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a code or set of codes governing action or procedure, for example

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For example, environmental protests that act in relation with state environmental management prescripts (or lack thereof) or that emerge in relation to attempts to disappear or hold separate relational configurations within specific places are manifestations of, and manifest within, an already always happening environmental management.
Moreover, while such forms stand in contrast to White patriarchal assumptions about gender, gender roles, family and motherhood, self-defined mothering is not simply responsive to Western prescripts, but stands on its own.
If I may venture an advertisement for myself, considering the turbulence of Mailer and Hemingway's work and inner life, along with Kurt Vonnegut's as the scene of constant warfare, Vernon's reference to Paul Fussel's line, "My war is synonymous with my life" would have made the ideal prescript for my forthcoming study of Hemingway: Vonnegut and Hemingway: Writers at War (U.
The process of taking the risky decisions often diverges from the prescript rational model, because the uncertainty deforms the perception and exerts strong influence on the consciousness by means of the subject of given situation.
The number of prescript ions ha s soa r ed f rom 2.
1-3 taltalo#y, pana:loy, ra:no) must probably be considered to represent au, since the rule throughout most of the history of Indic writing is that prescript e combined with postscript a makes o, and that 'something extra' makes au--we have here 'something extra' in prescript ai, as opposed to e.
The paperwork presents a part of the new technologies and architectures for integration of the information systems that allow communication of data between heterogeneous databases and provide an integrated management for processes and documents, integration of new and legacy applications, management of the data storage space and their security, being detailed the policies prescript by authors after a study made on 76 Romanian companies for assuring the prerequisites for implementing integrated management systems, project being in course, funded by Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation.
Contrary to analogical German standards which call for municipal landfill two sealing barriers (combined or a so called sandwich sealing), Czech standards for waste deposits, class S III and S IV, prescript only one sealing layer (mineral sealing, foil HDPE or another technical sheet).
262); hence mere duty and prescript is an insufficient moral foundation for teachers' dispositions and actions.
In this paper were detailed the policies prescript by author after a study made on 76 Romanian companies for assuring the prerequisites for implement integrated management systems, project being in course, funded by Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation.
prescript, superscript, subscript, vowel, first final, second final.
In Rahab's case, Musa Dube has stated it quite baldly: 'Rahab's story is a prescript bearing the projected desires of the colonizer.
Such work installs, yet again, an iconometrics of the booked word in its status not as cultural prescript but as materialized bibliobjet.
However, its prescript is weakened every time a regional arrangement deviates from it without suffering any negative consequences.
Joseph Fitzmeyer argues that the three-part prescript formula (naming himself, the co-sender and the addressees in the first two verses, then adding his initial greeting) "makes it likely that the letter was not intended to be read silently by those addressed, but to be read aloud to an assembled group of Christians.