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In this study, we investigated the influence of a crosscutting pattern of crooked sugi logs on the sawing yield and the quality of sawn lumber.
A few symptoms can indicate a problematic implementation of crosscutting concerns using current methodologies.
8) Conversely, Pakistan lacked the crosscutting allegiances to hold together its Eastern and Western territories, which ultimately resulted in an independent Bangladesh.
The report recommends that K-12 science education be built around three dimensions--science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts unifying the study of science and engineering through their common application across fields, and core ideas in four disciplinary areas, including the physical sciences; life sciences; earth and space sciences; and engineering, technology, and applications of science.
In addition, the resource allocation process is structured in terms of individual service programs and outdated mission areas instead of crosscutting capabilities such as net-centricity, and it is not flexible enough to quickly accommodate requirements resulting from lessons learned or from rapidly emerging technologies.
As part of its work to improve the management and the performance of the federal government, GAO monitors progress and continuing challenges related to the five crosscutting initiatives in the President's Management Agenda (PMA).
In polished thin section, this sample shows abundant disseminated chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite with crosscutting bismuthinite-quartz-sericite-pyrite veinlets.
Applications include panel sizing, trimming and component crosscutting.
Global Green USA and Green Cross International act as a catalyst, facilitator and mediator encouraging collaborative approaches and crosscutting solutions to environmental challenges in the US and abroad.
003 inch for both ripping and crosscutting operations.
Minor crosscutting dikes and quartz veins were observed in the trenches.
Since the 1990s, many rough mills have adopted semi-automatic optimizing lumber crosscutting or strip chopping systems to improve processing efficiency and profitability.