289-327) examines one discrete unit
of the book, quires 12-14; she carefully demonstrates, in a manner reminiscent of Howard Bloch, the interplay of viewpoints and challenges to received pieties this mini-collection supports.
Since the first human ancestor scrawled the first calendar on a cave wall, we have held the passage of a discrete unit
of time in the utmost regard.
The North East, ie the eastern area between the rivers Tweed and Tees, is one discrete unit
firmly linked together ethnically, linguistically and historically.
The program uses a coarse-grained energy landscape model that treats each amino acid as a discrete unit
, which enables it to quickly enumerate all possible structures and calculate which ones are most likely.
As with index cards, each idea or concept is a discrete unit
so writers can reshuffle and reorganize their thoughts at will.
As the chronotope combines spatial and temporal elements into a discrete unit
of analysis--a given object, space, or person--so too does the heterotopia allow for time in its rendering of space ("history unfolding in its inherent spatiality").
We had to have a management tool that could manage all the computers at a specific location as a discrete unit
," says John Syvertson, Unix systems manager at HON.
The etiology of the systemic change that quality management requires, however, is beyond the capability of any discrete unit
or group of individuals in an organization.
But if that training is not handled by a discrete unit
assigned to the task, you also have some questions that will be hard to answer: How good is the training?
While all of the essays explore ways of reading a broad array of difference, each essay evolves as a discrete unit
The versatile unit can accommodate large or small parts of simple or complex shapes, in batch or continuous operation, as a discrete unit
or as part of a small manufacturing cell.
1 is defined as a specific discrete unit
of binary object code generated from a specific OpenSSL source distribution.