decompartmentalization


Related to decompartmentalization: compartmentalize

decompartmentalization

(ˌdiːkɒmpɑːtˌmɛntəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

decompartmentalisation

n
(Sociology) the act of decompartmentalizing
Translations

decompartmentalization

[ˌdiːkɒmpɑːtˌmentəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Ndescompartimentación f
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I think that for me at least, the journey to bringing my body into the realm of worshipping and glorifying God is going to take some very intentional decompartmentalization.
In reality, Laine pushed the process of decompartmentalization even further by entrusting Andre Morin, the quasi-official photographer of contemporary art exhibitions in France, with the task of realizing her images.
The main recommendation was to encourage decompartmentalization and the convergence of agencies and legislation in a one-stop service approach to supervision and regulation.
Increased serum ferritin concentrations often are indices of excess iron stores; however, several hyperferritinemic conditions are not related to iron overload, and they include disorders such as inflammations, neoplasia (3), and the recently described metabolic dysfunction-associated liver iron overload syndrome (4), conditions that are associated to iron decompartmentalization and characterized by low or normal transferrin saturation.
In a culture that emphasized harmony and the whole, a culture that stood for "decompartmentalization," neo-Platonism offered a philosophy of harmony and a brief for decompartmentalization.