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cross-cultural

 [kros″kul´cher-al]
pertaining to the identification and analysis of distinct features of human behavior in different cultural, geographic, and social settings; intercultural and transcultural are sometimes substituted for this term.

cross-cultural

Concerning the physiological and social differences and similarities of two or more cultures.
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to be translated and cross-culturally adapted to Brazilian Portuguese; a survey in the databases Education Resources Information Center (Eric), PubMed, Scopus, Portal Regional da Biblioteca Virtual em Saude (BVS) and Web of Science was carried out, aiming to answer the research question: What are the school curricular intervention protocols translated and cross-culturally adapted to Brazilian Portuguese, that favor the linguistic aspects, available for the use of the Brazilian teachers for the teaching of students with ASD?
With offices located in both Beaverton and Coimbatore, India, the RFPIO team is a living representation of the success that can happen cross-culturally. Being a minority-owned business, the company is changing the way people do business far beyond the RFP management software they have created.
We are increasingly seeing it being modernised and applied cross-culturally. Hopefully, we will soon open our flagship store and gallery in Dubai's Alserkal Avenue, bringing more Japanese-inspired art and craft, and creating the best environment for future cultural exchanges.
This happens a lot when you marry cross-culturally, and it is well known that the expat population in the UAE is the most diverse, and so is the cuisine.
She brought a unique perspective to fashion studies, and required us to think critically, cross-culturally, and creatively, lessons that have remained with us after her passing in 2014.
Living cross-culturally requires us to be alert and always in a state of observing and learning.
That simply is not the case either historically or cross-culturally.
To this end, PACAF needs "high performing, combat-ready, cross-culturally competent and mutually supportive airmen and families advancing regional security cooperation, minimizing vulnerability, and ensuring persistent presence and quality forward." (1) These attributes comprise the intent of the resilient Airmen (RA) strategic line of operation (LOO) and the foundation upon which we build and sustain PACAF.
However, the very ability to communicate cross-culturally is not inherent, but something that must be nurtured and protected.
Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam have each exhibited a striking impulse to spread cross-culturally. These three religious traditions, with their 2,500-year, 2,000-year, and 1,400-year histories which began in Northeast India, Israel, and Arabia, respectively, have entered multiple and ever-changing cultural and sociopolitical contexts.
Maggie Mitchell Salem, Executive Director of QFI, said "we believe that learning critical languages and engaging cross-culturally provides students with life-long learning opportunities.
The next section examines measures, with material on psychometric considerations for cyberbullying research and constructing a cross-culturally appropriate scale for Eastern and Western countries.