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specifier

One who writes or prepares specifications for building construction.
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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.
For example, knocking down the neural crest specifier genes AP2, FoxD3, or SoxlO, in Xenopus disrupts neural crest induction, whereas in zebrafish, knock-down of orthologous molecules impinges on differentiation but does not affect early induction events.
An apomorphy-based definition requires two specifiers of different types, one being a taxon (or species or specimen?
Sometimes the categorial specification of what the specifier specifies is narrow, as with very in English, which me might represent as in (19a):
For owners' expectations to be realized, synchronization must occur between owners or other specifiers, distributors, and manufacturers.
Download a free version of USP Specifier Software V1.
While this approach seems prudent, quite a few municipal specifiers that I've spoken with share the frustration of not ending up with the product(s) they wanted, even after some comprehensive research prior to issuing their RFP.
In construction, the global Qualicoat 'quality label' is the number one choice for specifiers.
Specifiers can contact Qualicoat's offices in the UK, or any of its members to seek guidance on the correct specification to use for any given application.
Already the concept for the contractors has been followed up with a co-ordinated direct mail project with similar plans for DM activity to target architects and specifiers early in the new year.
As a specifier, should higher quality finishes be required, contact a Qualicoat member and discuss the project in greater in detail - details of current members can be found on the associations website.