In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The ordinary meaning of ‘incitement’ as adopted in the authorities is that it encompasses encouragement, persuasion or inducement.
- However, positive inducements and reassurances must be credible and truly attractive.
- I am quite satisfied that she is refusing to give evidence and that no inducements or protection which the court could afford would persuade her otherwise.
- Stimulation is taken to mean an inducement, a spur to action, an interest in doing something.
- Whether such tax credits are sufficient inducement to donors remains to be established.
- Hypnosis involves inducement of a trance - a condition between waking and sleeping.
- However, luckily for May, it seems possible profit was inducement enough to persuade them to open the door.
- Just as important as mechanisms to ensure productivity were inducements to encourage men to work harder.
- There was no inducement to lead a good life because evil people would spend their eternity in Hell.
- We induced them under pressure, and inducements, to send their money into New York, into the New York financial system; so they built up the system.
- Undue inducement, coercion, selection bias towards the poor, and distortion of the doctor-patient relationship are cited by critics of financial incentives.
- They have several inducements to seek legal advice, and these inducements have been strengthened in recent years.
- They assess the efficiency of various forms of coercion as well as inducements.
- Book sales reps commonly use any of three inducements to convince bookstores to carry specific titles.
- It's a discovery likely to add new weight to parental inducements to ‘eat more greens ‘…
- The Bill's benefits package is no longer a reward for service rendered but an inducement to serve and has become a significant part of recruiters' pitches.
- In effect these new finances represent the inducement required to persuade developing countries to conserve their genetic resources.
- The pressures and inducements to respond are enormous.
- We don't need much inducement to eat, wash, beautify ourselves, or gratify our needs, but for many of us, honoring other people doesn't come easily.
- Even so, remuneration for military service did provide inducement early on.
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