27 examples of Academies in a sentence
The Royal Spanish Academy, all of language academies, also believes that spelling should be progressively modified; that language is linked to history, tradition and custom, but that at the same time, it is a practical everyday tool and that sometimes this attachment to history, tradition and custom becomes an obstacle for its current usage.
So I believe that we must reach an agreement, that
must reach an agreement, and purge from our spelling rules all the habits we practice just for the sake of tradition, even if they are useless now.
Starting in 2014, I started monitoring recruits as they cycled through police
in the state of New Jersey, and I found that women were failing at rates between 65 and 80 percent, due to varying aspects of the physical fitness test.
We know that a majority of
rely on a masculine ideal of policing that works to decrease the number of women in policing.
These types of
overemphasize physical strength, with much less attention spent to subjects like community policing, problem-solving and interpersonal communication skills.
The task force offers specific recommendations for academic institutions, national policymaking bodies, and other stakeholders, such as science academies, industry associations, and civil-society organizations.
Theological disputation has moved far from Islam’s religious
Such a forum will not be a substitute for the activities carried out under various specialized UN agencies, but it will support the work of national
as well as other science advisory bodies.
established by over 80 national
from around the world.
The move toward prohibition gained ground at a conference last December in Washington, DC, held under the auspices of the national
of science of China, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Through a rigorous review process, the
insist that each report be limited to what science can say about the subject based on evidence and logic, without preempting the decisions that need to be made by others.
The full text of some 3,000 reports by the
are available online (at www.nap.edu ), and each can be downloaded for free in any of 146 countries.
To meet this need, the InterAcademy Council (IAC) in Amsterdam was founded in 2000 by a worldwide organization of science
called the InterAcademy Panel (IAP).
An important audience for each IAC report are the 100
of science that belong to the IAP.
As the Iraqi people take more steps along the challenging road to democracy, more NATO countries have agreed to help train Iraqi security personnel by providing funds or equipment and by establishing a war college and military
But in the US, with the exception of American military academies, the federal government never succeeded in establishing a system of higher education, and states were too poor to provide much support for colleges within their borders.
This small but significant mistake prompted an invitation from the IPCC to the world’s leading national science
to review its procedures.
As a result of the academies’ recommendations, the IPCC tightened its review methods, created a new process for correcting possible mistakes in future reports, and introduced a more explicit policy for dealing with potential conflicts of interest among authors.
But all too often they resemble an alumni reunion for posh academies, rather than a gathering of hungry, lift-yourself-up-by-your-own-bootstraps types.
Basic reading skills need to be taught properly in the early years, school management must be improved, and the sectorally-organized, levy-based training system should be replaced by skills
accountable to local business chambers and employers.
As home to the world’s first Minister of AI, as well as museums, academies, and foundations dedicated to studying the future, Dubai is on its own Hythloday-esque voyage.
On March 6, I received six recommendations from the members of “Science20,” which was created by the national science
of the G20 countries.
Second, a competition on the model of France’s eighteenth-century
(from which no less than Rousseau’s two Discourses emerged) would be held.
Disdainful of honours, of titles, and of academies, like one of the old Knight-Hospitallers, generous, fatherly to the poor, and practising virtue without believing in it, he would almost have passed for a saint if the keenness of his intellect had not caused him to be feared as a demon.
A profound silence fell instantly; a New Testament appeared as though by magic in the hands of the learned member of the two
'Really, I am ashamed to go on speaking Latin so long before these ladies,' he said, looking at her.'If M. Rubigneau' (this was the member of the two academies) 'will be so good as to read out any sentence in Latin, instead of going on with the Latin text, I shall endeavour to improvise a translation.'
This magnificent art produced by the Vandals has been slain by the