WEFOUNDThe Progress and Arrest of Islam in Sumatra (Classic Reprint)


Gann said, "This measure would just increase the amount that is given to schools each year, earmarking the additional funding to be spent on teacher compensation.”

“By removing the cap on eligibility for the children of long-time Oklahoma classroom teachers, we are creating a powerful retention and recruitment tool that will continue to benefit the future of Oklahoma."

"This is the best thing for Rogers County, that we have legislators that want to take care of us," Julie Dermody said. "It shows us that they do care, they are listening."

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    Gann said, "This measure would just increase the amount that is given to schools each year, earmarking the additional funding to be spent on teacher compensation.”

    “By removing the cap on eligibility for the children of long-time Oklahoma classroom teachers, we are creating a powerful retention and recruitment tool that will continue to benefit the future of Oklahoma."

    "This is the best thing for Rogers County, that we have legislators that want to take care of us," Julie Dermody said. "It shows us that they do care, they are listening."

    1. 1 to become mature generally a species progresses from simple forms to more specialized forms Synonyms of progress age , develop , grow , grow up , mature , ripen Words Related to progress mellow , soften ; bloom , blossom , burgeon ( also bourgeon), flourish , flower ; open , unfold ; advance , evolve ; get along , get on , gray ( also grey) Near Antonyms of progress decay , decline , degenerate , deteriorate , sink , worsen ; droop , dry , fade , flag , sag , shrivel , wane , waste (away), weaken , wilt , wither ; regress , retrogress , revert ; backslide , lapse , return

      There are a lot of strange local ordinances in this country. But perhaps none are stranger than the one that resulted in the arrest of a nonagenarian for giving food to hungry people.

      Last month, Ft. Lauderdale city officials passed a new measure to crack down on people feeding the homeless. On Sunday, two days after the new law went into effect, Arnold Abbott, 90, a longtime advocate for the homeless and regular volunteer at a local soup kitchen, was arrested for the crime of giving food to the needy. He now faces up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine. Two local pastors were also arrested and face the same potential sentences.

      According to a census last year, there are 2,810 homeless individuals and families who live in Broward County, most of whom reside in Ft. Lauderdale.

      Gann said, "This measure would just increase the amount that is given to schools each year, earmarking the additional funding to be spent on teacher compensation.”

      “By removing the cap on eligibility for the children of long-time Oklahoma classroom teachers, we are creating a powerful retention and recruitment tool that will continue to benefit the future of Oklahoma."

      "This is the best thing for Rogers County, that we have legislators that want to take care of us," Julie Dermody said. "It shows us that they do care, they are listening."


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