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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS 11 spectrum, but at such an ambiguous position they were identified as having a Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, or PDD NOS. The myriads of combinations of characteristics have made students...
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    • NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN INSTANT MESSAGING 33 Item 7 asked the participants to assess the speaking/typing fluency of their dyad partners. The mean result was 3.63 (s = .81), showing an answer of adequate to good. This continues to show that not...
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    • Arrowhead Garage, 268 . Arthur, A m E Perry, 52 Arthur, Ann Jones, 52 Arthur, Caroline E. Haight, 52 Arthur, Caroline Keturah, 76 Arthur, Christopher Jones, 1, 24 (Alderman), 37 (Coun.), 38, 41, 42, 44, 45 (Bishop), 48, 51 (photo), 52 (biography),...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 21 of conflict (Allred, Mallozzi, Matsui, & Raia, 1997). When feelings of anger are high during conflict, the motivation for both parties to stay focused in finding a desirable conclusion is mitigated. Results also indicated...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 13 around the newsroom for each member of the staff to look at and circle any errors or formatting issues that could be improved. However, the papers never made it past the editor’s desk, and as a staff we never discussed the marks...
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    • Policy # 6.8.2 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY Date Approved: 03/28/03 Policies and Procedures Date Amended: Page 3 of 7 SUBJECT: UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION – PROPOSING NEW CURRICULUM OR CURRICULUM CHANGES Appendix E B. Requests to...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 32 placement of pieces of paper within the composition to abstractly represent each of the three sounds. Reflection questions. Upon completion of the project, all four groups wrote a reflection about their design process,...
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    • Intro to the Internet 65 and Web Page Design selection of an apple, for example, would allow you to change its color from green to red while maintaining the texture of the original. 12. With the corrections to our image complete, we now need to...
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    • Chelex extraction methods are simpler and much faster than organic extraction. Chelex is an ion-exchange resin which means that it is made up of ions that act as chelating groups and bind to metal ions like magnesium. This removes magnesium from...
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    • conducted to determine if DNA could be collected at all from the duct tape. A duct tape sample with epithelial cells was run through a basic organic extraction protocol and following extraction the Plexor HY kit from Promega Corporation, Madison WI...
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    • 1.5 HYPOTHESIS The purpose of this research is to find methods to successfully extract DNA from duct tape, and to determine if different brands of tape affect the quality of amplified DNA. I hypothesize that at least one method 'Will generate a...
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    • 76 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons Figure 5.7 9. Select and show the Horizontal layer. Hide the Vertical layer. Apply the motion blur filter to the Horizontal layer. Change the angle to 0 degrees and leave the distance at 30. Click...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 44 Eggs are big and small wen they splat. Gutar is thin or wide. And caruts are thin that can be big or small. 5. Explain why you arranged them on the page the way that you did. I put the lins firest so they didn’t cover...
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    • INFLUENCING INTENTIONALITY 46 6. What else do you want to say about your art? That it is very very preety and it is very asome too. Figure 2. Student art and writing sample. This figure is an example of the complete work of one student involved in...
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    • Appendix A Thank you for participating in a brief experiment about Computer Mediated Communication. This study is conducted by Michael Plumb, a graduate student in the Department of Communication at Southern Utah Uni-versity. The experiment should...
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    • 80 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons and Devices. Click on one of the Optimized views and change the image type to GIF (Figure 5.15). Experiment with the Lossy and Color settings to reduce the image size as much as possible without...
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    • 82 Chapter 5 Backgrounds, Textures & Buttons other settings as they are. Click OK. 8. You now have two versions of the but-ton. Save the file to your flash drive as a PSD image to preserve the layers. Now select one layer and hide the other. Select...
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    • 53 and more frequently than the other sentences (except for Simple sentences, of course). This could also have been the result of the teacher feeling more confident with Compound sentences than with the other two more complex patterns as well;...
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    • R U LEE LISTON, B.S. Instructor, Physical Education Athletic Coach DONALD K. NELSON, B.S. Librarian GRANT H. REDFORD, B.S. M.A. Associate Professor of Speech and English VIRGINIA WIGGS, B.S. Instructor, Secretarial Science ROY L HALVERSON,...

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