compartmentalization


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compartmentalization

The division of a building into fire-retardant sections, each of which can be closed off from the others, thereby impeding the spread of fire beyond its place of origin.
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This incident will certainly push the limits of the compartmentalization without fully ending it.
This will allow us to determine the role of PDE4 isoforms in maintaining the cAMP compartmentalization in cells.
Recreation is a good way for a family to develop congruence together, practice the language of congruence rather than compartmentalization, and develop confidence in resisting the myth of compartmentalization.
This division of labor can degenerate into a radical compartmentalization in assembly lines that limits, in most cases, the employee's task to a mere technical routine.
Effective containment, or compartmentalization, is a logical next logical step in the fire-safety equation, CCMPA contends.
Whether the worlds of science and religion, ethnic backgrounds of two parishioners, or differing biblical interpretations behind a church controversy, we need to move from misconceived compartmentalization to attentiveness and trusting conversation.
He expressed the belief that the new Board would deliver in the best interest of the capital market adopting a coherent approach and discouraging any compartmentalization of the Board while benefiting from the extensive knowledge and expertise of individual members.
Compartmentalization helps investigators operate within a space of wellness where they can continue to work without having these materials bleed excessively into their relationships, religious faith, and sense of safety in the world.
Taking Steps Toward Bot Preparedness," a report by Peyton Engel, technical architect with CDW-G, outlines key steps for districts to take to prevent an attack: install a Windows firewall, disable auto run, break password trusts, consider network compartmentalization, provide the least amount of privilege allowable to users, filter data leaving the network use a proxy server, and monitor DNS queries.
Examples of topics discussed include the effect of exercise and nutrition on intramuscular fat metabolism and insulin sensitivity, compartmentalization of mammalian folate-mediated one-carbon metabolism, iron homeostasis and the inflammatory response, targeting inflammation-induced obesity and metabolic diseases by curcumin and other nutraceuticals, fatty acid supply to the human fetus, iron-sensing proteins that regulate hepcidin and enteric iron absorption, the role of muscle insulin resistance in the pathogenesis of atherogenic dyslipidemia and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease associated with the metabolic syndrome, evolutionary adaptations to dietary changes, and physiological insights gained from gene expression analysis in obesity and diabetes.
Possible psychological mechanisms underlying these phenomena are then discussed, with particular emphasis on the nature of compartmentalization in conversion disorder, hypnosis, dissociative amnesia and dissociative identity disorder.
The present popularity of ideology over individual compassion, of the claims of superiority by one religion or denomination over others, of the compartmentalization of the saved and the unsaved, and of the efforts to coerce public prayer in schools do not serve the self-interest of anyone--humanist or other.