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polyvalence

the acquisition and application of a range of SKILLS. A polyvalent worker is one with a variety of job competencies and hence is able to perform a range of tasks which transcend traditional job boundaries. See LABOUR FLEXIBILITY.
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73] The renunciation of teleological narrative and the polyvalence of the statement enable free play of interpretations.
The Company has a broad range of opportunities arising from its innovations involving the discovery and development of pharmaceutical nanotechnology products using dendrimers and the multi-binding phenomenon of polyvalence.
C'est cette polyvalence, doublee d'une capacite de chargement remarquable et d'une fiabilite exemplaire qui ont amene le Ford TT a maintenir son leadership commercial pendant autant de decennies.
Quant a l'habitabilite, le best-seller de Nissan garde ses qualites premieres : polyvalence, espace et volume de rangement.
La notation du critre valeur technique de l~offre comprendra la polyvalence du matriel, l~ergonomie, la facilit d~utilisation et la performance des matriels.
Une palette melodique tres riche Une fois n'est pas coutume, Imene propose a son public une demonstration artistique mettant en avant une polyvalence jusqu'ici assez timide.
La finalite de la fiducie : une polyvalence a ne pas exonerer III.
servent d'occasion et de pretexte a la consommation de nourriture, et particulierement de banane plantain dont l'absence n'est que tres rarement envisageable en raison de sa polyvalence sur le plan culinaire--surtout quand on la compare avec d'autres denrees comme le manioc ou l'igname--, de ses qualites organoleptiques, ainsi que du prestige qui lui est associe (Ngoumou 2007).
regardless of tendencies, approaches or schools, coincide--even when they disagree about almost anything else--in insisting on the semantic polyvalence of the concept of myth, its plural content, and, consequently, the inherent difficulties when trying to define it.
Loue pour sa polyvalence par le manageur de City, Roberto Mancini, Toure avait aussi joue un grand role au sein de la selection ivoirienne, battue de justesse en finale de la Coupe d'Afrique des nations 2012 par la Zambie (8-7 aux tirs au but).
Performance criticism makes clear how it is that all the multiplying interpretive disciplines need each other: there can be no doubt as to the need for historical study (both to settle multifarious text and to understand it in a world in which change is the only constant), for literary study (because polyvalence is not simply polysyllabic jargon, but a measure of the real power of a text to transgress boundaries), and for theological study (multiplicity reminds the interpreter that after the howling wind and quaking earth of "the interesting" and after the fire of ideology there is still the voice of sheer silence that could say anything).
Through close readings, we come to realize the polyvalence of the term conserver: we can conserve honor, love, bodies, and virginity, of course, but we can also think of Corneille's martyr plays in terms of a "conservative paradigm of reason of state" by which bodies are managed rather than eliminated for the good of the state (90).