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(Clear), adjective clear-cut, coherent, concrete, conditional, confining, conterminable, conterminate, cramped, crystal clear, definite, determined, distinct, distinguishable, evident, exact, explicit, express, fixed, in focus, manifest, narrow, obvious, patent, perceptible, plain, precise, qualified, recognizable, specific, unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakable

defined

(Determined), adjective actual, bound, bounded, determined, finite, fixed, limited, precise, specific, stated
Associated concepts: defined crime, defined nature of an offense, defined offense, defined within a statute
See also: actual, clear, coherent, comprehensible, exact, express, manifest, narrow, perceptible, precise, qualified, stated, unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakable
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[ClickPress, Fri Dec 21 2018] A new report titled " Global Software Defined Security Market - In-Depth Analysis with Booming Trends Supporting Growth and Forecast till 2022 " has been included in the enormous research repository of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) that compiles various facets of the Software Defined Security market at a global level portraying a holistic analysis of the marketplace along with intelligence on key participants.
The total Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) market is expected to grow from $21.78 billion in 2015 to $77.18 billion by 2020, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.8% from 2015 to 2020.
According to the NIRS, annuitizing defined contribution account balances does not erase the defined benefit pension cost advantage.
The defined benefit plan is essentially a retirement plan that provides for a fixed monthly retirement benefit, which is usually based on a percentage of the client's current income.
That 35.5 percent is up from 2009, when 31.3 percent of 607 Fortune 1000 companies had frozen at least one defined benefit plan.
Retirement plans that we think of as traditional pensions are called defined benefit plans.
Consultants Watson Wyatt said if a number of well-known companies decided to close their defined benefit schemes, which include final salary pensions, to existing members it could create a "snowball effect" with other firms following suit.
Instead, they relied on the flexibility of software defined instrumentation to develop the specific data acquisition and control algorithms needed to design and monitor such a system.
Companies are paying more than twice as much into defined benefit pension schemes as they are into less generous defined contribution ones, official figures showed yesterday .
This is defined as a condition that essentially operates to eliminate gift tax by adjusting the value or amount of transferred property if the IRS acts after the transfer has occurred (as opposed to applying regardless of the Service's action).
Knowledge can be defined as the usable and accessible subject-matter content gained through education and experience (e.g., knowledge of quality control processes and financial acumen).
Among persons with recurrent TB, if the isolates from 2 TB episodes have the same genotype, the episode is defined as an endogenous relapse; otherwise, it is defined as exogenous reinfection.

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