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adjacent

1. Maths
a. (of a pair of vertices in a graph) joined by a common edge
b. (of a pair of edges in a graph) meeting at a common vertex
2. Geometry the side lying between a specified angle and a right angle in a right-angled triangle

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Improving adjacencies is a challenging task, because space tends to be static, Bauza acknowledges.
In terms of adjacencies for a typical project, FreemanWhite places the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) immediately adjacent to the ORs, with the prep/recovery areas positioned on the other side of a public corridor, but still adjacent to the ORs.
So in essence what we are doing is going in and taking out categories that are not performing as well and expanding the ones that are, then realigning the adjacencies for a better overall customer experience.
Finally, the transition from the established state to join state occurs when the node has already one or more established adjacencies and it receives a new discovery message from a new node requesting a new adjacency.
First byte shows the number of adjacencies of the node in that moment.
Peter Thomas, president and CEO of Ferro, said, "This opportunity illustrates our commitment to invest in growth projects and expand into adjacencies that we believe will drive higher levels of cash flow and value for our shareholders.
According to the firm, these health adjacencies can include community, nutrition, fitness, healthcare, finances, retirement and lifestyle among many others.
Adjacencies are one of three key areas of innovation focus at GE, in addition to core businesses and new businesses.
CEO, Mike Anderson, said, 'This opportunity is a continuation of The Andersons' strategy of investing in logical business, operational and geographic adjacencies. We will extend the same value system of providing exceptional customer service and enjoying lasting relationships to customers in this specialty agriculture arena.'
The acquisition will expand ConAgra Foodsa[euro](tm) private label footprint, as well as ensure growth in strategic adjacencies, the buyer said in an earlier release.Country: , USASector: Food/Beverages/TobaccoTarget: National Pretzel CompanyBuyer: ConAgra Foods IncVendor: Brookstone HoldingsType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
This book builds on some familiar terms in the consultants' lexicon: The core, or fundamental businesses that a company operates in; and adjacencies, or related markets that a company could move into without great difficulty.