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  • n. Plural form of expert.


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  • For the ICG experts to demand this measure, which consists in extreme favoritism, is immoral and criminal; it signifies that these ´experts´ are either uninformed and unaware of the criminal terrorist acts perpetrated by the so-called Kurds against the Turkmen and the Aramaeans or the silent accomplices in the ethnic cleansing practiced by the Kurdish and the Arabic regimes.

    American Chronicle

  • Leading scholars, poets, and musicians from Scotland and the United States will join experts from the Library of Congress in the two-day event.

    Robert Burns at 250: Poetry, Politics & Performance

  • In terms of the high level goal of Wikipedia being the sum of human knowledge, edit wars may be sub-optimal as some useful information provided by domain experts is overwritten.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Why Wikipedia Works

  • My question for the "experts" is why are institutions such bad places for orphans (orphanages) that they had to be put in family situations (foster care), yet institutions are considered good places for infants and toddlers (daycare/school)?

    Get in on Life...

  • An open letter to the more than 100 Latin American "experts" who criticized the report on Venezuela by Human Rights Watch

    Venezuela News And Views

  • The real problem, according to campaign finance experts, is with the FEC, a toothless tiger made up of six members that usually deadlocks on the important decisions, which all require four votes to move forward.

    Lawbreakers In The 2010 Elections May Go Unpunished By The FEC, IRS For Years

  • But what we've heard loud and clear from experts is that small changes can make big differences.

    Get Briefed: Irene Rosenfeld

  • Two experts from the Amsterdam National Institute for Public Health and the Environment and the Amsterdam Institute for Addiction Research point out in a Lancet commentary the study does not look at multiple drug use, which can make some drugs much more dangerous? such as cocaine or cannabis together with alcohol? but they acknowledge the topic was outside its scope.

    Alcohol 'more harmful than heroin or crack'

  • This edited volume grew out of a conference that brought together beginning reading experts from the fields of education and the psychology of reading and reading disabilities so that they could present and discuss their research findings and theories about how children learn to read words, instructional contexts that facilitate this learning, background experiences prior to formal schooling that contribute, and sources of difficulty in disabled readers.

    Word Recognition in Beginning Literacy « Books « Literacy News

  • But this kind of "positive discipline," as it's called by parenting experts, is difficult in real life without the padding of time.

    Lisa Guernsey: The Effects of Time-Starved Parents, 25 Years From Now


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