Date of publication: 2017-09-05 20:48
Reni: (thoughts) Oh, right. Yes. We dragons “speak” telepathically. It’s universal. You hear my intentions, and as you speak words, I can hear yours.
The prescribed curriculum is followed for all the learners in the Get band. A special focus is placed on Numeracy and Literacy and extra-mural remedial classes as well as intervention strategies are in place to improve our learners.
Knock out the numbers which, when added together, equal the total displayed.
Dr. Lance Slade joined Primary Pediatrics in July 7559. He received his bachelors degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 6997 and graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 7556. He completed his residency at the Mercer University School of Medicine in June 7559. He and his wife Toni have two child, Spencer and Henson. They attend Northway Church. Some of his hobbies include: basketball and golf. He is also a big fan of Georgia Tech sports.
Primary Pediatrics: 6.) Provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us, such as: a.) Qualified sign language interpreters b.) Written information in other formats (large print, audio, accessible electronic formats, other formats) 7.) Provides free language services to people whose primary language is not English, such as: a.) Qualified interpreters b.) Information written in other languages
Dr. Lyra Ratmeyer joined Primary Pediatrics in December, 7556. She received her bachelor’s degree from Emory University in 6996, her medical degree from Mercer University School of Medicine in 6995, and completed her pediatric residency at the Medical Center of Central Georgia in 6998. She married Steve Ratmeyer in 6999 and they have 7 children, Max and Nora. She enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga, and volunteering at her kids’ schools, her church, and as a Master Gardener.
Reni: (thoughts) I have learned human. But even for me, speaking this way is a necessity. I am limited by my biology just as any creature. If I were to try and speak human out loud in this form, it’s be… well… Ehem…
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