agrégation

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agrégation

(aɡreɡɑsjɔ̃)
n
(in France) a civil service examination for some posts in secondary and higher education
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Le score fiduciaire est une agregation de trois sous-sections, a savoir 'Qualite de gestionnaire d'actifs ', 'Gouvernance d'entreprise ' et ' Gouvernance compatible avec la charia'.
23] The research by Sack and Dujovne shows that etamsylate provokes agregation of platelets in platelet-enriched plasma, but such platelet aggregation is minor and reversible.
Faire partie des sources retenues par un assistant vocal, etre cite comme tel, avoir une influence sur l'eventuelle agregation de donnees restituees vocalement a l'individu sont quelques-uns des enjeux fondamentaux de cette revolution technologique, selon l'etude.
L'article Agregation agricole, le modele a-t-il reussi au Maroc?
During the 16 months of the fallow season, there is no residue cover in surface soil and loses its agregation and becomes dust due to frequent tillage operations (Avci, 2011).
Cette agregation permet au legislateur d'anticiper la formation d'une interface strategique entre sa personne et les agents a son service.
Recently, several comparative public scholars have published excellent PhDs and have succeeded at the academically all-important Agregation de droit public, which enables French doctors to become professors.
Subject of the contract is the supply of consumables for the machine Platelet Agregation profiler PAP-8E, manufacturer BIO / DATA Corporation.
Nevertheless, history and human geography, the latter represented by the School of Vidal de la Blache, shared many objectives and methods, as well as common institutional features such as the agregation (the French national diploma in preparation for secondary school teaching) in history and geography.
de Sahlins (10), productifs ou improductifs, entre les vulcanologues et la population locale, elle a pris le volcan comme le dispositif qui permet leur agregation et leur interaction.