The World Meteorological Organization uses internationally operated satellites.
Globalisation refers to businesses operating internationally or on a global scale.
“The individual has not traveled internationally, making community transmission likely.
And will the creation of internationally competitive flag-carriers lead to domestic monopolies?
We won’t be getting an internationally competitive, sustainable native forest timber industry.
During the 1950s Visconti produced internationally recognized operas starring the soprano Maria Callas.
Other internationally acclaimed Japanese directors include Ozu Yasujiro, Mizoguchi Kenji, and Itami Juzo.
They distinguished between goods that can be traded internationally and many services, like hairdressing, that cannot.
BBC Studios’ award-winning British programmes are internationally recognised across a broad range of genres and specialisms.
Although Covid-19 threatened to thwart presentations at London Fashion Week, these internationally celebrated designers wouldn’t be stopped.
Zen has also exhibited and published the works of Japan’s most internationally famous and sexually provocative photographer, Nobuyoshi Araki.
Actions to improve in the UK are well underway and we are determined to restore satisfactory performance whilst continuing our progress internationally."
The society represents more than 2,300 members internationally, from professionals to students, artists, preparators, and those simply passionate about palaeontology.
The deportations are taking place despite a finding last year by the US government that the Cameroon government “engages in gross violations of internationally recognized human rights”.
In April the internationally renowned epidemiologist Dr Michael Osterholm was asked by 7.30’s Leigh Sales what governments most needed to deploy to respond to the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
If you travel internationally, Verizon’s TravelPass costs a reasonable $5 a day in Canada and Mexico for you to use voice, text, and data drawn from your domestic allowance, and $10 a day in much of the rest of the world.
Kim will answer the softball questions in such a way as to present himself internationally as a reasonable and regular guy, and to present himself simultaneously at home as an internationally respected figure.
However, Amnesty says the league's test has "numerous serious shortcomings", with the phrase "human rights" not appearing, despite English football adhering to Fifa statutes that are "committed to respecting all internationally recognised human rights".
As rival warlords tore the country apart into clan-based fiefdoms, an internationally-backed unity government formed in 2000 struggled to establish control, and the two relatively peaceful northern regions of Somaliland and Puntland effectively broke away.
Her best-known disciples include the internationally known modern dancer and choreographer Muna Tseng and the dancer, choreographer and filmmaker Nancy Allison, the executive director of Jean Erdman Dance, an organization that notates, preserves and stages her work.
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