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- adv. In a developmental manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a developmental manner; by means of or in accordance with the principles of the development theory; as regards development.
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- adv. with respect to development
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During my time at NMK (Dec 2004 – Oct 2006) we also held many further events that I wasn’t involved in developmentally, but I helped market and promote them via editorial, social media platforms, attending external events and general outreach to the UK scene and beyond.
Trained to educate the whole child -- with attention to cognitive, social, and emotional development, or what the field calls developmentally appropriate practice -- they're constantly butting up against administrators haunted by the fear of school failure and too often clueless about how young children learn and develop.
When I heard about the call, I was at work and I work with those who are so - called developmentally disabled and they have problems mentally like Khiel has.
His name is Saige Terrell, a 10-month-old described as a developmentally disabled.
How could we hate a woman who writes crib notes on her hand, calls her developmentally-disabled baby "retarded," and cracks the occasional bit of actual humor?
Parker points to Palin's comments in response to White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, who is pro-abortion, calling developmentally disabled children retarded.
Dustin T. Higgins, 21, described as a developmentally disabled adult, died Sept. 1, 2008, at
Becker said investigators need information from the community to help them find Adji, who has been described as developmentally disabled.
Most view success as obtaining certain goals for academic performance, but more programs for children are including what is known as developmentally-based instruction.
She is immediately recognizable as a foreigner due to her dress and inability to speak more than a few words of Japanese2 but she has straight black hair and in Japanese garb is taken for some kind of developmentally delayed foundling by the neighbors: