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Contextual

Any doctrine emphasizing the importance of the context in establishing the meaning of terms, such as the setting into which a building is placed, its site, its natural environment, or its neighborhood.
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This transformative new pod, which will be dedicated to up to two advertisers, combines the power of fewer, better, and more contextually relevant ads, and gives clients a unique opportunity to connect with audiences in the most effective, exciting, and efficient way.
Adding to this, Raghav Gupta, country head, India for BlaBlaCar said, "We have a strong mutually-beneficial partnership with ixigo that allows travellers to contextually discover our brand and get affordable ride-sharing to their destination as an alternative.
Based on these findings, a culturally relevant and contextually based model of coping was developed to inform the development of future coping interventions.
During Phase 1, 12 contextually controlled conditional discriminations were established, as shown in Figure 2.
Let's look at how this works: A recent issue of Studies has an article by Mary Erickson titled, "Effects of Art History Instruction on Fourth and Eighth Grade Students' Abilities to Interpret Artworks Contextually.
WHERE Ads promise more locally and contextually relevant ads for users that begin to fulfill the promise of LBS on mobile devices, which people have been talking about literally for years.
PwC's Mobile Innovations Forecast (MIF) Phase II, Virtual Context: Connecting Two Worlds article explores how consumer demands for more contextually intelligent mobile devices and services are causing Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to re-evaluate how their networks can become robust enough to handle communications traffic with both high volume and high levels of complexity.
No longer restricted to creating in "art" formats, we're evolving into contextually ambidextrous creatures increasingly adept at producing goods tailored to the packaging requirements of each specific context.
This is, again, manifestly a recursive process, or as the editors put it, a dialogue between enforcers and enforced, "a series of negotiations" contingently and contextually mediated.
When it comes to remembering the actual message of an ad, users were 52% more likely to recall the details of the ad's message when they were fed a contextually relevant ad as opposed to a non-relevant one.
Contextually, North Beach has been crafted to "fit" with such classic Asbury Park landmarks as Convention Hall and the Paramount Theatre, as well as the Berkley-Carteret Hotel.
The result is a show where reanimated metaphors from the past--Bas Jan Ader's films of himself falling, for example--play against contextually pertinent newer works such as Sven Augustijnen's documentaries of aphasia sufferers, and where familiar names such as Daniel Roth, Gillian Wearing, and John Bock stud a list of lesser lights.