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advanced

[əd′vanst]
(evolution)
Denoting a later stage within a lineage that demonstrates evolutionary progression.
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Never in my life had I been so surprised, but the habit of military discipline is strong within me, and I dropped my little machine lightly to the ground and advanced on foot as I had seen the others do.
Than Kosis then advanced toward me and placing an ornament upon me, said:
FileMaker Server Advanced is an "All-in-One" server solution for sharing FileMaker databases among teams of any size.
Consequently, there is a growing recognition of the need to elevate students' hands-on experience, in advanced computing courses, above and beyond the requirements of traditional course assignments and projects (Moore 2002; Paxton, 2001).
Impatience with slower-than-expected growth, bleak prospects for near-term profit, and cuts in military spending seem to be responsible for the pullback of at least three major domestic materials suppliers from the thermoplastic advanced composites market.
The fourth technology Kelly pursued was advanced vacuum casting This casting method uses conventional, chemically bonded sand cores and molds.

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