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 [kon´tekst]
the setting, in time or space, surrounding the occurrence of a given event.
cultural context the environment or situation that is relevant to the beliefs, values, and practices of the culture under study.
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Commenting on the response received by ixigo's platform, Pushpinder Singh, Co founder & CEO, TravelKhana said, "ixigo's train app is a great marketing channel for TravelKhana to reach a relevant and engaged audience." Adding to this, Raghav Gupta, country head, India for BlaBlaCar said, "We have a strong mutually-beneficial partnership with ixigo that allows travellers to contextually discover our brand and get affordable ride-sharing to their destination as an alternative."
The future of mobile, she says, will be all about context: "Marketers must always be focused on what is contextually relevant, because we, the people, are in control--and whatever we don't like, we're going to turn off in our minds." Who needs ad blockers, she says, when consumers block banner ads and other distractions automatically?
Focus groups were conducted across three stakeholder groups (fifteen parents, nineteen adolescents in the 7th and 8th grades, and eight teachers and staff members) to determine the culturally and contextually based coping strategies employed by youth.
In Chapter 1 David and Lorraine encourage you to step into rich classroom environments, they provide clear images of classrooms where reading and writing of contextually appropriate texts takes priority and the teaching of skills, such as grapho-phonic skills are embedded within meaningful literacy events.
Together the two formed Sponster, a software company with plans to deliver contextually relevant advertising along with e-mails, instant messaging and text messaging.
Additionally, Advance will be implementing Microsoft Advertising's Content Ads and Search Ads, which serve contextually relevant advertisements within articles and other content pages, and will be able to sell Microsoft search products.
Advertisers will also see their listings appear as text links across contextually relevant Trinity Mirror websites offering added-value promotion to local audiences.
A sampling of topics: emergence and computation at the edge of classical and quantum systems, gauge generalized principle for complex systems, a cross- disciplinary framework for the description of contextually mediated change, phase transitions in biological matter, the dissipative quantum model of brain and laboratory observations, primordial evolution in the finitary process soup, emergence of universe from a quantum network, order in the nothing--autopoiesis and the organizational characterization of the living, and anticipation in biological and cognitive systems--the need for a physical theory of biological organization.
"Our multi-science informatics platform is ideal for the alternative energy research the JBEI is conducting, as it seamlessly aggregates data from different applications and integrates the data in a contextually relevant way," said Michael Ball, CEO of GenoLogics.
A superbly researched project and highly recommended for personal, community, and academic library Political Science reference collections, "The Last Shall Be First" is especially recommended for the non-specialist general reader wanting to have a contextually accurate understanding of Obama's political positions and intentions with respect to both domestic issues and foreign affairs.
Interestingly, if you translate =93genealogy=94 into Hebrew, the result is =93yichus=94 which more accurately means =93pedigree.=94 Hebrew is a langua= ge that is written without showing vowels, creating numerous ambiguities that are usually resolved contextually. =93I gave my wife a melon=94 written in Hebr= ew translated into English using Google Translate as =93I gave my wife a hotel= .=94
The sea of 10,000 cups was particularly impressive, both visually and contextually.