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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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In collaboration with our partners, Congruent Talent will be able to deliver on the most sophisticated and demanding client's requirements," said Congruent Talent CEO and President Jonathan Jackson.
It is worth to mention that, as the congruent number represents the area of a Pythagorean triangle, it is also a nasty number.
School counselors equipped with this information will have added insight regarding the social and cultural experiences of urban African American adolescents and can use this information to design culturally congruent strategies for promoting prosocial behavior.
Engaging in constructivist career counseling would help Sue to reconstruct her life narrative and engage in behaviors that are congruent with the reconstructed life theme.
This is arguably congruent with the statutory provisions of Code section 482, though it is outside the current section 482 services regulations because of the premise that no services are being "provided.
The remainder of the book is then devoted to a discussion of the parallel ways in which Russian and African American writers have continued to pursue this two-pronged project, either by pursuing cultural identities congruent with essentialist visions of ethnic "soul" or by countering such essentialism through exploration of the historical contingency of ethnic cultural identities.
I will mention a biconical rotor since it seems generally accepted that this shape gives a uniform flow rate, ideally by the simple geometry of congruent triangles to the enclosed material (ref.
Then initiate the new brand strategy, test the new position, develop congruent brand communication strategy and empower the brand stakeholders.
Unrelenting in its castigation of the fraud, corruption, and greed of earthly governments, including that of the United States, the Witnesses adroitly used the First Amendment of the Constitution to confront political authority, not out of any deep abiding faith in that document, but from a deliberate strategy that recognized how First Amendment values were congruent with the facilitation of their own evangelical interests.
Currently there are 25 chapters across the United States, which are multicultural and multifaith, and which are congruent with their respective organizations' policies and procedures.
Together they constituted a film industry that could never have been congruent with just a single company.