juran

juran

[′ju̇r·ən]
(meteorology)
A wind blowing from the Jura Mountains in Switzerland from the northwest toward Lake Geneva; it is a cold and snowy wind and may be very turbulent, especially in spring. Also spelled joran.
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Wang took bronze in the men's 200-meter individual medley final with a time of 1:59.87, about one second behind winner Juran Mizohata of Japan but about half a second ahead of fourth place finisher Tomoya Takeuchi.
EF studies have revealed the following practical probabilistically deterministic specifics of the prevalent mass-produced electronics EF (cited here as EF-tailored Juran's rules) [31, 32, 33]:
Mike Juran, CEO of Altia said of the hiring, "We are very happy to be able to bring Stephan on board.
Juran popularized the term "Quality by Design" in his 1992 book.
Various control charts are used for detection of variations in the process and determining amount of process standard deviation (Juran, & Gryna, 1993).
Joseph Juran through documentary film which will be presented within the activities of the forum.
Juran. He discusses QMS steps from implementation and documentation planning to continual improvement.