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similitude

 [sĭ-mil´-ĭ-to̳d]
a principle of motor development: it is necessary that change in form be in proportion to change in size.
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As an object of knowledge, however, it is a similitude--a similitude between the characters on the page or on the stage and characters in real life.
Esta situacion tiene ciertas similitudes con el desarrollo de la profesion Enfermera y de las profesiones sanitarias en este ambito social incierto y en la tormenta emocional y social que se abate sobre nuestra sociedad.
Similitudes are notoriously imponderable--whereas "cause and effect" or "container-contained" are neither located in the observer nor are they immeasurable, unspecifiable.
It can be measured in terms of physical distance, similitudes between distribution channels and markets (Joffre, 1997);
Bajo esa perspectiva, el quinto articulo "Percepciones sobre la gestion del conocimiento por parte de una muestra de directivos de grandes y medianas empresas en Bogota" escrito por Carlos Emilio Blanco Valbuena y Cesar Augusto Bernal Torres, pone de manifiesto ciertas similitudes en la gestion del conocimiento de algunas empresas grandes y medianas en aspectos relacionados con el desarrollo de productos y servicios, el aprendizaje gerencial, la eficiencia, el incremento de ventas y reduccion de costos de operacion, asi como en el papel que desempenan los trabajadores como impulsores del desarrollo tecnologico.
Schulz's mutable elements and compositional twists and turns likewise owe their existence to luminous similitudes and spatial composites, like those worlds within worlds that always loom menacingly in dark corners and openings.
Such similitudes "evoke a shared world, and most often a familiarly coded one" (177).
L'auteur decouvre d'abord des similitudes entre le developpement du catholicisme en Bretagne et au Quebec.
that spiritual things be taught by means of similitudes taken from corporeal things, so that thereby even the simple (rudes) who are unable to grasp intellectual truths by themselves may be able to understand them.
Defining aporesis as the process of perplexity in the face of disjunctive similitudes, Loewen (sociology, Northwest Missouri State U.
These perceptions and ideas are forms impressed upon our receptive cognitive fields by active agents in the real world, that reveal themselves immediately as formal similitudes received from outside and so point back directly to the active sources from which they come.
Plutot des etudes comparatives neuves Flandre (Belgique) Quebec (Canada), issues des constats faits a Gant de similitudes et de differences touchant tant les situations, les problematiques et les enjeux que les approches et les methodes mises en oeuvre pour les etudier, et parfois les resultats de recherche obtenus de part et d'autre.