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Synonyms for environment

existing surroundings that affect an activity

the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

Synonyms for environment

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Oh, I know it does, but just tell me: a man of forty violates a child of ten; was it environment drove him to it?
Well, strictly speaking, it did," Porfiry observed with noteworthy gravity; "a crime of that nature may be very well ascribed to the influence of environment.
All these questions about crime, environment, children, recall to my mind an article of yours which interested me at the time.
They want and need the ADL to be tightly integrated with this overall online working environment in which they retrieve and manipulate data sets and digital maps (Hill et al.
Although my company addresses many aspects of development--economic development, healthcare, culture--I began to notice that local leaders seldom asked what to do about the environment.
These times have produced rapid change and complexity (Modis, 2003) and have resulted in an environment of unpredictability (Homer-Dixon, 2001).
In fact it is from Jack Groh, environment program director for the National Football League (NFL Enterprises 2006).
Therefore, much of storage virtualization's value comes from its ability to scale--maximum value is achieved when the whole target environment can be aggregated into a single logical view or "virtual pool.
2000) and the resulting age induced functional disabilities, coupled with a diminishing support of older people by their family, require that more attention be paid to the special needs of older people and their physical environment (Carp, 1994; Ward et al.
The focus of this article is to raise awareness about the benefits of utilizing the DCS model, which describes the development of stress within work environments, in connection with the Person x Environment fit model.
I, for one, would question the competency of a provider working out of an office or a facility that looks like a tacky home, with cute wallpaper borders, artificial plants, and wood paneling--not to mention design touches that pose potential infection-control problems, such as flounces that collect dust, wall textures that provide a growth environment for microbes, and other homelike but possibly hazardous materials.
In this essay, we will evaluate the extent to which the AHDR was able to diagnose the question of the environment in the Arab world, account for it and suggest proper solutions.
TWA's strengths for use in working with adults facing retirement include the focus on numerous facets relating to adjustment and the examination of the components of individual and environment fit.
Collaboration with Toshiba to tailor the Seamless solution for SoCMosaic custom chip provides a leading-edge co-verification environment for our mutual customers who are designing the next-generation communications and digital consumer products.
Hadi-Tabassum (1999) assessed the nature and quality of student attitudes toward their environment and changed the classroom in order to gain increase academic improvement; "we expanded the notion of a science classroom by making every effort to go beyond the ordinary shape and form of a science classroom in order to nurture a proliferation of ideas.