conditionality


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con·di·tion·al

(kən-dĭsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
1. Imposing, depending on, or containing a condition. See Synonyms at dependent.
2. Grammar Stating, containing, or implying a condition.
3. Psychology Brought about by conditioning.
n. Grammar
A mood, tense, clause, word, or morpheme expressing a condition. See Usage Note at if.

con·di′tion·al′i·ty (-dĭsh′ə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
con·di′tion·al·ly adv.
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Noun1.conditionality - the state of being conditional
state - the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
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This [human rights situation] is something we've expressed concern, this is part of the political dialogues but this does not imply an automatic conditionality that since we have a concern, therefore we suspend our cooperation.
Regrettably it has imposed the conditionality for every Pakistani patient to have a reference letter from the foreign minister addressed to the Indian external affairs minister despite the fact that our patients do not seek any favour or discount but make full payments to the Indian doctors.
The Ministry imposed conditionality of Prime Minister's approval and release of funds by Finance Ministry on the issue.
The Foreign Office Spokesperson said New Delhi continues to impose conditionality for every Pakistani patient to have a reference letter from the Foreign Minister.
The conditionality for OPTS membership as stipulated in the OPTS governance document have guided the screening and the ultimate selection of eligible applicants.
There is always the path-dependency factor in the politics of domestic transitions that need to be calculated, rather than exclusively the conditionality emanating from the EU.
The second half of the book focuses on the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) for integrating the Ukraine into the EU internal market, comparing the DCFTA with other free trade agreements enacted by the EU and scrutinizing its market access conditionality and mechanisms for ensuring a uniform interpretation and application of the EU acquis.
In other words, as matters stood when negotiations restarted on March 16, 2013 there was no law in force -- either in the EU or Cyprus -- authorising the deprivation of savings by the government to satisfy the conditionality required of it for the grant of financial assistance from euro zone countries under the ESM Treaty as detailed by the Commission and the ECB.
Particular attention is paid to more indirect mechanisms, such as competition and emulation, which the Europeanization literature with its focus on conditionality and assistance has overlooked so far.
Young backed sanctions, also known as conditionality, as he appeared before Holyrood's welfare reform committee.
The conditionality that has been presented by the Greeks is simply not enough at this stage.

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