In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(logical connection)coherencia femeninocongruencia femenino
- The coherence of wit is an excellent measure of adequacy.
- In some ways, it epitomises what I dislike about branding practice: too much promise, not enough coherence.
- Interconnectedness among its components, together with its comprehensiveness, determine a system's degree of coherence.
- Anyone wanting a sense of either the broad methodological coherence of this rapprochement or its sometimes bewildering thematic complexity will find resource here.
- Let's start out by noting that the arguments about coherence go both ways.
- Insights from a number of different theories will be drawn upon to give meaning and coherence in the substantive sections.
- The passion of their position, however, is rarely matched by the coherence of their argument.
- People working the trades would also benefit from greater clarity and coherence of safety advice and guidance.
- Nevertheless, for Thagard, there are still ways of shoring up coherence with varying degrees of vigour.
- The accessibility and coherence of this book are among its main strengths.
- That is the underlying problem of coherence in contemporary Western ideology.
- Initially, we were concerned with the difficulties that students would face without a comprehensive textbook to provide coherence.
- Consequently, I have imposed a perhaps too great coherence on Crain's narrative.
- With its inner coherence broken the National Curriculum staggers on, fatally wounded.
- The accuracy of this model is in the coherence of the data.
- But distinctly national policies persist and policy coherence remains elusive.
- Readers were either presented with one text version twice (high or low coherence), or with both text versions.
- At the beginning the protagonist is on his death bed, trying desperately to find some coherence to his fragmented life.
- Also for coherence, the cooking portion of the program concludes with still photographs of each chef's set of prepared dishes.
- Landow argues that links in hypertext convey coherence, suggesting some sense of expressing a pre-existing connection or relation.
2(of group)cohesión femenino
- But the insurgency lacks the ideological coherence or organization it would need to grow into a more formidable force.
- Roman law, which he knew quite a lot about, he treated with deep respect as indispensable for the coherence of society.
- Still by late in the last quarter Freo had played Sydney back into some sort of coherence.
- An event with many causal connections plays an important role in maintaining the coherence of the story.
- There was no coherence to the dance repertoire.
- Ambivalence reflects the amount of conflict within or between components of attitudes, whereas inconsistency reflects coherence (or similarity) between components.
- Its coherence is helped by the fact that this is also an album with a message.
- We have some record of arguments used to maintain the coherence of chthonic peoples, faced with varying forms of western proselytism.
- I thought we lacked a little coherence the first night.
- The state of the past promised to cohere the nation; such coherence seems impossible today.
- Still, the stories seamlessly and skillfully intercut, and the film retains a hypnotic coherence.
- For example, the loss of coherence in a plan of care that occurs during changes of shift is a kind of gap.
- Agencies have worked across purposes and there needs to be coherence to the process.
- "We are working towards systemic coherence rather than negating the value of the new certificate."
- But the committee doesn't seem to have much political coherence.
- The end sequences are especially sloppy flipping from one fight sequence to another with no real coherence.
- Factionalism implies a degree of coherence or constraint in a group's position on issues: we expect certain policy positions to go together.
- It seems that the contingency of each individual chapter never contributes to an overall coherence.
- To their credit the Greens have listened and learned, acquiring a new coherence and hard-headedness.
- The new system has the merit of coherence: the work of each committee is directed to a specific government department.
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