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in the mathematical sense) of the meanings of its component words.
The white light strikes against it, and, with one exception, all its component colors--violet, indigo, green, yellow, orange, and red--are absorbed.
Using multi-material machines and dissimilar polymers, they were molding parts such as toys and automotive HVAC registers, yielding fully assembled components right out of the molding machine.
At the macro level, the goals of the program are fairly simple: to maximize marginal return on recapped components; to increase unscheduled mean time between removal (MTBR) for selected recapitalized components by 20 percent; and to reduce average fleet life to 10 years by 2010.
Castings used in safety-critical applications require new approaches to assure defective components do not make it out of a metalcasting facility.
At little to no additional cost, vendors will deliver SAN components with twice the speed of existing SAN components, all with guaranteed interoperability with earlier generation 2 Gb/s products.
During execution, these components are choreographed according to a common solution process model of the core insurance operational process.
Correlations between students' auditory, visual and tactile-kinesthetic learning preferences, traditional and non-traditional course components and levels of success in General Chemistry have been assessed.
Companies engaged in drug discovery, genomic research, molecular screening and other bioinformatics work, who wish to rapidly incorporate advanced data mining features into their applications can now do so by using NAG Data Mining Components as building blocks.
By the time it is completed late in 2005, the facility, also known as Space Station Alpha, will contain thousands of components developed in the Valley.
The aim is to increase adhesion in the interface between the two components to such a level that the failure of the parts under service will no longer happen in the interface, but within the flexible component.
The current regulations thus require the use of an arm's-length price for computing CTI or, if an arm's-length price is not available, the apportionment of the expenses allocated to an integrated product between the included and excluded components based on the production-cost ratio.