embracive

Related to embracive: engaging

embracive

(ɪmˈbreɪsɪv)
adj
embracing all, or comprehensivefond of embracing
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The increase in revenue was mainly attributable to the steady expansion of the Group's restaurant network in the region, along with the steady performance from its signature "Tai Hing" brand, coupled with the embracive responses towards some newly introduced brands, such as "Pho Le", "Men Wah Bing Teng", and "Trusty Congee King".
In its brief rejection of Campbell-Ewald's derivative sovereign immunity defense, the Court surprisingly asserted that derivative sovereign immunity, while it ostensibly insulates private parties from liability, does not necessarily bestow on a private firm or individual "the Government's embracive immunity." (107) But this statement directly contradicts the Chief Justice's conclusion not even four years before, namely that, "uncertain immunity is little better than no immunity at all." (108)
He proposed a roadmap for the coming period in the region, based on stability as access to prosperity, guaranteeing solidity of the economy and embracive growth, using technology as access to economic transform in the region, education, and improving governance.
In my experience, the creative industry is pretty embracive of the right to self-expression; women dress up or down when they feel like it.
We discussed that to arrive at a better scenario analysis we need to have courage to challenge our own mental "box" by expanding its "boundary" to allow new thoughts and perspectives to be included in our new and more embracive "boundary wisdom" (Chen, 2013, 2015).
The awkward part in this terrible saga is that these groups are supposed to be an integral part of the G20 meetings under the Business 20 (B20), Labor 20 (L20), Think 20 (T20) and other schemes that aim to transform the G20 from simply a leadership summit to a more inclusive and embracive platform.
[...] 1) its use in the context of the AIDS epidemic is recent and there is a need for more studies and research to better understand their benefits and their limitations; 2) being an all embracive concept that is complex with no directional focus, it may seem more theoretical than practical and this makes the choice difficult and makes knowing what actions and policies to pursue difficult as well 3) vulnerability is: multidimensional, comes in different degrees and is dynamic.
If, even during these years of prosperity, creating a democracy embracive of economic equality in the USA was about as realistic as Astroland's Burger Man seizing the controls on the rocket ship that sat atop Gregory and Paul's Hamburgers on Coney Island, and orbiting it around the Statue of Liberty, then economic equality through education today is about as realistic as the National Rifle Association calling for a ban on assault weapons, or McDonalds eliminating the Big Mac.
At the top of all that when the rulers get at the throne in Islamabad with a dubious mandate, the consequences must be dreadful then as the free electronic media is making all embracive analysis on the situation and few things can remain unfolded in the given conditions.
The entire assemblage anchored, In order, ABCDEFGHIJ&K, Quetzalcoatl, plumage, arrhythmic Entourages, LNOMTS, Uvular, vexed, wistful, The utter affair, all XYZ of it, Embracive, columnacious, Edictal, totally tiresome, (The word 'bird' spoken Slowly time and again and again, The Promethean letters J, O, E, L Notwithstanding) deceptive, Misleading, mythologized, ergo XIV imposes this mandatory stop.
(17) In a Canadian context, nowhere is this constant evolution clearer than at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, which, over the past few decades, has changed its mandate from a radically queer and sexually provocative stand to a more embracive and inclusive attitude (Halferty, "Queer and Now").
The first volume subtitled Key Issues in the Debates groups articles according to the following themes: defensive and embracive approaches to international human rights; critiques of human rights from a Muslim perspective; the debate on human rights vs.