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cos·mo·pol·i·tan

(koz'mō-pol'i-tan),
In the biologic sciences, a term denoting worldwide distribution.
[G. kosmos, universe, + polis, city-state]

cos·mo·pol·i·tan

(koz'mō-pol'i-tăn)
biologic sciences A term denoting worldwide distribution.
[G. kosmos, universe, + polis, city-state]
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Thus, while there is a growing body of research exemplars in classrooms embracing a global, cosmopolitan disposition, there remains a natural tension around trying to transform local conditions that need attention while being open to the potential for global, world citizenship, particularly around human rights issues.
Several other developments in the last generation or two have expanded cosmopolitan opportunities.
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A comprehensive history that begins with the Gold Rush, Cosmopolitans illuminates the events and personalities that shaped the Bay Area's Jewish and civic communities in chronological and thematic chapters.
Auckland's Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club held a poll during its annual meeting on Sunday, in which about 75 percent members said that they wanted to maintain its policy forbidding the headwear.
His erudition and command of the salient literature are evident throughout this work, and he moves with ease through a range of debates about suprastate accountability, while engaging convincingly with numerous possible critiques of cosmopolitan democracy.
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The portrait of the Neath-born mezzo soprano is included in the latest issue of Cosmopolitan as part of the magazine's Women In Music feature.