statal

Related to statal: skosh, lee tide

statal

(ˈsteɪtəl)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to a state, such as one of the 50 US states and not the national government
2. (Grammar) grammar of or relating to a passive verb form
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One should not confuse nationalism with the processes of statal construction; although they seem synonymous, they are nevertheless two distinct political-social phenomena.
Cordia performed both in Malta and abroad, namely representing Malta in India in 2012 playing classical concerts in New Delhi and Calcutta and also plaed at official statal dinners and receptions and have been asked to perform on Austrias national day.
of a public teaching hospital LEMOS, 2012 To critically Through the analysis analyze politics and of politics, practices of health programs and developed in statal projects of Speech intitutions scope, Language and Hearing by students of sciences in the Public Health I field of Public internship of the Health aiming to Federal University learn its principles of Sergipe (Brazil) and guidelines and to base the development of activities.
Onuf considers the international reality an unintended result of the statal agents' domestic and foreign activity, a structured and stucturant realm, more powerful than agents themselves, which, consequently, cannot be overcome.
The aim of the Technology and Development Consultancy Cell would be to formulate and implement a Development Professional program which among other things seeks to train personnel and establish opportunities within statal and para-statal agencies for these engineers to work profitably.
The good news is that latest retired do not think this way since they are going to have more cultural knowledge and likely to make society feel their presence or at least their influence on political decisions both in a regional, local or statal level.
Iranian leadership figures, from the Supreme Leader to Ahmadinejad, IRGC commanders, and parliamentary representatives, routinely invoke traditional Islamic memes about the nefarious role (and morbid destiny) of Jews in Muslim End Times scenarios and merge those with a Khomeinist statal philosophy that, despite its 21st century technology, more closely reflects Shi'ite theocratic pathologies than anything remotely resembling the genuine wishes or even Islamic practices of the battered Iranian people.
Nevertheless firms are recognized to have the leading role on innovation, according to National System of Innovation (Lundvall, 1992; Nelson, 1993) and the statal policies could have a promoter leadership role, following Triangle of Sabato Model (Sabato and Mackenzi, 1982), the interaction between universities, firms and governmental agencies through institutionals arrangements are essential to foster and to increase the knowledge-based societes, from the Triple Helix point of view (Etzkowitz and Leydesdorff, 2000).
Five years of civil conflict (1997-2003) further damaged infrastructure, though the privatization of some statal and parastatal enterprises has generated some interest from U.