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captation

Capture or uptake by cells or tissues; said especially of chemicals or radioactive isotopes.
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Quebradas sin presencia de bosque en su area de captation y un uso intensivo del suelo para la ganaderia son factores que influyen negativamente en la diversidad y salud de los ecosistemas acuaticos, evidencia encontrada en los resultados de este estudio.
C'est a cette captation de deux heritages paradoxaux par l'Empire, et en particulier a la recuperation de sa propre histoire, de son propre passe, que la Restauration ne parvient pas a trouver de parade convaincante.
Cette fois, il s'agit plus particulierement de recourir a des donnees visuelles pour mieux acceder au point de vue des jeunes et en rendre compte, en les impliquant directement dans un processus de captation video.
The concern is for the Black man who canonly exist in a white world if he "sells" his body, isalso found in Claude Mackay's "Harlem Dancer" andDamas" "Captation."
Les dimensions inexorablement incorporees et distribuees de la cognition horlogere demeurent difficilement inventoriables pour quels que projets de captation patrimoniale que ce soient.
In the initiatory game, just as in the "joyful activity" of the child who, standing before a mirror, sees itself as one (it is she or he, seen as a whole) but another (that, an image with which the child identifies itself'), what counts is the process of this "spatial captation" that inscribes the passage toward the other as the law of being and the law of place.
D'autres proches peuvent croire que l'age avance du donateur ou du testateur l'a rendu vulnerable ou influencable et que, consequemment, son consentementa pu etre vicie, ce qui justifierait que la liberalite soit annulee (captation et influence indue).
(76) CCFD-Terre Solidaire, Multinationales, paradis fiscaux et captation des richesses, Paris, 2010, p.
Mayer argues that any reinterpretation of the Ur-form of the Crusade constitutes a "perversion of the original idea of a Crusade" and "an abuse on the part of the Church," while Flori contends that this amounts to "the improper appropriation (captation) of the concept [of Crusade] by the Holy See," which enabled it "to entice warriors to carry out, on the initiative of the papacy, other military actions against its Muslim enemies, pagans, heretics, or political rivals of all kinds." (11) "New" creationists maintain that a Crusade is formed out of its parts, so that a purpose cannot enter into the picture as a principle of explanation unless it is brought within the scope of one of the parts.