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the act of making suitable to an end or the condition of being made suitable to an end

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The findings also highlighted, the deviation of our professional groups' scores vis-a-vis the standard scores of 96 suggested either adaption (for low-end scores) or innovation (high-end scores).
It calls for climate change adaption and mitigation to be carried out in a "conflict sensitive" manner.
The results of data analysis of pollution levels in Delhi, before and after adaption of CNG as an automotive fuel, point to the success of a number of policies implemented in Delhi but also to a number of areas of growing concern.
TMNG Global (Nasdaq:TMNG), a leading provider of management consulting services to the communications, media and entertainment industries, and Adaption Technologies, a leading innovator of tools that simplify the delivery of IP based services, has announced the unveiling of two new software solutions
It cruised out over the water in fixed-flight/level and automatic sea-state adaption modes, flying 165 km via 25 waypoints, locking onto one land and two ship targets before finally engaging one last ship target.
The technology of lures and baits in fishing has long advanced past the worm on a string--"Fishing Soft Baits in Saltwater: A Complete Guide to Rigs, Adaption, Techniques, and More" is a complete and comprehensive guide to the newer concept of soft baits, soft plastic imitations that seem to out perform most other baits.
The Joe Wright adaption of Ian McEwan's best-selling novel Atonement will be filmed at Stokesay Court in Onibury, Shropshire, for a month.
Science And Religion is to be given high praise and very strong recommendation as a well authored study of religious adaption and progressive interpretation in the face of modern scientific inquiries, findings, and theories.
Foster and Kaili Hollister portray denizens of Oceania in the Actors' Gang's adaption of ``1984,'' playing in Culver City through April 8; Tim Robbins is directing the production.
The BBC is to produce the adaption of McCall Smith's 1994 novel The Sunday Philosophy Club, while a London-based production company is planning to work on the serialisation of 44 Scotland Street.
The Novex-Stardrill with indexable inserts is being offered with Capto adaption for stationary and rotary applications, increasing potential applications on flexible lathes and turn/mill centers.
How will the adaption of e-Manufacturing affect the ability of my contractor to perform on my program?
Seven of his contributors consider its long but unsteady development in Spain, while the other seven cover the transfer of potting to Mexico following the Spanish Conquest, and the adaption there of majolica, including influences (if not immigrants) brought by the Spaniards from across the Pacific (cp.
Wikwemikong is no stranger to theatre productions, and in our August issue we told you about an adaption of the Nanabush legend put on at the mission ruins there.
Mayor Dale Dunlap said last week that a film crew was preparing to shoot scenes for a CBS movie adaption of John Grisham's "A Painted House" there.