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(1) Simultaneously, women were conceptualised as the passive recipients of scientific manipulation.
(2) Some social scientists have conceptualised these workers in terms of a reserve army of labour.
(3) This was conceptualised both generally and in terms which could take account of particular cultural characteristics.
(4) Conceptualise a triangle with its three points.
(5) Human thought patterns allow us to conceptualise.
(6) To help conceptualise and design creative environments for our clients' products and events.
(7) The STB says YourSingapore will allow travellers to conceptualise and plan their individual Singapore travel itinerary.
(8) To see this one needs to take a closer look at some of the ways in which philosophy has been conceptualised.
(9) Once again, however(sentencedict.com/conceptualise.html), the ability of politicians and economists to conceptualise well outran their inclination to examine and analyse practical implications.
(10) It is important to stress that the Chewong do not conceptualise specifically male characteristics as opposed to female ones.
(11) Working with people whose verbal skills and ability to conceptualise may he limited or sometimes non-existent, offers a particular challenge.
(12) It includes interviews with these designers on how they conceptualise and develop their ideas.
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