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con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nent),
Denoting continence.

continent

(kŏn′tə-nənt)
adj.
Exercising continence.

con′ti·nent·ly adv.

continent

Referring to continence, see there.

con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nĕnt)
1. Able to retain urine or stool.
2. Referring to an enterostomy with sphincterlike control.
See also: continence
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"The agreement aims to make the Sfax technopark an influential centre, continentally and internationally, thanks to the partnership between the Telnet Group and the ArianeGroup through the realisation of a microsatellite Assembly, integration and testing unit at the Sfax technopark", Ghazi Mhiri, communications and marketing manager at the Technopark of Sfax told TAP correspondent.
In economic, political and military spheres, Canada has to accept the American terms as a junior partner and coordinate continentally as a matter of compulsion, as Britain has since long ceased to have any impact in these areas.
One identifies middle classes relative to their specific countries and societies, that is, they are in the middle strata in income terms in each country; the other defines the middle class by reference to socio-economic data such as poverty, income or expenditure levels either globally or continentally. Unsurprisingly, the resulting definitions vary widely.
As noted by the author in a related context, "a subdivided Asia became globally integrated but continentally disintegrated" (p.
(34) Russia and China have preferred to deploy their SSBs and SSBNs in a near-sea environment--the so-called bastion strategy, whereby nations with a continentally oriented naval strategy, lacking sufficient deep-sea control, seek to maximize the chances of operating an effective second-strike capability.
Previous studies showed that this basin is filled with continentally associated clastic strata, with multiple oil-bearing layers, of which Cretaceous and Tertiary lacustrine units are the most important [3-6].
Washington and Hamilton were devoted to liberty, but believed that this could be best achieved if America thought continentally, moving beyond the parochial and developing more of an attachment to a traditional nation-state.
Very little research of this nature exists in Namibia, let alone continentally. Recently, the popularly quoted statistic of "1 in 10" African girls regularly missing school due to menstruation has been debunked as formal, direct research has not been done to validate this claim.
Since the reforms of the 1990s, however, this expeditionary culture is also apparently true of the historically continentally focused regiments that now share responsibility for overseas deployments and rotate through Africa alongside the former colonials and distinguished themselves in Operation Serval.
This is important and instructive from the point of view that in parallel with the mainstream process of demographic explosion urbanization is accelerating globally (more often than not, unfortunately, only the quantitative side of it) but there are many (continentally or even globally significant) cities whose population decreases (Vilisics, 2013; index.hu).
These are very different practices, a result of the lack of any standard regulations of CSR reporting globally, continentally or nationally.