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a ready taking up of something

Synonyms for adoption

the act of accepting with approval

a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood

the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source

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I would like to see a government with a real sense of vision engaging businesses in planning agreements where social considerations blend with business success.
examines the scientific and laboratory aspects of these diseases along with public health and social considerations, especially in the cases of infectious diseases, fluke infestation (including liver flukes and minute intestinal fluke infestation), taeniasis, roundworm infestation (including paragpnimiasis and trichinellosis), cryptosporidiosis, diseases from marine animal ingestion, botulism, brucellosis and related diseases, cholera, typhoid, and shigllosis.
We hope to encourage straightforward conversations about the health and social considerations of drinking alcohol," said SAB Miller head of policy Kristin Wolfe.
In fact the existence of harm has never been a prerequisite for exercising the state's power to criminalize certain conduct: the existence of fundamental social considerations is sufficient.
Even so, it may be the case in Britain that long-period course units dealing with world history still incorporate social history in a limited way, missing opportunity for students to grapple with such matters as social causation of events and the influence of social considerations in determining historical periodisation.
The award recognizes the efforts of individuals and companies in implementing the principles of sustainable development, a concept adopted by the United States and 192 other countries to balance environmental, economic and social considerations in planning for mining operations.
It does not just mean environmental protection or economic growth but rather promotes a new way of thinking to find solutions that combine environment, economy and social considerations.
We must weigh the social considerations against the regeneration considerations.
In the case of publicly owned buildings, he would have to convince the authorities, in the interest of both maintaining the real estate value of the buildings and of social considerations of the well-being of the older population, to budget the cost of maintenance and adaptation of buildings.
Perhaps the most important social considerations about spirituality or spiritual wellness in schools from this perspective are the legal question relating to separation of church and state (Mawdsley, 1998a, 1998b, 2001) and the inclusion of values education in the guidance curriculum (Aspy & Aspy, 1996).
This is not entirely the fault of the administration, but also of the decision-makers or investors, whose rationale is not of a technocratic nature, but is based on various personal or social considerations.
A 2000 report from the Productivity Commission found the need for better integration of environmental and social considerations into economic policy.
Under a discussion paper, entitled "Aviation and the Environment: Using Economic Instruments", the government laid out its objectives for sustainable aviation development which requires a proper balance to be "struck and maintained" between economic, environmental and social considerations.
There are monetary considerations and there are social considerations.
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