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paradigm shift

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(Philosophy) a radical change in underlying beliefs or theory
[C20: coined by T.S. Kuhn (1922–96), US philosopher of science]
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Earlier, the spokesman of the delegation, Professor Ambe Allaghi said the leaders believed that the ADC remained the only party that could bring about a paradigm change the administration of the state since it was created.
Their topics include integrative design: the outlines of a concept; crossing the boundaries of participation, activism, paradigm change, and incubation: on the edge of design for social innovation and sustainability, and dark phases and draft things: on the integration of technology and design and a cultural process.
Talking to APP, Chairperson, BISP Dr Sania Nistar said,"The modalities of the Kifalat programme of unconditional cash transfer to women beneficiaries and the paradigm change being introduced through the financial inclusion agenda and the significant operational improvements to benefit beneficiaries.
Talking to reporter, Chairperson, BISP Dr Sania Nistar said,'The modalities of the Kifalat programme of unconditional cash transfer to women beneficiaries and the paradigm change being introduced through the financial inclusion agenda and the significant operational improvements to benefit beneficiaries.
Talking to Dawn on Friday, CEO LML Asif Rizvi said the development with Groupe PSA will bring a paradigm change in Pakistan by introducing locally made European cars.
"Our `On Demand' model can bring a paradigm change to utility development and its business model in Oman.
Anwar Naqvi said there is a paradigm change in the field of surgery and there was urgency to get young doctors and surgeons provided with updated training in the same.
The 51 experts who contributed to Animal Experimentation: Working Towards a Paradigm Change review current animal use in science, present new and innovative non-animal approaches to address urgent scientific questions, and offer a roadmap towards the continuing replacement and eventual elimination of animals used in science as envisioned by Russell and Burch almost 60 years ago.
People say the president may have wanted a paradigm change of the long-standing workaholic mindset in so many workplaces in South Korea.
These early results of 300 doses of the Cancer Memory Vaccine in 30 patients over the course of the last 14 months are encouraging and suggest that we may be on the correct path to a paradigm change, leading ultimately to a chemo-free treatment of cancer patients, early in the course of their disease and ultimately to a path of cancer prevention."
Mani also praised the enthusiasm of the staff members at the ICF and credited the manufacturing of Train-18 aAC" the launch of which is being termed as historical and is expected to bring a paradigm change in the way Indians travel.