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Each story follows a pattern which includes counting, clapping, jumping, a magical transportation to a foreign land, finding a hidden animal (kangaroo), and saying hello and goodbye in the accepted language of the country.
We believe that since English is the internationally accepted language of international commerce, language would not be a barrier to exports for entrepreneurs who master the art of speaking the language.
Even though English is a universally accepted language it is most important to know the language of that country where we live in for business or job.
Rule amendments included: a change in the accepted language proficiency tests and scores and an application fee increase for internationally educated nurses.
The ontology has been represented using a formal and widely accepted language, the express language, so the integration with other models in the product lifecycle is easier.
As time goes on, we elaborate on this temporary use of borrowed meanings and eventually adopt them into our more permanently accepted language that reflects the way things are.
Apart from Buenos Aires, I had no problem because English was the accepted language in international shipping.
Now sign language is an accepted language with regional variations, signs are used that convey whole words and phrases.
While it is important that the Welsh language should be celebrated and preserved as a living entity, it should be remembered English is the accepted language of communication for much of the world in both the artistic and scientific spheres and enriches everyone who uses it; it is the preferred medium of expression for the interchange of ideas, opinions and information in most civilised countries.
However, although some DTDs are widely accepted in the life sciences industry, there is no commonly accepted language.
Other lessons include being thorough and very careful with interpretations (six mentions), careful audience research (five), keeping communication simple (three), respecting everyone (three), using technology as an asset (three), knowing similarities as well as differences (two), and teaching the value of a globally accepted language (two).
The steering committee also accepted language submitted by NLC's International Municipal Consortium that encourages cities to consider economic development in a global context.