In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Gone or forgotten is the notion of aiming for a zero-growth cycle of production and consumption, in which the majority of resources drawn from nature would eventually come to be either reutilized or returned to nature in a circular flow.
- The frame was quoted to another supplier, but due to Tower's proximity to the plant and the fact that the vehicle was basically the same, Tower was able to reutilize some of its current assets and come in with a lower bid.
- It is a way of implementing new technology and tools, reutilizing existing systems, and leveraging the human factor to help evolve an organization as a more successful business.
- It is not affected by diet, reutilized, nor degraded further.
- So, in this numerical example, I will revert to the very classical model first formulated by Tougan-Baranosky, and reutilized by Bortkiewciez and Samuelson.
- Architects should think about the question of how buildings can be reutilized after big events such as the World Expo.
- It has been suggested that this might have reutilized the site of an earlier and less impressive theatre, but this is still speculative and awaits confirmation by further excavation.
- Through a set of basic protocols or licences it hopes to create a space or a commons wherein digital content can be accessed and reutilised without fear of lawsuit.
- The fate of rubisco during leaf senescence has been intensively studied and the nitrogen from this source has been shown to be extensively reutilized in the synthesis of proteins in seeds and perennating organs.
- While expended flake cores were often transformed into a variety of tool types, such as chisels, wedges, and scrapers, blade cores, once expended, were never reutilized or modified into tools.
- The larger the nitrogen resorption efficiency is, the more nitrogen is reutilized by the plant.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
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