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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- They were conceptualized as an imaginary solution to the social problems faced by young, working-class men.
- Bronfenbrenner's revolutionary idea was to conceptualize human development as a nested series of influential factors.
- Although theoretically sound, Myers' behavior analytic approach to conceptualizing violent relationships has received little attention in the partner violence literature.
- By conceptualising things you have an incredible freedom.
- By conceptualizing an artifact as a world, we can explore it as a space, story, or game, depending on its emphasis.
- In a culture which conceptualizes time as cyclic the idea of rebirth seems natural.
- In particular, the Iraqis, just like their elected leaders, seem to have problems conceptualizing the best constitutional structure for their nation.
- Specifically, the worrier must be able to envision, anticipate, or conceptualize future events.
- We've batted around the same idea since 1990, when we first conceptualised a method to enhance the ability of a frail pensioner to remain in the family home for as long as possible.
- The idea of structuration provides a way of conceptualizing the relationship between mechanical and socially constructed systems.
- Plenty of folks do not need to be conceptualizing their own holiday greetings.
- Whereas with the second one, we really conceptualized it and had a pretty good idea of what we wanted to do.
- Although I am strictly adhering to the policy of no pre-writing, I have been conceptualizing my first post in my mind for days now.
- They were each involved in different aspects of making and conceptualising art, but their ideas were growing and shifting.
- Samit Ballal, who conceptualised the place, has conjured up the eclectic menu.
- The goal is to conceptualize the two intellectual activities as synergistic with ideas emerging from one and vitalizing the other.
- Smell is simply ignored, of no relevance to conceptualising the object, formulating the idea, giving objective knowledge.
- This is certainly an odd idea if being able to consciously conceptualize pain and death minimizes the pain relative to not being able to conceptualized pain and death.
- Students played a large part in planning the conference and conceptualizing its themes.
- To try to conceptualise a parallel situation in Australia, imagine Kerry Packer becoming our Prime Minister.
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