An older child tends
to have a limited understanding of others' emotions or the basic meaning of social relationships.
"There is strong evidence that secondary schools in advantaged areas tend
to perform better than schools in disadvantaged areas, but the impact of disadvantage is weaker for primary schools."
to be lacking in empathy and crassly unaware of the distress they can cause others
Interestingly, it wasn't just doctors who tended
to make this excuse for not speaking up--administrators, nurse managers, and just about everyone found a way to rationalize away their responsibility to speak up.
As mentioned, seed-sowing programs such as these, because they are aligned with and sanctioned by the official school leadership, tend
not to produce the kind of rule-breaking James Deans mentioned above.
Because of these inherent shortfalls associated with estimating the "after" easement value, in the past, some appraisals tended
to rely on the concept of a 10% to 15% safe harbor for facade preservation easement valuations which originated from a series of court cases dating back to the 1980's.
Because girls and women who suffer from these disorders tend
to experience intense feelings of shame and guilt, I suspect they are unlikely to describe their problems to unfamiliar people doing epidemiological research, and that both disorders are more common than researchers think.
They're the organizational weirdos who tend
to take up a lot of your time with their side issues and interpersonal problems.
* Students failing to meet standards tend
to pollute the learning environment, they envy their more gifted peers and try to drag them down to their level.
However, rubber compounds tend
to have some more complex rheological characteristics which must be taken into account.
Most snap-shot technologies tend
to be reasonably efficient in their use of disk space, storing only changes to stored data rather than whole copies of changed files.
Successful men tend
to distance themselves from those below them in the business-food-chain and tend
to take things relatively impersonally.