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F.A.B.O.S.

Abbreviation for Fellow of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
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Fabos, reads three Sudanese singers in the diaspora as transgressive figures on account of their "Sudanese origins, global visibility, and challenges to the ethnic, religious, class, and gender status quo" (p.
The prioritisation of self-identity and social-group membership (Manuel & Carter, 2015; Zasacka, 2014), both virtual (Glenn, 2011; Lewis & Fabos, 2005), and located (Beers, 1998; Howard, 2011), may also play a strong role in decline of reading in adolescent time allocation.
Fabos (this issue) describes the twotier urban housing structure in Cairo whereby Egyptians purchase flats most often as a function of marrying and establishing a new household, while "foreigners" (including refugees and other forced migrants) rent "furnished flats" shared by many people and sometimes located in squatter and other marginal settlements.
Anita Hausermann Fabos, a Clark University professor of international development and social change, will deliver the report Friday at a program at the university presented by the state Office of Refugees and Immigrants.
Anita Fabos and Emily Haddad, "Toward a Feminist Analysis of "Impact": Sondra Hale's Scholarship and Activism in and Beyond the University" [53-81]
(84.) See Bettina Fabos, The Price of Information: Critical Literacy, Education, and Today's Internet, in HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON NEW LITERAGIES, supra note 65, at 839-40.
In recent years, some reviews and meta-analyses focused on issues regarding technology-assisted instruction have been conducted (e.g., Bernard et al., 2004; Bernard et al., 2009; Dillon & Gabbard, 1998; Fabos & Young, 1999; Lawless & Pellegrino, 2007; Lee et al., 2011; Straub, 2009; Tamim et al., 2011; van Rooij, 2009).