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associate

[ə′sō·sē‚āt]
(psychology)
An item or event that is linked to another in the mind of an individual.

Associate

Closely connected as in function or office, but having secondary or subordinate status; an architect who has an arrangement with another architect to collaborate in the performance of service for a project, or a series of projects.

associate

In an architectural firm, a member of an architect’s staff who has a special employment agreement.
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Both books share forms associable with the Cheshire/north Staffordshire border, the area around Macclesfield.
Ainsi, avec ce qu'il vit face a la garde de sa fille, il comprend qu'il se monte une strategie legislative (pour retrouver la garde de sa fille) qu'il presente avec fierte en groupe et qui est associable a << son narcissisme >>, afin de se permettre de moins vivre des reactions affectives qu'il verbalise comme etant la peur et le fait d'avoir l'impression de se faire dominer.
In encoding mnemonics, the learner recodes new information so that it becomes more associable.
4) is associable with Tanyou preaching the Buddhist dharma to a tiger.
It is, however, not known whether the extent of acid secretion in Indians is associable with the high prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia.
Of all the artists associable with the concept of "Romantic Conceptualism" minted by critic Jorg Heiser in 2002--from Douglas Huebler to Bas Jan Ader to Tacita Dean--the Papendrecht (near Rotterdam)-born, currently New York-based van der Werve arguably swings closest, and most perilously, to the "Romantic" side of the classification.
The endorsement of physical interaction with images that can be seen as implicit in the final scene of The Winter's Tale is therefore associable with both idolatry and iconoclasm.
Yet further drawings associable with Annibale copying Correggio after this particular putto's figure in the Dresden sheet exist--a sheet of damaged surface and of apparently inferior quality (E.
The IR sweeps of the extracts revealed signals of the most "concentrated" bands of the extract in group 1(2800-3000 nm), associable with O-methyl unions or aldehyde-forming O groups; group 2 (1500-1200 run) related to N[O.
Another interesting aspect is that all emerging concepts are stored, both the ones immediately associable to well-defined semantics (e.
Milosz links the magpies flight with a verb associable with permanence, "renews," faintly intimating his contemplation of the divine or transcendent, his oeuvre's most important subject.
Necessarily, if a human subject is self-consciously aware of an object (or event) via a manifold of sensory intuition, then the content of that manifold is associable.

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