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astatine

 [as´tah-tēn]
a chemical element, atomic number 85, atomic weight 210, symbol At. (See Appendix 6.)

AT

Abbreviation for the adenine-thymine hydrogen-bonded base pair observed in double-stranded polynucleotides.

At

Symbol for astatine.

At

The area of a circle, the diameter of which equals the section thickness (At = πT2/4, where T is the section thickness).

AT

Abbreviation for:
acceleration therapeutics
Achilles tendon
action tremor
acute thrombosis
acute tonsillitis
acyltransferase
adenine-thymine
adenomatoid tumour
adoptive transfer
aerobic training
agglutination test
air temperature
air trapping
alopecia totalis
alternative therapy
ambient temperature
anaerobic threshold
angiotensin
anterior temporal
anterior tibial
antithrombin
antitrypsin
arterial tension
arterial thrombosis
assistive technology (Medspeak-UK) 
ataxia-telangiectasia
atlas
atrial tachycardia
atrial tachyarrhythmia
atrophic thyroiditis
autogenic training
autoimmune thrombocytopenia
autoimmune thyroiditis
autologous transfusion
autologous transplantation
axillary temperature

AT

Abbreviation for adipose tissue; atrial tachycardia.

At

Abbreviation for astatine.
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Supplementing the educational attainment target for 30-34 year-olds with an enrolment target for 20-24 year-olds would be preferable.
In the original NC Order the four Attainment Targets were to be given equal weight; broadly speaking, this allowed a quarter of the total time for this subject to be spent on the combined elements of the third Target, 'planning and making'.
Moreover, given the cross-curricular nature of some of these attainment targets, a wide range of subject teachers can be faced with the need to (1) specialize and take extra training courses, (2) resourcefully renovate teaching methods and (3) adapt teaching materials.
It was left to other bodies to define the attainment targets and to describe in detail the methods of assessment.
Flemish teachers are expected to implement the ICT attainment targets into practice and therefore change their teaching and learning activities.
"While this is fine in principle, the attainment targets need to be sensibly matched to the skills and abilities of the people the programme is aiming to help.
The paper is motivated by the apparent increase in VET provision implied by government educational attainment targets in the context of stable or declining funding for VET and the conclusion that funding needs to increase if the targets are to be met.
September 1991: Government lowers Sats attainment targets. 1995: Fewer than half of children sitting English and maths tests meet target grades.
School science co-ordinator, Sue Mollart, said: "One of the attainment targets in science is life processes and living things.
These activities relate to the three English Attainment Targets: for Speaking and Listening the group activities include the designing a magic cloak for Prospero, the creation of a map of the island and the staging of different acts setting them in different periods.
Mr Jones now wants to work with other ministers to see what can be done to improve this, and to draw up a set of educational attainment targets.
This involves simple design and manufacture with particular attention paid to art and design in the national curriculum for each key stage and aims to meet the attainment targets for this subject.