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knew that the liturgical, social, educational, and biblical dimensions of the church's life must be carefully interrelated and that rural and national political issues must also be discussed in a liturgical context because everything that touches the life of the Mystical Body of Christ should be the concern of every worshiping Christian.
Through its operating units, Comtech pursues opportunities in three interrelated market segments: telecommunications transmission, RF microwave amplifiers, and mobile data communications services.
We hope to help students understand the value of the forest as a natural resource--that natural resources, our health, and environmental health are interrelated," Mills said.
The resource provider and the recipient organization are financially interrelated.
Racism is profoundly interrelated with other evils, including the degradation of the earth.
This qualification is warranted because the "neural" networks examined by connectionists are simply computational models that involve synchronous parallel processing among many interrelated unreliable and/or simple processing units (Quinlan, 1991: 40).
Designed with a sleek glass facade, Richard Meier & Partners Architects LLP were able to create interior spaces that are open, interrelated and filled with natural light.
Solutions to these challenges appear to be interrelated as well.
Charles's researches brought him to an understanding of the science of bioengineering, how it all got started and by whom, and how an intricate web of interrelated issues has entered a heated (often overheated) public debate.
This approach allows the system administrator to explicitly specify groups of files that are interrelated.