multilocational

multilocational

(ˌmʌltɪləʊˈkeɪʃənəl)
adj
found or operating in several locations
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It added that the ongoing research projects of the University of the Philippines Los Banos-Institute of Plant Breeding and Visayas State University on multilocational trial of newly developed disease-resistant abaca hybrids will be continued and so with the ongoing project of PhilFida on the development of transgenic abaca possessing resistance to bunch-top disease.
Vartiainen and Hyrkkanen (2010) found multilocational work affects manager and employee mental workload.
One sentence from the introduction will serve as an example: "These objects of study coalesce across national, linguistic, and epistemological boundaries into a broad social text where shared social narratives do not just exist side by side, but are interlocking nodes in a transnational, multilingual, multilocational, and mobile network of meaning, documentation, self-activity and knowledge" (p.
The site of emphysematous lesions again varied not fixed at hind quarter but generalized multilocational emphysematous lesions were recorded in both cattle and buffaloes (Fig 1-3).
Complications reported by post-TKA patients include pain (44%, multilocational), sensation of instability (21% reason for revision), and joint stiffness (17% reason for revision), which are problems that may be attributed to soft-tissue imbalance [2, 6, 7].
To study the effects of planting techniques on performance of rice, multilocational trials were conducted at Pindi Rattan Singh, Kot Nazir and PARC farm Kala Shah Kaku during 2009.
The region's big high-tech growth in the 1950s would, however, come from branches of multilocational firms based elsewhere.
Due to the multilocational presence of the prospector's network partners and the rise of the information technology, Virtual team (VT) proposed to be fitting intervention for the team building.
FirstService Williams, the Tri-State hub of the world's fourth largest commercial real estate services firm, was recently hired to orchestrate the intricate and complex multilocational build out, consolidation and relocation of a large regional hospital.
As Cynthia Enloe has noted, "Paying serious attention to women can expose how much power it takes to maintain the international political system in its present form." (12) In my analysis of those who have "stayed home," I use a "multinational and multilocational approach to questions of gender" to examine contemporary formations of feminized labor in a historically militarized zone.
Oram explains: "It's about creating an architectural landscape for the piece that's multilocational, but with the flavor of something unexpected.