acquisitional

acquisitional

(ˌækwɪˈzɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to the act of acquisition
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Finally, the study also addresses a key research gap, namely the influence of type of routine on pragmatic changes from an acquisitional perspective.
The first is that of Marlete Sandra Diedrich, from the University of Passo Fundo, RS, entitled Man in the language: the intertwining language and culture in language acquisition in an acquisitional enunciative perspective.
When operational risk outweighs acquisitional risk, our decision calculus must change and this is what we're dealing with today.
and simultaneously affirm the acquisitional possibilities such a system makes available ("upon Second Thoughts, I took it away") evidence what Watt calls "the compulsive irrationality of economic man," whose commitment to self-interest represents "the new outlook of individualism in its economic aspect" (119, 63), and what McKeon describes as the proto-capitalist fantasy of being able to "accumulate limitless possessions that cannot entail the risk of becoming commodities in exchange" (324).
The interlanguage of interlanguage pragmatics: A research agenda for acquisitional pragmatics.
Saleem, in his scholarly paper 'Permanent value of Iqbal's philosophy', makes it clear that knowledge "can be categorized in two kinds: (i) Acquisitional knowledge orobservational and scientific knowledge in Quranicdiction it is called 'Ilm-ul-Asma'; and (ii) Revelational knowledge (Ilm-ul-Kitab).
In acquisitional terms, repetition in conversation can serve to consolidate what is being learned, since the conversation may act as an unobtrusive but effective scaffold for what is causing learning difficulty, (p 33)
Parents of young children are prime customers for many retailers, Gillpatrick said, as they're generally at an acquisitional stage in their lives, with relatively new households and a continuous need for new clothing as their children grow.
A qualitative item analysis will lead us to conclusions about some of the discrete or integrated items that are not giving the expected results and, more interestingly, about eventual acquisitional sequences of grammar on the part of the students.
As the collectivist and inclusive 1970s yielded to the individualised acquisitional neo- conservative 1990s, the politics of collective struggle began to seem stale and dated, while identity politics acquired a new precedence and gloss.
In its last major acquisitional foray, McKesson Canada had offered to buy all the outstanding shares of the Uniprix Group, the Montreal-based voluntary chain.
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