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appropriate

(ă-prō′prē-ăt) [L. appropriatus, made one's own]
1. In psychiatry, pert. to behavior that is suitable and congruent.
2. In medical practice, pert. to care that is expected to yield health benefits that considerably exceed risk.

appropriate,

adj 1. the determination that the service provided is suited for the condition.
adj 2. being suitable for a particular person, group, community, condition, occasion, and/or place.
adj 3. proper.
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This supports our argument highlighting the importance of constructible, self-organization facets of social capital appropriable by commercial entrepreneurs.
In sum, the idea contained in a book that has been sold are no longer the property of the author (who in any case owned only the new ideas he or she had contributed to it), and are potentially appropriable by the reader (with the deployment of appropriate labor and understanding).
That life be entirely appropriated and appropriable by the individual living it (and that be appropriated without a residue of any kind); that to live for the living be not to partake of a transcendent and objective Life which exceeds the living individual in every aspect (and which becomes both Value and Model to which those who are living can eventually be sacrificed); that the universal be not at all separated from the singular, but that the universal actualizes itself in the singular taking a preordained shape which is provided with the absolute value of the "here and now": all of these considerations are left out from the apparently irreconcilable debate between the Catholics (materialists) and the lay (spiritualists).
Given short supplies and significant development lags, germplasm could command a significant share of the innovation profits forthcoming from weakly appropriable agricultural biotechnologies.
So Michele, the fairy, aestheticized yet not appropriable (mimetically or otherwise), is ultimately only within Antonia's reach because he has let her into his house; because, indeed, someone else has let her in.
Once specific investments have been made, a potential "hold up" or "opportunism" situation is created if the parties can bargain over the appropriable ex post quasi-rents (the difference in asset values between the intended use in the relationship and the next best use if the relationship is terminated (31)) created by specific investments or must bargain or "haggle" to adapt to changing circumstances as the relationship proceeds over time.
Education, then, is a practice, involving and embodying internal goods, human excellences, and ends, the active and intelligent participation in and understanding of which enable us to make these goods and excellences our own and render ends theoretically intelligible and practically appropriable.
1978) "Vertical Integration, Appropriable Rents, and the Competitive Contracting Process.
Commodities are notoriously difficult to turn into branded products with appropriable rents.
Gestures and words that, in themselves, are not comic, become comic as soon as they are repeated, either by their original performer, developing into a leitmotif, or when those gestures become appropriable, as mimicry or imitation.
The provincial monitoring cell of the Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) shall establish close liaison and co-ordinate with the Metrological Department to ensure timely flood forecasting, appropriable level of preparedness and effective response in districts.
Many areas are labelled espace libre appropriable, to be used as staff and students see fit, acknowledging that functions and relationships change over time.