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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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Constitution enumerate the powers of the president and the Congress.
We now present the CP model for enumerate all motifs in a sequence S, given a quorum [lambda].
The addition of this unique software, makes Protocol 3 the world's first commercial automatic microbial identification and counter of colonies cultured on CHROMagar plates and means with minimal training, microbiologists can use the system to rapidly identify and enumerate all key clinical, water and food-borne pathogens.
Because the Constitution does not enumerate a territorial-acquisition power, Congress therefore disregarded great-powers limitations in annexing Texas and Hawaii through joint resolution.
The program on King Abdul Aziz underlines the fundamental principles on which he built the Kingdom while the program on Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah enumerates his achievements.
In the section titled "When the Universe Turns Bad," the author enumerates the many ways in which life as we know it could end, such as by asteroid collisions and "death by black hole." Norton, 2007, 384 p., hardcover, $24.95.
But there are some eternal verities that seem to work with all sizes of companies, public and private, and our cover story enumerates a half-dozen of them.
Among the culprits, Straw enumerates not only ethylene glycol in antifreeze but also herbicides, pesticides, automobile emissions, smoke, and even some flea killing products that, when used improperly, even may be carcinogenic.
If your building's Cycle 5 Critical Examination enumerates SWARMP conditions that are still uncorrected, your first move, should be to have those conditions corrected.
The new section enumerates several "listed transactions" involving plans the service says are the same as of substantially similar to others it has identified as tax avoidance transactions.
Constitution (in some 4,500 words) restricts and enumerates the specific powers of the central government, the 260-page European document does the reverse.
He also enumerates a series of convincing rebuttals to many of the negative stereotypes which fueled public disenchantment toward AFDC recipients.