growth step

growth step

[′grōth ‚step]
(crystallography)
A ledge on a crystal surface, one or more lattice spacings high, where crystal growth can take place.
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The addition of a brand-new CTO to Bidroom's senior ranks is yet another growth step for the new Board of Directors that strives to reach over 1 million active users by 2020.
This transaction is a major growth step for the company and positions it well to be a leading restaurant platform for online ordering and food delivery across underserved markets throughout the US.
Eventually, though, the next growth step requires financial investment, and management skills and experience are needed that the founders do not necessarily have.
In this case, the pair (x,y) refers to [x.sup.y] constants, and N is a growth step. Moreover, [n.sub.br] is the number of propagated branches using the substraction value of the convolution sum ([n.sub.dv]).
Whether that commercial agreement is important because it's a first tentative growth step for a new business or the final piece of a global trading platform for a multi national, there is a Birmingham commercial lawyer that can add value.
This is growth step for the store and so it has not been disappointing.
The village was an organic kind of growth step for us.
It found that in the years of the championships since 1996, England has seen average consumer spending growth step up from 0.26% to 0.41% between the second and third quarter.
So retailers, even world-class retailers, are busy cleaning up their stores, adding staff when strategy previously dictated that staffing levels be reduced, remodeling stores while slowing new-store construction, rethinking growth strategies that had them entering new markets, new countries, new global outposts simply because that was the next logical growth step.
Afterward, damage sites are likely to grow with successive new shots: the growth step [1-3].
The key to obtain homogeneous particle size is the separation of nucleation and growth steps, avoiding nucleation during NPs growth step; if performed with direct heating of the mixture, a wide size distribution of NPs can be produced [5, 6].