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mainstream

adjective Referring to conventional (i.e., non-alternative or non-complementary) medicine or medical practice.
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There is an overrepresentation of older respondents among the traditionalists, and an overrepresentation of younger respondents among the mainstreamers. However, there is no statistically significant relationship between age and the pluralist profile.
Their positioning as "mainstreamers" is likely to explain why their practices differ from those reported in previous ethnographies of drug use.
We speculate that mainstreamers are more likely to be the sons and daughters of people born and race in America.
Therefore mainstreamers Peter, Kevin and Michelle are likely to be innocent...
The SMA Maturity Model depicts a pathway for three levels: Mainstreamers, Movers, and Masters.
We call them Mainstreamers. Coincidentally, they form the group that will give any brand a big consumer base.
Right before she launches herself, Grace is undone by the meaning of 'potential' in the context of a Maori ghetto girl: sexual and domestic violence instead of the accommodation and comforts proffered to white mainstreamers in fancy magazines.
Just as the Onondaga in her poem from 1981 offered their dance to the city of Syracuse, the migrants in this collection offer their food, their labor, their music and, yes, their love making in a ritual set to sustain the value of an identity that wants to be crushed by those "mainstreamers" who have a sense of entitlement towards anything that carries a USA tag, be the tag real of metaphoric.
(32.) An article on Islamists of 1990s argues that "Islamic mainstreamers defend the current oligarchic, capitalist structure of the Turkish regime and demand Islamicization of the system without thorough structural transformation on economic and political fronts." Cihan Tubal, "Islamism in Turkey: Beyond Instrument and Meaning," Economy and Society, Vol.3 I, No.
However, are we to stand by nicely when mainstreamers savage Austro-libertarians, and be limited to comments the mothers of the critics would not find offensive?
In both the corridors of power and the hallways of academe, she largely managed the not inconsiderable distinction of being able to gain the confidence and respect of both mainstreamers and more marginal figures.
We need to be the watchdogs and ask the questions and make the connections ourselves, convert the bytes and cliches into stories that matter, supplement the wealth of truth out there from indie writers and maverick mainstreamers. And there's always a chance that the information massage may begin breeding suspicion and bring newly aware citizens on board.