complex sphere

complex sphere

[′käm‚pleks ′sfir]
(mathematics)
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Summary: DUBAI - The 3rd "UAE Government Organizations 3rd and 4th Line Leaders Development Conference", which will take place in Dubai on 4th - 5th June, will discuss case studies from various sectors and organisations that will identify the best experiences in leadership development and management practices in order to foster competitiveness in the complex sphere of governance and knowledge management.
Rushing to the site of infected lung tissue, the cells build a complex sphere of active immune cells, dead immune cells, lung tissue, and trapped bacteria.
Six years later, Katherine Clay Bassard has produced Spiritual Interrogations: Culture, Gender and Community in Early African American Women's Writing in which she focuses on the early writers Phillis Wheatley, Anne Plato, Jarena Lee, and Rebecca Cox Jackson as co-creators of a dynamic "writing community" (25), an enabling and inherently complex sphere produced by intertextual connections in their works.
Today, the author argues, the good citizen is obliged "to acknowledge a far larger and more complex sphere of responsibility" (p.
More fascinating are the quizzical queries directed toward identifying the locus of love in the complex sphere of parental being and behavior: "Where does love lie, Mother?

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