Introduct

In`tro`duct´


v. t.1.To introduce.
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As regard to external migration, it is planned to introduct the principle of free movement of employees of multinational corporations that invest capital in manufacture, agrocultural industry and geological exploration," she said.
Now we also have Ljungberg to think of because it looks as if he will play and it's a great introduct ion for him to come in.
Kozyris, Introduct ion to Greek Law, second revised edition, Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, Deventer, The Netherlands, 1993, p.
WHAT TO EXPECT: The sight of Arabian horses gracefully trotting freely on the impressive secluded 3,500-acre estate as we drove up the mile-long winding drive was an unexpected but delightful introduct ion to this quintessential English country house hotel, near Honiton in Devon.
But by the late 1920s, after the introduct ion of parole, forms of early release in Georgia affected over 1000 convicts a year, more than a sixth of the convict population.
It has to be our job to make sure he does not get an easy introduct i on .
Joyce's introduct ion of a "homosexual code" suggests his awareness of how homosexuality has been represented through connotation.
Those on offer in the New Year range from habitat creation, clean and polluted water and environmental web sites, virtual reality in construction, energy conservation in the built environment, and robotics to surfing the net, language sessions, introduct ion to British sign language and European studies.