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ADAPT

(language)
A subset of APT.

[Sammet 1969, p. 606].

adapt

To make suitable for a particular purpose or new requirements or conditions, by means of modifications or changes.
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Private as well as Government Organizations in many countries are using SharePoint Apps provided by Adapt India such as Quiz Management, Leave & Attendance Management System, Project Management System and Intranets.
Adapt IT provides information technology (IT) services and specialized solutions to some of the most successful education, mining and manufacturing, energy, telecommunications and financial services sectors organizations in 24 countries across Africa and worldwide, said Jacques De Winnaar, COO of HCM Division, Adapt IT.
Adapt Pharma previously announced that it had commenced a rolling submission of an NDA to the FDA for a nasal spray formulation of naloxone, a drug intended to treat opioid overdose.
It was reported yesterday that based on the contract, Adapt Pharma Operations has received from Lightlake a global license to develop and commercialise Lightlake's intranasal naloxone opioid overdose reversal treatment, and in turn Lightlake could receive potential development and sales milestone payments of more than USD55m and double-digit royalties.
Adapt Telephony Services is a global value-added reseller and integrator of unified business communications solutions for contact centre automation, enterprise IP telephony, and business process automation.
The company's president Michael Heil noted that the combination with Adapt Mobile would also help the group to enter the emerging, fast-growing product areas.
Corporations that are willing to drive innovation by providing flexibility within their real estate portfolio and work environments, and learn from their actions, will adapt the quickest to the evolving business culture of today and in the future.
Students expressed that communication was necessary to accept and value group member and to adapt to the challenge of the changing dynamics within the group.
When a country begins its investment in providing vocational guidance, the early practitioners often import and then adapt the models, methods, and materials that they have seen used successfully in other countries.
P&G) will add a sequel to its Max Factor Colour Adapt Liquid Make-Up with the launch of Colour Adapt Pressed Powder.
Acura is the latest automaker to adapt an all-wheel-drive system to a front-drive architecture to produce a performance sedan that can turn as well as it accelerates.
The court concluded that the unit of property being repaired was the aircraft, not the engine, and that engine maintenance expenses did not materially add to the aircraft's value, appreciably prolong its useful life or adapt it for a new or different use.