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conception

(Beginning), noun concept, design, idea, ingenuity, invention, notion, original plan, origination, plan, thought

conception

(Insemination), noun beginning of life, fecundation, fecundity, fertilization, impregnation, inceppion of pregnancy, pregnancy, superimpregnation
See also: apprehension, arrangement, cognition, comprehension, concept, conviction, design, idea, impression, notion, perception, perspective, persuasion, plan, presumption, side, supposition, understanding, vision
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Accordingly, the paper analyzes the possibilities of development of mass public transport (MPT) from the angle of modernizing and renewal the bus subsystem through the application of new constructional and conceptional solutions based on alternative fuels.
Role of mucosal blood flow: a conceptional review in gastrointestinal injury and protection.
This year's work includes completing conceptional engineering, acquiring permits and purchasing long lead time equipment, Beaudo said.
Court of Military Appeals rejected that argument and concluded that if Lieutenant Calley had been given an order to murder infants and unarmed civilians, as he claimed, such an order would have been "so palpably illegal that whatever conceptional difference there may be between a person of 'commonest understanding' and a person of 'common understanding'" would be irrelevant.
As a expatriate technician I found in many Asian countries that there was little conceptional clarity about the notions of decentralization and devolution except for Indonesia.
Environmental education has to be understood, from the conceptional view, as an organic part of whole educational complex at schools, including universities.
This ordering device--like a spatial-structural network of analogies and correspondences--gives solidity and integrity to the play's body and mind threatened by temporal, spatial and conceptional decomposition and dissolution.
On the other hand, the use of the earlier terminology and that of conceptional analogies allow us to give a rather short presentation of the new results.
All that changes when the case of mistaken identity puts him in the middle of a sordid kidnapping case and sends him on a comic Ride of the Valkyries with conceptional artist Maude (Julianne Moore).
A conceptional "Middle-Easternization" of Turkey could have undesired political consequences, including its turning away from Europe.
And we need further conceptional clarity around the notion of culture, which is so central to the everyday lives of those with whom and for whom we say we speak a word of justice.
In the construction of his conceptional models of religious wars, Housley often describes specific conflicts, particularly those in central Europe.