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What does FUNC stand for?

FUNC stands for Functionalist

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businesses, including presentations by Deloitte, Honeywell and IBM - Event to also feature a special presentation & exhibition on famous functionalist masterpiece and World Heritage Site Villa Tugendhat located in Brno - All interested parties encouraged to RSVP at http://newyork.
A simpler paradigm, one admitting far fewer exceptions, is the functionalist paradigm, which accepts that the state is contingent, and that international law tends to constrain, indeed, to mold, the state based on functional efficiency.
Specifically, they claim that the megachurch's most distinctive features--its secular character, embrace of technology, lack of religious symbolism, and auditorium space--reiterate functionalist design priorities that can be traced as far back as seventeenth-century Calvinist meetinghouses.
” Along with the building’s functionalist design and utilitarian aspirations (former Governor Al Smith, the public face of the Empire State, expected it to assist aviation authorities investigating wind velocity and New Yorkers afflicted with hay fever and sinuses), they keep the skyscraper “solidly rooted to the workaday virtues” of Manhattan.
Koontz has carefully designed his study to test the applicability of relevant theories--the functionalist theory of federalism, and several theories of bureaucracy--to his cases: Paul Peterson's functionalist theory argues that lower levels of government favour developmental policies, which stimulate economic growth in the jurisdiction.
Nearly all the artworks presented were once owned by trained swordsmen, yet their elegance reveals as much of individual style and personality as they do lethal functionalist.