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EBIS

Abbreviation for:
evidence-based implementation support
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Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased via the EBIS website.
From the obtained results, it can be seen that the proposed method extracted mean values for [[??].sub.e], [[??].sub.i] and [[??].sub.m] with relative errors lower than 0.557% for analyzed EBIs in the case of noiseless data.
At most funerals and death celebrations in the present-day Grassfields, the bereaved family is easily distinguishable by their one-kind or aso ebi, which not only separates them visually from the rest of the participants but also demonstrates to the public and their ancestors (the living-dead) that the family is unified and strong, particularly if ancestral blessings are sought for the lineage's continued production and reproduction (Jindra 2011).
If school psychology training programs are not adequately teaching direct implementation of EBIs, then training on their use becomes a practice issue.
An evidence-based intervention (EBI) consisting of self-management, goal setting, and contingency reinforcement across settings was delivered via the consultation process to address the student's off-task and noncompliant behavior.
The University of Newcastle Business School, in partnership with the School of Computing Science, is also developing a new MSc in e-business and information systems (EBIS).
(10) To what degree are behavioral consultants making use of and applying the current literature and EBIs? This question has remained largely unanswered at this point, although it is clear that the gap between
David Zeidan, "The Islamic Fundamentalist View of Life as a Perennial Battle," Ramat Gan Middle East Review of International Affairs, December 2001 (available through EBIS as "Academic Says Fundamentalists Reinterpret Islamic Concepts to Justify Violence," 27 January 2002).
Electronic Business and Information Services (EBIS), Baker & Taylor's information services unit, has announced that it has unveiled new enhancements to its Internet bibliographic database, The Title Source II.
Starting in June, the new company, eBis Trade Inc., will open Web sites for various industry sectors, such as food, textiles, construction materials and chemicals, through which buyers and sellers would negotiate business deals.
EBIS's The Title Source II--a subscription product for verified bibliographic information on the Internet--recently added inventory information from five wholesalers, including Bookpeople, The Book-source, the distributors, Partners Book Distributing, Inc., and Partners/West.
Interfax, 14 October 1994, EBIS - Central Eurasia, 17 October 1994, p.