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  • . . .  process. Areas of science may be classified in two major dimensions: Pure (the <>development of theories) versus Applied (the application of theories to human needs); or Natural (the study of the naturally occurring world) versus Social (the  . . .
  • . . .  W. V. Quine demonstrated the impossibility of a theory-independent observation <>language, so the very notion of testing theories with facts is problematic. Observations are always theory-laden . Thomas Kuhn demonstrated that science always. . . 
  • . . .  stage, babies are beginning to become familiar with replica watches sounds of <>language. Barbara Freedman-De Vito, children's librarian and teacher, points out how continuing to read to young children regularly has been found to encoura ge  . . .
  • . . .  continuing to read to young children regularly has been found to encoura ge their <>development of <>language skills by acquiring fake watches wider vocabulary and better communication skills. Discussion with preschoolers about the stories they are. . . 
  • . . .  Autism Children who are autistic have a lifelong <>developmental disability, but the degree of symptoms and problems that they have can vary from mild to severe. The symptoms begin prior to the third birthday, and  . . .
  • . . .  and most therapies are aimed at improving symptoms. These treatments can include <>language, social skills and behavioral therapy. Medications are also sometimes used to help improve attention (especially if other ADHD symptoms are present),. . . 
  • . . .  d'Arion (1983), a study of "ornitho-musicology" using a technique of Ruwet's <>Language, musique, po鳩e (1972) paradigmatic segmentation analysis, shows that birdsongs are organized according to a repetition-transformation principle. In the o  . . .
  • . . .  of music in relation to human beings predates the written word and is tied to the <>development and unique expression of various human cultures . Popular styles of music varied widely from culture to culture, and from period to period. Different. . . 
  • . . .  of the divided cultural identities of Christendom can be found in the unfolding <>developments of the Crusades , during which Popes , kings, and emperors drew on the concept of Christian unity to inspire the population of Western Europe to unite  . . .
  • . . .  Ages, is used in English, Dutch, Russian and Icelandic while all other European <>languages uses the singular form. This difference originates in different Neo-Latin terms used for the Middle Ages before media aetas became the standard term. Some. . . 
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