initially hoped to target the growing immigrant population on the Avalon Peninsula, which sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean and looks like an afterthought but contains the majority of the province's population.
Regarding the final task, the results of the analysis of the responses and the post-task comments of the respondents revealed that for the women in the man-woman situation an utterance like "inghadr az in modir
natars" ("don't be so scared of the head teacher") was served mostly to be the indication of complaint rather than reprimand and this is perhaps why complaints accounted for nearly half of the responses in this situation.
In this group, I have found the following examples: in the name of the, inpe name, in the high haly gast, inpe name of my fadir, inpe honnoure of my modir
This is the first time that Canada wins two gold medals in the same year--Amirali Modir
Shanechi of Ontari also won a gold medal for the International Physics Olympiad in Pohang, South Korea, in July 2004.
has a part-time position as a Store Operations Assistant and Khadra Yusuf also works part time as an Evening Stock Assistant.
During the exposition of the fourth commandment, there is a poignant reference to children dying from pestilence, which the author warns may be a result of the failure of parents and godparents to teach children obedience: And [thorn]is lessoun schulde euery bodily fadir and modir
and goostly teche her childre / And if [thorn]is lessoun hadde ben tauzt and kept in Englond, J trowe [thorn]e londe hadde stonde in more prosperite [thorn]en it now dio[thorn] / And it may be [thorn]at for vengeaunce of [thorn]is synne of vnworschipyng of fadir and modir
o the University of Illinois, Chicago, said r.
Than hit happed full myscheuously that the Sowdon Modir
the whyche that tyme leued of whoos lyfe Allas was grete pite had nat the wyll of god be.