It is time for the Israeli leadership to recondition their thinking process and adopt new pragmatic strategies towards Gaza.
But consulting this book is a brilliant way for anyone to adopt expert cooking techniques easily.
Expected to pass before the summer, the plan is set to allow gay couples to marry and to adopt children.
More generally, in an interdependent world, would we expect all countries to adopt the same institutions?
Why then does the United States not adopt Scandinavian-style institutions?
She said—she said you was the only man under the sun who had gone so far as to adopt a step-father-in-law.
He would not adopt a nameless orphan, found with a poor goatherd of Phelle.
It may not be possible to adopt Mr. Seth Lows suggestion, but the idea is well worth consideration.
I can hardly think that Parliament will adopt a different view.
In his opening speech he declared his resolution to adopt the maxims of the illustrious Hale.
c.1500, a back-formation from adoption or else from Middle French adopter or directly from Latin adoptare "take by choice, choose for oneself, select, choose" (especially a child). Originally in English also of friends, fathers, citizens, etc. Sense of "to legally take as one's own child" and that of "to embrace, espouse" a practice, method, etc. are from c.1600. Related: Adopted; adopting.