1(advance)evolución feminineher progression from popular to classical music — su evolución de la música popular a la clásica
- it was a natural progression for her to go on to higher education — para ella era un paso natural pasar a cursar estudios superiores
- his progression up the scale — su ascenso en el escalafón
- Second, a thorough explanation sets the stage for the entire therapy and the developmental progression of enactments over its course.
- The bank said its policy is designed to ensure that all employees have equal opportunities and access to development and career progression.
- Brown confirms that mid-range authors are now dropped by publishers rather than being allowed the steady development and natural progression that they once were.
- The premarital counselor or educator can use various strategies to aid couples in the development of and progression towards the shared vision for the marriage.
- They are necessary, within the context of his meaningless existence, for the evolutionary progression towards a meaningless future.
- Now the Irish have to continue their progression of advancement beyond simple qualification for major tournaments.
- He calls this the ‘wired life’, which prizes flexibility and personal growth over steady career progression.
- Individuals' career progression and opportunities for development are reduced when there is little internal flow of human resources.
- This process is fundamental in the development, progression, and metastatic spread of solid tumors.
- The resulting shift toward a more open culture that accommodated questioning and recognised human limitations was a gradual but steady progression.
- Not long ago, a job in the private sector was the preferable option for graduates seeking rapid career progression and a hefty wage
- His current research investigates the ecological dynamics of strategic moves and the relationship between organizational processes and career progression.
- Normal progression should make him hard to beat tomorrow.
- Furthermore, development and progression of MDSs are likely mediated by genetic abnormalities at the molecular level.
- It is a slow and very steady process of progression.
- The British Computer Society has designed a tool to help companies manage the career progression and develop the skills of its IT staff.
- The second factor that deters progression in an academic career is lack of parity of income with a clinical career, due both to earnings lost during training and the inability to earn from private practice.
- A simple washing machine controller possesses ‘memory’ due to the equivalent process of developmental progression.
- He noted an increase of land prices averaging more than 200% in the past ten years as another reason for the slow progression of the process.
- The same expectations of normal progression during labor should be applied to patients with a prior C-section.
2Mathematics Musicprogresión feminine
- There are some well-constructed chord progressions and melodies but her music often lacks an overarching vision to hold it together.
- Those Antipodeans had the same understanding of rhythmic lyrics, chord progressions and harmonising melodies as Ezio.
- I'll take simple rock chord progressions or melodies and throw some perplexity or confusion into the mix - like adding garlic to vanilla ice cream.
- They never really get soft enough, and their intonation, although solid, never contributes to the ecstasy of the positively magical chord progressions the composer discovered.
- Much of its punch derives from new-minted, surprising chord progressions and pungent dissonance, an idiom Barber carries to the end of the setting.