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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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The conventional plating method used to enumerate Listeria and L.
The BJP has been in a bit of a fix over their strong endorsement in Parliament of the suggestion to enumerate OBCs in the ongoing census.
Q Our lab recently purchased a cell counter that will enumerate nucleated red blood cells (nRBCs) and report a corrected white blood cell count (WBC) if the size of the nRBCs is at the threshold for triggering a cellular interference flag.
enumerate the key influenza genes responsible for human pathogenicity, their roles in past pandemics, and the potential of avian influenza virus strains to evolve into highly pathogenic and transmissible viruses for human populations.
Limited in number and written broadly, the principles enumerate the essential elements of military judgment.
Once we ascertain the value of our knowledge assets, we must enumerate the threats.
Another quibble is that the argument is at its weakest when it veers towards prescription, as, for example, in a less than convincing attempt to enumerate a list of strategies for composition.
That category, meant to count unmarried heterosexual couples, also can be used to enumerate gay and lesbian couples.