consubstantiate


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become united in substance

unite in one common substance

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In the aftermath of the entry into force of the Treaty on the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which consubstantiate the Union's "Fundamental Law", the various projects for amendment already pointed out the need to proceed to the alteration of some constitutional rules which regulate relevant matters, such as the delegation or transfer of sovereignty and the primacy.
Another proxy debate Mosely-Jensen cites is the attempt of each side to consubstantiate the interlocutor with Intelligent Design Theory (IDT).
This study, as well as the research of these authors, uses as a theoretical platform the Agency Theory and the Signaling Theory, in order to consubstantiate the following question-problem: In which conditions are companies more prone to disclose accounting performance indicators in the form of voluntary disclosure in their annual reports?
In a very special way, the prodigious snake incarnate was consubstantiate with 'that Python Dreaming'.
And such authorship will take place through the satire and irony that consubstantiate in the already mentioned relationship between the title and the epigraph.