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vertical

1. Economics of or relating to associated or consecutive, though not identical, stages of industrial activity
2. Anatomy of, relating to, or situated at the top of the head (vertex)
3. a vertical plane, position, or line

Vertical

Pertaining to anything, such as a structural member, which is upright in position, perpendicular to a horizontal member, and exactly plumb.

vertical

1. Any upright member, as in a truss.
2. The direction of gravity, at right angles to the horizon.
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Input and output formats of CroTag are once again virtually identical to ones of TnT and HunPos The training procedure takes a verticalized, sentence delimited corpus and creates the language model--i.e.
"For the most part, outsourcing does not need to be 'verticalized,'" said David Tapper, program manager for IDC's IT Outsourcing and Utility Services research.
Because high-tech military operation requires rapid, almost instant, coordinated response among various services, the command structure has to be "verticalized" to bring the central command post and the front line troops closer for better communication and control.
It is worth noting that point products have been virtually wiped out in the CRM market, unless they are highly verticalized.
we can go do wonderful things to solve that problem." Craig Barrett (1999): "[During the second epoch] we became much more verticalized behind IA and related businesses.
More to the point, Ormus chooses an absolutely verticalized reality, one that excludes all temporal process:
Merchandising: In addition to the typical "walls of china," Filene's featured a slew of verticalized patterns and "stories," including a platinum presentation with a number of Lenox patterns; massed out and accessory-deep Villeroy & Boch patterns; and three Lenox fine china patterns with five-piece place settings, stacked out for the consumer to take home that day.
The three are verticalized and always present in this combination." [11] "What interests me is the entire structure, the spiritual structure and hierarchy of the universe, in which every individual person is a spiritual being and only temporarily a corporeal being, a 'person,' a timeless individuality, an eternal spirit." [12]
On the contrary, elites that require an efficient, verticalized state historically constituted themselves as adversaries of the regime or rivals of its elite.
What seems to represent a setting of progress and success in public sanitation policies in the region actually conceals precarious facilities and actions that, when verticalized, placed "top-bottom" in relation to the social structure of region, do not have the involvement of central stakeholders in any territory-based process, that is, participation of the local population.
Other verticalized units will be developed as ALE continues on its ambition to deliver solutions tailored to specific markets.