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EsquireConnect users can quickly and easily reschedule depositions as often as needed, with all schedule changes confirmed by email - a critical feature given the frequency that depositions are rescheduled.
The most critical feature of any space gear is the ability to maintain pressure around the astronaut's body when he or she steps out of the cozy confines of a spacecraft.
Remember, this statistical process must be applied to every critical feature of a part.
The critical feature of the new compound is the use of chimeric chemistries in a single antisense molecule.
In particular, the ALM-1412 provides excellent noise rejection at cellular/PCS-band frequencies, a critical feature for simultaneous GPS (S-GPS) operation.
The semiconductor industry is presently developing a new technology known as 157 nm lithography for producing faster integrated circuits by further shrinking circuit critical feature sizes down to at least 70 nm.
The oxygen [content] is a critical feature of the properties of these materials.
WebTrends out-scored all other web analytics vendors for its top ranking in market suitability, which was based on product pricing, critical feature set, standard feature set and product support cost.
Operators will also be able to remotely monitor and manage the distributed units, a critical feature to the operations departments of cable providers.
CTI Group's hosted call recording service enables service providers to offer this mission critical feature to their customers as an enhanced service; the customer does not have to tie up precious capital in hardware or software, further eliminating risk of technology that becomes obsolete.
These basic components of physical verification are being augmented by an expansive set of yield analysis and critical feature identification capabilities as well as layout enhancements, and printability and performance validation, all of which Mentor addresses with the Calibre nm platform.

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