Animative

An´i`ma`tive


a.1.Having the power of giving life or spirit.
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Officials from RAFAKO and Animative also presented their respective companies activities in different countries to the Secretary.
The second half of the course addresses the properties of man from the Thomistic philosophical perspective: his vegetative, animative, and cognitive operations; the nature of the human soul; the unity of soul and body; the nature, act, and objects of the human intellect; the necessity and freedom of the human will; and the interaction of the intellect and will in the free human act.
Likewise, Rossini's thematic analyses--including, but not limited to, his adept discussion of theatrical time in the work of Jose Rivera, the performativity of genre in the later plays of Luis Valdez, and the animative metaphor of community in the works of Cherrie Moraga--will likely prove indispensable to future scholars and theater practitioners alike.
The contract relates to the design and management of animative activities and socialization intended for pupils of nursery and primary schools which have to arrive and / or stay in school in extrascolastico.II.1.6 hours) Information about lots
The contract relates to the design and management of activities and socialization animative intended for pupils of nursery and primary schools which have to get and / or stay in school, outside school hours.
The contract has as its object the design and management of Daytime activities center for minors in its entirety or with respect to: educational activities - animative and related administrative, as well as additional benefits of art.
Taylor explains that animatives "refer to actions taking place on the ground ...
Taylor states that "animatives are part movement, as in animation; part identity, being, or soul, as in anima or life" (2007, 1417).