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Curriculum: Alternative Approaches, Ongoing Issues
Chapter 1 The Character of Curriculum Chapter 2 Curriculum History Chapter 3 Approaches to Curriculum Chapter 4 Curriculum Theorizing Chapter 5 Curriculum Development and Change Chapter 6 CurriculumExpand
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The American Curriculum: A Documentary History
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Diet physical form, fatty acid chain length, and emulsification alter fat utilization and growth of newly weaned pigs.
An experiment was conducted to examine the interplay of diet physical form (liquid vs. dry), fatty acid chain length [medium- (MCT) vs. long-chain triglyceride (LCT)], and emulsification asExpand
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The Nub of an Automorphism of a Totally Disconnected, Locally Compact Group
To any automorphism, $\alpha $ , of a totally disconnected, locally compact group, $G$ , there is associated a compact, $\alpha $ -stable subgroup of $G$ , here called the nub of $\alpha $ , onExpand
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Use of a portable manometer as a screening procedure in voice rehabilitation.
Abnormal tone in the pharyngo-oesophageal (PO) segment may lead to failure in developing oesophageal speech. Videofluoroscopy may give a qualitative assessment of the PO segment but is expensive,Expand
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STERIC HINDRANCE IN PROPOSED PHOTOISOMERS OF BILIRUBIN
Abstract— Semi‐empirical potential energy calculations have been used to examine the stabilities of the proposed geometric isomers of bilirubin. The calculations show that for either of the dipyrroleExpand
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Lymphoma with large intracavitary metastasis to the heart. Report of a case.
A case if reported of a 2 1/2-year-old boy with an extensive filtration of the retroperitoneum, mediastinum, and almost every organ of the body with a very primitive type of tumor identified as aExpand
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The Philosophy Of Speech
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