human process

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Noun1.human process - a process in which human beings are involved
physical process, process - a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states; "events now in process"; "the process of calcification begins later for boys than for girls"
linguistic process - a process involved in human language
ossification - the process of becoming rigidly fixed in a conventional pattern of thought or behavior
psychoanalytic process - a process that is assumed to occur in psychoanalytic theory
social process - a process involved in the formation of groups of persons
uptake - a process of taking up or using up or consuming; "they developed paper napkins with a greater uptake of liquids"
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The CBFC maintains that certifying a film is a human process, adding that, "t times there could be a need for specialist opinion etc apart from regular review process for which adequate time needs to be estimated.
Aging, known to many Filipino women as a 'nightmare' upon reaching senior-citizen status, is a natural human process projected by fine lines and wrinkles on the skin.
Steven Richford said: "smart technology is going ahead at quite a pace, but the claims process is a human process and therefore what the technology may be able to do is to help with communication issues, but I do not think it is going to revolutionise the human interaction.
The Drip series attempts to visually recreate the human process of memory.
But above all, the privileged experience of learning about the inner workings of the body is an innately human process.
It is of course a natural, essential human process and those with an issue simply need to get over themselves - babies need to be fed when they're hungry, and there's nothing ostentatious about a mother responding to that need.
This textbook covers organization development and change theory and practice, including historical aspects; the process; and human process, technostructural, human resource, and strategic change interventions; as well as applications for various outcomes, and in nonindustrial settings.
Morality is the complex human process in which a person determines what he should do, chooses to do it, and carries out his choice in action.
We'd pretty much exhausted the reach of human process," Burke says.
To speak merely of commensurability or incommensurability is, then, to reduce the diversity and richness of early modern cultural exchange and to obscure a day-today human process with what Subrahmanyam sets aside as "sociological abstractions and idealizations" (219).
These concern, respectively, the human process of decision making based on information gathered on the battlefield, the uses of information theory in conducting operations, and the physical aspects of the information infrastructure such as antennas, cables and electromagnetic means of denying enemy use of information.

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