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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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Another problem is when a specifier chooses a manufacturer's luminaire type and clicks on it, some websites bring up many pages of luminaires of all different types.
In the first place, most determinatives can occur in functions other than specifier.
Subsequently, different subsets of neural crest specifier modules define neural crest cell fate through regulation of downstream effectors that control EMT (Slug, FoxD3, etc.
Without the other specifier (namely, synapomorphic character specifier), type in an apomorphy-based definition can specify only that type.
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".
Specifiers must realize that neither manufacturers nor door distributors are capable of supplying a noncommunicated perception.
The new version of the USP Specifier software contains some notable enhancements, including a Connector Design Interface for beam-to-joist type hangers, as well as the ability to identify connectors for a project in groups and subgroups.
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.
As a specifier, should higher durability finishes be required, contact a Qualicoat member and discuss the project requirements in greater detail.
The ads are tailored to the main specifiers and users of the building blocks, namely architects, builders and contractors who will be directly affected by the new regulations.
The ads, the first of which broke in December 2002, appear in the leading Building and Specifier trade magazines over an initial 4-month schedule.