guide key

guide key

[′gīd ‚kē]
(engineering)
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With the clip guide key securely wedged and locked into the dovetail groove, the elongated slotted hole allows more adjustability without sacrificing holding power and allows the screw to better mate up with the stationary nut.
"At this time of digital convergence, they will help guide key initiatives and provide direction for senior management in developing others.
"Listening helps us guide key message development, prioritize resources, determine appropriate channels, and shape metrics to measure progress and success.
UNWTO Secretary General Taleb Rifai, who will arrive on Saturday, is expected to preside on discussions on the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (GCET), a comprehensive set of principles designed to guide key players in tourism development.
GCET has 10 principles designed to guide key players in tourism development to help government, travel industry and communities to maximize the sector's benefits while minimizing its negative impact on the environment, cultural heritage, and societies worldwide.
The result is a fine computer guide key to any successful cloud migration or deployment, and is a recommended approach for any working in cloud development.
Whether developing strategies to guide key public policy issues before Congress, collecting key economic information for their members or planning ways to stay one step ahead of rapidly expanding technology, the group all agreed that the U.S.
The council recently established a sustainable development unit to guide key projects and earned an internationally-recognised Gold Green Apple award for its sustainable development and construction guide, which is being used to guide the Eco-House project.
That's because costume jewelry finds its way into estate and yard sales more easily and in more abundance than other types of jewelry, making this collector's guide key to a wide range of users, from neo-pros to beginners.
Today's CTOs are business-savvy leaders who actively participate in strategic discussions, utilizing their intimate knowledge of technical systems to guide key decisions and map out enterprisewide plans.