It seems to be clear that when we deal with the acquisition of verbal paradigm, the reorganizational
error can play an important role to understand it.
For example, similarity or analogy of stories is a common principle of reusing existing mental resources in various types of generative actions such as gathering actions, top-down restriction, inductive generalization, and reorganizational
authority to the President, and/or introduce and enact
Efforts and Official Guidance
Translation and localization social networks are scalable and reorganizational
The primary theory draws a distinction between revolutionary and reorganizational
constitutions and argues that originalism thrives in revolutionary constitutions, which create a nation, but not in reorganizational
constitutions, which merely reorganize an already existing political and legal structure.
We would focus on any management comments regarding the company's mobile strategy and further reorganizational
steps that are likely to involve a merger with Svyazinvest.
Additionally, Florida law suggests that the legislature has historically led reorganizational
efforts in this state.
Bankruptcy Court approved Flying J's reorganizational
plan allowing the company to resume regular business practices.
Roosevelt wrote in his 1939 Reorganizational
Plan that it was "necessary and desirable to group in a Federal Security Agency those agencies of the Government, the major purposes of which are to promote social and economic security, educational opportunity and the health of the citizens of the Nation." (167)
purpose" and therefore dismissed the case.
Como sugiere West-Eberhard (2005: 6547), "a very large body of evidence shows that phenotypic novelty is largely reorganizational
rather than a product of innovative genes".