- foundation + -al (Wiktionary)
“Going forward, we are looking at a few key areas for investment in Afghanistan, what we call our "foundational investments.”
“Once all of these elements are in place however, if you are still lost in the blahs it is time for what I call the foundational questions.”
“Furthermore, it was clear to Ruvu people that although aspects of their episteme were rooted in foundational knowledge inherited from earlier ancestors, they were still required to recreate ideologies and temporal sociocultural institutions continuously to satisfy the demands of spirit forces and to meet the needs arising from their temporal contexts.”
“Hinayana and Mahayana forms of Buddhist practice yet equally operates in foundational ways within a broad range of Romantic thought as well.”
“Overall, Cisco found that the leaders in foundational capabilities are moving beyond ease of use into offering extensive content produced in-house or through third parties that enhances the shopping experience by helping customers make purchase decisions.”
“Moss Icon only became posthumously "popular" in the underground world in the early '90s, after which the band's brief tenure became known as a foundational moment in emotional -- but never”
“These new debentures are a long-term foundational piece of our capital structure.”
“Do you think there’s a place for certain foundational ideals in progressivism today, or should we stick to tangible insights about efficiency and marginal improvement in the field of social cooperation?”
“Retailers who scored high on emerging capabilities and performed reasonably well in foundational capabilities are "challengers" (e.g.,”
“What's more, their book is uniquely useful not only to better understand what could be called the foundational weirdness of quantum physics (and in a way pleasantly free of overt mysticism or exaggeration) but also to get a glimpse of what happens when scientific research doesn't return results friendly to the reigning metaphysics.”
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