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developing

[də′vel·əp·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The complete process of producing an image on sensitized material by means of chemical agents.
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Develop links with other communities with similar concerns across the North.
Unlike JCIDS, the Roadmap includes the EW self-protection vision as a long-term guidepost and develops a series of operational vignettes to describe the context of EW self-protection in the future environment.
To develop and deliver a volunteer program entitled Strengthening Our Scarborough Community: Serving Those Who Serve.
The Fifth Circuit also determined there was at least one major, independent business reason to form TE to develop and sell land--to insulate ME and its partners from unlimited liability from a multitude of sources.
Develop economic and life-cycle models for forest-based nanoscale materials and products.
My hopes are that the class assignments enable students to develop content and process knowledge.
To gain speed and strength with the same coordination, the player has to develop his fast-twitch muscles more (60-70%) than he does the slow twitch (about 30%).
4, it is imperative to develop a coordinated organizational plan from the beginning that addresses:
To be effective advocates, school counselors need to develop knowledge of their particular settings.
While the likelihood of having fibroids rises with age for all women, blacks tended to develop the tumors earlier in life than whites did, the researchers reported in the January 2003 American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
2 times as likely as never-users to develop cervical cancer, whereas the relative risks among users for 5-9 years and fewer than five years are 1.
Nasdaq: MEDX) have announced that Diatos has licensed from Medarex the exclusive European rights to develop and commercialize Super-Leu-Dox, a potential new cancer treatment.