specifier


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Wikipedia.

specifier

One who writes or prepares specifications for building construction.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Yet this is analogous to what happens in ELT when it comes to determiners, because as far as I can discover, no published ELT materials explicitly recognize the specifier function.
At least one neural crest specifier gene, SoxEl, has an analogous function in formation of neural-crest-derived cartilage of the pharyngeal arches (McCauley and Bronner-Fraser, 2006).
In node-based and stem-based definitions, specifiers are species (or specimens or taxa?); consequently, specifiers should be more than one, because a single taxon as a reference point can specify only the taxon itself.
Sometimes the categorial specification of what the specifier specifies is narrow, as with very in English, which me might represent as in (19a):
* The hypertext must be link-consistent: that is, the component specifiers of every link specifier must resolve to extant components.
Lamp and luminaire manufacturers are from Venus and specifiers are from Mars--worlds apart and definitely in different orbits.
Moffitt for the CU specifier is currently published on the dsm5.org website; it is an elegantly written and cogent argument that makes many persuasive points about the advantages of including this specifier for conduct disorder.
The Qualicoat organisation, located in Zurich, continue to co-ordinate the method of application and the various country working groups to ensure that the Qualicoat label remains the number one choice for specifiers. A specification for Qualicoat by a UK specifier will be fully understood and implemented in various countries around the globe, irrespective of the lack of local standards.
Specifiers must realize that neither manufacturers nor door distributors are capable of supplying a noncommunicated perception.
While the intent is to create "equal ground" or "fair market competition," what the city is actually doing in far too many cases is watering down or negating the requirements that its specifier spent months deciding were important.
The finding that only 5% of BRIDGE-II-MIX participants with hypersomnia met DSM-5 criteria for a mixed-state specifier, a rate not significantly different from the 8.3% figure in those with insomnia, underscores the drawbacks of the DSM-5 criteria, according to Dr.