In Early March, Iran's Tabriz and Turkey's Gazi universities voiced their determination to broaden
academic cooperation with sealing MoUs through exchanging students and professors and conducting joint research projects.
[paragraph] 12 A new dimension has evolved in the doctrine of broadening reissue over the last two years, begging a new question: what if a patentee properly files a broadening reissue application within the two-year window, but then attempts to broaden
again, in a different manner from the original reissue application, via one or more continuation reissue applications filed outside the two-year window?
Because these activities provide students support and access to university, this domain was described as offering workshops and counseling to broaden
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Overall, I believe I have been successful in this early attempt to broaden
my Baptist horizons, and I look forward to learning more about other Baptist denominations and other Baptist work around the world.
It would also appear to be important for rehabilitation researchers to broaden
their scope of reading to include other disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, and disability policy studies.
There are opportunities to broaden
a too narrowly defined field of study.
According to Wories, the company would also like to broaden
the application of swing motion technology to other car types in the future.
Now, new legislation sought by the Justice Department attempts to broaden
the Patriot Act.
"Therefore, we are pleased to broaden
our enterprise portfolio by introducing our customers to Precise's policy-based SRM software.
LONDON -- The Canadian Bar Association is forming a legal aid Coalition to select test cases to broaden
the right to legal representation and to deal with the legal aid crisis in Canada.
After all, her employees were a known quantity--better skilled and more reliable than the temporary workers--and in many cases were eager for opportunities to broaden
their professional horizons.
When you look at it in this way, the issue begins to broaden
. You find that you need a national policy of financing that is individualized to people's needs across the board--a national policy that provides, at least, a backup to private arrangements for long-term care, such as long-term care insurance.
They may enhance their descriptive skills, broaden
their communications skills, and learn something about themselves in the process.
As the institute brings a sophisticated reading of the modern condition into fruitful dialogue among humanists of various traditions, it seeks to broaden
the usual humanist concerns to include issues like racism, sexism, ageism, and intellectual and social freedom.