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100 Men 3 500 awarded to top 5 places 100 Men 4 500 awarded to top 5 places 90 Men 5 , 19-39 Medals to 1st-3rdplaces 90 Men 5, 40 Medals to 1st-3rd places 100 Men 35 500 awarded to top 5 places 100 Men 45 500 awarded to top 5 places 95 Men 55 300 awarded to top 3 places 90 Men 65 /70 /75 Medals to 1st-3rd places in each age group

work/products (Beading, Candles, Carving, Food Products, Soap, Weaving, etc.) ⃝I understand that if my work contains Indigenous visual representation that it is a reflection of the Indigenous culture of my native region. ⃝To the best of my knowledge, my work/products fall within Craft Council standards and expectations with respect to

Visit Preparation; 2) PAT Personal Visit Elements; and 3) Home Visit Process Quality. Sections 1 and 2 help you assess specific content and delivery of the visit based on your understanding of the planning process, the family and the specific visit plan. Four of the seven scales from the Home Visit Rating Scales—Adapted & Extended (HOVRS-A )

NOVEMBER 2015. 2 Changing Places We need changing places to go places CHANGING PLACES INFORMATION KIT . football stadiums and more recently the London Olympics where a Changing . Outings such as the Australian Tennis Open, concerts, the football we could stay for the entire day ensuring we maximise the opportunity for the people

Smart Places provide safer . places for our people and increase our sense of security. (see page 9) Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion: Smart Places will . improve physical and digital . access for the people of NSW to participate in economic and civic life. (see page 11) Collaboration and Connection: Smart Places . bring people, businesses and

Changing Places established in the United Kingdom. 2006 Maroondah City Council approached the UK-based Changing Places Consortium, seeking approval to use the Changing Places logo. The development of design specifications for use in Australia commenced. 2011 2013 Changing Places website launched by the Association for Children with a Disability.

of Changing Places toilets aims to go some way towards fulfilling this commitment. 3. Changing Places toilets give severely disabled people and their families the opportunity to visit public places which they otherwise would not be able to and can therefore make a huge difference to their quality of life. It is estimated that at least

Summarize site visit findings in a site visit report (consultant). Use the site visit report for future PCA monitoring (PO). Frequency Each PCA will receive one 2-day site visit during the 3-year project period. When possible, the PO, other BPHC staff, or both will attend the site visit. In all cases, the PO will

3 0:3333 rounded to 4 decimal places, 8 3 2:66667 rounded to 5 decimal places, ˇ 3:142 rounded to 3 decimal places. Sometimes the phrases \signi cant gures" and \decimal places" are abbreviated as \s.f." or \sig. g." and \d.p." respectively. Example 1 Write down

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals Words Multiply as you would with whole numbers. Then add the number of decimal places in the factors. This sum gives you the number of decimal places in the product. Numbers 4. 7 1 6 0.2 0.9 4 3 2 3 decimal places 1 decimal place 4 decimal places EXAMPLE 1 Multip

- 2018 1 Year 5 Geography Unit 2018 Factors That Shape Places Term: Three and Four 2018Duration: 20 weeks Grade: Five Year: . Students investigate how people change the natural environment in Australia and other places around the world. They also explore how the environment influences the human characteristics of places. Students examine ways .

"omnisphere" places. Genuinely places of the future. The places we feature often anchor themselves on one key technology or concept. For example: Cybersecurity. Tel Aviv in Israel has become a well-established and hugely successful location for cyber innovation and keeping data safe. Digital twins. Wellington, New Zealand's early