To these categories of translation--direct, secondary/intermediated, and intralingual--we can add other ways that Finch used translation to reimport
Jacobite and feminist "source" cultures into the dominant domestic, British "target" cultures of patriarchy and Whiggism.
It would be nice to see a modification that allows users to export the transcription to a text document for ease of distribution and editing, as some of the other systems on the market do, and to reimport
the edited file with autoparsing (compared against the original transcription).
That's right: our banks exported the toxicity, then contrived to reimport
it, all under our leader's nose.
licensee cannot reimport
into a licensor's territory; the ensuing question, however, is whether or not the licensor can also prevent
A Toyota executive said the company has decided to reimport
the car ''to improve profit sources said to be heavily dependent on North America.
It is also a felony to knowingly import a drug in violation of the reimport
He and others think it is time for the United States to reimport
an idea that has been reworked in Britain.
If you are only allowed to reimport
drugs made here, then the control of what amount of product can be reimported
can be controlled by what amount of that product is sent out of the United States," Elliott said.
Also, to ensure that all drugs are made and handled according to FDA specifications, only a drug's manufacturer is permitted to import or reimport
prescription drugs into the United States.
Yet despite this unwitting generosity, I cannot legally visit those countries and reimport
what my subsidy sold them on the cheap in the first place.
Congressional negotiators also declined to include a provision that would have made it easier to reimport
drugs from Canada (which has been used as a stopgap measure to bring cheaper drugs to U.
Also, the bill makes it virtually impossible to reimport
cheaper drugs from Canada.