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In addition to its substantial capacity, the Deskstar 7K400's 7,200 rpm performance is also well-suited to meet the rigorous demands of HDTV recording.
Kate's practical experience with operating recycling programs, combined with her creative, yet pragmatic approach to public policy, makes her well-suited for the executive director position.
Healy Hudson says its Impacta SRM software, is particularly well-suited for the automotive industry because of its ability to automate sourcing for multi-component, highly-engineered (i.
With a slightly inebriated feel well-suited to this boisterous music, eight Philharmonic musicians, led by Esa-Pekka Salonen, romped through the score as though it were a Mozart divertimento, which it intentionally resembles.
Niewoehner of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, indicates that Neadertals from the Middle East and Europe had hands with a structure well-suited to gripping relatively broad objects, such as pieces of stone that they used to hammer flakes off smaller stones.
We believe the D2000MA/MDA with its convenient, portable size is exceptionally well-suited for smaller aircraft," said Blue Sky Network's president, Jon Gilbert.
The software is said to provide a full complement of tools that support Six Sigma quality initiatives, and is said to be particularly well-suited for companies that want to monitor processes at multiple locations in real time.
HVS International's analysis found that "The air rights above the Terminal provide a uniquely well-suited site for a new hotel-conference center development.
Examples of data well-suited for the NearStore R100 include 2D and 3D mechanical CAD drawings, integrated circuit design data, software modules and objects, CAT-scan and MRI images, historical financial information, telco billing records, and other business documents.
PowerCache says that the PC2500 is well-suited (okay, they actually said "perfect") for burst-mode applications such as the acceleration and braking of hybrid electric vehicles.
ECD, on the other hand, creates a system "that cannot be manipulated to make performance numbers appear better, is well-suited to 'what-if' analysis and is far simpler than allocation-based models.
The novel compound, a semiconductor, combines its extraordinary magnetic behavior with electronic properties well-suited for making microcircuits.