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the act or process of describing in lifelike imagery

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the act of representing

the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent

a body of legislators that serve in behalf of some constituency

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a factual statement made by one party in order to induce another party to enter into a contract

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a statement of facts and reasons made in appealing or protesting

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the right of being represented by delegates who have a voice in some legislative body

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It's heartening that there have been debates rife over the years in introducing gender quotas to bring about proportionate women representation in governance, besides NGOs and CSOs organizing consultation conferences and workshops on women in politics.
At present, Nepal's Parliament consists of around 30 percent women's representation despite the constitutional provision of 33 percent women representation.
Whereas narratorial representation is commonly used to orient the spectator within the space and time of the filmic storyworld, unreliable narrators are used to disorient recipients, as in the case of The Usual Suspects and Fight Club, which Thon also analyzes, convincingly illustrating the operability of his method.
Although the federal government publishes a yearly statistical review, such reports focus on the immigration court's caseload rather than on a detailed analysis of attorney representation. (13) Prior efforts to study representation in immigration court, while extremely valuable, rely on data samples of limited size and scope, such as cases decided in one city, (14) cases raising certain types of claims, (15) or cases from select immigration courts.
Learning mathematical operation on integers, such as solving multiplication and division operations word problems, is considered a complex cognitive task, which imposes a high load on students' working memory, because it involves the representation of the word problem with concrete images, irrelevant information of the problem, selection of an appropriate solution strategy, and application of arithmetic operation principles to arrive at the answer (Dowker, 2005; Munez et al., 2013; Willis & Fuson, 1988).
However, the most visible valorisation of the concept of collective representation is to be manifested towards the end of the 50'ies--beginning of the 60'ies, when S.
Hanna Pitkin (1967) explains symbolic representation as constituting the meaning and significance of representation for the represented.
Fox said her party saluted Judd's vision as representation has been in a woeful state with only 5.7 percent of representatives on local government identifying as Maori.
Although representation has been basically an ocular concept, Kulvicki observes that its area of denotation has been extended too far around in the current critical thinking (see also Ananta Sukla, Art and Representation, 2001).
Could better representation do for environmental issues what it did for many disadvantaged groups in the past: assure equal treatment of once-ignored problems and give the formerly-disenfranchised new leverage to protect their interests in the political process?
If each representation r has probability pr of occurring, then the average memory consumption of the representation system is [[SIGMA].sub.r[member of]R] [P.sub.r] [absolute value of r].
Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings) near the operating centre(s) who believe that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected should make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF, stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice.
They used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging techniques to look at patterns of nerve activity in the brain as these individuals responded to certain speech stimuli, noting how accurately sounds were mapped to their related phonetic representations.
Psychologists mostly in Europe explore Serge Moscovici's Social Representations theory as set out in his Psychoanalysis, its Image and its Public.
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