- n. Plural form of mechanism.
“Arguing the details of the mechanisms is a major pastime of Evolutionary Biologists.”
“In talking with the national security folks, they are going to be sending us what they call mechanisms in regards to what they think is appropriate and not appropriate.”
“But our publication mechanisms is dead, broken, disconnected.”
“Though changing funding mechanisms is the primary point of the initiative, there are a number of other "policy levers" the participants are suggesting that their state lawmakers can use to improve the delivery of developmental education.”
“Actually, modern US vending machines have electronic coin mechanisms that have a dip switch that can be set to accept or reject Canadian coins.”
“It glosses over the extent to which such things are designed to actively structure thought, appropriating wonder to the service of moral, social and practical purposes, using it as fuel in mechanisms of power.”
“It should be able to seek accommodation through the twin mechanisms of translation and cultural pluralism.”
“Incidentally, you cannot intervene by law in mechanisms which rest on billions of individual decisions or on the undertow of age groups.”
“Clinical and research interests: brain mechanisms in the autism spectrum disorders, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies of brain anatomy and development and functional MRI (fMRI) studies of social perception and social cognition.”
“There are no built-in mechanisms to call it to heel when it rides roughshod over the basic human and civil rights of Canadians.”
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