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Strawman

The first of the series of DoD requirements that led to Ada (Woodenman, Tinman, Ironman, Steelman). Strawman was produced by the HOLWG in Apr 1975.
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One option was for the medical treatment facility to accept the strawman as written and then expect distribution at the proposed level of fill during the next fiscal year's assignment cycle.
The ambitious vision outlined in the Model Curricula Task Force's Strawman Report (Marble et al.
Given this result and other related arguments, we conclude that use of a random walk as a strawman model in analyses such as ours is not warranted.
Figure 4 shows the results of this simple strawman analysis, which only considers the tangible items in which costs can be assigned.
NAR628) ROBERT STRAWMAN - DIGITAL RIVER INC (DRIV).
This strawman approach to "modernism" is surprising in a scholar who valorizes artistic awareness of the institutionalization of art, and one wishes he had spent either more or less time making his point.
His case against Strawman focuses on four central theses which Lewis takes to be widely accepted among contemporary philosophers of mind.
It must by now be as obvious to her as to us that he is a strawman with no feelings towards her or for anyone.
I believe you are reading way too much into my reply, and protesting too much, particularly in your last sentence, which is a strawman argument doing double duty as an ad hominem attack.
The "Don't Lie For The Other Guy" program will provide firearms dealers with comprehensive kits to educate the public and alert potential strawman purchasers of the consequences of buying a firearm for someone else.
I'll take the risk of offering up a strawman definition that we, as an industry, can beat up and better define as we go.
On the same night The Blew will be playing in The Empire Music Hall with The Ben Reel Experience, Strawman and The Susan Enan Band.