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ISLS and is
The Interdisciplinary School of Life Sciences ( ISLS ) is a joint initiative of the Department of Biotechnology ( DBT ), Government of India and the BHU.

ISLS and Learning
However, the International Society of Learning Sciences ( ISLS, ) summarizes the field as follows: " Researchers in the interdisciplinary field of learning sciences, born during the 1990 ’ s, study learning as it happens in real-world situations and how to better facilitate learning in designed environments – in school, online, in the workplace, at home, and in informal environments.

has and large
In recent weeks, as a result of a sweeping defense policy reappraisal by the Kennedy Administration, basic United States strategy has been modified -- and large new sums allocated -- to meet the accidental-war danger and to reduce it as quickly as possible.
I think that we are here also talking of the kind of fear that a young boy has for a group of boys who are approaching at night along the streets of a large city.
In fact, over the years, the American farmer's capacity to over-produce has cost the taxpayers a large dollar.
The meat cutters' union, which has a history of being one of the fairest and least corrupt in our area, represents the little corner markets as well as the large supermarkets.
It has also been observed, in helium 2, that large discrepancies can exist between surface vapor pressures and those pressures measured by a vapor pressure thermometer.
Such additional daytime class 2, assignments are appropriate if optimum use is to be made of these frequencies, and the Commission has over the years made a large number of them.
It is roughly shaped like a large pear, and when properly ripened, its dark green skin covers a meaty, melon-like pulp that has about the consistency of a ripe Bartlett pear, but oily.
The last-named is a fine-looking, large colt, who has been unfortunate to be laid off for some time due to injuries.
Youngsters can sleep or amuse themselves safely in the large cabin which has 5-foot 11-inch headroom, bunks for three, galley and marine toilet.
It is this subject matter that has brought Mason a large and enthusiastic following among sportsmen, but it is his exceptional performance with this motif that commends him to artists and discerning collectors.
Secretary of State Dean Rusk, a former Rhodes Scholar and Mills College dean, has headed the Rockefeller Foundation and in that role expended large sums for international cultural exchange.
The British coal industry is unprofitable, has large coal stocks it can't sell.
Another method is to announce publicly that someone has given a large donation.
Similarly, holding large feasts and giving large donations has been seen as ways of demonstrating one's resources.
A caecilian's skin has a large number of transverse folds and in some species contains tiny embedded dermal scales.
Each egg has a large yolk sac and the larva feeds on this while it develops inside the egg, emerging fully formed as a juvenile salamander.
While that national dichotomy has stymied any effort at changing the tradition of the national anthem, " America the Beautiful " continues to be held in high esteem by a large number of Americans.
For English, this is partly because the Great Vowel Shift occurred after the orthography was established, and because English has acquired a large number of loanwords at different times, retaining their original spelling at varying levels.
The popularity of CCD imaging among amateurs has led to large numbers of web sites being written by individuals about their images and equipment.
Once the screen has been cleared of all asteroids and flying saucers, a new set of large asteroids appears.
Aztlan Underground has been cultivating a grass roots audience across the country, which has become a large and loyal underground following.
Elemental astatine has never been viewed, because a mass large enough to be seen ( by the naked human eye ) would be immediately vaporized by the heat generated by its own radioactivity.
The large amount of travel done by Christie and Mallowan has not only made for a great writing theme, as shown in her famous novel: The Murder on the Orient Express, but also tied into the idea of archaeology as an adventure that has become so important in today ’ s popular culture as described by Cornelius Holtorf in his book Archaeology is a Brand.

has and worldwide
Almost febrile in intensity, the principle has become worldwide in application -- unfortunately at the very time that nationalist fervors can wreak greatest harm.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, religious head of the Church of England, has no formal authority outside that jurisdiction, but is recognised as symbolic head of the worldwide communion.
The family has a worldwide distribution, and is most common in the arid and semi-arid regions of subtropical and lower temperate latitudes.
AES has been adopted by the U. S. government and is now used worldwide.
The haliotid family has a worldwide distribution, along the coastal waters of every continent, except the Atlantic coast of South America, the Caribbean, and the East Coast of the United States.
The latter has not been out of print since it was first published and has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide.
It may be the case that increased worldwide communication through radio, television, the Internet and globalization has reduced the tendency to regional variation.
Since 1867 he has convened more or less decennial meetings of worldwide Anglican bishops, the Lambeth Conferences.
In the last two of these functions he has an important ecumenical and interfaith role, speaking on behalf of Anglicans in England and worldwide.
Aston Martin has also boosted its worldwide appeal by opening more dealers in Europe, as well as branches in China for the first time in its 93 year history in Beijing and Shanghai.
Aon has approximately 600 offices worldwide, serving 120 countries with 61, 000 employees.
The correctness of Varro's calculation has not been proven scientifically but is still used worldwide.
ACM also sponsors other computer science related events such as the worldwide ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest ( ICPC ), and has sponsored some other events such as the chess match between Garry Kasparov and the IBM Deep Blue computer.
Belarus is a member of the Trans-European Line ( TEL ), Trans-Asia-Europe Fibre-Optic Line ( TAE ) and has access to the Trans-Siberia Line ( TSL ); three fibre-optic segments provide connectivity to Latvia, Poland, Russia, and Ukraine ; worldwide service is available to Belarus through this infrastructure ; additional analogue lines to Russia ; Intelsat, Eutelsat, and Intersputnik earth stations
Andersson's next project was Mamma Mia !, a musical built around 24 of ABBA's songs, which has become a worldwide box-office blockbuster with versions in several languages currently being played in many countries, including the UK ( West End premiere in April 1999 ), Canada ( Toronto premiere in 2000 ), the USA ( Broadway premiere in 2001 ), and Sweden ( Swedish language premiere in 2005 ).
Since then the format has become a worldwide TV franchise, airing in many countries in varying adaptations.
He has sold over 100 million records worldwide.
It was this edition which was to be the official Book of Common Prayer, during the growth of the British Empire, and, as a result, has been a great influence on the prayer books of Anglican churches worldwide, liturgies of other denominations in English, and of the English language as a whole.
In The United Kingdom, Oxford University has led in providing extensive research in the field through its Community Development Journal, used worldwide by sociologists and community development practitioners.
The church is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has established congregations ( called wards or branches ) and built temples worldwide.
With over 55, 000 missionaries worldwide, the church currently has a membership of over 14. 4 million and is ranked by the National Council of Churches as the fourth largest Christian denomination in the United States.
Much organic carbon retained in many agricultural areas worldwide has been severely depleted due to intensive farming practices.
DisplaySearch has reported that although in the 4Q of 2007 LCDs surpassed CRTs in worldwide sales, CRTs then outsold LCDs in the 1Q of 2008.
Headquartered in Boston, the church has a worldwide membership of about 85, 000.

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