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Locke

(lok),
Frank S., British physiologist, 1871-1949. See: Cabot-Locke murmur, Locke solutions, Locke-Ringer solution.
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We do have some concerns with the business environment in China,'' Locke told business executives at a luncheon held by the Hong Kong government's Trade Development Council.
Despite these limitations, Woolhouse has produced a fascinating portrait of Locke which will be required reading for all those interested in Locke the philosopher and Locke the man, for many years to come.
Locke was told that the guard would be on duty in the bank lobby.
As governor, Locke worked to make Washington a better place to live, work, and raise a family by dramatically raising academic achievement in the public schools, strengthening the state's economy, improving transportation, expanding health care for vulnerable children and adults, and making state government more publicly accessible.
Louis, Locke adopted theories about how children learn from German educator Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852), who founded the kindergarten in 1837--a place for the intellectual development of the whole child through play--and applied them to drawing instruction.
Ken Overstreet ran back the first errant pass 79 yards for a touchdown as the halftime buzzer sounded, giving Locke a 12-7 lead.
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However, Gda Mark Shortt revealed Locke had also accused Ms Blount of blanking him when he returned to work, of being blunt and cold-hearted.
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in social work, Locke set off to get a job at KVC Health Systems hoping to work in child welfare.
But Locke took time to consider whether he was prepared to take a step back as a No.
Anstey notes that at times Locke seems to assume tacitly some forms of mechanical or corpuscularian hypotheses, but his thesis is that the scientific method endorsed, defended, and perhaps exemplified by Locke in the Essay is the experimental philosophy, which is in some respects antithetical to speculative philosophy.