In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of data, results)evaluación femenino
- It all ends with oral examinations, evaluations, and a graduation ceremony.
- A companion paper to this study is a further evaluation of the entire examination.
- The specialist will review past evaluations and provide an update regarding a child's current needs.
- Such different evaluations raise the question of the extent to which philosophy is open to the amateur.
- It judiciously employs evidence from extensive research combined with fair evaluations.
2EEUU(of monetary value)tasación femeninovaloración femenino
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