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Oliver has recently used the second-level approach with the largest snakes, and has come to these conclusions: the anaconda reaches a length of at least 37 feet, the reticulate python 33, the African rock python 25, the amethystine python at least 22, the Indian python 20, and the boa constrictor 18-1/2.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of, of which, of it is land and of it ( 6. 37 %) is water.
The U. S. Government has provided $ 37. 7 million in assistance through USAID and the U. S. Departments of Agriculture and Defense.
The Etruscan language portion has 16 lines and 37 words.
According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of, of which ( or 97. 63 %) is land and ( or 2. 37 %) is water.
In the past 37 years, considerable concern has been expressed about the ecological condition of Lake Nicaragua.
Two examples are kamacite and taenite, which are found in iron meteorites ; these species differ by the amount of Ni in the alloy ; kamacite has less than 5 – 7 % nickel and it's a variety of native iron, whereas the nickel content of taenite ranges from 7 – 37 %.
In animals the mitochondrial genome is typically a single circular chromosome that is approximately 16-kb long and has 37 genes.
In chapter 37, after Freyr has spotted the beautiful jötunn Gerðr, he becomes overcome with sorrow, and refuses to sleep, drink, or talk.
The summit of the mountain has six nested calderas ( collapse craters ) forming an irregular depression 60 × 80 km ( 37 × 50 mi ) across and up to deep.
Still in limited release nearly 37 years after its premiere, it has the longest-running theatrical release in film history.
His landmark recordings from 1936 – 37 display a combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that has influenced later generations of musicians.
Only once since then has the House of Representatives chosen the President: In 1824, Andrew Jackson received 99 electoral votes, John Quincy Adams ( son of John Adams ) 84, William H. Crawford 41 and Henry Clay 37.
The European Union has established a minimum of 37. 5 % ABV for any " European vodka " to be named as such.
A recent study of 37 school-age children with significant learning disabilities has shown that working memory capacity at baseline measurement, but not IQ, predicts learning outcomes two years later.
Since 1937, Gladstone has been portrayed on no fewer than 37 occasions in film and television, beginning with Montagu Love's appearance as him in the 1937 film Parnell.
** The New Hampshire primary is won by Paul Tsongas on the Democratic side ; for the Republicans, Pat Buchanan has a surprisingly strong showing ( 37 %) against incumbent president George H. W. Bush.
The denomination 37 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
The 37 km journey remains the longest any robotic rover has ever been driven on another celestial body.
The island has a surface area of 37. 6 km² and is 30 km from Sicily.
The orbit of Amalthea has an eccentricity of 0. 003 and an inclination of 0. 37 ° relative to the equator of Jupiter.
The total seating capacity offered by DSB across the Great Belt on an ordinary Wednesday has risen from 11, 060 seats to 37, 490 seats.
This measurement of α has a precision of 0. 37 parts per billion.
One in Poland has purportedly survived temperatures down to − 37 ° C with heavy snow cover.

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The only hope which the public has for getting good teachers is to pay teachers on the basis of merit rather than tenure.
This does not necessarily mean that such teachers will favor vocational education, as contrasted with liberal education, but they are likely to favor an approach to liberal education which has a maximal vocational-advancement value, as against a kind of `` pure '' liberal education that is not designed to help people get better jobs.
The government has recognized the dilemma and is beginning to devise some moral education for the schools -- but the teachers often have no firm conviction and are confused.
Dr. Stephen Barrett has reported that since 1971, the number of practitioners and teachers in the United States listed in the Christian Science Journal has fallen from nearly 5, 000 to just over 300 and the number of churches in the United States has fallen from about 1, 800 to about 900.
Cadillac's public education system has a total of 10 schools, with approximately 3, 100 students and 166 teachers with a student: teacher ratio of 19. 1: 1.
Cadillac has 4 private primary and secondary schools with approximately 394 students, 20 teachers and a student: teacher ratio of 20: 1.
This half-human and half-animal composition has led many writers to treat them as liminal beings, caught between the two natures, embodied in contrasted myths, both as the embodiment of untamed nature, as in their battle with the Lapiths, or conversely as teachers, like Chiron.
This view now has very wide currency, and is used to select much of the curricula of teachers ' colleges.
The necessity of an evangelist office in the church organization has been reinforced repeatedly, based on the passage in Ephesians 4: 11, which states, " And he gave some, apostles ; and some, prophets ; and some, evangelists ; and some, pastors and teachers ".
# Since Paul has never been to Rome, he outlines his gospel so that his teaching will not be confused by that of " false teachers ".
Schools have been occasionally evacuated when a cache has been seen by teachers or police, as in the case of Fairview High School in 2009.
This is the sense in which teachers say that Latin has four conjugations of verbs.
It ’ s a theory that has been fashionable in continuous professional development ( CPD ) training courses for teachers.
Through the Milken Educator Awards ( founded in 1985 ), the MFF has awarded a total of more than $ 60 million to more than 2, 500 teachers.
The regional government has hired more healthcare workers and teachers, with major plans underway for school and hospital renovations.
" The book has become a children's classic, and is widely read by children and used by teachers.
Rick Adams pointed out that the mnemonic " XYZZY " has long been taught by math teachers to remember the process for performing cross products ( as a mnemonic that lists the order of subscripts to be multiplied first ).
The university has over a thousand lecturers and teachers and over 21, 000 students.
While these claims are not definitively resolved ( i. e., by any judicial ruling on the merits ), Choudhury has extracted legal settlements from a number of yoga teachers and studios.
in musical composition ; in the ensuing years he has frequently cited Roy Harris as the most influential of his teachers.
Officials blamed American influence, " In this country unfortunately the settlement of American citizens has been too much permitted and encouraged, and thus in the bosom of this community there exists a treacherous foe ... in many parts of the Province the teachers are Americans ....
As of 2008, the group has over 4000 members who are " scientists, teachers, clergy, and citizens with diverse religious affiliations.

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