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instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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Instantiations will demonstrate the Swing Designer integration in a pre-release version of JBuilder 2008 at booth 100 during EclipseCon.
Historicism provides the nominal anchor for a set of instantiations of a work.
It would seem that in some cases, two instantiations of the same basic good are rationally commensurable.
For existing customers, Instantiations is offering a special $100 introductory discount until the end of the year.
For the purposes of this article, meta-assessment is defined as the deliberate examination of the elements, basic conditions (necessary and sufficient), and needs of a thing (service, event, system, and so on) that transcend particular instantiations of that thing.
Thus the paper records of musical works are very limited physical instantiations, capturing only the promise of a musical work and not fully the work itself.
We want people to know that Instantiations is a stable and highly respected player in the industry and that we provide an excellent alternative to AgitarOne.
Developers resist GUI testing because it's complex, time-consuming and diffuses their focus on product development," said Dan Rubel, chief technology officer, Instantiations, Inc.
For customers eager to get started with this new capability now, CodeGear is currently offering a promotional bundle of the Instantiations Swing Designer with any new or upgrade purchase of JBuilder 2007.
com, or Mark Johnson, Vice President of Marketing, +1-503-598-4909, both of Instantiations, Inc.
Instantiations also announced the hiring of Ed Klimas as Vice President of Professional Services to head up this and other consulting services offerings.