It is consequently a prerequisite that we readapt
ourselves and our farming methods to be able to live within these circumstances," he said.
The car had a very different balance and I had to manage my driving style like everybody did to readapt
a little," added Guerrieri.
It means I have no immune system, so I have had to readapt
Bigger companies are able to readapt
their normative framework and crack down on undesirable users, while grass-roots startups are, according to Wagner, the most vulnerable to exploitation.
Based on fieldwork and participant observation, the article presents some results on the mechanisms of IOs in their efforts to permanently readapt
to the international environment and, at the same time, participate in the configuration of the international scene.
The primary aim of education at Japanese supplementary schools is to provide Japanese education for children who will return to Japan, so that they can easily readapt
to the Japanese educational system (MEXT 2015).
45 million to redefine the national standard for medical education by creating an interdisciplinary learning environment that would totally readapt
the university's health sciences curriculum and methodologies.
Therefore, the tool will provide valuable information about the real impact of the plans and policies established by the area of economic and business promotion of the municipality of Gijn, being possible to readapt
them when necessary in order to increase their effectiveness in terms of wealth and employment.
In Canada, recent immigrants who own the intersections of these elements often endure complex and stressful migration journeys and struggle to readapt
to new relationships and to establish identities as a result of multiple institutional barriers and shifting gender and generational roles in the family (Guo 2013, 2015).
In this way, it is necessary that both parties reorganize and readapt
to the continuous journey of care to be provided.
team strategy in response to unexpected changes in the environment.
surveys in Spanish cities show how most people ignore the academic and official discourses; it is clearly necessary to readapt
the message to urban archaeology if we want to connect with the people and integrate our scientific knowledge into the imagination of the people.