Recent Examples of integration from the Web
To realize this dream, however, requires that North Korea follow the other Asian countries’ successful integration into global markets.
BALTIMORE — Other African-American sports organizations, such as baseball’s Negro Leagues, faded after integration, but the American Tennis Association has remained vibrant.
Despite the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Brown v. Board of Education, which established that maintaining separate educational facilities was unconstitutional, many cities and states fought against integration.
At the same time, the long ramp-up gives Census officials some leeway in scheduling the iterative tests needed to ensure the seamless integration of individual systems and operations.
Flights, car rentals, and integration with the new Echo Show (which includes a screen that would add the vital visual component to the booking process) are all next-up on the docket.
Two months before the integration policy went into effect, the Marines requested an exemption to keep armor and infantry jobs closed to women.
Offering four-week classes this summer in CJE's Melton Program are Eckstein, CJE's technology integration educator, and Rabbi Debra Eisenman, who has been teaching Melton in the Greater Palm Beaches for about six years.
This integration of old and new media may turn out to be a financial boon for the Web.
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First Known Use of integration
INTEGRATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of integration
- failure of association and failure of integration take place among neurotic individuals
- —R. M. Dorcus & G. W. Shaffer
legal Definition of integration
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