should not be confined to talent exchange programmes and task-specific requirements.
His new work on "secret sharers" continues to look at the whole while at the same time focussing on a subgenre of Italian comedy that he finds throughout the peninsula and adduces as evidence of a far greater cross-fertilisation
than is commonly acknowledged.
It does not make any direct demands on the Commission's Agenda 2000 reform package, but makes a general calls for transparency, and the promotion of cross-fertilisation
between regions and Member States.
"There's a tremendous cross-fertilisation
of styles and a support network between the bands.
'This is with a view to promoting cross-fertilisation
of ideas and inclusive action plan aimed at addressing all forms of corruption, and to engender accountability, and transparency in the state institutions and governance processes,' he stated.
Some people call it 'cross-fertilisation
of fan bases'.
They can have two different clientele but hopefully by having them in close juxtaposition to each other some cross-fertilisation
will take place."
From distant memories of Super Mario Bros and Streetfighter to more recent aberrations ( Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Resident Evil ( someone should call "game over" on this fruitless cross-fertilisation
of the two entertainment forms.
There's not much cross-fertilisation
here as music splits cleanly down the cultural divide.
The fish were then kept in massive tanks on land for a year to avoid any risk of cross-fertilisation
with wild salmon.
This move outside the church precincts exposed the Sacre Rappresentazioni to cross-fertilisation
from secular pageants and entertainments, which eventually led to the development of operatic form in the late sixteenth century.