conceptualise


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Hospitality specialists Thomas Klein International have been appointed to conceptualise the food and beverage offering of the El Seref project, a site spanning 3,700 sq m including terraces offering expansive views across the Nile.
This is because in most cases, the concepts that are used to conceptualise these s are not well developed due to the fact that they are based on assumptions about the differences between the public and the private sectors and sometimes between the public, private and the Third Sector (Anheier 1990; Korten 1990; Smillie 1993; 1995).
There are eight booklets, all printed in three languages, and they conceptualise Nicosia as a single entity.
They won through to the finals after taking part in the regional heats at Leeds Metropolitan University where they were given the challenge of fire safety to conceptualise, design and create an innovative product or service to promote fire safety with commercial or economic potential.
Over 1,000 hours of observation in 2000-2001 and 55 interviews were conducted by a researcher seeking to conceptualise the risks and hazards facing women selling sex in a range of settings in Birmingham, UK.
Mr Cohen argues that moral panics are 'condensed political struggles to control the means of cultural reproduction' and the study of them allows one 'to identify and conceptualise the lines of power in any society, the ways we are manipulated into taking some things too seriously and other things not seriously enough'.
In his attempts to conceptualise German national memory, Koshar uses Anthony Smith's concept of an 'ethnic community' and equates it with collective cultural identity and shared memories.
The latest version is targeted at a larger segment of the packaging industry by allowing users to conceptualise designs for cylindrical objects, such as bottles and cans.
The course aims to produce graduates who can conceptualise and critically evaluate design responses within both professional and cultural contexts.
Contract awarded for Tender to appoint a social media agency to conceptualise and execute social media programme for singapore airshow aviation leadership summit (saals) 2018
Desein, which claims to have experience in using coal or lignite, said in its proposal that could conceptualise the power plant, including site selection, project development, engineering, construction and commissioning.
lt;/p><p>The concept pages are designed to promote dialogue for creative and product development, with viewers and clients being encouraged to conceptualise with the company as the aeromedical field continues to evolve.
Our aim is to conceptualise the ideas our clients have for their offices then perfectly execute these ideas by sourcing the ideal materials, finishes, and other key elements that go into creating a truly custom-tailored, professional environment," says Marcos Bish, managing director at Summertown Interiors.
5 also allows users to conceptualise designs for bottles and cans.