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Nicholas of Cusa, whom I mentioned above, talked of God's activity in creation and revelation as an implicatio, followed by an explicatio, which in turn achieves a complicatio.
Meanwhile, Yves Le Roux, EMEA Advisory Council co-chair and privacy workgroup lead at (ISC)AaAaAeAa, held a workshop on the concerns, implicatio and best practices related to the updated EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), slated for implementation in May 2018.
Vuelta o giro del sentido del ser (explicatio) al ser del sentido (implicatio), del ser tempoespacializado en el Dasein al ser espaciotemporalzado en su propio encuadre/cuadratura de lo real que coimplica a dioses y mortales, tierra y cielos.
On the other hand, the pedagogical premise of Understanding Dante may not entice those experienced dantisti who relish the implicatio and complicatio of Dante's work perhaps as much or more than its basic explicatio.
Because the protocol is a specific treaty and because a central goal of EMF-16 was to help policy makers understand the economic implicatio ns of that treaty, adequately meeting this policy analysis objective certainly required the inclusion of revenue recycling in the modeling exercises.
Bandura (1982) introduced the concept of collective-efficacy to account for the fact that group-efficacy has important implicatio ns on group/team performance.
The introduction of Christian marriage and the outcomes for indigenous women in interracial marriages had very different implicatio ns in New Zealand and Australia.
Thus, by 20 years, the implicatio ns of the insurance are pretty much fully played out.
There is also something otherworldly about the glowing bays of a self-service car wash in another panel, and though the line between retribution and redemption is fuzzy, the implicatio ns of the dispensation of either or both is dear in Untitled (CalDonut), a sunny mini-mall parking lot where a police car spontaneously combusts and tall, persistent weeds seem poised to take over the asphalt.
In other words, respondents commonly seemed to view stock gains as part of long-term saving, with few immediate implicatio ns for spending.
Studies have considered the relationship between incumbents and new entrants (Christensen and Rosenbloom 1995), the relationship between innovators and followers (Lieberman and Montgomery 1988), the distinction between radical and incremental innovation (Banbury and Mitchell 1995; Dewar and Dutton 1986) and the implicatio ns of competing organizations sharing technologies (Abrahamson and Rosenkopf 1993; Garud and Kumaraswamy 1993; Wade 1995; Cohen et al.
[13] The implicatio n is that, if not for opium, the industriousness of workers would have been much lower.