will appreciate how he describes
the distinctive overall trend of "informalization" of the twentieth century, and yet connects it to the processes of rising self-controls that all scholars have been tracing since Norbert Elias put (early modern) manners on the map.
In The Lord of the Rings Tolkien describes
the Dunedain of Arnor, descendants of great kings, "their power departed and their people dwindled" so that they are scattered and, like the Icelanders, live in isolated settlements (Return 324).
She then briefly describes
her study, including sample selection, data collection, and analysis, and her findings.
Each section is then further divided into chapters that describe
a field or cluster of fields.
An idea would be to use the term maintenance to describe
maintenance activities and production reliability to describe
and measure the results of your operations and maintenance organization's work.
Documentation of the data elements the instance document describes
how systems engineering activities will be integrated within and coordinated across IPTs; how the IPTs will be organized; what SE tools they will employ; and their resources, staffing, management metrics, and integration mechanisms.
three specific methods that may be used to precisely measure the amount of thiosulfate ion remaining in the emulsion of processed microfilm, which is important to ensure the long-term quality of the images.
Haroutounian gathers different perspectives on musical talent and describes
it in a wide variety of settings and over a range of ages.
Embarcadero Technologies focuses on delivering easy-to-use solutions and integrations that fully meet our customers' enterprise development needs, both on the relational database side as well as on the application development side," said Nate Skinner, product manager for Describe
The scenario below will first describe
the exploration of the GD&T knowledge base; then it will describe
the exploration of interoperability standards for the inspection process.
For a writer to describe
a work of art to the reader it takes the ability to deconstruct/decode and recreate what lies before him or her.