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(REGENerate) Refers to executing software that compiles or filters one set of data into another. See compiler.
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Reget believes fortified foods, such as vitamin-based cookies and brownies, will continue to grow as consumers recognize the benefits of the healthy ingredients in the foods.
Division Two: Rowland United 282-5 (6pts) Carter 64 M Randle 106no Offchurch / Lapworth 286-5 (20pts) De Reget 74no Nadim 96 Marillier 62' Elford 307-5 (24pts) Wright 50no R Collett 130no' Ward End Unity 182 (5pts) Haynes 6-54' Handsworth 235-6 (24pts) Civil Service 200 (6pts) Ahmed 67' Rugby 250-5 (15pts) Evans 62 Hurt 109no Sphinx 215-4 (10pts) Parsons 102no' Warwick 228-6 (11pt) Smith 61 T Briscoe 80 Ambleside 247-7 (16pts) Leighton 78 Jones 56' Four Oaks Saints 230-4 (24pts) Gibson 69 Griff & Coton 211 (5pts) James 53 R Daniels 59 R Longhorne 5-28.
Sure I enjoy this, because it is the chance for me to meet the people who actually pay me for my work, which can be very isolating and solitary, and my only reget is that I don't get the time just to walk around somewhere, look to see w hat's around the next corner, see if the reality fits the pre-conceptions.
It is also possible to reGet arbitrary objects (with their transitive closure).
The quality and efficiency of communication have been increased tremendously in one fell swoop -things a reget -ting done and people aren't tied to their PCs.
A study by Harriet Duleep of the College of William & Mary and Mark Regets, then of the National Science Foundation, examined three decades of census data and found no difference in the final earnings of foreigners sponsored by family members vs.
4, Rapid City, SD, Contact: Bob Regets, Ph: 315-406-9002, Web: 28thwingassociation.
31) The term brain circulation was introduced by Johnson and Regets in 1998, with reference to the return of Taiwanese and Korean researchers from the US.
Secondly, many skills acquired in the immigrant's home country may not be transferable to the host country (Duleep and Regets 1997).
Los investigadores integrados en redes internacionales y los migrantes altamente calificados aportan un beneficio al pais de acogida y a su pais de origen (Saxenian, 2006) debido a que la movilidad invita a cada uno a mejorar y desarrollar nuevas habilidades, a aumentar el flujo de conocimiento y colaboracion, a desarrollar vinculos entre instituciones y a construir redes (Meyer & Charum, 2001; Regets, 2007).
Certains theoriciens, tels Johnson y Regets, ont introduit dans la litterature sur les migrations le concept de [beaucoup moins que]circulation des cerveaux[beaucoup plus grand que].
Increased mobility of workers results in increased knowledge exchange and innovation (Saxenian, 2005; Regets, 2001).