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expectation

[‚ek‚spek′tā·shən]
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The belief in the historical emergence of a socialist society can be found in the Basic Ecclesial Communities (the titles of the inter-ecclesial meetings of Base Ecclesial Communities in Brazil were focused on the expectative of a Kingdom of God which was coming very soon: "Comunidades eclesiales de base: pueblo de Dios en busca de la tierra prometida" [1986]; "Comunidades eclesiales de base: pueblo de Dios en America Latina en camino de liberacion" [1989] and in the theologians who supported two streams of action: theology from the praxis of the revolutionary groups and theology from the historical praxis.
Despite the complexity of the interactions, expectative, and motions, an energy minimization principle surges as common law that rules the evolution of social structures.
In other words, the global perception of life satisfaction is related closer to what happened to you in the past rather than the present or your expectative for the future.
The above mentioned equation for estimating [P.sub.(k)] can be derivate with respect to k donors in order to estimate the number of additional donors required to increase by 1% the expectative of finding a donor with complete or partial HLA match for a q recipient in the waiting list.
We wanted to know if ants are able to present some expectative behavior as for a progressive change in the time of occurrence of an event.
Within the sustainable growth strategy of Arca Continental and Coca-Cola, this investment will have a very positive impact on our operations and will also promote the development of small dairy farmers who are a crucial part of our value chain, and will allow us to serve better the market and meet the consumers expectative in a socially responsible way, said Guillermo Aponte, Tonicorps executive president.
The sensation that at any moment an understanding could be reached created what international law recognizes as an "expectative" status, defined as "a latent right not yet perfected, based on the hope or possibility of obtaining a benefit that could be made effective in the future."
However, the diagnostic upon release was the same as the one upon admission, in order to have an expectative type of approach, considering that therapy with antipsychotics would have been the solution for both diagnostics.
Il existe une expectative, a savoir que l'entree en operation des investissements du pre-sel engendre une richesse qui soutienne ce modele de developpement.
[Emotional states and their relationship with attributions and self-efficacy expectative in sport].
- The fact that simultaneous participation of some of the members in the negotiations related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership may create confusion and expectative.
Ainsi, l'arrivee du stagiaire pour les eleves n'est pas apprehendee, du moins au depart, sur le mode de la continuite, que cette expectative soit percue plus ou moins heureuse.