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Adjacent

Lying near or close to; neighboring.

Adjacent means that objects or parcels of land are not widely separated, though perhaps they are not actually touching; but adjoining implies that they are united so closely that no other object comes between them.

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But with new and remodeled stores, you're seeing more of the adjacencies that we feel are right for the customer."
The transition to the stand-alone state takes place when the node is not accepted and there are no other established adjacencies.
It indicates the total local number of properly established and active adjacencies. The size of the variable is 1 byte.
Some of the fastest-moving and elusive business opportunities for companies are adjacencies, which arise near to existing core areas of focus.
But Johnson, co-founder and chairman of Innosight, a strategic consulting firm, defines white space a little differently: "The range of potential activities not defined or addressed by the company's model; that is, the opportunities outside the core and beyond its adjacencies that require a different business model to exploit." These activities may require different expertise, new resources or new strategies, he writes.
"The space has tremendous light and views, and gives Water Quality Insurance the opportunity to reorganize the workflow adjacencies of its business units," said Robert Goodman, senior managing director, FirstService Williams, who represented the tenant.
Cisco has announced Smart Connected Buildings as its latest emerging technology, a key component in delivering on its vision for Smart+Connected Communities, one of 30 key market adjacencies the company has identified.
In the literature the adjacency relation of lattice points (or pixels) is usually characterised by a neighbourhood graph and the complementarity of adjacencies is defined via the Jordan surface theorem (Jordan-Brouwer theorem), see, e.g., Lachaud and Montanvert (2000).
The change resulted in a net sales increase of 17 percent.Grocers planning to remodel or open a new store have a ready-made opportunity to re-evaluate category adjacencies or relationships.
The key differences between the three chains are in merchandising approach and adjacencies. The CVS locations present these products as part of an entire beauty area, with hair-care products covering an entire aisle and part of an adjacent aisle.
The BSCI certification exam study aid reviews how to verify EIGRP and OSPF adjacencies and routing information exchange, filter routing updates, redistribute static routes into RIP, analyze IGMP packets, and enable IPv6 routing and Cisco express forwarding.
Important factors affecting winning adjacency expansions include a strong core onto which to "bolt on" adjacency tactics; adjacency moves that suit three key criteria including relatedness to a strong core, robust profit pools and the potential for market leadership economics; a repeatable adjacency formula or template; and a malleable and replicable organizational processes to manage adjacencies.