internationality


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Synonyms for internationality

quality of being international in scope

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After analyzing collaboration networks, I measured internationality indexes in all three categories (see the complete results in Table 3).
Helping to underline that comedy is a universal language, she will join the likes of Eddie Izzard in exporting the "internationality" of stand-up with her latest show, which is the story of Abi's adventures in the Russian capital during the 1990s, her love affair with the country as a whole and her overwhelming desire for smetana and tvorog (cottage cheese and creme fraiche).
Helping to underline that comedy is a universal language, she will join the likes of Eddie Izzard in exporting the 'internationality' of stand up with her latest show, which is the story of Abi's adventures in the Russian capital during the 1990s, her love affair with the country as a whole and her overwhelming desire for smetana and tvorog (cottage cheese and creme fraiche).
The employees of the university were compared against 6 criteria, 4 of which characterize specific performance of various types of employees based on internationality aspect which was considered as important component in overall performance, 1 refer to financial performance activities and another 1 respond to resource contribution towards internationality in university as a whole.
He decried the double-standards practiced by some prominent members of the IAEA in addressing the refusal of Israel to join the NPT treaty, stressing the internationality of the treaty and that all nations of the UN should sign off on it.
Hassanin said that the Suez Canal is Egypt's gate to the future and to internationality, both politically and economically.
Right from the start of the Nazi era, Hitler's anti-Semitism focused on what the Jewish fashion industry in Berlin represented: global flair, internationality, French couture, links to Expressionist art and a liberal, pluralistic way of life.
"Visitors were also satisfied with the strong internationality of the event, attested by the presence of many foreign exhibitors as well as over 500 visiting buyers - 270 of whom hosted thanks to the incoming program funded by the Ministry of Economic Development and organized with the operational support of ICE Agenzia, the Italian agency for foreign trade - which included IPACK-IMA among the B2B exhibitions considered as global platforms for made-in-Italy products".
Siemens, described as the global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for more than 165 years, showcased a series of new health care technologies for Saudi Arabia at the Saudi Health Exhibition and Conference 2015 held in Riyadh from May 18 and 20.
"Due to its unparalleled range of products and the unmatched internationality of exhibitors and visitors, the trade fair is in a class of its own worldwide," states Werner M.
Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse known for its engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for more than 165 years.
This suggests the internationality of the intended audience and, in addition, the unconsidered hegemonic role of English.
So, too, is internationality. The contributors and editors work in countries from Canada to Romania, Ireland to Croatia.
It stands for a colourful internationality and I had a great time on board with all of them.