The reception of Gödel’s results was mixed.
Reception centres are not prisons, as you suggest.
All visitors should meet in Reception of BBC Dock House.
ComReg names names and gives results, but only for TRP (active transmission) not TIS (reception).
Her Majesty will be represented at the reception by the Prince of Wales."
AM reception can vary a great deal from day to night because of differences in the atmosphere.
For general information on sensory reception, see the article sensory reception.
Reception centres for adult migrants have become connection hubs between traffickers and their victims.
Our proposals for secure reception centres will deter unfounded claims and allow cases to be processed quickly.
Not all were welcome; and their reception has depended much on just who was manning the reception desk.
It is worth ensuring that your installation is in good order otherwise fitting a filter could make your reception worse.
A light-colored mulatto boy, in dress coat and bearing a diminutive silver tray for the reception of cards, admitted them.
The reception was simple and straightforward: several staffers were ready to welcome me from behind a small curvilinear desk.
We are seriously concerned about the limited access to health services at the reception centres which is aggravated by the difficult living conditions.
If it occurs intermittently, but reception is otherwise good and it affects your neighbours’ reception at the same time in the same way, it’s more likely to be interference.
However, should you be getting poor reception from an internal aerial and you have tried extending tilting and swivelling the aerial and this does not improve your reception.
Satisfactory results should be possible in all areas predicted to have good FM reception by the BBC Transmitter Checker and listeners are advised to follow the BBC’s Reception Advice for FM radio.
DAB reception is rarely disrupted by high-pressure weather conditions, but under some circumstances, signals from very distant transmitters can cause reception to break up, or be lost for periods of time.
…that one speaks of “reception”—reception, for instance, of the English common law in the United States, Canada, Australia, India, and Nigeria; reception of French law in French-speaking Africa, Madagascar, Egypt, and Southeast Asia; reception of Swiss law in Turkey; and reception of both German and French law in Japan,…
The foreign inspiration of a number of legal rules or institutions is a well-known phenomenon, sometimes so all-embracing that one speaks of “reception”—reception, for instance, of the English common law in the United States, Canada, Australia, India, and Nigeria; reception of French law in French-speaking Africa, Madagascar, Egypt, and Southeast Asia; reception of Swiss law in Turkey; and reception of both German and French law in Japan, along with even some reception of American common law.
- the manner in which something is greeted
Example: she did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors
- a formal party of people; as after a wedding
- quality or fidelity of a received broadcast
- the act of receiving
- (American football) the act of catching a pass in football
Example: the tight end made a great reception on the 20 yard line
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The foreign inspiration of a number of legal rules or institutions is a well-known phenomenon sometimes so all-embracing that one speaks of reception—reception for instance of the English common law in the United States Canada Australia India and Nigeria reception of French law in French-speaking Africa Madagascar Egypt and Southeast Asia reception of Swiss law in Turkey and reception of both German and French law in Japan along with even some reception of American common law