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1(design/furniture) modular(design/furniture) a base de módulos(course/degree) dividido en módulosInformática (program) modular
- The trend towards course work and modular exams certainly helps girls.
- The courses are designed to be modular and scalable, so that teaching assistants and adjuncts can be slotted into courses as required.
- Students have found this reference invaluable in pharmaceutical practice and for courses in herbal drugs, nutritional supplement therapies and the ten modular courses in our curriculum.
- The courses have become more modular, with more emphasis on coursework and continuous assessment, and less on exams at the end of two years.
- The department had sought suggestions from the teacher-training colleges for a modular course to enable the estimated 280 primary teachers without qualifications to qualify properly.
- We also kickstart corporate self-learners, providing high-quality, hands-on, modular courses.
- To create your own custom run of cabinets, simply combine two or more modular cabinets in the appropriate sizes.
- The modular accommodation offered was designed to meet urgent needs, not to alleviate all the problems.
- The International Space Station requires far more specialized modular construction than any previous spacecraft.
- We know the course will be modular, what the modules are and how long each is.
- Because of their modular construction these are easily replaced, enabling quick refurbishment and turn round.
- The Army's shift to modular units drives its training strategy to include a joint context in key training events so Army formations can rapidly contribute to the joint team.
- In the picture you can see one section of a modular design.
- These tend to be offered as an option on modular courses and generally provide an academic introduction rather than specific clinical skills.
- On this note, it might have been beneficial to include a few of the artist's recent modular, design-oriented constructions of wood and paint.
- The vehicle is of modular construction which allows it to be fully air transportable on an A400M aircraft.
- It is one of those new modular units where you only plug in the power cables you need to use.
- He told the conference that a pupil taking nine GCSEs, in their modular form, could take 85 exams between the ages of 14 and 19.
- Despite the potential savings, modular construction remains on the periphery of mainstream housing.
- The helicopter is of modular design and aluminium and composites construction.
- Seminaries offer evening classes, weekend modular courses and occasional meetings in smaller cohorts in church basements.
- And modular construction, by being built in a factory with assembly-line workers, really helps partly solve the shortage of skilled labor.
- At its sprawling embassy compound, reopened after thirteen years, modular housing units are being installed to accommodate its growing staff.
- A series of modular pieces tends to create a more relaxed style, where function and form combine informally.
- Each of the 11 modular courses is presented from an integrated perspective by a multi-disciplinary team of course leaders.
- In the course of doing this, it has transformed itself into one of Britain's leading experts on designing, costing, project managing and financing modular construction.
- As another example, consider the design requirements of modular playground equipment.
- The machine is based on a series of modular units so that it can be set up to meet production requirements - and reconfigured to handle part changes.
- I found it really hard to get my head round modular exams, suddenly you don't go to period 3, you have an exam, then you go right on the period 4!
- Equipped with low level perch seats to discourage beggars and stray animals from cuddling down, the shelters employ modular construction for fast assembling.
- After researching all aspects of the prefabricated housing business, they decided to focus on modular designs.
- And this occurred just after we had returned to teaching separate science GCSEs, after spending a considerable number of years teaching a modular combined science course.
- We have a triple-wide modular unit that we are going to build up on and put a deck on.
- The nature of the modular course means students only go on to the second year if they think they have a good chance of succeeding.
- Instead of one big final exam, the teenagers are being tested from the moment they start their sixth form career with modular exams at the end of each term.
- Some assembly required: is modular construction an answer to the affordable housing problem?
- The college has an open learning environment helped by the modular structure of its courses.
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