Adopted

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adopted the name

The project soon adopted the name "Manhattan" as well.

Their children adopted the name Aroselius.

The company officially adopted the name Image-Line in 1994.

later adopted

He later adopted his grandson Anthony, Judith's son.

A less ambitious £1000 design was later adopted.

This software was later adopted by Wendy's corporate.

adopted son

He was succeeded by his adopted son Vijaya Raghunatha.

He had an adopted son named Federico Moreno.

Greg Dickering is the adopted son of the original Comet.

officially adopted

The name Pluto was officially adopted on May 1, 1930.

It was officially adopted on 4 October 2000.

The company officially adopted the name Image-Line in 1994.

districts adopted

Louisiana continued to elect its representatives based upon districts adopted in 1912.

Another 171 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeded the Index limit.

Another 181 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeding the Index limit.

school districts adopted   (採用された学区)

Another 171 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeded the Index limit.

Another 181 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeding the Index limit.

For the school budget year 2013-14, 311 Pennsylvania public school districts adopted a resolution certifying that tax rates would not be increased above their index.

adopted a resolution   (決議を採択した)

In 1994, the members unanimously adopted a resolution to convert the association to a college.

At the 1953 Supreme Convention, the delegates adopted a resolution calling for a united Ireland.

In September 1995 the Russian government adopted a resolution establishing the Tuvan State University.

adopted a new

In September 2011, Guinea adopted a new mining code.

In 2009 the school adopted a new sports uniform.

Koontz then adopted a new dog, Elsa, on July 11, 2016.

widely adopted   (広く採用されている)

One of the models, the Lowry model, was widely adopted.

Farmers have widely adopted GM technology.

It was widely adopted as a replacement.

adopted daughter

She played Anju, an adopted daughter craving love.

Gauri has an adopted daughter, who she adopted at the age of 4.

Eliot's adopted daughter, Hope, went on to graduate from college.

adopted a preliminary

Another 171 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeded the Index limit.

Another 181 school districts adopted a preliminary budget leaving open the option of exceeding the Index limit.

Of the 250 school districts that adopted a preliminary budget, 231 adopted real estate tax rates that exceeded their index.

adopted unanimously   (全会一致で採用)

On 24 April 1870, the dogmatic constitution on the Catholic faith was adopted unanimously.

The decision of the European Central Bank to enact OMT operations was not adopted unanimously, with the German representative voting against it.

Two years later, during the 1972 congress in Paris, the same motion on the four British Associations, presented by Uruguay, was adopted unanimously.

not adopted

These ideas were not adopted in the production of ICs.

The term "Panzergrenadier" was not adopted until 1942.

The European Union has not adopted a uniform franchise law.

formally adopted

The flag was formally adopted on 26 February 1994.

He formally adopted the name Bill de Blasio in December 2001.

The United Kingdom first formally adopted this standard in 1821.

name was adopted

The current school name was adopted in September 2004.

In the mid-2000s its present name was adopted.

The name was adopted by the IAU in 1976.

adopted its current

The network adopted its current name in 1984.

China adopted its current constitution on 4 December 1982.

The PRC adopted its current constitution on 4 December 1982.

then adopted

They are then adopted by families in the 21st century.

The kit's design was then adopted by the club.

Koontz then adopted a new dog, Elsa, on July 11, 2016.

subsequently adopted

A ‘renewed’ SDS was subsequently adopted by the EU Council in 2006.

The Build Strategy template was subsequently adopted in British Shipbuilders' other shipyards, and in the USA.

It was subsequently adopted by Atari ST Review with the December 1994 edition and continued until its closure.

adopted a more

Other Western countries adopted a more ambivalent position.

Trelawny then adopted a more ascetic life and moved to Sompting, Sussex.

Starting with "Final Fantasy VIII", the series adopted a more photo-realistic look.

eventually adopted

The Foy-Breguet telegraph was eventually adopted.

The constitution was eventually adopted in July 2012.

Cities in the region eventually adopted the Attic standard.

first adopted

It was first adopted by Sweden in 1766 and Finland in 1951.

It was first adopted for use as a verb in American English in 1957.

This design has been the industry standard since it was first adopted.

adopted a policy

With the defeat in 1864, Denmark had adopted a policy of neutrality.

His government adopted a policy of ambiguity regarding atomic bomb programs.

Klaus-Peter Friedrich wrote that "most [Poles] adopted a policy of wait-and-see...

unanimously adopted

In 1986, Burns' proposal was unanimously adopted by the Ventura City Council.

In 1994, the members unanimously adopted a resolution to convert the association to a college.

Unlike most recording methods, Layer Jump Recording was not unanimously adopted by optical driver manufacturers.

adopted by other   (他に採用された)

The Gary System was adopted by other school districts across the United States.

Both of these innovations were generally adopted by other cities, including San Francisco.

EFTPOS technology originated in the United States in 1981 and was adopted by other countries.

adopted children

His lover and adopted children are not so lucky.

Content with his life, a few adopted children and a gather-woman.

They have two adopted children: Anne (born 1986) and Thomas (born 1996).

adopted the surname

His sons adopted the surname Stafford-Wollocombe.

She adopted the surname of her son's father.

He adopted the surname Banks by deed poll, in adulthood.

adopted the new

It also adopted the new Constitution of the Republic of Estonia.

He dyed his brown hair black and adopted the new alias Agent Zero.

Today, all but one labeling initiative have fully adopted the new mark.

adopted by many

This system has been adopted by many fat feminists.

A term adopted by many users of psychiatric services is "consumer."

DECT was developed by ETSI but has since been adopted by many countries all over the World.

districts that adopted

Of the 250 school districts that adopted a preliminary budget, 231 adopted real estate tax rates that exceeded their index.

quickly adopted

The scheme was so popular that other GSM companies quickly adopted this method.

Upon his return to Florence he conveyed this new enthusiasm to his friends, who quickly adopted his ideas.

It was the first running shoe to use EVA, an air-infused foam that was quickly adopted by other athletic brands.

station adopted   (採用された駅)

The station adopted the "Rev 89" moniker in 1995.

In 2001, the station adopted its current nickname, "96.9 the Kat."

Under Telemedia's ownership, the station adopted the EZ Rock brand.

system was adopted

A 625 V DC four-rail system was adopted.

The current qualifying system was adopted in the 2006 season.

In 1982 a quadrant system was adopted.

adopted the title   (タイトルを採用した)

In 1810, Dalberg adopted the title of a Grand Duke of Frankfurt.

Indeed, Cuza only adopted the title "Alexandru Ion I" after this date.

Beginning with Merneptah the rulers of Egypt adopted the title of pharaoh.

soon adopted

The project soon adopted the name "Manhattan" as well.

Prevented from marrying into Kotys' family, Amyntas soon adopted Iphicrates as his son.

Two years later Bunsen published a description, and many of his colleagues soon adopted the design.

government adopted   (政府が採用した)

His government adopted a policy of ambiguity regarding atomic bomb programs.

The Cypriot government adopted the euro as the national currency on 1 January 2008.

The government adopted some of his textbooks that were circulated across all schools.

adopted country   (採用国)

On that basis Iran protested the newly adopted country name.

Cara offered all her efforts to the good of her adopted country as well, sponsoring many types of war work.

Gronlund returned to his adopted country in 1887 and resumed his activism on behalf of the Socialist Labor Party.

adopted many

They have adopted many Rhoynish customs as well, including equal primogeniture.

Chris Hero adopted many of Misawa's forearm strikes, including the discus elbow, into his moveset.

The mass of the population had not adopted many of the Christmas rituals that later became general.

resolution was adopted

The resolution was adopted by both chambers.

The resolution was adopted with 140 votes in favour and 11 abstentions.

The resolution was adopted by 14 votes to none, with the United States abstaining.

adopted during

Massey's was not the only sounding machine adopted during the nineteenth century.

Use of the era name was formally adopted during the reign of Emperor Wu of Han ("r".

Pollen studies show that it was adopted during an ancient period of extreme deforestation.

adopted new

The Mongols eagerly adopted new artillery and technologies.

Zimbabwe and Namibia have since adopted new national anthems.

The adopted new law was meant to help the law "on the Budget System".

never adopted

Newfoundland never adopted the Statute of Westminster.

He is never adopted by the Kents but immediately begins his superhero career.

It was never adopted.

constitution was adopted   (憲法が採択された)

In March 1991 a new constitution was adopted.

A constitution was adopted in December 2005.

A provisional constitution was adopted on February 8, 1861.

adopted the stage

That year he adopted the stage name Adisa Andwele.

So, he adopted the stage name Peter LeMarc instead.

It was at this time that she adopted the stage name Leila Negra.

adopted home   (採用された家)

Kalima lives and works in his adopted home of Berlin.

In 2016, the band released the single "Que Viva USA", a tribute to its adopted home country.

Two years later Dooley was back in club management, this time with his adopted home of Tullamore.

adopted the same

Iraq's Kurdistan Region has since adopted the same flag as the official flag.

The 1980–1986 Bronco adopted the same trim levels as the Ford F-Series pickups.

Indeed, Bostonians adopted the same resolutions that Philadelphians had promulgated earlier.

club adopted

The club adopted its present name in 1999.

The club adopted the phoenix emblem to symbolize the district's recovery.

In 1965 the club adopted the black and blue strips, similar to that of Inter Milan.

adopted father

Miles Orman is the son of Roscoe Orman, who played Miles Robinson's adopted father Gordon.

In the district of Lukovo, Yan Skshetuski is living with his wife and her adopted father, Zagloba.

Frederick, who never met her biological father, regarded actor David Niven as her adopted father figure.

adopted the term   (用語を採用した)

The Gnostics adopted the term "demiurge".

However, in its reports, UMTA finally adopted the term "light rail" instead.

In 1884, Eduard Strasburger adopted the term "chloroplasts" ("Chloroplasten").

adopted child

The adopted child must fall under the Hindu category.

The adopted child can be either male or female.

Tom was the only adopted child in his family and has two siblings.

legally adopted

The company legally adopted its new name on January 1, 2011.

She later legally adopted him as well.

On 24 January 1980, she was legally adopted by Tommy and Cindy Thomas.

company adopted   (会社が採用した)

The company adopted the computer to handle inventory, accounts, and billing.

In 1968, the combined company adopted The Signal Companies as its corporate name.

After his death, the company adopted the name 'The Executors of John Hargreaves'.