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- n. internationalness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. quality of being international in scope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or quality of being international or of being imbued with international sentiment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. quality of being international in scope
This "internationality" of the Spanish Civil War is among its most important aspects, and it's here, I think, that the documentary simply flattens.
Also another lawyer, Mori, expresses his opinion about the child abduction issue but he is more doubtful about the ‘internationality’ of the problem itself.
I like the internationality of the city, more than anything else.
Our benchmarks are excellence, internationality, and freedom.
As for internationality, the Kerry campaign used “Beautiful Day” for an awful long time, though I think at the end they switched to The Boss.
Global conversations carried out informally and with some level of internationality can provide us the opportunity to be part of conversations that span the globe and clear cobwebs about racial, religious and ethnic stereotypes.
You do not really have any true internationality (i.e. goal orientation) but are merely the product of neural processes in your brain.
I guess my ‘liberal internationality’ is showing, I had no idea review sites were classed as ‘black’ or ‘white’.
Certainly, Mikkeli is a combination of interesting history and traditions, active business, high education and research, culture, nature and internationality.
Re: grading - when something "defiantly supports a theory" about "internationality" (intentionality) in the "hot bed of circuits we call our brain" except if it is an "evolutionary blip making the nodule (module) be door mat"... .can I fail that paper for a misues of spellcheck?