The chairman of ADS in the state, Alhaji Saliu Owolabi, described the meeting as an avenue to foster unity and cross-fertilisation
of ideas about the growth and development of the organisation.
The prize, which is given to the best book inspired by or relating to Greece, celebrates 'the cultural cross-fertilisation
of the Greek and English-speaking worlds'.
Summary: London [United Kingdom], May 2 (ANI): An expert on South Asia has claimed that the British leadership of the late 1970s and early 1980s and not the 9/11 tragedy was primarily responsible for the cross-fertilisation
of violent extremism across the world.
"This exhibition combines the Arab and Persian cultures through their majestic and their value, translated into cross-fertilisation
between the two cultures," the artist pointed out.
This, in fact, is where the concept of cross-fertilisation
- Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation
New research areas have been planned for joined up thinking and cross-fertilisation
of ideas, while consulting suites will ensure that patients see all of their consultants on one day, in one area, maximising everyone's time.
New research areas have been planned for joined-up thinking and cross-fertilisation
of ideas, while consulting suites will ensure patients see all their consultants on one day, in one area, maximising everyone's time.
of flops as the old girls on ITV's dying daytime dirge welcomed ITV2's disastrous Mark Wright as their "star" guest.
"I am hopeful that this cross-fertilisation
between public and private sectors can help keep Liverpool at the pointy end of digital innovation."
There is a lot of similarity and cross-fertilisation
between racing stable and studs."
of ideas between Australia and Europe in the 196os and beyond is also examined, as well as the recent rise of Aboriginal printmaking.