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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

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This research contributed to emergent practice for adapting instruction for the times.
At issue was the appropriateness of adapting theories, techniques, and tools constructed for use in one cultural context for use in a different cultural context.
What eUniverse is focused on today is adapting its strategy in two ways.
But the elder Joyce himself considered adapting Ulysses, among other works, for other media.
Dickey has little input in the adapting process but says he does get to contribute his thoughts on the script.
Frank says the key to adapting Leonard for the screen is to give the script structure while maintaining the book's unpredictability.
expenditures adapting property to a new or different use, or expenditures incurred as part of an overall plan of rehabilitation that results in the creation of a new asset) can be addressed by stating that such limitations will continue to apply and will preclude current deductions for asbestos abatement expenditures in certain cases.
Notwithstanding, this 'unique,' ethnic minority endured resiliently, both adapting and surviving--creating an ethnic community that is stable with functioning social institutions, such as the family, religion and elements of culture, intact.
One session of the two-day forum will bring together retail analysts and CEOs of national retail chains on a panel to discuss their experiences adapting to inner city markets.
The following are guidelines to consider when looking at adapting an activity to the needs of campers having disabilities:
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