In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(incorporation)integración feminineintegration in / into sth — integración en algo
- The increased integration of these previously isolated systems will enable them to fulfill their promises of adaptability.
- The process of India's integration into the dynamic world economy poses new challenges and presents new opportunities for Indian business.
- This processes of economic integration in the world market had its drawbacks.
- Economists are not used to analysing the process of European monetary integration in political terms.
- However, to promote longer-term growth, it makes sense for China to gradually increase its integration with global financial markets.
- This goal is one that requires the continued integration of best practices in IT management into local governments.
- Political integration is an ongoing, never ending process.
- Achieving market integration requires administration, compliance and enforcement of programs in a manner that allows markets to be integrated.
- However, the first step towards global integration was increasing market access and trade within Africa.
- Physical and technical barriers to market integration also need to be removed.
- I hope to be able to manage the combination or integration of these databases.
- So, something had to be done to give the process of political integration a shot in the arm.
- The European constitution was to be the pinnacle of this process, consolidating economic integration and crowning it with political integration.
- A fundamental purpose of EC competition policy is to promote market integration.
- At each step along the way, political and economic integration went hand in hand.
- Furthermore, industry desires graduates who demonstrate better integration of their technical and business skills.
- It is crucial that integration is professionally managed.
- This second engine has been modified based on experience gained during manufacturing, integration and previous tests.
- The Canadian government has embraced genetic engineering and has promoted its integration into agricultural research.
- The process of economic integration can't - and shouldn't - be stopped.
- In contrast, items on old-fashioned racism ask about open opposition to fair housing laws, integration, intermarriage, and having a black neighbor.
- Their arrangement was quintessential segregation by day, integration by night.
- Thus, Islam remains a fundamentalist religion, which denies integration with people of other faiths.
- It is safe to say that our society has benefited from the acceptance and integration of groups which previously suffered from discrimination.
- We all grew - as students and people - with the experience of integration after years of segregation.
- He has arranged many activities to promote national integration among his students.
- A limited amount of funding is available to support a number of good practice models of sports integration for people with disabilities.
- The last person he spoke to was a British Asian guy who had come to the conclusion that segregation was preferable to integration.
- Primary care will increasingly be delivered by larger teams of multiskilled professionals with greater integration of practice and community nursing staff.
- We have some concerns about the school, particularly as regards the absence of a head teacher until August and concrete programmes for integration with a wider peer group.
- But those who support the scheme have also suggested that it could be used to promote integration and reduce religious intolerance.
- The six new schools will be larger and will all be ‘co-located’ on the sites of existing mainstream schools to promote integration.
- A few years ago, the city mayor expressly acknowledged the level of integration of Turkish business people there into the wider community.
- The Gucki marathon run was part of a series of events that the embassy has initiated over the past one year to further the goal of integration and to mainstream persons with disability with the rest of society.
- There is another view of what a ‘tipping point’ is in terms of segregation and integration.
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