Mixed Application

Mixed Application

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Mixed application (applying) is when two planets are moving into an aspect with each other while one is in retrograde motion.

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Powered by the industry's only Intelligence Engine, Pivot3 automates the management of multiple, mixed application workloads, delivers industry-leading performance at scale, eliminates unplanned downtime and reduces the cost of traditional IT infrastructure by half or more.
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A mixed application for two pieces of land, one north and one south of John Street, Cardiff, will go before planners on Wednesday.
A mixed application for two pieces of land, one north and one south of John Street will go before planners on Wednesday.
By combining storage, compute, and networking on commodity hardware, Pivot3 provides software-defined platforms that let IT run multiple, mixed application workloads on a single infrastructure while guaranteeing performance to the applications that matter most.
The mixed application specific integrated circuits are the convergence of the latest technology.
In Europe, herbal preparations are classified into three categories: traditional use, well-established use and standalone/ mixed application. FDA's Botanical Drug Development Guidance describes appropriate development plans for botanical drugs to be submitted in new drug applications (NDAs) and specific recommendations for submitting investigational new drug applications (INDs).
Mixed application of FYM and urea increased total N uptake by plants and yield efficiency in term of harvest index was better for SR+UN treatment.
Appliances offer high-capacity alternatives for mixed application workloads and virtualized environments.
Where there was indecision and mixed application six weeks ago, there is now power and pace.
Now offered by Comstor in EMEA, the pre-validated solution is based on a scalable, flexible, shared infrastructure -- powering optimization for a variety of mixed application workloads and hypervisor environments.
Coda's LINK(TM) architecture sets it apart from ordinary accounting systems by providing a financial information backbone for companies with fast-changing and mixed application environments.