International [adjective]

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Their art is supplemented, and sometimes contrasted, by pieces from an international competition juried by Manganelli and Montalto.

Goldman said he has supervised versions of the program at international theater conferences — and has been queried about using the technique in marriage therapy.

However, once these companies start gaining international traction and need to build an infrastructure outside of their home country, they need to raise significant amounts to afford so.

Then came Daishen Nix, Jonathan Kuminga and international projects Kai Sotto of the Philippines and Princepal Singh of India.

Remember that international travelers have to now get tested and quarantine after they land in the US.

If normality is to be restored to international travel, other countries will have to accept the document—and perhaps launch certifications of their own.

The international research community acted early to share data and genetic sequences with one another in open-source projects that helped advance our early understanding of coronavirus and how to mobilize efforts to stop it.

Gashirai Gondo, better known as Sainté, has big plans now that this song and his name have gone international.

If you’re a parent taking an international trip solo with kids, you should also research laws related to children and travel in your destinations, as I learned on my family’s last pre-pandemic journey.

The Spamouflage campaign showed signs of reaching wide international audiences last year, including in Venezuela and Pakistan, with some videos viewed thousands of times.