simple adoption

simple adoption

A term of art for an adoption that does not lead to a complete dissolution of the ties with the biological family.
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Water shortage as well as incidence of flash floods could be dealt by simple adoption of 3Rs of environment, ie Reduce, Recycle and Reuse.
Or should it be understood as a simple adoption or reproduction of predominant patterns of thought?
Beyond just simple adoption, companies who want to succeed must also develop cultural habits that stimulate and encourage innovative uses of data around collaboration and new modeling techniques.
TV's use of Twitter will evolve beyond the simple adoption of hashtags in prime time, he said.
The report found utility bill savings of 15-30 percent were highly typical for small businesses that undertook energy-efficiency upgrades--usually by the simple adoption of existing energy-efficiency strategies.
Biomedical ethics was introduced by health care providers in Pakistan, a simple adoption of a western model that evolved in a different social and economic context.
"Far from the simple adoption of an external way of life under the influence of some western colonisation, the Tylos culture today appears as one of the most original 'hellenisations' of the ancient Near East, with its own features, notably seen in the very particular burial customs of the island.
In tracing the local roots of rural radicalism, Guthrie demonstrates that it was a consequence of socio-economic and political conditions--rather than a simple adoption of ideas disseminated by the intellectual elite.
An IR4 visa is issued to an orphan if a simple adoption occurs in the foreign-sending country or legal guardianship or custody is granted to the prospective adoptive parent(s) or to an individual or agency acting as agent of the prospective parent(s).
It also offers a more simple Adoption Centre, Branch and charity shop search with maps, photos, contact details and opening times for the Adoption Centres.
Although it's clear that making calls is no longer the only reason to buy a cellular phone in the region, it remains to be seen how fast Latin Americans find new uses for their personal telephones and, beyond simple adoption, how much they will be willing to pay for data services.
Quick work on the administrative side, followed by a simple adoption in Council could mean that the matter is set in stone by the end of July.