permite constatar como algunos trabajos se centran mas en el estudio de las competencias teoricas, esto es, en el ambito academico o educativo (Abad Guerrero & Castillo Clavero, 2004; Quintana Puschel, Raccoursier Steffen, Sanchez Guzman, Sidler Vegas, & Toirkens Niklitschek, 2007), mientras que otros establecen una relacion o vinculo entre las competencias teoricas y las practicas (Marzo Navarro et al.
Daniel Sidler y Philipp Zwyssig (Berna) usaron una optica distinta para evaluar los contactos del Milanesado con la Suiza catolica y el citado canton de los Grisones.
66 4,1 R Mastigocladus laminosus Nach Sidler 33,33 42,0 + Merismopedia glauca Kutzing 6.
57) Furthermore, highlighting the vulnerability of all sexually active persons to HIV infection along with appropriate lifestyle choices is vital to the success of any preventive measures, as illustrated by the Ugandan experience; (55,58) as Sidler et al.
Later, CEVA Logistics COO Bruno Sidler added: "We have to realize that if you want security and stability, you have to have long-lasting partnerships.
Huber RD, Gao B, Sidler Pfandler MA, Zhang-Fu W, Leuthold S, Hagenbuch B, et al.
1 Rene Rast (AL FAIS) GER 122 2 Nick Tandy (KONRAD) GBR 112 3 Stefan Rosina (LECHNER) SVK 89 4 Jeroen Bleekemolen (AL FAIS) NED 88 5 Norbert Sidler (VELTINS) AUT 80 9 Sean Edwards (ABU DHABI) GBR 55 10 Sascha Maassen (ABU DHABI) GER 45 20 Khalid Al Qubaisi (ABU DHABI)UAE 6.
SIDLER, doctoral student, Florida State University, College of Education, and the Florida Center for Reading Research, Tallahassee, Florida.
Similarly, research studies that link cultural practices to mathematics instruction reveal African American students are eager to engage in mathematical tasks when connections are made to other cultural practices such as technology (Conant, Rosebery, Warren, & Hudicourt-Barnes, 2001; Leonard, Davis, & Sidler, 2005), sports (Nasir, 2002; Nasir et al.
Efficiency refers to the system's ability to fulfill the level of effectiveness while taking a certain amount of resources (ISO 1998, Sidler and Rinner 2007).