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a wood-turning tool used for shaping the insides and bottoms of cylinders
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The third dimension of broadness is the temporal one, spanning across generations.
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He held that the practical journalism is critical to assess the depth, spirit and broadness of journalism
How did depending on one symbol reflect on the brand in terms of brand awareness and broadness in design?
"The aspect that sold me on nursing was the broadness of the scope of practice when compared with specialist areas like psychology or any of the allied health professions."
That is not a lot of time to engage in the necessary deliberations, especially given the broadness of the group's mandate.
The broadness of AI and these abilities - much to the chagrin of figures including (http://ibtimes.com/teslas-elon-musk-warns-us-governors-regulate-artificial-intelligence-its-too-late-2566400) Elon Musk - have also made it a red-hot area for development and investment among tech companies and venture firms.
The broadness of the definition, he said, had led to more acquisitions being classified as businesses than made sense, which FASB is now trying to clear up by refining and narrowing the definition.
I knew I wanted to go directly into management accounting, and I liked the broadness of the exam-technology, economics, decision analysis, and finance and accounting content.
This year, men for the first time were invited to attend, as a recognition of the broadness of the topic.
The broadness and intensity of the Requiem--with its intentionally assembled biblical words, its broad range of dynamics, style, and instrumentation; its many changes in meter, tempo, and key; its deep roots in Brahms' own experience of loss--somehow created a map for me.