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70s, the rules of

A mnemonic for CNS tumors
70s, rule of
General 70% are primary CNS neoplasms, 70% of primary CNS neoplasms are glial, 70% of primary glial tumors are astrocytomas; 70% of astrocytomas are high grade
Children 70% of tumors arise in the posterior fossa, 70% of those occurring before age 2 are medulloblastomas; 70% of supratentorial tumors are craniopharyngiomas
Adults 70% are in the hemispheres, 70% of those in the pineal region are germinomas, 70% of those in the pituitary gland are adenomas, of which 70% are chromophobe adenomas
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Since PE is not offered much in schools, many children do not get exposure to different activities.
If staff members have to drive a car or cart from place to place, then children may wonder why they should be physically active.
This past year, as lawmakers continued their inexorable drive to further privatize social services for children, ironies stemming from the country's stance on the caretaking of young children multiplied.
Once the holidays are over, child poverty and its attendant problems are quickly relegated to the back pages, despite the fact that, in 1994, the nation's child poverty rate reached its highest level in 30 years, with one in four children having below the poverty line.
Like many librarians working with children at this time, Hewins felt as strong a desire to remove what she considered unacceptable reading material as to introduce fine literature.
One of the earliest such lists was Hewins's Books for the Young: A Guide for parents and Children published in 1883 while she was librarian at the Young Men's Institute, a subscription library in Hartford, Connecticut.
Story hours, summer reading programs, and special events for children take up a large portion of Director Lee Eaton's thirty-hour week.
Children should be offered an opportunity to personalize the Web portal interface.
Katz: The kind of documentation they provide in Reggio is such that it makes it possible for people who were not there to know and understand the experiences that children had been having.
On being different: children with physical disabilities.
The plan for achieving health coverage for all children in California is outlined in "Reaching 100 Percent of California's Children With Affordable Health Insurance: A Strategic Audit of Activities and Opportunities," a publication of The Children's Partnership developed in cooperation with the Children's Defense Fund and Children Now as part of the 100 Percent Campaign.

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