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Individual achievement awards were awarded to Pam Coats for producing ; Barry Cook and Tony Bancroft for Directing ; Rita Hsiao, Christopher Sanders, Phillip LaZebnick, Raymond Singer and Eugenia Bostwick-Singer in Writing ; Chris Sanders for Storyboarding ; Hans Bacher for Production Design ; David Tidgwell for Effects Animation ; Ming-Na for Voice Acting Mulan ; Matthew Wilder, David Zippel and Jerry Goldsmith for music and Ruben A. Aquino for Character Animation.
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Individual differences in maturation and the development of readiness for learning to read indicate that not until the third grade have most children had ample opportunity to demonstrate their capacity for school achievement.
Individual performances continued to receive praise ; in 1987, Bill Collins analyzed The Letter ( 1940 ), and described her performance as " a brilliant, subtle achievement ", and wrote, " Bette Davis makes Leslie Crosbie one of the most extraordinary females in movies.
Individual awards focus on accomplishments that range from innovative discoveries by young researchers to lifetime achievement and influence.
In a clinical setting, learning disabilities are generally diagnosed through a comparison of intelligence scores and scores on an achievement test, such as the Woodcock Johnson III or Wechsler Individual Achievement Test II.
The WISC – IV has also been co normed with the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-II UK ( WIAT – II UK ; The Psychological Corporation, 2005 ), a measure of academic achievement.
In 1976, Mohd Noor Yahya, a player from SDAR won the MSSM Individual Chess Championship and repeated the achievement in 1977 and 1979 an unprecedented feat then.
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Animator Pete Docter, director John Lasseter, musician Randy Newman, producers Bonnie Arnold and Ralph Guggenheim, production designer Ralph Eggleston, and writers Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow, Andrew Stanton, and Joss Whedon all won awards for " Best Individual Achievement " in their respective fields for their work on the film.
Individual awards for left fielder, center fielder, and right fielder were issued from 1957 to 1960.
The documentary film was released in 1991, which went on to win several awards such as the Emmy for " Outstanding Individual Achievement-Informational Programming-Directing.
Originally aired on television in the United States, Hearts of Darkness won several awards: The National Board of Review, USA award for " Best Documentary ," 1991, an American Cinema Editors award for " Best Edited Documentary ", 1992, two Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awards for " Outstanding Individual Achievement-Informational Programming-Directing " and " Outstanding Individual Achievement-Informational Programming-Picture Editing ", 1992, and the International Documentary Association award, 1992.
The series won three Emmy awards: two for " Outstanding Animated Program ( For Programming One Hour or More )" in 2004 and 2005, and another for " Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation " ( for background designer Justin Thompson in 2005 ).
The U. S. Navy and U. S. Marine Corps have two types of Air Medal awards: " Individual " for singular meritorious acts and " Strike / Flight " for participation in sustained aerial flight operations.
Individual awards are also handed out including: Outstanding Senior, Outstanding New Member, Outstanding Advisor, & the Red Rose Award.
Critically acclaimed and a popular success, Pride and Prejudice was honoured with several awards, including a BAFTA Television Award for Jennifer Ehle for " Best Actress " and an Emmy for " Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Miniseries or a Special ".
It won four awards, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program ( For Programming One Hour or Less ) and a GLAAD Media Award for " Outstanding TV – Individual Episode ".
Simonson's awards include Shazam Awards for Outstanding New Talent in 1973, for Best Individual Short Story ( Dramatic ) in 1973 for " The Himalayan Incident " in Detective Comics # 437 ( with Archie Goodwin ), and the same award in 1974 for " Cathedral Perilous " in Detective Comics # 441 ( again with Archie Goodwin ).
Other awards include the Tennessee Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship Award in Music, the National Endowment for the Arts Recording Award, Top Prize in the Guitar Foundation of America Competition, Grand Prize in the Aspen Music Festival Guitar Competition, and First Prizes in both the Music Teachers ' National Association and the American String Teachers ' Association Guitar Competitions.
Individual Michigan players to win national honors under Moeller include Desmond Howard, winner of the Heisman Trophy and other awards in 1991.
Individual students have won many state and national awards in mathematics, general science, biology, physics, journalism, French, Spanish, Latin and forensics competitions.
To recognize Unit and Individual achievements made by its members ; the PCGA, with the guidance of the PCG, adopted a system of awards and decorations.
Individual schools set the winning criteria for their awards, within the guidelines set by the academy: winners must be registered students at the school and the school cannot restrict the themes or styles of the entries.
Individual events at the Pride Fest include karaoke, a dance, information booths, and a Pride Fest Program Event, featuring awards and entertainment.
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Individual nuclei were usually oval to round, though occasionally elongated, and frequently small and somewhat pyknotic.
Individual differences in Kohnstamm reactivity to controlled Kohnstamm situations were found among the subjects used in the study.
Individual rooms were substantial in size, with higher ceilings than Ancestral Pueblo works of preceding periods.
Individual shots were unlikely to hit, but a platoon firing repeatedly could produce a ' beaten ground ' effect similar to light artillery or machine guns ; but experience in World War I showed that long-range fire was best left to the machine gun.
Individual academic units were defined as distinct structures, represented by Pavilions, facing a grassy quadrangle.
Individual letter tiles where the words are formed by assembling single letter tiles in the desired order were reasonably widespread in medieval Northern Europe.
Also, the rules of the Individual Immunity Necklace were changed so that a contestant who won the necklace in a challenge was able to give it to another contestant.
Individual members of Congress were under great pressure from industry lobbyists to raise tariffs to protect them from the negative effects of foreign imports.
Individual stumps and stems of > 1 m (> 3 ft ) diameter were abundant, and are identified as Metasequoia and possibly Glyptostrobus.
A number of prototype flechette-firing weapons were developed as part of the long-running Special Purpose Individual Weapon ( SPIW ) project.
Individual tracks that were particularly featured in an episode included " Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby?
Individual choruses and arias were occasionally extracted for use as anthems or motets in church services, or as concert pieces, a practice that grew in the 19th century and has continued ever since.
Individual scholars who were invited to talk to us in Cambridge in that period often felt, understandably, obliged to maintain a distinct opposition.
President Richard Nixon's 1971 imposition of wage and price controls, as well as his closing of the foreign gold window, were the final straws for Nolan and his group that had initiated a Committee the previous July Committee to Form a Libertarian Party and joined forces with a previous demonstration Libertarian Party project and non-partisan political efforts of the now International Society for Individual Liberty.
Individual members were also acknowledged ; Noddy Holder was number five in the best British male singers whilst Jim Lea made number nine in the top songwriter list.
Starting in 1958, C-rations were slowly replaced by the nearly identical canned Meal, Combat, Individual ration.