Ask AI3: What is comprehensive?
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Businesses must develop as a result of the ideas, energies and ambitions of an individual having purpose and comprehensive ability within one mind.
A comprehensive program devoted to the various phases of the development effort attracted 143 interested individuals.
Two years ago, the Institute of Public Administration issued an extremely comprehensive report entitled `` State-Local Relations In Metropolitan Rhode Island.
The planning division has embarked on the most complete and comprehensive state planning program in the nation.
These amendments to the Vocational Rehabilitation Act were designed to help provide for more specialized rehabilitation facilities, for more sheltered and `` half-way '' workshops, for greater numbers of adequately trained personnel, for more comprehensive services to individuals ( particularly to the homebound and the blind ), and for other administrative improvements to increase the program's overall effectiveness.
The first step is a comprehensive self study made by faculty, by outside consultants, or by a combination of the two.
Your insurance, too, with most agencies, is provided with the car, covering comprehensive fire, theft, liability and collision with a deductible clause which varies in different countries.
This was followed by a comprehensive series of observations of the 1.25-cm emission of the moon over three lunar cycles by Piddington and Minnett ( 1949 ).
These countries must formulate a comprehensive, long-term program covering the objectives of both the private and the public sectors of the economy.
The comprehensive or master processes activate all or some of the elements within the social system and subsystems.
Of particular utility in the analysis of the development, persistence, and change of social systems has been the use of the master or comprehensive processes.
The reaffirmation of American faith in the comprehensive high school, as expressed in the Conant study, is another indication of the liveliness of the ideal of maximizing opportunity through the equalizing of educational opportunity.
The neighborhood high schools are not, strictly speaking, comprehensive schools, because some of the boys and girls may be attending a vocational or technical high school instead of the local school.
Indeed, one school superintendent in a large city objects to the use of the term comprehensive high school for the senior high schools in his city, because these schools do not offer strictly vocational programs.
The suburban high school, it is worth noting, also is not a widely comprehensive high school because of the absence of vocational programs.
Therefore employment and education in all the schools in a metropolitan area are related in different ways from those which are characteristic of the comprehensive high school described in my first report.
Public libraries in Nassau County have been lending books to each other by mail for a quarter-century, but the system enables this process to operate on an organized and far more comprehensive basis.
Aristotle's writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of Western philosophy, encompassing morality, aesthetics, logic, science, politics, and metaphysics.
The Amphibian Specialist Group of the World Conservation Union ( IUCN ) is spearheading efforts to implement a comprehensive global strategy for amphibian conservation.
The first volume, Lautlehre (' Phonology '), contained the first comprehensive attempt to identify regular correspondences between the sound systems of the Altaic language families.
A comprehensive collection of Austrian-German legal, administrative and economic terms is offered in: Markhardt, Heidemarie: Wörterbuch der österreichischen Rechts -, Wirtschafts-und Verwaltungsterminologie ( Peter Lang, 2006 ).
In July 1992, Azerbaijan ratified the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe ( CFE ), which establishes comprehensive limits on key categories of conventional military equipment.
However, no comprehensive environmental protection program has emerged, and decisions on environmental policy have been made on an ad hoc basis.