loosely-knit

loosely-knit

adj
associated or linked in a loose way
Translations

loosely-knit

[ˈluːslɪˈnɪt] adjnon rigidamente strutturato/a
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Sanders has said: "A Change in the Weather is the fourth and most ambitious film that myself and Anna have made with the loosely-knit group that we work with.
The now three-week long conflict grew out of a power struggle between President Salva Kiir and his former Vice-President Riak Machar, who now leads a loosely-knit rebellion of mutinied armed forces against the government.
The body should not be a loosely-knit alliance, it should try to emerge as the sole voice of the Gulf region in particular and Arabs in general.
Individualism vs collectivism (IDV): The high side of this dimension, called individualism, can be defined as a preference for a loosely-knit social framework in which individuals are expected to take care of themselves and their immediate families only.
The loosely-knit hacking group Anonymous threatened to "disrupt and erase Israel from cyberspace" in protest over its mistreatment of Palestinians.
The runner up entry, The Pillow Case by Guerrilla Film Crew, a loosely-knit group of freelance filmmakers with varied skills in directing, lighting, filming, makeup and so on, was later declared the winner of the project in Dubai.
The loosely-knit coalition of demonstrators included environmentalists, animal rights groups and campaigners against the arms trade.
"Our voice must be heard loudly everywhere," the loosely-knit protest group, speaking on behalf of the "Syntagma Square popular assembly", said in a statement mailed to media, calling for a broader European "uprising".
Stieglitz's protege and gallery collaborator, Steichen (1879-1973), was the most talent ed exemplar of the Photo-Secession, the loosely-knit group of artists founded by Stieglitz in 1902, seceding, in his words, "from the accepted idea of what constitutes a photograph," but also from the camera clubs and other institutions dominated by a more retrograde establishment.
The author of this book makes a major contribution to the study of ancient Japanese history, one focusing primarily on "the Tenmu dynasty" [673-770] and its legacy in transforming the loosely-knit Yamato kingdom into "a rapidly centralizing state, led by an 'emperor' (tenno)" (xv).
So in its depictions of landscape, the rich visual aspect of this book offers a single, continuous world, (2) while the textual pursuit of the women's lives as they moved from a deeply-rooted genteel rural elite to a loosely-knit and rambunctious homesteading backwoods culture, from the pastoral to the wild emphasizes disjunction and the women's hardy resistance to, accommodation of, and alteration by it.
The loosely-knit group of Open Security Foundation volunteers recently played a role in publicizing what is potentially the largest data breach in history, at Heartland Payment Systems Inc.