tude


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tude

(tud)
n. a bad attitude. Hey, you really got a tude, dude.
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TUDE is known for her popular girl brands that speak to females of all ages.
Their positive atti tudes go a long way to making lunchtimes ever more popular in South Tyneside.
Les postulants doivent dposer leurs travaux aupras du Centre national des tudes et de recherche sur le Mouvement national et la Rvolution du 1er Novembre 1954, sis avenue de la Victoire El Biar (Alger).
It started off and they were both keeping their distance, then after a while, being the joker that he is, Tudes started to play up to Adam.
The tudes are all very hard," says Zimmerman, a 29-year-old doctoral student in piano performance from Wichita, Kan.
Dossin says he thinks that the spacing between mid-19th century piano keys must have been smaller than it is today because Liszt used rapid parallel 10ths - in other words, playing a chord that stretches two notes past an octave - in the original tudes.
It is this Chinese version that Lamotte translated and annotated into the French hroique, which was published by Institut Belge des Hautes tudes Chinoises, Brussels, in 1965; she adds a foreword to the English version, which was first published by Curzon Press, in conjunction with the Buddhist Society London, in 1998.
Carole is a graduate of the cole de Hautes tudes Commerciales du Nord business school (class of 1991), with a major in Marketing, and holds a Masters in Human Resources and Corporate Management from the cole Suprieure de Commerce in Paris (1992).
According to inspectors, pupils at the school behave well and have good atti tudes to learning.
June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The latest Harris Interactive(R) Trends & Tudes newsletter on middle school students has been published online at http://www.
This edition of Trends & Tudes focuses on a study commissioned by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Phi Delta Kappa International (PDK), and Lumina Foundation for Education through the KnowHow2GO campaign to give voice to the perspectives of 7th and 8th graders on such topics as current school experiences and expectations for high school and beyond.
May 7 /PRNewswire-USNewsire/ -- The latest Harris Interactive(R) Trends and Tudes newsletter on Cyberbullying has been published online at http://www.
Trends and Tudes is a monthly publication produced by the Harris Interactive Youth and Education Research Practice.
Baroness Crawley, MEP for Birmingham East and deputy leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party, said: "I intend the conference to be a practical event where business people can understand what the impact will be, learn about the Government's atti tudes and take away steps on how they should look at their own business.