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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 Statistics Canada report also estimates 40 per cent of Aboriginal people enumerated lived on reserve, while 60 per cent lived off reserve.
We associate this resulting partition [[pi].sup.4] which is enumerated by [D.sub.r,m](n) to [pi].
Students were then advised to continue work on their report at home by adhering to the Field-based Project Guidelines enumerated in their course syllabus.
Enumerated questions and answers are in separate sections for easy self-quizzing.
Doubtless, you know already that household cleaning products--detergents, bleaches, window and toilet bowl cleaners, as well as other specialty cleaners--can be deadly to animals, but she reminds you and shares a list of especially dangerous chemicals found in commercial cleaning products that Amy Carlton enumerated in her article, "Spring Cleaning: Using Pet-Safe Products to Clean Your Home," and recommends purchasing safer products from companies such as Earth Rite, Harmony, and Seventh Generation, or preparing your own safer cleaning products with baking soda or lemon juice (p.
In this personal memoir of pastoral life--surely one of the most interesting genres of church history--Killinger exposed the fault lines in theological education, eviscerated pastoral predecessors who were little more than power-mongering CEOs, laughed with clergy colleagues at the petulance of the laity, sympathized with clergy who were trapped in dead-end pastorates, opined that some of the best people he had known had been capable of some of the most dastardly deeds, identified the bottom line of budgets as the governing power in local churches, suggested that bungee jumping will one day be regarded by anthropologists as a symbol of our entertainment-starved culture, and enumerated the never-ending tasks of a local church pastor.
The IRS has developed its own guidelines for these firms, enumerated in IRS Fact Sheet FS-2006-18.
Stat., applies where the defendant is alleged to have committed or attempted to commit a felony enumerated in section 782.04(3).
Smith enumerated many of the aspects of creating the visual statement.
It was judicial activism that initially altered the Constitution from a document describing an island of government power in a sea of individual rights to the travesty, our Courts pretend exists today: a sea of government power surrounding a shrinking island of enumerated individual rights.
The appeals court held that although the inmate's allegations were not "neatly parsed" and included a great deal of irrelevant detail, the complaint named the defendants and contained three clearly enumerated claims and a prayer for relief.