intersocietal

intersocietal

(ˌɪntəsəˈsaɪətəl) or

intersociety

adj
occurring or existing between two or more societies
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The Oregon Heart and AaAeAeA Vascular AaAeAeA Institute at PeaceHealth Sacred H AaAeAeA Medical Center at AaAeAeA RiverBend in Springfield has earned five vasc AaAeAeA re-accreditations and an AaAeAeA echocardiography AaAeAeA re-accreditatio the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
43) Reconciliation, then, is derived neither wholly from Indigenous nor colonial law: "[I]t is a form of intersocietal law that evolved from long-standing practices linking the various communities together.
The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) has been accrediting CT facilities since 2007.
The facility features four procedural rooms, including two state-of-the-art cardiac cath labs and the only hospital-based echo department in a 50-mile radius to hold Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) accreditation.
En clair, les processus de reconnaissance etatique de la pluralite juridique sont-ils eux aussi depasses, car intimement lies a la theorie positiviste, et vaut-il mieux des lors chercher ailleurs les reponses au dialogue intersocietal et interculturel?
This melding of aspects of Aboriginal title (as articulated by the Supreme Court) with aspects of Tsilhqot'in title (as understood by the Tsilhqot'in) places the grounds for the establishment of this Park squarely in the intersocietal realm within which Aboriginal title should be found.
The Center is accredited by the Intersocietal Commission for Accreditation of Echocardiography Laboratories; is designated an Aetna Institute of Quality for interventional cardiology and rhythm disease diagnosis and treatment and is a recipient of the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval[R] for its heart failure program.
Reliant Medical Group, the locally based multispecialty medical group, recently announced that it has been reaccredited in the adult thoracic area of echocardiography by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
Cross-border transactions are left to particularly skilled international traders who take advantage of intersocietal mechanisms at least from the time of the guarded Roman roads and progressing to multiple country alliances like the
Houchang Chehabi's chapter, "Iran and Iraq: Intersocietal Linkages and Secular Nationalism," criticizes the historiography that, extrapolating from relatively recent animosity between Iran and Iraq, portrays this rivalry as eternal.
Just as Peirce identified abduction as a third way in analysis, so stimulus diffusion is a third way, or hypothesis, in evaluating intersocietal contacts versus local invention (Kroeber 1952[1940]).