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Poor devil, he has his specifications too; it's comforting to think that.
The various types of materials were sent for recycling as opposed to being landfilled; and there were no specifications for external contractors to adhere to.
Sierra reserves the right to change specifications at any time without notice.
One of the major contributors to the increased bulk was identified as the overuse of military standards and specifications, and the solution was to "tailor" requirements to eliminate unneeded requirements and thereby decrease procurement costs.
It is difficult to imagine many IT directors showing much enthusiasm for adding another 128 pages of electronic records management specifications to a new system's already substantial mainstream requirements.
Under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), you, as a seller of castings, must comply exactly to the product specifications when tendering your castings to a buyer.
1 Base and electro-mechanical specifications, enabling high data rates between PCIe subsystems.
Atlanta, and is also head of the Standards and Specifications Committee of the Paper Stock Industries (PSI) Chapter of the Washington-based trade association the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc.
The following is an alert from the quality Control Committee of the Cast Iron Division of AFS to iron foundrymen regarding a problem with ASTM A48, one of the most commonly used gray iron specifications.
DMTF[R]), the industry organization leading the development, adoption and promotion of interoperable management initiatives and standards, today announced the public release of its Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware (SMASH) Implementation Requirements Specification and the SMASH Server Management (SM) CLP-to-CIM Mapping Specification, which - along with the widely used SM Command Line Protocol (CLP) and SM Managed Element Addressing specifications - complete the DMTF's SMASH 1.
The foundry industry, as typified by iron foundries, existed by selling castings as finished or semi-finished products, with specifications generally assured by product performance.
Specifications Help Detect Rootkits and Facilitate Reporting of Integrity Information to Better Protect Systems, Data and Networks

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