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Synonyms for embracement

a ready taking up of something

Synonyms for embracement

the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)

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In addition, the widespread embracement of cloud, social media and internet has further improved business functioning along with increasing the data being generated and accessed through mobile devices.
The findings of several researchers using the NPVS tool appear to support Benner's (1984) novice-to-expert model in the embracement of professional values articulated within the ANA Code of Ethics (Astorino, 2006; Leners et al.
The articles proceed historically, and range from the 1906 shootings in Rio Grande City to the present Ranger embracement of technology and welcome of diversity.
This generous initiative of His Highness confirms people's embracement, commitment and loyalty towards their leader.
The group's embracement and connection to their Mau Mau grandfathers represent an important narrative that deserves treatment in the hip hop discourse in Kenya.
Fluoridegate: An American Tragedy recounts the corrupt history of water fluoridation in America and its embracement by governmental agencies and programs as well as its endorsements by the American Dental Association and American Medical Association.
Calling for support to energy bourse, private sector's embracement to the establishment was not enough, the minister said.
The survey said: "Most commonly the reason was the abandonment of the original doctrine that demanded rights for everyone and embracement of "Welayat Al Faqih" doctrine; a right wing movement literally meaning "Authority of the Doctor of Law" (similar to that of Iran after the 1979 revolution).
The embracement of barriers is the opposite position than the Mayor took last December when he envoked a fable of real life Anglo-Scandinavian King Canute.
As stewards of the property, Pasolivo will be responsible partners in the Paso Robles community, setting an example for preservation, embracement of local history and Paso Robles unity.
HH the Emir highlighted the necessity of spreading the correct teachings of Islam and deepening rapprochement and peaceful coexistence with others, as well as achieving the unity of the Islamic nation on the basis of tolerance and the recognition of diversity as a source of strength and richness, and on the basis of common interests, the embracement of peoples' aspirations, and the unity of visions in common issues.
The prime minister said that the Palestinian cause is still intractable, despite the international community embracement of the two-state solution as the only way to solve the issue and establish a sovereign and independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders, with east Jerusalem as its capital.
Even in our industry, one that is characterized by fervent embracement of the Second Amendment and fierce support of independent businesses, there are those who don't vote.
16/18, titled "Combating intolerance, negative stereotyping and stigmatization of, and discrimination, incitement to violence and violence against persons based on religion and belief" at the 16th session of UN Human Rights Council in March 2011 and the subsequent adoption, of a similar resolution, again by consensus of the international community at the 66th Session of the UN General Assembly and qualifying this as a major step forward which underscores the paramount importance of engendering and upholding respect for and embracement of cultural diversity.