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In general, it appears that trustees and board members attempt to represent the public interest in their administration of educational policy, and this is made easier by the fact that the dominant values of the society are middle-class values, which are generally thought to be valid for the entire society.
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Position ( 2 ) appears to us to be unlikely in view of the absence of a piezoelectric effect and on general chemical structural grounds.
Thus, this readiness to relax controls, evidenced in the Kohnstamm situation, appears to be a more general personality factor.
In general, it appears that educational decisions and educational policies are made by people who intend to act in the interests of the society as a whole.
This is not the most general situation of a Cartesian product of a family of sets, where a same set can occur more than once as a factor ; however, one can focus on elements of such a product that select the same element every time a given set appears as factor, and such elements correspond to an element of the Cartesian product of all distinct sets in the family.
A key property of the fractal is self-similarity ; that is, at any scale the same general configuration appears.
The dissenters were discontented with the general leftward trend in USCJ policies over the previous decades, such as " prayer book revision, egalitarianism, redefining halakhic boundaries of sexual relationships, and advocacy of Israel accepting conversions that are non-halakhic even by Conservative standards "., and the Union suggests that " The Conservative Movement thus appears to endorse the notion that changing societal norms can supersede the proper application of halakhic sources ".
In Des Teufels General ( The Devil's General ) of 1954, a Luftwaffe general named Harras loosely modeled after Ernst Udet, appears at first to be cynical fool, but turns out to an anti-Nazi who is secretly sabotaging the German war effort by designing faulty planes.
The use of anamorphic ( in the general sense of distorted shape ) images first appears in these years with Abel Gance's la Folie du Docteur Tube ( The Madness of Dr. Tube ).
In what appears to be a 7th century indication of the survival of cult practices of this general sort, Saint Eligius, in his Sermo warns the sick among his recently converted flock in Flanders against putting " devilish charms at springs or trees or crossroads ", and, according to Saint Ouen would urge them " No Christian should make or render any devotion to the deities of the trivium, where three roads meet ...".
It appears to me, that the general conclusions established by Mesmer ’ s practice, with respect to the physical effects of the principle of imagination [...] are incomparably more curious than if he had actually demonstrated the existence of his boasted science " animal magnetism ": nor can I see any good reason why a physician, who admits the efficacy of the moral psychological agents employed by Mesmer, should, in the exercise of his profession, scruple to copy whatever processes are necessary for subjecting them to his command, any more than that he should hesitate about employing a new physical agent, such as electricity or galvanism.
The two warriors are the historical general Guan Yu from the late Han Dynasty and the bodhisattva Skanda, who appears in the Chinese classical novel Fengshen Bang.
A general procedure ( the chakravala, or " cyclic method ") for solving Pell's equation was finally found by Jayadeva ( cited in the eleventh century ; his work is otherwise lost ); the earliest surviving exposition appears in Bhāskara II's Bīja-gaṇita ( twelfth century ).
The general adoption of the mouldboard plough in Europe appears to have accompanied the adoption of the three-field system in the later eighth and early ninth centuries, leading to an improvement of the agricultural productivity per unit of land in northern Europe.
" " Sociobiology is now part of the core research and curriculum of virtually all biology departments, and it is a foundation of the work of almost all field biologists " Sociobiological research on nonhuman organisms has increased dramatically and appears continuously in the world's top scientific journals such as Nature and Science. The more general term behavioral ecology is commonly used as substitute for the term sociobiology in order to avoid the public controversy.
The general form of the TSP appears to have been first studied by mathematicians during the 1930s in Vienna and at Harvard, notably by Karl Menger, who defines the problem, considers the obvious brute-force algorithm, and observes the non-optimality of the nearest neighbour heuristic:
Generally, if a structure pre-dates another structure in evolutionary terms, then it often appears earlier than the second in an embryo ; this general observation is sometimes summarized by the phrase " ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny ".
It usually appears in Sir Isaac Newton's law of universal gravitation, and in Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Interestingly, the ability to unconsciously and relatively accurately tally the frequency of events appears to have little or no relation to the individual's age, education, intelligence, or personality, thus it may represent one of the fundamental building blocks of human orientation in the environment and possibly the acquisition of procedural knowledge and experience, in general.
In recent economic writings the concept of firm-specific human capital, which includes those social relationships, individual instincts, and instructional details that are of value within one firm ( but not in general ), appears by way of explaining some labour mobility issues and such phenomena as golden handcuffs.
Jar Jar later appears in the film's climactic battle scene, where he leads his fellow Gungans, as a general in the Gungan army, in defeating the Trade Federation.
In general, euchromatin appears as light-colored bands when stained in G banding and observed under an optical microscope, in contrast to heterochromatin, which stains darkly.
It appears that the framers are making the categories more general in a way to capture the various aspects of communications disorders in a way that emphasizes their childhood onset and differentiate these communications disorders from those associated with other disorders ( i. e. Autism Spectrum Disorders )
* 1876 – Josiah Willard Gibbs publishes the first of two papers ( the second appears in 1878 ) which discuss phase equilibria, statistical ensembles, the free energy as the driving force behind chemical reactions, and chemical thermodynamics in general.
On the other hand, the general setting appears to be what Clifford Huffman describes as " late-Imperial Christian Rome ," possibly during the reign of Justinian I ( 527 – 565 ).
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A board of 25 trustees ( with the Director as their accounting officer for the purposes of reporting to Government ) is responsible for the general management and control of the Museum, in accordance with the British Museum Act 1963 and the Museums and Galleries Act 1992.
The role of the annual general meeting is also to discuss and decide the overall principles and strategically important issues for Greenpeace in collaboration with the trustees of regional offices and Greenpeace International board of directors.
Each year, MMA requires the Medicare trustees to make a determination about whether general fund revenue is projected to exceed 45 percent of total program spending within a seven-year period.
In 2009, for the fourth consecutive year, the Medicare trustees determined that general fund revenue would exceed the threshold.
Under both a waqf and a trust, " property is reserved, and its usufruct appropriated, for the benefit of specific individuals, or for a general charitable purpose ; the corpus becomes inalienable ; estates for life in favor of successive beneficiaries can be created " and " without regard to the law of inheritance or the rights of the heirs ; and continuity is secured by the successive appointment of trustees or mutawillis.
They continued as interim trustees until April of 1944 when a general election was held and a mayor and city officials elected.
Be it enacted by the general assembly, that one hundred and thirty-nine acres of land, in the county of Hampshire, the property of John Kellar, and laid off by him into in and out lots, with convenient streets, shall be, and the same is hereby established, a town by the name of Frankfort, and that John Mitchell, Andrew Cooper, Ralph Humphries, John Williams, Sen. James Clark, Richard Stafford, Hezekiah Whiteman, and Jacob Brookhart, gentlemen, be trustees thereof, who, or the major part of them, shall have power, from time to time, to settle and determine all disputes concerning the bounds of said lots, and to establish such rules and regulations for the regular building of houses thereon, as to them shall seem best.
Even though both McKinley and his wife Ida insisted on putting their property in the hands of the supporters, who served as trustees, Hanna and his associates fundraised with such success from business owners and the general public that all McKinley property was returned intact, and when President McKinley died in 1901, no claims were made against his estate.
The attorney general suit against Stevens, its then-president and chairman of the board of trustees alleged numerous claims involving breach of fiduciary duty and other causes of action primarily relating to financial practices and the financial management of the institute and the compensation and certain loan transactions involving the then-president.
The original plans of the trustees contemplated the gathering of a general collection of reference and source books on all subjects.
This system is overseen by the Pensions Regulator, which also takes general complaints about the activities of trustees or management.
This type of central control had been designed both to guarantee depositors that the savings banks would remain a secure alternative for their deposits and, by standardising general interest rates and regulations, to make it possible for local trustees to work autonomously.
A more modern controversy happened with the failed 1998 confirmation by the state senate of popular sitting Attorney General Margery Bronster, as political payback for her actions to reform the corrupt Kamehameha Schools / Bishop Estate whose trustees were friends of various powerful legislators, many Hawaii residents called for the right to elect the attorney general.
The court decided the election of members of the board of trustees was not equivalent to general elections and the issues addressed in Kramer v. Union School District and Hadley v. Junior College District of Kansas City were not germane.
In 1964, the Fernbank trustees and the DeKalb County School System created Fernbank Science Center, which led to a desire to share Fernbank's resources with the general public.
The academy consists of the president of the country as the supreme chancellor of the academies, the board of trustees, the general assembly, the president of the academy, and the experts council.
His daughter Princess Noura is assistant to vice chairman of the board of trustees and general supervisor of Effat College and Dar Al Hanan School.
During the next few months, the trustees established a broad range of supporting purposes: providing a comprehensive definition of spiritual abuse, working to reconcile leaders and members who were out of harmony, establishing a Members ’ Bill of Rights, providing a forum for a reasonable and tempered discussion of governance in the Church, critiquing general conference, and identifying and documenting cases of spiritual and ecclesiastical abuse.
His knowledge impressed the Seattle Opera board of trustees such that they offered him the post of general director of the company.
Funding for the new home came completely as donations from the trustees and not from the university's general fund or other gifts.