from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Marked by, requiring, or involving participation, especially affording the opportunity for individual participation: a participatory democracy.
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- adj. Open to participation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Affording the opportunity for individual participation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. affording the opportunity for individual participation
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"NASA's Mars program is a prime example of what we call participatory exploration," NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden said.
The CONARU organized a tour to all the campuses to hear how other students made their decisions and to explain the model I just described, which we call participatory democracy.
Gilles Frydman, a member of the journal's editorial board who was pulled into participatory medicine because of life-threatening complications his wife had during pregnancy and also later when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, coined the term participatory medicine and wrote the
While it isn't that unusual for assistant coaches to help run opposing offenses for isolated segments of practice, it is a bit odd for them to take part in most of the drills—an exercise that could be described as "participatory coaching."
If you factor in participatory Web activities such as clicking on a box in an ad to see a price, or filling in a box entry with personal data such as your zip code, the treasure trove of advertising data collection gets even richer for the advertiser.
Being the firm believer in participatory decision making that I am, I couldn't make the decision on which mo to make a part of my attire so I thought I would leave it up to you.
Political geeks in Europe Whether you call them politechnorati, eGov geeks or political hackers, Europeans are giving new meaning to the word participatory democracy.
Whether you call them politechnorati, eGov geeks or political hackers, they are giving new meaning to the word participatory democracy, which can be much more than “just” voting in an election every forth year.
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