developmentally love



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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.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • 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.

    February « 2007 « Innovation Cloud

  • 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.

    Susan Ochshorn: A New Chancellor With Kindergarten on His C.V.

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Nov 14, 2007

  • His name is Saige Terrell, a 10-month-old described as a developmentally disabled.

    CNN Transcript Oct 17, 2006

  • 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. Pro-Life Headlines

  • Dustin T. Higgins, 21, described as a developmentally disabled adult, died Sept. 1, 2008, at

    The Times Today's News

  • 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:

    The Teahouse Fire: Painstaking


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