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specifier

an individual in an organization who is responsible for determining the specification of a product which is to be bought. See PURCHASING.
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In the first place, most determinatives can occur in functions other than specifier. One example would be modifier, as in he wasn't that tall, we need this much, all around the house, is she any different, no worse, little better, the bigger it was, and so forth.
Subsequently, different subsets of neural crest specifier modules define neural crest cell fate through regulation of downstream effectors that control EMT (Slug, FoxD3, etc.), proliferation and population size (c-Myc, Id etc.), and migration and terminal differentiation (Sox9, Sox10), etc.
Acceptable definitions of the draft PhyloCode names include "node-based" or "stem-based" definitions, with at least two species and/or specimens (or maybe "taxa") as "specifiers" and no reference to any characters, or "apomorphy-based" definitions, with two specifiers of different types; namely, a taxon (species or specimen?) and a synapomorphy (or homologous character) (Cantino & de Queiroz, 2000).
In English this is, as we shall see, the specifier position, in this case with respect to {P}; and Anderson (1997: 224-36) suggests that the subject is a "syntactically derived specifier".
TrueFlooring was established in January 2000 to bring the floor covering specifier market a comprehensive menu of services, including an integrated catalog, project management, and auction and e-commerce functions for a variety of flooring categories.
Thinner slices of consumer behavior include repeat buyers, fence sitters, specifiers and defectors.
In the model, this is captured by an entity called a specifier, which consists of a component specification, an anchor id, and two additional fields: a direction and a presentation specification.
We all know that "candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker." Liquor is a straight "shot" to the specifier's needed information.
Later, the DSM-III used the specifier "undersocialized" to describe a subtype of conduct disorder characterized by "a lack of concern for the feelings, well-being, and wishes of others" (Washington, D.C.: American Psychi-atric Association, 1980, p.
Probe the topic of metal windows with an architect or construction specifier and they might mention code-required steel fire-rated windows in addition to aluminum.
From IDES, Inc., one of the SPE Bookstore suppliers, comes this plastics data source aid for anyone who has access to the Internet and is looking for a direct link between resin specifier or purchaser and the resin manufacturer or distributor.
However, there are projects and situations where even higher durability coatings are required by the specifier.