1.1(mission)misión feminineto go on an assignment — salir a cumplir una misión
- secret assignment — misión secreta
- The books include writing assignments, as well as activities that link to social studies and science.
- There was an assignment over the course of the two days.
- Since they were studying poetry at the moment, they had an in-class assignment to write an original poem in any style or meter.
- You've got to do your homework, complete class assignments and study for tests.
- The use of family exercises and homework assignments is imperative in enacting permanent change.
- No wonder our students are puzzled by the disjunction between course readings and academic writing assignments.
- We both have people to talk to occasionally, and to call if we forgot a homework assignment, and study with and such, but neither us have had a real, actual friend since middle school.
- Each week in my print culture course we have little assignments related to the topic of the week.
- It is a viable technique that we use in many of our courses and assignments.
- In this discussion we offer an overview of the guiding premises and the reading and writing assignments of the course.
- Course assignments must be completed within one year of enrolling.
- One of the highlights of the site is a set of sample exercises and assignments used in online courses at various campuses.
- In addition to the in-class exercises, each session concluded with a homework assignment.
- Parents can teach a child study skills with reading directions, study examples and writing down assignments.
- This means that she scored 6.5 or higher out of a possible seven in assignments throughout her course.
- Undue demands in terms of course content, assignments and examinations should not be made.
- Within the course, there were also five written case scenario homework assignments for the students to complete.
- Writing a research paper was the second assignment in the course.
- I just hope I can keep the momentum going and not be tempted to procrastinate on assignments and tasks.
- The multicultural day was part of a school assignment, where students studied every aspect of a chosen culture.
1.2(task)función femininetarea feminine
1.3(schoolwork)tarea femininedeberes masculine
- The memorial pays tribute to 1,606 reporters, editors, photographers and broadcasters who died or were killed on assignment.
- They expect employees will be out on assignment for much of their time so they will not need the space which would once have been their base.
- The patient pathography is included as an integral part of the patient assignment for these courses.
- Her conduct on assignment bordered on the unethical.
- I have on occasion met some of my superiors on assignment, but they are usually in disguise or there is limited light.
- The majority of foreign workers come to India on assignment with their parent companies.
- She's come to Australia on assignment and to visit her best friend Catherine.
- Thus, current district policies on school assignment are likely to need a major overhaul.
- Marriage, and the birth of a son in 1875, did not hold him back from touring to faraway places on assignment, including the Arctic and Spain.
- All the senior reporters working from the Chicago Tribune were out on assignment.
- Assembly, filling of gaps, and verification of ambiguous organism assignment would probably be performed most efficiently at one central laboratory.
- Regardless of availability, career development in an officer's functional area is an important piece in the assignment process.
- The assignment of objects across cultures to any one of these categories ranged from the arbitrary and humorous to the disturbing and offensive.
- Because these projected experiments had never been done, assignment to a risk category was, of course, somewhat speculative and subjective.
- This study is intended to generate hypotheses that can be tested using prospective research designs and/or random assignment to a controlled clinical trial.
- What is the typical field worker's task assignment for the day?
- The combat data system carries out automatic threat evaluation and weapon assignment, target designation, and hard and soft kill co-ordination.
- It is also the event which explains more clearly than any other the place of assignment, designation and organization in the life of mankind.
- All parties involved in vehicle assignment, issue, and maintenance should participate.
- And actually, I think Matt will be doing that interview, because I'll be traveling on assignment that day.
- Smears were taken using the same technique in both groups and interpreted by technicians who were not aware of the patient assignment in the study.
- They will cooperate in budget and financial management, staffing and assignment, medical information and information technology systems.
- Many of you will have seen some permutation of the mass e-mail joke bouncing around where the narrator is a news photographer, on assignment, having to make a tough call.
- A person whose performance has slacked off may be reacting to changes in the work environment, management, work task or assignment.
- I had to decline as I'm going to be on assignment, either in Switzerland or Washington.
- A National Geographic journalist will be on assignment around the area as well.
- Each derived categorical instrument has its own rules for status assignment.
- But I also don't want to toss out controlled vocabularies, or expert assignment of categories.
- The film then blurs space-time boundaries as it sends the two filmmakers on assignment to interview the key characters surrounding the hero's life.
- This would make a great difference in a situation where a destroyer developed critical problems while on assignment away from its base.
- He was sent there on assignment and she tagged along.
- No statistically significant difference existed in knowledge by task assignment of driver versus navigator.
- Other issues include specific assignment of what equipment is required, and who provides the equipment for the contract.
- These reviewers were not aware of the study group assignments of the patients.
- One drawback to the study was the nonrandom assignment to intervention and nonintervention groups.
- Since not all the taxa included in the second group have been studied, the assignment of rank as subsections or sections requires more data.
- Altion is in the area of network capacity management, administration and circuit assignment.
- A weary group of well-known Tasmanian nature photographers has just walked out of there, on assignment for the World Wide Fund for Nature.
- An assignment to this category is straightforward for duplicates with amino acid sequences of identical length.
- I spent Saturday morning roving around the neighborhood looking for yard sales… not because I wanted to buy anything, but because I was on assignment.
(document)escritura de traspaso feminine
- The directors have incorporated the effect of the deed of assignment in these financial statements as they consider this gives a correct reflection of the nature of the underlying transactions.
- The employer executes a deed of assignment in standard form assigning legal ownership of the policies to each of the employees concerned and the insurers are notified accordingly.
- At this stage there is a lot of paper work to be completed such as, direct debits, life assignments, legal documents.
- The Court disregards the opinion of any witness for either side as to what constitutes an assignment document!
- It is important to note that para 25 does no more, but no less, than to preserve the legal effect of a pre-commencement assignment or agreement to assign.
(property)propiedad hipotecada en venta