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capacitate

(kə-păs′ĭ-tāt′)
tr.v. capaci·tated, capaci·tating, capaci·tates
Biology To cause (spermatozoa) to undergo the physical changes needed to penetrate and fertilize an egg.

ca·pac′i·ta′tion n.
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In ceea ce priveste actele juridice incheiate de minorii cu capacitate de exercitiu restransa fara incuviintarea prealabila a autoritatii tutelare, in situatia in care o astfel de incuviintare este necesara sunt afectate de nulitate relativa, fara a mai fi nevoie sa se dovedeasca leziunea (12).
It also underscored that the Kabuhayan Program will also increase activities at the community level through viable livelihood and community-based enterprises, capacitate the poor to undertake meaningful economic and entrepreneurial activities, and engage the private sector as development partner in creating jobs and dynamic growth in poor communities.
Through the activity we are acknowledging their existence and capacitate them to resolve the problem lodged to them courteously and fairly, said Degala.
She said the PPADB has held numerous workshops to capacitate MTC members, secretariat and members of the procurement unit.
The program was conducted in order to provide technical assistance interventions to partner ARBOs in implementing and integrating Sustainable Enterprise in their existing businesses and capacitate them with the required knowledge, skills and attitudes in managing their own social enterprises.
The awards program also mark a significant milestone in the DOT, as it fully implements the National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP) which leverages on public-private sector partnerships to improve competitiveness of tourism facilities and services, capacitate local government units, ensure sustainable tourism development and initiate focused marketing and promotions.
This MoU will not only assist to capacitate students in key hospitality skills, but it will also ensure that a high standard of Service Excellence is guaranteed to visitors in both countries, added Moncherry.
The specific objective is to capacitate Myanmar Non-State Actors to empower and support conflict-affected and hard-to-reach communities in Rakhine, Kachin and Kayah States to exercise their right to decide and implement their protection, safety and development priorities in dialogue with local authorities.
He offers neither an apology for infant baptism nor a trite attempt to promote an archaic rite; rather he shows that becoming like a child ignites imagination and capacitates in each Christian to confront what is new.
Mills accomplishes his goal, which is to show how vibrant pastoral attention to the sacraments capacitates a community's entrance into the realm of God.
Both cells with and without phagocytotic capacitates were tested; non-phagocytotic cells internalized the chips by endocytosis.
Entire scale and load cells are grade 304 stainless steel, and the scale is available in many sizes and capacitates.