- The ICTU is under massive pressure from trade union officials representing workers in the private sector.
- One of them is to appoint a non-executive Director to represent consumers, and I suspect the appointment will be heavily influenced by the Government.
- To represent members effectively, directors must know what members need.
- This year 113 competitors represented twenty-six countries.
- Coke would not comment on the player identities saying that contracts had not been finalized, but did say a player representing each country of origin in the Latino community would be represented.
- This year's event will feature 27 international galleries representing countries such as Japan, The Czech Republic.
- Its principle task is to draw up a constitution, agreed by a parliament representing each Iraqi community.
- ‘But my past has nothing to do with what happens with my son,’ said Zainuri, who is now a local legislator representing a Muslim party in Madiun.
- The Justice Party today is not represented in the Danish Parliament, nor has it been for 15 years.
- Compared to the annual value, this drop represents an 11.5 percent reduction in regressivity.
- The amount represents the largest source of money, outweighing contributions from labor unions and political parties.
- So, this represents the amount of money that would be left over if a company were to sell all of its assets at fair market value and then pay off all of liabilities.
- Lucrecia Martel, Paula Hernandez, Vanessa Ragone and Julia Solomonoff represent the clearest example of a new generation that is changing the face of cinema.
- Tears of the Sun is not a great movie, but it is satisfying, and represents an example of accomplished film-making.
- While in Thailand they might decide to take a tour of Bangkok city and Temple, which includes three of the most unusual Buddhist temples in Bangkok representing the finest examples of Thai architecture.
- While these women may be excluded and discarded from the present, this present is also represented as something that doesn't offer much worth claiming.
- Likewise, child readers of the biographies were implicitly encouraged to identify their present with the past represented in the narratives they read.
- He is now free to wander and interact with less restraint, and, as such, his presence is represented with greater frequency.
- Such a rethinking would not necessarily reject outright the possibility that such images represent their subjects through physiognomic likeness.
- Mayan examples are identified by glyphs and attributes, and are understood to represent specific subjects.
- As a result, a well-trained artist does not need a life model or a preparatory sketch to represent a particular subject.
- Hermetic poetry was a poetry that sought, not to describe or represent, but to evoke.
- Unmistakably, too, this description represents an aspect of his own aspiration.
- Aspirations best represent the dreams of young women, while expectations reflect a realistic view of the world.
- The term was first used in a French treatise on dance by Raoul-Auger Feuillet and Pierre Beauchamp to denote graphic symbols representing the movement of the feet.
- All throughout the menus, you'll see spinning 3D symbols representing your selected option - you'll even see tires spinning in the car configuration option that carry the assigned tread.
- When teachers describe for a student the actions that take place in a particular movement, the words they use are symbols representing a more abstract concept.
- Wikipedia represents a fascinating embodiment of that collective understanding because it is open to contributions from all members of the human collective.
- Yet this could represent the Ghost's embodiment of the disciples' moment of doubt and fear, rather than the atheism of modern generations.
- The law represents an embodiment of a society's values and legal frameworks are becoming increasingly important to the study of marketing.
- From his personal library of images Paul has used footage shot almost 20 years ago of his daughter Kyra at age 3, representing the role of Nijinsky's own daughter Kyra.
- The means of stage expression is also restricted by Yew's choice to employ only five actors to represent the many figures who appear throughout the play.
- Further, he claims Eircom wrongly represented that the agreed discount was for £85,000.
- The company also represented that they had helped it to hedge downside risk.
- He further represented that he had the bank's authority to make a direct contract between it and the payee by the use of the cheque card.
- Example sentences
- In his dissertation, Riemann studied the representability of functions by trigonometric series and gave the conditions for a function to have an integral (what we now call ‘Riemann integrability’).
- In 1829, Dirichlet deduced the representability by Fourier series of a class of functions defined by concepts.
- This is not a simple performative, but one which operates through exclusionary operations that come back to haunt the very claim of representability that it seeks to make.
- Example sentences
- Existence is not dialectical, not representable.
- In 1941 he received the degree of Doctor of Science for a dissertation Structure of isomorphic representable infinite algebras and groups.
- These images were perpetuating certain ideas about what is and is not representable in our culture.
Late Middle English: from Old French representer or Latin repraesentare, from re- (expressing intensive force) + praesentare 'to present'.
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