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(of documents, agreements, etc.) having legal force
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In summary, the data generated multi-dimensional constructs of 'meaningfulness' of parental involvement: desirability (desirable practice), practicality (practical practice) and effectuality (effectual practice).
162-163), Shulman characterizes this late medieval South Indian imagination as that which "governs perception, [yet] is also a cause, possibly the main cause, of what passes for reality," pointing toward a human anthropology of "autonomy, singularity, effectuality, reality" (p.
According to the results of one research in 1994, by utilizing IT, students can reconstruct the required information for their individualized studies and projects, representing it in various forms with the utmost effectuality.
Moreover, the implementation can indeed sometimes differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction according to the zeal and effectuality of the regulators and the effectiveness of the legal system more broadly.
Today, in the age of ubiquitous PowerPoints, the blackboard has been more or displaced by PPT lessons, but, like the blackboard, PPT exists on a continuum from well-planned effectuality to unconsidered overkill.
What is the effectuality of the "opening-up" of an essence that affirms the historicity of being-there, and, moreover, that history is nothing other than the form of being-there as related to Being?
While there are undoubtedly different degrees of competence and integrity among administrations and varying levels of prudence and effectuality among legislative programs, the best of them serve but for a season; and none of them dispenses us from the grueling business of getting through the vagaries of mortal life among men and women who are sinners like ourselves.